You just contact the bail bondsman and tell him you want to revoke your bond assistance and they can rescind the bond and pick up the individual and put them back in jail where they will have to try and get a bond posted for them again. Good luck.
I wouldn’t have gone if they hadn’t told me they accepted my insurance. Now I have a bill for $568. If they didn’t accept my insurance, why do I have records of my ‘co-pays’ of $40 and $20 (standard for my insurance)? Not only that, but I had to seek treatment elsewhere because they... Read more »
First, get the explanation of benefits from your health insurance. Did the provider even send their bills to the health insurance at all? It sounds like they may be trying to "balance bill" you, which is illegal.
The insurance is state run so the state office under Florida s Chief Financial Officer has to approve any settlement the state was the only one offering property insurance for obtaining a mortgage in march 2010 there was no other option for insurance it became a negligence claim after they offered... Read more »
768.28 imposes restrictions on tort claims (such as negligence) against State and local government entities. A claim against your own insurance company (that is, a first party claim) for breach of its insurance policy is a contract claim, rather than a tort claim. Without doing the research, my...Read more »
Generally speaking, there are very limited reasons to sell an annuity to someone who is over 70. Based on the limited facts you have provided here, it seems like this would have bee a completely unsuitable investment for you and could be a breach of fiduciary duty as well has violation of various...Read more »
I've been with this agent for 15 years and called 3 different times through during the years for a price check on different companies. I was told by my agent that the company That I was with would be the cheapest. This was not the truth. I decided to go with another agent who pulled a quote... Read more »
If you didn't actually lose money by paying a higher premium, you are not damaged in any way (other than aggravation) and therefore have no ground to sue. If you did lose money, theoretically, you could sue for professional malpractice (negligence), but for only a $1K difference, it would be...Read more »
I presume you mean gouging, not gauging, and your question is vague about what occurred. In any event, certain categories of complaints regarding insurance providers can be made to the Florida Dept. of Financial Services - see https://www.myfloridacfo.com/Division/Consumers/needourhelp.htm.
my friend had an accident i payed for the vehicle to be towed to my residents. The Insurance company totaled the car. It has been stored at my property for several months.I now want the storage fee payments and the towing fee payment or i want the title of the vehicle.
My daughter is in the Winter Park High School Band and we are always doing fundraisers. How much do we really make on selling coupon books or wrapping paper!?! I would like to approach the band director and offer to donate half my commissions to the band for any and all parents, grandparents,... Read more »
This is not a legal question; and I am unaware of any federal or state law that would prevent you from giving away all of the commissions you earn on all the insurance sale you make to all of your customers. Responding to your specific question: The only "problem" I can see is going to...Read more »
My brother passed away he did not leave a will, he has no assets. Unfortunately he died 4 days before the contestable period ended for his life insurance policy. I am his beneficiary. The insurance company is asking for a Legal Representative form from me. How do I obtain this form? The... Read more »
Is there a way that I can sue my step mother for withholding my deceased fathers insurance. If I have proof he had Insurance and told his mother, sisters, brother and kids what he had? Is there any way possible to sue her in any way?
is that admission of guilt, they stated that when i filed out my application online (which i actually did over the phone with an agent, i answered the question falsely, but agent did ask me for much information. i am being sued due to accident my son had and i received refund. should i cash or... Read more »
The victim is suing you or the insurance company? If it is the Victim who is suing, you need to know you have no coverage at least at this moment. As far as whether cashing the check means admission, it is arguable because they reject your application for the reasons they believe it is true. You...Read more »
We moved to Florida from New York City about a year and a half ago.
We cannot get our New York insurance carrier to pay a claim since August 2017. We would like to file a law suit from where we live in Brevard County for 1,500 dollars. Does circuit court cover claims for less than this... Read more »
Moved from New York about a year and a half ago cannot get my NY insurance carrier to pay a claim in August 2017. I have been fighting with them since, I would like to end this. The claim is only $1500 but I have a very sick wife and I am in need of money in order to help her.
No, but the County Court does. $15K is the jurisdictional cap for County Court civil cases, so a claim for $1,500 must be filed there, at any County Court branch. However, sounds like you may have a venue problem. Simply because you moved to Fla. does not give you the right to file your claim in...Read more »
insurance policy that would cover his 3 month stay. The policy limits are $50K max. If i take out the policy in his name but I pay for it and for any reason he does end up in the hospital and the bill is over the $50K could the hospital go after me because I payed for the policy even if the policy... Read more »
If the manufacturer agrees to replace it, then it would seem there is no longer a loss for insurance to cover. If you choose the insurance company's payment, you have the deductible to consider. Insurance carriers will offset their payments, or choose not to issue payment, if a loss is already...Read more »
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