The police report we were given has his name, phone number, address, and the information for the owner of the car (his mom.) It seems like the only way to ask him for his insurance is to call, send a letter, or go to his house. I wasn't sure if any of those options are ok to do.
Especially if you are injured, but in general, accident/injury lawyers will provide you a free initial consultation and I recommend that you contact a few and take us up on it. You will obtain a better understanding of the process and perhaps get a better idea on how to proceed ----and perhaps...Read more »
I see that you are in West Virginia but asking about laws in Colorado. The Colorado law supports you leasing your automobile to someone who then uses it for profit. Leasing an automobile to another person or business can be done at a profit to yourself (just be sure to tell your CPA about that...Read more »
I also requested documentation of the coverage policies. The agent said he would send what documents he thought would be pertinent, and my policy was increased. Additionally, the adjustor denied certain parts of my home's siding were damaged by hail and said these areas were due to normal... Read more »
A Colorado attorney could answer best, but your question remains open for four weeks. I'm sorry about the damage to your home. Yes, as a general matter nationwide, premiums could increase. Insurance practices are governed by state law and they can be subject to state-specific conditions under...Read more »
She is a soldier in the Army and emergencies such as these are covered by Tricare which is the health insurance provided for military members. She received a bill in the mail for her hospital visit saying that Tricare did not cover the cost because it was not coded by UC Health correctly as an... Read more »
A Colorado attorney, and possibly a military law attorney familiar with the operation of health benefits for members of the armed forces, could advise best here, but your question remains open for three weeks. The matter might require someone familiar with medical coding to look at the CPT and...Read more »
I have received a quote from a dental company for implant, abutment and crown for 4 535$. This is with the consideration that my dental insurance will cover 50% of the first and second part of all work and my out of pocket will be 2212$. I thought that this quote means this info is checked with my... Read more »
A Colorado attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for three weeks. In terms of reimbursement efforts, they could depend on whether that how the clause was worded and the dental company's agreement. One option could be to consult with a Colorado attorney who handles...Read more »
I have had an illness for months but specialist is still seeking diagnosis. Short term disability has been exhausted. Long term disability company is asking me to sign medical release for entire medical record and waive HIPAA in addition to other seemingly inappropriate questions that have nothing... Read more »
A Colorado attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks and you mention needing help quickly. One option is to start reaching out to attorneys who handle disability claims. Many attorneys in that area provide free initial consults - that's between you and the attorneys...Read more »
Over 3 years ago my car was T-boned in the front end when parked and sustained body/axle damage. Their insurance company has been fighting since the beginning about fixing all the axle damage. They sent me to a car body repair place who uses Brakes Plus to fix other issues like axles. Brakes Plus... Read more »
A Colorado attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. It sounds like you were trying to negotiate with the adversary vehicle's insurance carrier. Unfortunately, the premise that generally applies in such situations is that an opponent is not under an obligation...Read more »
I was treated in an emergency room for injuries from an accident that was the fault of the other driver. I provided my health insurance card at the time of my treatment. 3 months after treatment, the hospital made a claim against my auto insurance medpay, but after ~$2K of payment to the hospital... Read more »
Most likely the hospital will have a Lien on your settlement monies. It really depends on the specific laws of your state. Hospital lien laws are very powerful here in my state of Colorado. You would have to look at the hospital lien statute and laws governing that statute in your state.
Structural engineer who no longer is in business had a claims based policy which supposedly ends when they stop paying the policy premiums. Other contractors the insurance company will cover if they had insurance at the time of work. Is an insurer required to defend a suit after the policy... Read more »
My dad lives in Longmont. "Duplex" is probably not the correct term: it is a single building that contains two residences, each owned by a separate person. The area has an HOA. There was a hail storm a few months ago. A roofer and my dad's insurance (State Farm) adjuster... Read more »
You may be better off just having your dad's neighbor go straight to an attorney who specializes in first-party property insurance bad faith claims. That lawyer can get a better idea of the facts of the case and point them in the right direction. Often bad faith insurance litigation firms...Read more »
Dear Mechanic’s Lien Defendant: in reply to inquiring about the type of attorney, you should employ an attorney whom has experience in your local jurisdiction in construction litigation, more specifically one whom understands the nuances of filing a “Petition For Release Of Mechanic’s...Read more »
My fiance was killed. Uninsured claim paid out but went to his son, why didn't that come to me since we shared that Uninsured policy? And is it true in CO both people have to sign the rejection letter or just one?
Sharing a policy is not the same thing as listed beneficiaries. If the pay-out whet to the deceased's son, you likely were not listed as a beneficiary on the insurance.
If by rejection you mean a modification of beneficiaries, then only the deceased (when living) could modify...Read more »
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