Injury that happened at a job not related to my company. At first the claim was denied and now they are settling with the person. This is ridiculous and I was wondering if I can sue state fund for settling without my consent or knowledge
The decision to settle belongs entirely to your insurer. You can file a complaint with the adjuster and he SVP of the claims dept. explaining your objection, and you can file a complaint with the insurance commissioner.
My employer filed my claim for industrial injury. The QME determined my injury was predominantly industrial on more than one occasion and that I was unable to return to work under no circumstances. This can also be supported by my treating doctors for treatment I recieve on a private basis.... Read more »
In August 2018, a health care provider delivered through FedEx, a broken piece of CPAP medical equipment, which I was unable to use for my diagnosed sleep apnea. I was unsuccessful in getting the equipment returned until February 2019. Since November 2018 when I received the first billing... Read more »
Regardless of how frustrating and expensive this travail has been for you, it has none of the required legal earmarks to support a simple lawsuit, let alone support a class action. Rather than search for a lawyer or law firm to help you bring fire and brimstone down upon the heads of all the...Read more »
Lack of insurance has nothing to do with who is at fault. If the other party is at fault, lack of insurance will only affect your ability to recover pain and suffering damages if you pursue a personal injury claim. You will only be able to recover economic damages (medical expenses, property...Read more »
This young guy hit my car CLEARLY at fault & admitted it. the insurance paper showed his policy had expired He told me that he would talk to his mother to get my car fixed. His mom is an insurance agent. the calls that were supposedly from a claim adjuster were not the # was from his moms office... Read more »
Unclear if you are injured from a collision or just want property damage repaired. The remedy for establishing who is at fault in a collision is a lawsuit. If you want your property damage repaired, file in Small Claims. Bring photos of the damage, and of the scene. Bring copies of the...Read more »
There aren't any facts in your post to evaluate whether a malpractice claim is even possible. You will need to contact a malpractice attorney to discuss this in detail. Such claims cannot be evaluated over the internet.
Drive told Insurance that I hit his car while he was parked, I have witnesses that say otherwise, only thing is I have no bike insurance for bike nor a bike license, as I've owned it for a month, does this hurt me or what would happen?
Are Insurance contract, that state "all provisions of this contract amend to conform with statues of the state", and used an exclusions of "actual or beneficial ownership" to deny coverage, changed under cal statuary laws that define the transfer of the actual or beneficial owner as outlined under... Read more »
No one can answer without reading the policy, knowing the facts underlying the claim, and reading the declination letter from the insurer. However, "actual ownership" under the meaning of the policy is probably the meaning set forth in Vehicle Code 5600(a).
I filed a claim which was accepted. The MRSA continued, and I was treated for numerous infections until 3/2014, when I was hospitalized with MRSA SEPSIS. Hospitalized for 3 1/2 weeks in ICU, recovering from 3 emergency surgeries to save my infected arm. I reported my condition to my employer,... Read more »
I filed for default judgement the judgement was denied but the default was entered now on the minutes it says demurrer motion to strike is that from the defendents since it's on there twice what do I do still turn the new judgement or now fight the demurrer motion to strike how could they still... Read more »
I am the plaintiff in a suit against my former homeowners insurance for breach of contract and breach of implied covenant of good faith. Defense has served two sets same question, first set INCIDENT is " fire" and second set defines the suit above.
Shouldn't you be asking this question of your attorney? He or she should be assisting you in responding to the form interrogatories. These two form interrogatories ask for insurance or self insurance for liability, such as cases for car accidents. Specifically, the interrogatory seeks to know if...Read more »
The question is a bit fragmented. My reorganization of the facts may be wrong, but I will try.
Husband ("H") and Wife ("W") got a divorce in Hawaii. H moved to California. H changed the beneficiaries on his life insurance policy. Then H died. W survived and believes she has a right to...Read more »
i did a deposition on a stolen vehicle 55 days ago plus i had a attorney but the only thing that he does is set in on deposition's and i still have not heard anything and when i call all they will tell me is that they are waiting on there legal team to figure out what they are going to do and this... Read more »
Linda was a patient at Kaiser in Sacramento from Sept 24, 2017 till the beginning of June 2018. The beginning of June, Kaiser discharged Linda without my consent and without my knowledge to a care facility in Oakland, CA. Kaiser did not contact me about her discharge nor ask me where I wanted her... Read more »
I do not practice in California, but your question remains open for four weeks. The underlying principle of insurance, in general, is to reimburse people for losses they sustain. Depending on the nature of the case and payment, carriers can offset their payment to reflect funds already received....Read more »
I was suicidal ive been untreated postpartum for 2 years my brother commited suicide my mom died, ive been trying to get help but have failed up until now i have a good therpist prescribing my meds ive been off for 10 years. i needed help i was instigated and pushed away and i know its not right... Read more »
Your question indicates that you are in Florida, but you asked your question in the California section. In California, if you are feeling suicidal, there are many options, including hotlines, personal physicians, the police and County Hospitals. If you are a danger to yourself, you can be...Read more »
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