The cafe owner said he would check with his insurance about covering the loss and he said his insurance would not cover the loss because it occurred outside, yet the cafe serves patrons outside all the time…
I bought a home in Pennsylvania recently, and there is some residual knob and tube wiring. My insurance underwriter did not do any inspection (due to covid), but is now threatening to drop coverage based on my disclosure.
I have had the home inspected multiple times, all of whom said that... Read more »
I told him no i wanted full disclosure of my claim and need to ask the judge for some of my $125,642 award i was put as permanet and stationary way to early by my PTP when still getting my right hand,fingers,thumb,wrist from pulling radial nerve out of my bicept from jobsite fall ,and my back and... Read more »
a business is allowing a doctors office to “recruit” patients on its premises. one of the managers is receiving a referral bonus (cash) for every employee that goes and has any procedure (bonus is from the dr office not from the employer). on top of that the doctors office offering new... Read more »
Our 20th anniversary Kauai trip was planned for 4/01 - 4/08. All back up documentation was given to Red Sky Travel Insurance, including the "Attending Physician Statement" but I was still denied reimbursement. Red Sky Travel Insurance company replied with "after testing positive... Read more »
There was an accident that happened over 2 years ago and I received a call saying that I have a Subrogation claim against my a claim agency called Recovery Partners. They're saying that I have to pay $6500 or they'll file a Lawsuit against me.
They called me 4 days after I reported that I was in a collision and informing them that I was at fault. They said that they will cancel my policy and will not cover the accident because I did not report my 15 yr old brother as a household member and he was in the vehicle at the time of the... Read more »
A nursing home has made changes to my mom's insurance. My mom had Medicaid through the state of CA which was Health plan of San Joaquin. As of April 2020 , HPSJ was dropped and now she only has Straight Medicaid. I only found out after receiving bills from her Doctors telling me She owed for... Read more »
Any answer to this question would require a lot more information: medical records of your mom's condition in April 2020, documents showing the Home's authority to act on your mom's behalf, documents from HPSJ showing how the change in service was accomplished, research showing...Read more »
The insurance has already called them more than once to inform them that there is an allowance but still they are overcharging me. A financial agreement was signed and the dentists stated on the agreement that those were the allowed insurance and treatment charges but it was all a lie and fraud. My... Read more »
You could file such a lawsuit, but IMO what you really have is a run of the mill breach of contract suit against the dentist. This really is not something to be excited about, and it is not going to go to the Supreme Court. You should write a calm and polite letter to the dentist with a copy of...Read more »
Health and safety code section 18510 18511 and or 18870.11 18870.12
Notices on dates January 1, 2016. October 25th 2018 and May 27th 2020 ordering you to renew your expired PTO or to be subject to the PTO suspension of civil penalties and criminal procedures penalties including dates on the... Read more »
There was one occupied and one unoccupied child seat at the time of my car accident. Progressive says they will only pay $125 to replace the occupied seat. Is this acceptable per CA carseat laws? I was under the assumption they should be responsible for fully reimbursing the cost of both seats.... Read more »
IMO the issue is not whether the seat was occupied, but whether it was damaged so as to make it dangerous to continue to use for a child's safety. You have asked several questions about this and Mr. Light told you what to do to go to small claims to obtain satisfaction, which is your best...Read more »
I was involved in a minor car collision (5-10 mph) approx. 2 months ago. Progressive found me not at fault for the accident, and Geico also said their driver was not at fault. I already had to pay a $1,000 deductible to get my car fixed, but since it is now a word vs. word situation are there... Read more »
Small Claims against the other driver is an option if you can prove s/he was at fault. You will need Progressive's consent to pursue the other driver since Progressive now owns part of the claim for property damage. You will need the receipt/estimate for repair, proof of payment of the $1k...Read more »
You have a duty to cooperate in your claim. What that entails depends on the nature of the claim and what they are asking you to release. If this is an auto claim and they want to know if you were texting and driving, it would make sense for the insurer to ask about text messages. In that case,...Read more »
Although the money was paid back I lost the benefit from Medicare that allows this procedure only once every 5 years. This was not the first time this office has billed for more than services I received. I thought that I was only approved for a cleaning only to find out I was approved for a deep... Read more »
Fraud has a 3 year statute of limitations from the date of discovery. Perhaps you should sue the dentist for fraud. You could even go to Small Claims if it is less than $10,000. You should definitely consult with a Dental Malpractice attorney in your area.
the insurance company gave me 2 opitions . take to their repair shop - get a rental , est and repair. only get rental if i take to their shop and get repaired there. 2nd opition is take my jeep to get est. - no rental and they issue me a check . that was all that was said please heplp
Are you aware that you are asking this question of California attorneys? Most lawyers admitted to practice in the state of California may not be licensed to practice in Colorado, and consequently should not offer you advice based on California law.
walmart drove up the front yard that costed around 800 to renovate the whole yard broke, broke a sprinkler, ignored when my father and I were addressing the issue and just got a sorry sorry and left as she was leaving the groceries on the driveway. A minute after she left I took a couple pictures... Read more »
Perhaps. You never know until you go to court. I suggest you send Walmart a written demand, certified mail, RRR, with your photos and the bills for the repairs or your estimates for the repairs, and give them 2 weeks to respond. After the 2 weeks is up, file in small claims. This is also...Read more »
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