Example, business owner catches property on fire while charging a performance golf cart. Several vehicles he allowed to be stored on his property were significantly damaged.
answered on Mar 15, 2023
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. Until you're able to consult with a local attorney, most places don't legislate being free of negligence, etc. Statutes tend to be more specific toward certain safety practices. Good luck
An Insurance company is refusing to reimburse me for a rental car that I used why my vehicle was being repaired after being involved in an accident that was caused by there insured driver. They have only reimbursed me about a third of what the total cost is and refuse to tell me why they wont... Read more »
answered on Feb 27, 2023
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. An accident or civil litigation attorney should be able to handle something like this. As for the carrier's position on low reimbursement, additional information is needed. If they don't agree with you on the... Read more »
Alternatively, are they supposed to tell me that I need it?
answered on Feb 18, 2022
More information is needed to properly respond to this question, however they certainly should let you know whether or not you need to have your own separate insurance as a condition of their utilizing your services. Good luck.
The ins.co has said payments had lapsed but was reinstated and paid up at time of death. But also are claiming that they were given false information about the facts of deceased health. The policy was over 7yrs old and the person who was handling finance issues was not beneficiary.
answered on Jan 14, 2022
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. The short answer is yes, they can deny a claim. And there can sometimes be worthwhile grounds on which to challenge a denial. Not to evade a simple answer here, but a Georgia attorney who handles litigation of life... Read more »
Section d.. I need more clarity about the unnamed party..
It’s almost 60 days no response and liability was already accepted 100%.
answered on Dec 5, 2021
Section (d) discussing the "unnamed party" pertains to the insurance company for the person who caused the damages to your property.
In other words, since the insurance company failed to make a good faith effort to settle with you, your next step is to file a law suit against... Read more »
I filed a claim online against an insurance company, and provided evidence with my claim. The claim was accepted and now I’m seeking a process server to serve the register agent of this business.
My question is when I have the person served do I have to also provide them with the... Read more »
answered on Aug 27, 2021
Why don't you have a lawyer representing you? Is this a case of supposed no insurance by the at fault driver?
Ok. Apparently the question wasn't clear to some people. It isn't a question of is it auto insurance. If is a question of is that contract legally considered insurance against mechanical failures(I have heard the term "policy" used and they have "adjusters")? Also... Read more »
answered on Aug 19, 2021
CarShield offers protection plans and warranties to their members and is not insurance. Their coverage extends to only to automobile repairs. Although having CarShield may be a good thing, it does not provide coverage for injuries damage caused by accidents. Therefore you should have insurance.... Read more »
Can a lawyer ask for your insurance coverages without specific reason given? He has a client that was injured on a job site. The lawyer sent this out to over 24 companies. Nobody has heard of this person. There weren’t any injury reports for any trades on that job.
answered on Aug 15, 2021
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. From your description, it's possible the lawyer did an intake interview with an injury claimant but was unable to ascertain details as to property owner or applicable insurance. If they're doing this to... Read more »
I took this to small claims court to prove that I was not at fault and won my case. This accident happened in 2019 and I was diagnosed with cancer a month afterwards.
I had to request several contingencies due to radiation, chemotherapy, physical therapy and recovery time. During this time... Read more »
answered on Aug 11, 2021
They're going to try and scare you into accepting a lower amount of money by threatening to appeal.
You need an Attorney who will represent you in the appeal. Otherwise they will appeal the case a demand a jury trial.
I wasn’t driving my vehicle when it was in an accident, however the police report listed the driver of the other vehicle at fault. I put the property damage claim in with her insurance and in two days it was denied without any kind of investigation, I wrote a demand letter it was rejected. My... Read more »
answered on Jun 11, 2021
You file your bad faith claim in the court where you live or the court where the insurance company maintains an office.
You can file a complaint with the insurance commissioner.
If the sheriffs cant find the liable person you can in most states arrange for service by publication.... Read more »
How can I collect my small claims settlement properly? This was a from a car accident in 2019 was put on continuance due to my being ill and then the courts were closed due to COVID19.
I won my case in court (finally) and have not heard from the defendant's insurance company or lawyer... Read more »
answered on May 28, 2021
Congratulations on your success in Magistrate Court. Winning is one thing. Collecting is another. Unfortunately, you have found this to be the situation in your case. Worse, there is no way at all any of us can provide any assistance to you. We always have to adapt our actions to the needs of... Read more »
He lives in Ky, I live in GA. He says he has to use my income to get our kids Medicaid and put it in my name, but he would pay premium. Is this considered him providing insurance for kids?
Note: he’s failed to abide by the court order in all terms.
Should I just file contempt... Read more »
answered on May 27, 2021
If he’s not following court orders then you should file for contempt. Consult with an attorney who can help you address these issues legally.
Hello I put in a claim with at fault insurance for damages to my car, they deny me in 2 days. Almost 2 months later they change it to 60%, I reject it because their client was fully at fault. A year later the person that was driving my car wins his personal injury claim for $25k, six months after I... Read more »
I deposited the check on September 29 and they reversed the check January 7th. There is a whole lot more pertaining to this event, but I am wondering if they can do that after 90 days
answered on Feb 17, 2021
It is very unusual for a check payment to be reversed after such a long period of time. We would need additional information to determine why this may have occurred.
My sons had a water pipe break on the second floor of their home, causing major interior damage. A restoration company had done the demo work, finishing just before Christmas. Due to lack of response from the insurance co., nothing else has been done since (today is Feb. 17th). What can be done... Read more »
answered on Feb 17, 2021
Our office handles insurance claims throughout Georgia and Florida. Two months is more than enough time for the insurance company to have made their initial determination of coverage. We are happy to speak further with you on your rights to pursue payment for this claim.
Ellaretha... Read more »
My father passed away and his wife refuses to let me see his will and insurance policy. My father left me something and I would like to know what it is.
answered on Jan 4, 2021
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but you await a response for four weeks. I'm very sorry for the loss of your father. At this point, you could repost your question and add the categories Probate and Estate Planning. Not all questions are picked up, but you might have better chances of a... Read more »
So my father had surgery in March to reverse is ileostomy, and the insurance company says that the provider listed on the claim was incorrect. They want the hospital billing office to contact them directly. However, the billing office simply says "we don't do that". So we are stuck... Read more »
answered on Oct 23, 2020
A Georgia attorney could answer best, but your post remains open for three weeks. Until you are able to consult with a local attorney, one of the things you could look into is the correct information for the provider. Although any large hospital has its inhouse billing/collection operations, there... Read more »
I have a question about trespassing & assault. I cox tech came onto my property parking his van, blocking my driveway. When I asked him to move, he got Aggressive and HOSTILE saying no! He was asked to move it more than 3 times.
He was "TOLD" he is now Trespassing, to get off... Read more »
answered on Aug 20, 2020
It is best to start by filing a police report against the individual who assaulted you on your property. Secondly, it is best to contact an attorney who can assess the specifics of your circumstances and provide you with a more tailored response.
We wish you well.
-The Upshaw Law... Read more »
answered on Aug 13, 2020
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answered on May 17, 2020
It's difficult to say, based on these facts alone. It could depend on the provisions of the health care plan, whether you were working under a contract that addressed such benefits, whether Georgia law provides for options for employees to continue their health care coverage, and other... Read more »
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