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1 Answer | Asked in Insurance Bad Faith, Insurance Defense and Car Accidents for Georgia on
Q: What will happen if I don't sign a power of attorney, and the insurance already paid the lender what he owe?


Peter N. Munsing
Peter N. Munsing answered on Jun 30, 2016

A court would say a deal is a deal--they acted relying on your "yes" in paying your lender. They can come after you for the money if you don't want to sign it. Focus on the case against the drunk--I assume you have an attorney; discuss it with them.If you don't, contact a... Read more »

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Q: We hit a car that slammed on brakes in dront of us. All of my kids were not in a car seat. Can I sue the insurance compa
G. Robert Ryan, Jr.
G. Robert Ryan, Jr. answered on Mar 18, 2014

You may have a claim against the driver of the other car. Of course, more would have to be known about the specific facts of your situation. However, the mere fact that your children were not in a car seat (although they certainly should have been) would not prevent you from making a claim... Read more »

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