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1 Answer | Asked in Car Accidents and Insurance Bad Faith for Utah on
Q: Car insurance won’t refer me to one of there recommended refer shops and won’t rent me a car.

My vehicle was in an accident, I was issued a rental vehicle while I looked for a repair shop and was dropped of at the shop before insurance adjuster told it need to be dropped off.

My car was in the shop but my rental time had reached the $1500 amount on my policy.

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Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar
answered on Apr 16, 2024

A Utah attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. Unless it's a very generous policy, rental rights tend to be limited in many auto policies. One option could be to review the policy and your rights with a local attorney. Keep in mind that if the claim does not... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Business Law, Insurance Bad Faith and Landlord - Tenant for Utah on
Q: Covered business claim, landlord is forcing to evict because of utilities

I am a business owner, and my building had a covered claim under my landlords policy. A water heater broke. This happened in feb 2023. The insurance company refused my contractors, and used the ones they picked, along with the ones my landlord chose. The building is still not accessible in terms of... View More

Wesley Winsor
Wesley Winsor
answered on May 31, 2023

The first step would be to look to the lease agreement. It should speak to what happens if there is a breach in the agreement and how to move forward from there. It may even speak to a situation where you are disallowed occupation of the property due to some repair work and what their duty is to... View More

2 Answers | Asked in Insurance Bad Faith for Utah on
Q: Can an auto loan disability insurance company push for me to go to voc rehab after my employer deemed me fully disabled?

18 months ago I was diagnosed with epilepsy and could no longer work for my employer due to their company policy, (can't be on the meds and must be seizure free for 10 years, I'll be on the meds for the rest of my life) they have finally determined I am fully disabled and I am receiving... View More

Damon Miller
Damon Miller
answered on Mar 16, 2023


I would recommend taking a look at your insurance policy. The policy will define what the insurance company is permitted to do. Generally speaking, most disability insurance policies do permit the insurer to ask you to cooperate with vocational rehabilitation, even if you don't...
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1 Answer | Asked in Insurance Bad Faith for Utah on
Q: Investigator came to brothers house asking for me about insurance fraud

I'm being accused of insurance fraud in Utah with car insurance? I think it's when my window broke they denied my claim. I filed it, I was out of town, got the days and times mixed up called them back thinking i had mixed the dates and times, I had just got insurance with them. The lady... View More

Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar
answered on Jun 30, 2023

A Utah attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. Depending on the claim examiner, it's sometimes possible to resolve with clarifying the errors on the claim. But it looks like you already tried to do that. If they do not accept your explanations, one option is to... View More

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