A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. I'm sorry for your loss. You could additionally add Probate and Estate Planning to your categories. There's no guarantee that all questions are picked up, but it would have better chances of being seen in...Read more »
It's difficult to say, based on these facts alone. It could depend on the provisions of the health care plan, whether you were working under a contract that addressed such benefits, whether Georgia law provides for options for employees to continue their health care coverage, and other...Read more »
Your post remains open for two weeks. At this point, you could contact Georgia employment law attorneys you find on this site, or through your own independent searches, and discuss the matter in confidence with them. Based on these brief facts, it's anyone's guess why the form has been...Read more »
I was driving my spouse’s company car and was involved in an accident 22 months ago. I had permission to drive the car and was told by a company representative that as a spouse I was covered by the automotive insurance policy because my spouse also uses the vehicle for personal use. Yesterday I... Read more »
It is best to consult an attorney versus going through the insurance company. An attorney will work to protect your interests, and the insurance company’s primary objective is to protect their own interests.
I received service at a ER in Florida 2017. I gave the hospital my insurance information, they billed my insurance and received payment. However, the ER doctor seems to work independent from the hospital and never billed my insurance. They claimed they sent Bills to me which I never received... Read more »
It is not uncommon for ambulatory services to be billed separately from the hospital’s bill. It may be best to contact an attorney who specializes in collection services. You may be able to contact your insurance carrier for other options.
In 2013 I was involved in a car wreck and was a passenger, the ambulance bill was billed to me and then I faxed to the drivers insurance agency so they could pay for it since it was their fought. Now currently in 2019 the ambulance bill is still in my name unpaid and sitting in collection. The bill... Read more »
I received the notice after the date of cancellation and was unable to reapply or file a written request for a review before policy was cancelled. The policy was canceled due to driving record and or claim history dating back to two accidents in 2016. Please tell me how I should go about this as I... Read more »
Save the envelopes! Many companies date the letters, but save the mail until they have enough for a cheap rate bulk mail. So it could have gone out days after the date on the letter. They are supposed to give you advance notice.
I took pictures and got there information myself. So the police werent called. When I filed the claim they couldn't find an active policy. My insurance is asking for the police report saying it may be required. But if they presented insurance at the time of the accident I wouldn't have... Read more »
You are required to file a report within 30-60 days under most policies. If it's not over that file one. Second, ask DMV to have the guy's license & tags suspended. If he has a policy that should do it. Last but not least contact a member of the Md. Assn for Justice-they give free consults.
I was told the mention of insurance declared a mis-trail. I believe the jury awarding me 1345.00 out of 12k played a part in the decision. I did not understand why a mistrial was not declared. The defense attorney was representing Progressive Insurance and it was never discussed and I this created... Read more »
Your attorney should be discussing the appeal issues with you. If there was a healthcare lien then that would have been something the jury should consider. Juries may consider that if you didn't pay the total amount of the bills that someone else did so that's not a mistrial. I disagree...Read more »
Driving without insurance is a misdemeanor. The minimum fine is $200. The maximum penalty is 12 months in jail and a $1,000 fine. Your driver's license could also be suspended. I suggest you hire an attorney to assist you with this matter.
My wife's brother left his vehicle at a person's house so that a flat tire could be repaired, but found out that it had been taken by a family member under the influence of drugs and who did not inform the owner of the vehicle thus did not have consent. She then drove it ending with her... Read more »
I believe you are asking if someone who took another's vehicle without consent and was involved in a serious accident, would the owner of the vehicle be liable? If that is your question, then yes, the owner could certainly be held liable under certain circumstances. There is no "yes"...Read more »
the house was quit claim deeded to me and we were divorced when he did this without notifying me, is he guilty of any type of theft as I now have to resign for my insurance and take the hit for the $477 refund he was given. both of our names were still on the mortgage which is why they were both... Read more »
I don't think that this would be considered the theft. Most likely, if you were granted the home, you were also ordered to pay all the costs, thereof, which would have included the insurance. If your divorce did not address who would get a refund once the insurance was transferred into his...Read more »
in a subdivision. I was slowing down turning left as the other car proceeds to try and pass me on my left. The report claimed that my blinker wasn't on but it never claimed my parking brakes were on as the car was very close behind me. I... Read more »
It's an argument. "I think the apple is worth 80 cents. I'll give you 60 cents." Now if you were hurt contact a member of the Georgia Trial Lawyers Assn--they give free conults. Basically, if you have collision run it through your company let them hassle with the other driver....Read more »
I got into a car accident in someone else's car. I was potentially going to purchase the car from the owner but while test driving it I rear ended a car, which in turn rear ended another. I don't have a car, so I do t have car insurance. I do however have a license. The officer on the... Read more »
You broke it you fix it. Why wouldn't you be obligated? He gave it to you to drive, not to run into the back of someone. You want his insurance involved. His rates will go up.Either you pay to fix it plus car rental for him, or your pay for the car.
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