I sold my car years ago and use rental cars for work so I don’t have my own personal insurance besides on my credit card. I had always thought that rental car companies legally had to have state minimum coverage on their vehicles. How do I fight this?
I presented my insurance card to the States Attorney office's and that is when i found out my insurance has lapsed. Now he is the one introuble. I have since then insured my vehicle thru a different company. What are we looking at
On your facts, you are not liable. Rather, the car that struck you is liable for the property damage to your vehicle, any injuries that you or your passengers sustained, any property damage to the car that you were forced into and any personal injury that the driver or any of the passengers of the...Read more »
Well, its your lucky day. The amount of check from the insurance was based upon an estimate of damage provided to them by their adjuster or an outside body shop. The fact that the body shop charged you less in the end should not change the amount of the check from the insurance. If the check is...Read more »
Your father had a contract with the life insurance company that requires them to pay the benefits of the policy to the person he named as the beneficiary. They won't make an independent determination of the wisdom of your father's choice. Furthermore, if they gave the proceeds to you,...Read more »
Had shoulder surgery and still having problems from it and I have a long painful scar and nerve damage now can the hospital be liable for my problems after surgery,loss of grip nerve pains from my shoulder to my hand
Much depends when, where, and most importantly whether your nerve damage was caused by a deviation from the standard of care during this surgery. It's impossible to know the answer to the last point without a thorough review of your hospital records, your operative report, and post-operative care.
My wife was given a speeding ticket and at the same time cited for not having insurance. This was the only offense of driving without insurance, and she didn't get into an accident. Everything I've read said that this is not punishable by jail time, but when she was pulled over the... Read more »
Driving without insurance will result in a fine and suspension of the drivers license. If the vehicle was insured but the insurance card was not in the vehicle or able to be accessed through an App, then being proof of insurance to Court and the ticket should be dismissed.
If your neighbor was responsible for the fire you describe and it ultimately caused damage to your property then the neighbor would be responsible for paying the cost of the damage to your shed. If the neighbor did not actually start the fire, but was aware that there was a fire, then they would...Read more »
Generally speaking, TOD means "Transfer on Death," and STA means "Securities Transfer Association." Your question remains open for four weeks; for a meaningful explanation of these terms, you should consider consulting with an attorney knowledgeable in probate/estate law, more...Read more »
I escrow my homeowners insurance and my mortgage company didn’t pay my homeowners insurance and now I have a leak in my kitchen. I tried resolving the issue with my mortgage company but they are not being responsive. What can I do? They still have not paid my homeowners insurance and have not... Read more »
My home was burgularized while i am out of state and my insurer refuses to give me shelter or access to the. Reports to get a contractor to look at the damages. I am asked to complete and sign a pre printed inaccurate sworn affidavit ,send utility bills& travel itenerary. I am still out of town... Read more »
It looks like something in the investigation of your claim triggered suspicion on the part of your insurance carrier. It would be difficult for an attorney to make a meaningful assessment without investigating the loss and the carrier's handling of the claim in detail. It could be worthwhile...Read more »
Life insurance threw job, got fired, claim denied. Talked to old employer about it they said they filed appeal. Talked to insurance , they say old employer didn't file. I got letter from old employer stating that I was denied life insurance due to my husband being on hospice and a check that I... Read more »
I'm sorry for the loss of your husband and this difficult ordeal. There is no simple answer here. As a starting point, you can gather records of all correspondence, including matters concerning the insurance denial, employer's appeal, original application, and everything else you have and...Read more »
It isn’t uncommon for carriers in such cases to defend their position rather than to concede and pay the damages you seek. Consult with an Illinois personal injury attorney who could examine the facts of your accident, your injuries, and the no-pay position, and advise you of your options, which...Read more »
I was rear-ended and the other person's insurance accepted full liability. However, the amount they will only pay for body shops in their network or send a check for the cost of their estimate, which is about $400 less than what my body shop estimates for the repairs. Their estimate is based... Read more »
Based on your own discussion, it sounds if you do have choice. They will send you a check that does not cover the entire cost based on your choice of body shop. Let me recommend that you use one of the shops in their network, so you will have nothing out-of-pocket. I believe you know that this...Read more »
I have messages and witnesses that will say she was going to give me almost 4,400 and now has stopped talking to me and has not sent any money to me. I live in chicago il she lives in evansville in. Is there any way to recover the money she promised me
Pioneer Adjusting Firm (didn't no there contractors too) did a claim on damages to my house (expected inside from old leaky roof). I told the guy who came out here and got me signed up for the adjustment, that I was only looking to collect the money for the damages done to the house,... Read more »
Based on the facts provided, it seems that you contracted with Pioneer Adjusting Firm to perform what is called public adjusting services. There are strict rules and regulations that govern the manner in which public adjusters can do business in Illinois, and it sounds as though there may have...Read more »
It depends on whether or not you are referring to your insurance company, or another driver's insurance company. If you are referring to the latter, there is no standard time to get back to you, as they owe you very little duty. In addition, either insurance company is likely going to take...Read more »
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