At the time, I was being hospitalized to have a stem cell transplant to survive an aggressive form of non Hodgkin lymphoma. We agreed to drop the underinsured coverage at a time when I was I jeopardy of dieing if I did not undergo the procedure. Arguably we were not thinking clearly to agree to... View More
My employer has not handled my paper work in a timely manor which is causing me issues with pay and insurance for short term and medical payments. Going to lose all of my benefits due to neglance on my employer! Life ins included! Can never get them to talk to me always answering machine ! I... View More
A South Carolina attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. You can find attorneys who handle such insurance matters. But if it's a large reputable insurance company with a customer service department, you could first reach out to them. Good luck
In South Carolina. A rental company of construction equipment with 3 locations rents out a unit that causes bodily injury. Due to injury is tooth loss and damage to teeth. Prosthodontist all have payment due at time of service. To obtain proper treatment how can you obtain the rental companies... View More
A South Carolina attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. It's difficult to say what the terms of your specific policy are. But as a general rule, it is advisable to maintain active insurance for the home for the term you seek protection. It would be best to...View More
A South Carolina attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. You could also consider discussing this with an insurance agent who has experience with commercial policies for these types of operations. That way you could identify the risks you need to be protected...View More
I’m a homeowner trying to have a shed built. Anyone I’ve interviewed does not carry workman’s comp insurance. I believe if an employer has more than 4 employees they must carry workman’s comp but in reality that is not often. Can a company I hire to build a shed be classified as an... View More
Are you a homeowner or property owner building a shed on your property, or are you in the business of building sheds? If building sheds something you do as part of your business, then you might be considered a general contractor. If you are a property owner hiring a company to build a shed for you...View More
While inching slowly out of a business on a very narrow street, a person in an old car, not wanting to wait for me to exit on to the street, attempted to off the road to go around me, and struck my vehicle.
After my brother was killed in a motorcycle accident, his insurance notified me that his policy had been canceled. They told me there was insufficient funds in his bank account to make the initial payment and I would not be able to reinstate the policy. When I called the bank, there was no evidence... View More
It's not clear--if it's cancelled after that doesn't matter--it sticks as of the time of the crash. They can cancel the minute later and there is still coverage.If someone else was involved or it was a bike issue, then you need to speak with a member of the South Carolina Trial...View More
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