A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Based on your description, it does not look like a personal injury matter involving suing, but more likely a workers' comp claim. If the attorney you mention is handling your workers' comp claim, they would...Read more »
Our home in Texas had suffered roof damage due to hail. We opened a claim with insurance company. They delayed sending the check for repairs. Meanwhile the home got sold at a much reduced price. Insurance company later sent the check, but it had both ours and the mortgage company's names.... Read more »
A Texas attorney could answer best, but your question remains open for three weeks. If you were represented by an attorney in the sale, they would be in the best position to advise. But as a general matter, you may have signed a release that reflects your acceptance of money damages for the...Read more »
A few months back I was pulled over for speeding. The officer asked if I had been drinking and I told him that I had a few drinks earlier in the night. I performed some Field Sobriety Tests and was asked to use a breathalyzer. The breathalyzer showed a blood alcohol content of .079. Being that the... Read more »
my car was taken from home 60 days ago. august 15th. they have had my vehicle in their custody for 60 days while im paying cash daily for a car rental and they will not/have not returned my calls or emails since on or about 9/14. my insurance which is full coverage (making payments) is paid through... Read more »
I was plead guilty at the court hearing today. My question is, do I have to pay the fines or file for an appeal? I don't know if it will show on my record. I have a driver's learner permit from Maryland but the incident happened here in Pennsylvania.
i just want to see if this something illegal I’m getting roped into? I have received check via email from a woman I was talking to online. On the checks, they have a Life Insurance company at the top of the checks. they are asking that I deposit them into my bank via mobile deposit, keep partial... Read more »
I looked at the information in the link you sent. Thank you for responding.
First, I searched for "diminished", then for "only" in order to locate anything that states that property is only the physical article that was damaged and nothing else that is commonly also... Read more »
The Carmack Amendment is a 1906 revision to the Interstate Commerce Act of 1877, which regulates the relationship between shipping companies and the owners of goods under shipment. The Carmack Amendment limits the liabilities of these shipping companies, known as carriers, to loss or damage of the...Read more »
They where trying draft auto pay from a different form of method than I had set up. The insurance on my vehicle then lapsed 2 days before the accident. I received a letter from the adjusters stating they where covering the cost of damage and could take it to any mechanic to be fixed. A few days... Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks and it sounds like time is of the essence in your response. I'm very sorry for your loss. A local attorney should advise on the specific operation of Texas law, but as a general rule in most jurisdictions,...Read more »
Are you personally responsible for damage cause by an un-permitted driver of your car? Depends on what your policy says, but most likely yes. You should consult with a Personal Injury attorney near you and defend yourself against your own insurance company. Even if you are responsible you may be...Read more »
I don’t know if I should respond how I go about doing so, I also am wondering if this means they are suing me financially? This is from my car insurance company after they dropped me and paid nothing towards the accident.
Generally, a lawsuit filed for declaratory relief involves someone requesting for a court to enter a judgment that states the rights of parties to the lawsuit without ordering any specific action or awarding money to either party. In your circumstance, the insurance company is likely seeking a...Read more »
If the agreement between you and the mortgage company requires them to pay for home insurance, then they are obligated to do so. If that is true your best move is to send the mortgage company a certified letter demanding that they provide coverage. If they...Read more »
They didn’t offer additional coverage, knew I had nonowners & loaned a vehicle. Vehicle was damaged & nonowner policy won’t cover it saying they should’ve never let me drive away with it. Am I responsible for the damages to the car? Or are they because of negligent entrustment?
Normally "negligent entrustment" is when someone entrusts property to a third person who then injures you. Claiming to be the incompetent person to whom the property was entrusted is an interesting legal theory but it may not fly in court. You don't say how the car was damaged.
My wife was hit from behind by an insurance less driver about 6 months ago. We decided to sue as my wives car was totaled. The person who hit us appears to have moved and after about 3 attempts to have her served we’ve had no luck. The total damages equal about 4K and we had to take out a loan... Read more »
If you have an attorney on the case representing you, this question should be posed to them. They would have the entire file, the court's paperwork, and based on that, could explain things in the most meaningful manner. As a GENERAL matter, and without knowing more details, the use of the...Read more »
I bought a home in Pennsylvania recently, and there is some residual knob and tube wiring. My insurance underwriter did not do any inspection (due to covid), but is now threatening to drop coverage based on my disclosure.
I have had the home inspected multiple times, all of whom said that... Read more »
That will be determined as part of your settlement. If you have not accepted a property settlement offer you can negotiate to keep the vehicle. They will likely reduce their offer by what they assess the salvage value of the vehicle to be.
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