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.
Timur Akpinar's answer The facts mention a repair estimate and cash value but don’t go into the actual figure received. An attorney in your state reviewing the file could ask for additional information.
William John Light's answer You should have filed a Notice of Transfer and Release of Liability with DMV when you traded in the vehicle. https://www.dmv.ca.gov/portal/dmv/detail/online/nrl/welcome
However, the question is not what you need to prove that you don't own the car, but what the insurer/plaintiff needs to do to prove that you do own it. I would question it in writing how it intends to prove your ownership of a vehicle that you sold in 2012. The plaintiff has the burden of proof, not you. I would give...
Charles Candiano's answer If Geico says you were not at fault and you go through your policy, your car will be replaced, immediately, less your deductible which Geico must return to you on your facts. What's the problem?
Yosef Kuperman's answer File a complaint with the Maryland Insurance Administration. If you go through their online complaint process, you get more information. (They probably won't actually do anything. But they'll get you straight answers.)
Mark Oakley's answer The language has to be in the policy. Demand that your insurance agent provide you with the exact provision that precludes your claim. In my experience, however, insured owners generally cannot recover for their own negligence under their policy, with collision coverage being the only insurance coverage offered to address that type of claim.
Peter Munsing's answer rental isn't something they have to reopen. You can ask your agent but otherwise you will need to get yourself either a rental or pay a friend to use their car and see if there's a way you can insure it or get a hail damage special.
T. J. Jesky's answer Before you appeal to the local zoning board, check with your Condo Associations. Many condo associations do not allow for short rentals. Many require at least 12 months, if you wish to rent the Condo. It might be more difficult to work with Condo Association rather the local authorities.
John Kenneth Joyner's answer You may be better off just having your dad's neighbor go straight to an attorney who specializes in first-party property insurance bad faith claims. That lawyer can get a better idea of the facts of the case and point them in the right direction. Often bad faith insurance litigation firms will work on contingency and give you a free consultation, meaning no money changes hands unless they win your case.
Timur Akpinar's answer Third-party bad faith consists of actions on the part of someone else’s insurance carrier. It is distinguished from first-party bad faith, where the conduct involves someone’s own insurance carrier.
Peter Munsing's answer Possibly though a lot will depend on the duty owed by a contracting engineer especially if their scope was just structural, not enviornmental. Contact a member of the Fla Justice Association--they give free consults. Look for one that handles mold cases.
Peter Munsing's answer You should have contacted a member of the Florida Justice Association. They give free consults.
I can't give you legal advice on Florida pleadings but one way would be to go to your county court law library, ask them to help you look up a recent case involving uninsured motorist law, ask them if they have "Westlaw" which often has the pleadings in a case available, and can they pull the complaint. That should at least serve as a template.
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