answered on Sep 2, 2022
The right direction is to contact a personal injury lawyer in your area, set up a consultation, specifically discuss the specifics of your situation and determine your options. Good luck.
answered on Feb 1, 2022
A West Virginia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. You could look at reference guides and current market values in your region for vehicles of the same year, model, option level, and mileage. If your vehicle was declared a total loss, you could ask the... Read more »
answered on Feb 7, 2020
A citation, possibly loss of use of your vehicle. If you want to teach them do it on private property where there are no other vehicles. It's possible you could also be charged with endangering a minor, which can be a serious problem. Let an adult do the drivers ed.
We immediately called to start a claim. The insurance claims adjustor said he did not need to send out a fire investigator on December 12, 2017. He asked that I make a list of lost items and send it to him, which I did on December 22, 2017. After that he claimed to be working on an estimate. On... Read more »
answered on Jan 28, 2018
I suggest that you at least contact an attorney to discuss your potential case against your insurance company. You should also try to obtain a copy of the fire investigative report from the local fire department or chief, and from the State Fire Marshall's office.
Was in an accident,filed a claim only to find out the insurance company said i only have liability insurance,there is a lein on the car.i never dreamed they wouldnt sell me full coverage with a lein
answered on Dec 26, 2017
The lien company may require it but the insurance agent asks what you want, you may have said "the cheapest," and that's what you have. I'm not aware of any state that requires that you have collision coverage. Your bank would normally require it, but if you ask your agent for... Read more »
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