Timur Akpinar's answer 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 covered by another source. If you have reservations about the terms of the release, you could consult with a Florida attorney.
H. Scott Aalsberg Esq.'s answer For a First Offense No Insurance charge, you face the loss of your license for one year, community service to be determined by the court and a fine between $300.00 and $1,000.00.
For a Second or Subsequent Offense you face a fine of up to $5,000.00 and imprisonment (jail) for 14 days and 30 days
community service plus 2 year loss of your drivers license
The period of license suspension may be reduced or eliminated if the person provides the court with satisfactory...
H. Scott Aalsberg Esq.'s answer For a First Offense you face the loss of your license for one year, community service to be determined by the court and a fine between $300.00 and $1,000.00. I suggest setting up one of the free in office consultations that most of us lawyers offer and then hire one.
Peter Munsing's answer Unless her son stole it he would be authorized. Its baloney. Suggest you provide estimates for repair, file a complaint with the insurance commissioner. Depending on the nature of the denial you may have claims under
Mark Oakley's answer You need to look at the provisions of the disability insurance policy or plan under which benefits are being paid in order to ascertain what rights they and you have, and what medical standards apply to your situation. You may want to have your own doctors draft a report based on your current condition which supports continued benefits under the standard for disability. There are lawyers who handle insurance claims, and you can also contact the Maryland Insurance Commissioner to file a...
Ali Shahrestani, Esq.'s answer If you insurer is reviewing the matter, they should let you know when they're going to make a decision re: your claim. They have 40 days to accept or deny your claim from the time
Rahlita D. Thornton's answer We assist injured victims in accident cases. Depending on your injuries it is possible that both companies could be liable to pay for your damages. 888-3434LAW or 888-343-4529.
Rahlita D. Thornton's answer You can still submit your damages to his or her insurance company for direct payment. There may be supplemental repairs to your vehicle so it is best to let the insurance company deal with it. Sometimes, these repairs are really costly and some damages are not seen until they begin repairing it. Good luck.
Alexander Palutis' answer Your employer is required to report your work injuries to their insurance company and the State. There are several reporting requirements for both the employer and the injured worker. Therefore, I recommend that you contact a Board Certified Workers’ Compensation Attorney to discuss your circumstances in greater detail. Most attorneys will provide a free consultation. If you have suffered a work injury and your employer is being less than cooperative , then it is certainly time for you to...
Peter Munsing's answer This is why you need to contact a lawyer after a crash. This sounds like the usual insurance baloney where they try to say you are 10,20.30% at fault based on---well, it's an "accident" so it's no-one's fault (until they are trying to soak you for contribution).
1. I assume you've had your damages evaluated by someone you want to fix the vehicle. If not do so--most dealers will do it for free.
2. Contact a member of the Tenn. Assn for Justice who handles crashes--they give free...
Mitchell Feldman's answer The first thing I will say is of course you need counsel and her attorney and why if you are seriously injured he did not obtain representation is contrary to your best interest. Do not try to play lawyer with the insurance company or insurance companies and the other parties. If you were seriously injured in this accident as you describe then obtain a lawyer. I wouldn’t be worrying about bad faith first in for most and I’m not sure exactly what is going on from the facts you provided but...
William P. Lalor's answer Bad faith law is governed by state law. Depending on your jurisdiction there may be avenues to pursue through the state or ultimately through litigation. Many insurance lawyers will speak with you at no cost to give you some idea of your options and avenues to pursue.
Rahlita D. Thornton's answer If you believe that your vehicle is worth more then we would negotiate for the higher amount. We would do our own evaluation with your input. First, make sure that you have exhausted all options. We represent those who are injured and have for many years so if you have any more questions please give us a call at 888-343-4529 #1
Timur Akpinar's answer Based on your facts, it appears that the other driver was at fault. You could consult with an attorney in Puerto Rico to discuss what your next step would be in light of the other side’s refusal to acknowledge the police report and testimony from two witnesses. Try to find out if there were any surveillance cameras in the vicinity that may have captured footage of the accident.
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