And no teeth do I have a case? I can't keep walking around like this.
answered on Oct 10, 2022
Your insurance policy must be read verbatim in conjunction with your treatment plan. Are the implants covered or not? You will need an attorney to examine the contract and facts. Bad Faith in TN is not very much, so concentrate on Breach of Contract, possibly even in General Sessions.
Our first claim was due to under ground pipe burst. We had to move out of our home for 6 weeks. During that time our house was vandalised once and broken into 2. We would like to remain with our insurance company instead of being cancelled.
answered on Jul 20, 2022
Check the terms of your policy. That will tell you whether they can cancel. It may be time to find another company.
I have not had a rental because they never offered one. They are just now starting to process my claim even though I filed the claim on 05/11/2022. Can I request what it would have cost them in rental fees. Also can I ask for missed overtime because I didn't a vehicle all this time and I... Read more »
answered on Jul 16, 2022
A Tennessee attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. They may not offer the rental; you have to request it. In terms of the lost wages, it could be denied. Only a Tennessee attorney could advise on the operation of your first-party benefits for lost wages/overtime... Read more »
No communication from Erie In’s. regarding status of claim or progress.
answered on Jul 10, 2022
A Tennessee attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. It's difficult for any attorney to say what a reasonable is based on these brief facts. In lost wage claims, carriers can look at attendance records, level of injuries, medical records from treating... Read more »
Her parents are deceased and no other beneficiary is named
answered on Feb 21, 2022
Are her Parents deceased? If dead, then the Designation of Beneficiaries might list her Estate. And there is usually an alternative Designated Beneficiary. If the Parents are alive, they can change the Designation anytime. If you feel the Death Benefit should be paid to you or your Wife's... Read more »
havent recieved anything yet. My husband even emailed them once and they requested all the paperwork again, to which I took to funeral home to resend. Last wk funeral home called ins co. again and they said they havent recieved yet..what can I do ?
answered on Jan 5, 2022
Hire a competent attorney to make the Claim on the Contract of Insurance. Assuming you are the Beneficiary, a Breach of Contract Suit may have to be filed if money is not forthcoming.
Actually had possession of vehicle. I had told them and person filling out loan papers I did not have income to make payments. Can I file suit against family member to have them pay this?
answered on Nov 1, 2021
It sounds like you are being sued on the Note you signed. An attorney can sue the other party for contribution, but collection is another matter. Bankruptcy or a Settlement may be options. If a Judgment goes down, protect your assets and file a Notice of Exempt Property.
If you're involve in an accident not at fault, the at fault drive does not have enough to covered medical bills. But, the vehicle you are in as a passenger has insurance, the owner tell her insurance you not supposed to be in the car. But, it's your husband driving the car and it's... Read more »
answered on Dec 6, 2020
A Tennessee attorney attorney could answer best, but your question remains open for four weeks. As a general matter, an insurance company will settle for the policy limits when it determines that it is a good business decision to do so. There's no hard fast rule that if you satisfy a certain... Read more »
A car with Mississippi auto dealer tags was uninsured with unlicensed 15 year old driver...driving who backed out of their driveway into our car that we bought the day before! They were not given any citations from officers. The damages to our car est. 13,050. Our uninsured motorist policy has... Read more »
answered on Oct 28, 2020
If your insurance does not cover the whole amount of damages you'll have to file a lawsuit against the driver/parents to try and recover a judgment for damages. But you can't force the police to issue citations.
My grandmother owned life insurance policies on my grandpa and myself. We want to cash them out because they are horrible policies. They were supposed to transfer ownership to my grandpa but never did after we filled out the paperwork. Now they are saying we need all of my grandmother's heirs... Read more »
answered on Apr 1, 2020
You did not state this, but it sounds like your grandmother has passed and there are things still in her name, such as these life insurance policies. You should contact a probate attorney to help you with getting those assets retitled. The type of process that will be needed will depend on more... Read more »
Just found out my crazy recent ex has me on her automobile insurance. First of all I don't even have a driver's license second of all nobody talk to me I never signed anything nor did anyone get my consent can I sue the insurance company? I have the insurance card with my name on it and... Read more »
answered on Mar 6, 2020
As to the auto policy, you probably have no cause of action since you have no damages at this time. Unless it is provable it hurt your credit rating or something, there is no case. You could file a Declaratory Judgment action to get your name off, but you should just call the Carrier and complain.... Read more »
I was held against my will at a local hospital for weeks while they drained my insurance and abused me. The hospital doctors used all sort of claims and lies to keep me there under a psychiatric hold. This removed all my rights as a patient as well as my civil rights. I believe they did this... Read more »
answered on Feb 3, 2020
More facts would be required to evaluate your issues. Consult local counsel to determine what, if any, claims you may have.
answered on Feb 1, 2020
For the best guidance, you could check with a Tennessee attorney. But your question remains open for five weeks. As a general matter in most any jurisdiction, you could simply make a written request. It doesn't need to be a demand letter, particularly if it is a business entity with which you... Read more »
I've been with Progressive over 15 years. No accidents, no tickets and never late. Somehow I was late last month. I went to pay November early as I always do and it said canceled, I never received anything from them. They said they canceled because I was 15 days late. Due on 15th, claim they... Read more »
answered on Nov 12, 2019
You need another Insurance Company today. Would you trust Progressive to honor a claim now? Unless you had an accident, forget about it. You have no cause of action.
I received notice that my medical insurance premiums were going to almost double for 2018 even though I had no claims. Hired an insurance agent to help find affordable insurance. She informed us of gov assisted program to help pay insurance and asked us of our income of 2017 which was way lower... Read more »
answered on Oct 27, 2019
This is something a Tennessee attorney could answer best because insurance is generally governed by state law. But your post remains open for three weeks. As a general matter, it's difficult to say without seeing all the paperwork, particularly the inclusion of provisions outlining the nature... Read more »
I stopped medical treatment in August of 2017 and the case has been delayed until March 2020. Can I bring separate claim against Allstate?
answered on Oct 3, 2019
No, you have no contract with Allstate. The insurance co. is probably not a party, just representing their insured. You probably need an attorney who might file a Motion for Summary Judgment. I hope you have adequate proof of your medical damages.
Claim 2 would have required repairing the damage again had they paid the first claim. The car was safely and legally drivable despite body damage. I'm in Nashville.
answered on Sep 30, 2019
Insurance companies refuse coverage like that all the time. Your only recourse is to sue for breach of the insurance contract. It may or may not be worth your while to hire a competent attorney.
answered on Jun 19, 2019
If you're talking in the realm of accidents, many settlements do take place out of court. It could all depend on the case. If both sides are more or less aligned on who is at fault, they agree on their figures for reasonable damages, then they will likely settle out of court. If they... Read more »
I was in an accident and i was uninsured. So i got a ticket and license suspended. Does this on affect the vehicle that was in the accident?Or does that include both of my vehicles?
answered on Jun 12, 2019
If I understand your question correctly, I think you misunderstand the difference between your LICENSE and the vehicle REGISTRATION. these two things are not the same. Your license is for you only- it is the authorization that you can legally drive a vehicle ( ANY vehicle, even one you don't... Read more »
He was ticketed for straddling lanes and improper lane change. I'm I responsible for getting my vehicle repaired as I'm being given the run around by his insurance company. I was also told I'd be responsible for 20% of a rental or cab fees.
answered on Dec 16, 2018
This is why you need to contact a lawyer after a crash. This sounds like the usual insurance baloney where they try to say you are 10,20.30% at fault based on---well, it's an "accident" so it's no-one's fault (until they are trying to soak you for contribution).
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