This was Kaiser MidAtlantic, South Baltimore location’s Head surgeon and a contracted neurosurgeon who refused minimally invasive procedures and newer 93% success rate procedures with shorter recovery periods. They prefer the 50 year old procedure that has 70% success rate initially, but within... Read more »
A Maryland attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. I'm sorry for your ordeal. It's going to be difficult for any attorney to offer meaningful guidance on something of this complexity without seeing the file and the terms of the insurance coverage. If...Read more »
He had to get his life insurance papework notarized due to state of Michigan retirement/pension rules, which he did, and then sent it in to be filed. In 2021, he remarried and went through the state of Michigan online system and put his new wife down as the beneficiary. He did not go through a... Read more »
I am sorry to hear of the recent loss of your father.
The post states that the policy holder "went through the online system and put his new wife down as the beneficiary." That is almost certainly the answer to the question "who the true beneficiary is of his life...Read more »
Her insurance company is refusing any responsibility of coverage because husband is an “Excluded Driver”. The issue is that he is an excluded driver because of a medical problem. Seizures. He’s been excluded for approximately ten years. He has what his Dr. Describes as “Walk about”,... Read more »
Was he charged with traffic violations? Does he want representation for that? Most traffic violations are written as strict liability which do not depend on intent of the driver, so they may be difficult to defend based on medical conditions. However, a judge may grant a "probation before...Read more »
My truck was damaged by a collision with a deer. StateFarm paid to repair the truck. StateFarm only paid 1/4 of the cost of reapplying a dealer-installed paint sealant. The "StateFarm recommended" repair facility will not apply the paint sealant to any car partially. Applying the paint... Read more »
If State Farm is your own insurance company, you can sue them for breach of contract. If State Farm is the insurance company for the other driver who was negligent, you can sue the other driver for the money. Note that if you were injured, you must bring all claims in a single cause of action and...Read more »
Why would a insurance company breach a settlement agreement?? I settled a property damage claim with an insurance company. Property damage 60k Personal property also 60k. Under the settlement agreement they had to do work on my condo to make the condo watertight, hiring an engineer for... Read more »
If you do not have an attorney, then I certainly recommend that you hire one at this time to assist your in either enforcing the settlement agreement and/or reaching an alternate resolution-----a lot of times the insurance company will not proceed accordingly without an attorney on the other side.
the insurance company is trying to subrogate against me for almost 20k and are not willing to work out payment plans under $900+ per month, which i’m unable to afford. Also, the other driver was my neighbor at the time and he only had his bumper and tailgate replaced as a result of the accident,... Read more »
Bankruptcy. Talk to a bankruptcy attorney. You may qualify for a full discharge under Chapter 7 or a 3-5 year payment plan for a portion of the debt with small payments under a Chapter 13, and then discharge the balance. If the insurance company hasn't obtained a court judgment against you...Read more »
Auto finance company has consistently failed to provide all necessary documents needed by the GAP insurance company to settle a claim and pay off the balance on the car note. I am being billed for payments for a car that was declared totaled in an accident by my insurance company. This has gone on... Read more »
You should speak with an attorney. The auto finance company may be having some internal issues that you do not know about. Additionally, because you're paying on a vehicle that is totaled, the finance company is causing you to incur economic damages which you may be able to recover.
My benefits and payroll are administered by a 3rd party (Gusto). Their ‘employee dashboard’, or portal, or whatever verbiage they use for their online thing, shows me as covered. However, when I attempted to add my wife to my coverage, I learned that I was no longer insured.
Have you raised the issue with your employer or with Gusto to see if the discontinuation of your health insurance was an error? If you cannot get the issue corrected, you may have a claim under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) and should contact an attorney in your area to...Read more »
You could pose your question to a Maryland attorney who works with estate matters. You'll find them on this site under the Probate and Estate Planning sections, or you could search for someone independently. However, your post remains open for three weeks. As a general premise, someone can...Read more »
My car was rear ended and was a total loss. I was taken to emergency room and diagnosed with acute head injury and cervical strain. Driver at fault was underinsured with $10,000 liability limit. Her insurance company is low balling the settlement for pain and suffering, loss wages and end of the... Read more »
You cannot sue the other driver’s insurance company for anything. You can only sue the driver. The driver’s contract with his/her insurance carrier has nothing to do with you. Their insurance company’s only obligation is to pay any judgment you obtain against their insured driver. The only...Read more »
I have pulmonary sarcoidosis, degenrative disc disease, osteo & rhuematoid arthritis. I stay in chronic pain also due to having granulomas brought on from the sarcoidosis! chronic kidney disease, diabetes, asthma , PVC and other health issues/ they are making me see one of their doctors to... Read more »
You need to look at the provisions of the disability insurance policy or plan under which benefits are being paid in order to ascertain what rights they and you have, and what medical standards apply to your situation. You may want to have your own doctors draft a report based on your current...Read more »
Because the students transferred, the insurance my mom had "covered" the expenses of the students tuition and fees. This insurance company is claiming she, the co-owner, and LLC lawyer signed the Indemnity Agreement which makes the owners liable for the damages. The insurance already sent... Read more »
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.)
I have two cars insured under two different auto policies. Both policies are with the same company. I was backing out of my driveway (car #1) and rear-ended the other car (car #2). I own both cars. There was minor damage to the car I was driving (#1) and I am not making a claim on that one.... Read more »
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...Read more »
There are different bases for bad faith, whether first party or third party. There also are two different approaches. One is under Title 27 of the Insurance Code - Unfair Trade Practices and Other Prohibited Practices. The other is under § 3-1701 of the Courts & Judicial Proceedings Article,...Read more »
Intersection accident, I had a flashing red, he had a flashing yellow. I firmly believe I am not at fault for this accident (I looked carefully both ways, he was speeding and not close to the intersection when I began crossing, the damage to my car is considerable). His insurance company has denied... Read more »
It sounds like you were an excluded operator on your family's policy. That means your family's policy on the car will not cover you. If you had another policy, (i.e. you also own a car and that car has insurance) then it may under some circumstances provide coverage. But that sounds...Read more »
Who’s policy limits, yours or the at-fault party’s? So long as you have not settled with and released the at-fault party from the claim, you can sue the at-fault party; however, any recovery you received under your own policy must be reimbursed first out of money recovered from the at-fault...Read more »
After I registered at a lab for several blood tests, I was told that they could do all tests except for the Sickle Cell screening. I already registered before they told me that, meaning I was already obligated to pay them. One of my issues is that, by offering all other tests except the Sickle Cell... Read more »
I don't think this is a medical malpractice case. Did you call the lab and tell them you no longer want to take the test and explain why? I doubt they would hold your feet to the fire if you have not yet taken the test.
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