A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. As a general matter, you should not be held liable, unless you did something out of the ordinary to break the floor. From the sound of it, it appears to be a structural failure that would under most any circumstances...Read more »
No, you have no contract with Allstate. The insurance co. is probably not a party, just representing their insured. You probably need an attorney who might file a Motion for Summary Judgment. I hope you have adequate proof of your medical damages.
the neighbors. I have reported them to the police and I did not keep this fact from the insurance. the first claim was a fire, they covered the loss. now it's braking and entering and the siu is hassling me.
Insurance companies are governed by state law where they operate, so a Nevada attorney would know best the state-specific laws that might apply. However, your question remains open for three weeks. Carriers almost always provide notice of payment; it's in their interest to do so. If you were...Read more »
An Ohio attorney would know best about any applicable state laws here. But your question remains open for three weeks. As a general matter, there isn't anything to stop a claimant from doing that. But a fundamental issue that could confront such a claimant if the visit to the primary doctor is the...Read more »
The police have received both of our statements where both sides state that he brake checked me intentionally. The insurance knows this and told me that because he intentionally tried to cause an accident they will only pay for half of my damages.
It does seem unfair. You could consult with a Wisconsin attorney. There is no mention of injuries, and I hope you were not injured. But keep in mind that if the claim is purely property damage, an attorney might not be able to handle it on at a typical contingency fee arrangement generally applied...Read more »
It's hard to say without seeing the file, the type of insurance involved, and details about the loss and coverage. As a general matter, anything is possible - an inconsistency in witness statements, questions about the amount of damages, questions about how the damages arose, verifying credentials...Read more »
and how can a doctor get a death certificate and he did not sign for it. also, the doctor does not want to meet with me or talk to me and my mother was mentally ill so I feel she was not in her right mind.
'Sorry that your question remains open for four weeks. At this point, it might make more sense to contact someone directly, either a Texas attorney who deals with life insurance claims litigation, or a knowledgeable licensed insurance professional in Texas who underwrites life insurance policies....Read more »
Bad faith could be defined by state guidelines or best practices. So you'd really need to consult with a Virginia attorney as to characterizing the conduct. However, your question remains open for two weeks. As a general premise, bad faith usually involves conduct which is deliberate and done with...Read more »
The hospital took an authorization to do my emergency surgery. Now, The insurance did not wanna pay the cost. they state that it's a caused by pre-existing condition. When I asked what is your proof about it, they told me "We can not disclose information related to pre-existing condition".... Read more »
One option you have is to explore whether the insurance company provides for an appeal process of their decision to deny payment for the emergency surgery. Find out if the determination of the appeal would be binding. If it would be, depending on what is at stake in terms of the cost of the...Read more »
I had been continually paying my life insurance premium for more than 16 years before i called to cancel (surrender policy). I was told that the insurance company should have given me some kind of money in return after 16 more years of payment, but nothing happen!
I was in an auto accident 7/5/19 by someone who has Alliance United car insurance. They have 798 reviews on Yelp with 1 star. They totaled my 06 Acura TL that had little damage to its front end. The guy policy limit was $5000 and my car value was $7,800. I decided not to sue and told them to send... Read more »
I went through a claims experience that I didn’t appreciate because I was feeling pushed by my employer to sign off before I felt I was back to normal. She has done this on multiple occasions I have found out. Not looking to sue for money. But I wish to anonymously notify the correct agency so... Read more »
The 2014 Administrative Workers’ Compensation Act allowed employers to “opt out” of the state workers’ compensation system as long as they provided equal or better benefits. Since that time, the Oklahoma Supreme Court struck down the “opt out” provision. Employers can self-insure, but...Read more »
A year ago i was put on short term then long term and ssi. June of this year, i was told by doctors my arm and hand would never work again. So most likely i will lose my job. Can i claim on my insurance i had and insurance my company had on me, like AD&D?
If you could repost or add categories, add Social Security and Public Benefits. You are correct in selecting Personal Injury, but you would probably get more meaningful input from an attorney who handles Social Security disability matters. Good luck
There wasn't a question here, but it appears to involve an injury in the course of employment. You could repost with additional information/question - and maybe add Workers' Comp as a category if it is applicable to your matter. Good luck
i WAS HIT IN AN ACCIDENT, BECAUSE OF AN ERROR ON THE CITY COURTS SIDE, MY LICSENSE WAS SHOWING AS SUSPENDED ITWASNT SUPPOSED TO BE, AFTER THE OFFICER SAW THAT HE IMPOUNDED MY TRUCK, AND STARTED TO IGNORE ME COMPLETELY, WROTE ME TICKET, TOLD THE GUY WHO STRUCK ME IT WAS AUTOMATICALLY MY FAULT,... Read more »
Assuming you were injured, and the two years has not run, you can make a claim against the other driver. Trying to sue someone over the court mess won't get you anywhere. Congratulations, though on unscrambling it. As to the bills, depending on what they are etc you may be able to collect on those...Read more »
Long story short at work I ended up with carpal tunnel in both wrists. Got to the point where I was waking up at night in tears do to the pain. I at first tried to use my own personal doctor but my work did like the way it looked with braces on both arms and required me to go through Workman... Read more »
You should consult with an attorney who can review the facts of your case in detail and provide you with the options. We would need more information on the facts to provide you with guidance. -Homer P. Jordan IV, Esq. 404-620-1558 HomerJordan.com
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