Was there a crash? If not no problem. Even if there was, I don't see a problem under most scenarios. Rates only go up if the driver is at fault in causing the collision, if there was one. The question of fault has nothing to do with the license.
Just received a letter from the insurance company saying:
""We have minimum limit policies 30/60 and unless the counters are more reasonable for me to extend another offer I could be bidding against myself. You can call me and we can discuss the claims and if a more reasonable counter is... Read more »
Based on the facts at hand, it isn't mentioned what their offer is. If you consult with a Texas injury attorney for their opinion on the insurance company's offer, they are going to want to know more about the medicals. Based on the description here, the other vehicle ran a red light and your...Read more »
Yes you can, and what we usually do under facts like this is try to get the Judge to allow you to pay the Fail to Appear and dismiss the no insurance. The FTA is not a moving violation and it keeps you from getting a suspension for no insurance and surcharges.
An explosion caused me both to lose my house and to be liable to a person for her injuries on my property. I am insured for $100k for the house and another 100k for the liability, but the person I am liable to is suing me for well over $200k. Will my home be rebuilt, or will all the money just be... Read more »
You should consult an attorney who handles property damage casualty claims or bad faith claims by insurance companies. More facts need to be elicited. But, in general your insurance company has a duty to act in good faith on your behalf. A lot of times the insurance companies do not look out for...Read more »
I was driving my car when the drive shaft broke off,as a result I lost control of my car and had to break hard and suddenly to prevent an running into anything. My children and I both are experiencing whiplash..pain in neck/head,stiffness ect. I called my insurance because I wasn't sure what to... Read more »
My car is less than a year old and due to the accident, the value of my car will decrease significantly. I do not need a personal injury lawyer since there is not physical injury. What of lawyer would I need for this process?
I would recommend searching for an attorney who handles "diminished value" property damage claims in El Paso. The bad part is that you may find it difficult to find an attorney who will take such a case on contingency (no-win no-fee), but there's no harm in reaching out to a couple of law firms for...Read more »
I had gotten hit in my company van. my employer fired me shortly after the man hit my company vando to being a liability. I just got served papers. i know to give them a copy they signed for, and also my insurance company did also. the paperwork says to reply within 20 days. who and what am I... Read more »
As soon as possible, you should hire a personal injury defense attorney to assist you in filing an Answer with the Court. Failure to do so could result in a default judgment being entered against you, which would be a judgment in favor of the Plaintiff(s) that you would likely have to pay. A...Read more »
We recently purchased a used 2016 Ford Mustang for my son for his 18th birthday which is on January 3rd. Until then, I did not want him driving due to him not being insured. 2 Days later, I gave him permission to drive to run some errands and pay some bills for us since me and his mother are away... Read more »
You should check your insurance policy to determine whether he was an excluded driver. It's possible that your insurance will still cover the accident, depending on the insurer. However, it's likely that there's an exclusion for allowing someone to drive the car who is not a licensed driver....Read more »
My suggestion would be to speak with a personal injury attorney as soon as possible. A knowledgeable personal injury attorney can work to determine if the other driver, in fact, does not have any insurance as well as look at your own insurance policy to determine if there might be coverage there...Read more »
Was very rude and uncooperative with exchanging information and he kept threatening to call the police even though I asked him to like 5 times. Any way there was no damage and no police report but he wants to make a claim and we both took pictures yet what the cars look like is different from what... Read more »
Said he wanted to fix car but car hasn't worked in a year for his wife to get out his truck now sayin he will 2000 on trade in value so he wants 2000 and he wants to scrap the car but he never took my insurance the day of the accident it's been 2 months since I heard from the guy until today saying... Read more »
You owe him cost of repairing the damage you did or the total loss value, whichever is less. If you want to contest it tell him you will pay cost of fixing what you did. If that is less than 2000, offer that. If it's more than 2,000 you may be getting a deal.
Totaled means the cost of fixing is more than the book value.It could be driveable but because of age it's book value is low. They aren't required to pay more than book value. Example: you own a 67 Dodge dart, good to 240,000k You have 120k and they offer you book value of $300. If that's the...Read more »
WHO WOULD BE AT FAULT? THE "EXCLUDED DRIVER" WAS NEVER MEANT TO BE ADDED.. BUT ONLY GIVEN A QUOTE OF AN ADDED DRIVER, WITH NO RELATION TO THE INSURED DRIVER. A FRIEND ADDING A FRIEND BASICALLY. THE INSURED DRIVER HAS BEEN NOTIFIED TO SEND "PROOF" OF THE WRONGFULLY ADDED EXCLUDED DRIVER. THE... Read more »
If the excluded driver wasn't driving they can't get all technical when the crash happens. Makes sense to talk to a member of the Texas Trial Lawyers who handles bad faith. In the meantime, confirm what they are doing--that they agree the car was driven by the person who had the policy; that it was...Read more »
No. Power of attorney is in effect only while the principal is alive. Once the principal dies, Power of attorney automatically terminates. A will on the other hand governs how/to whom the person wants his assets to go after death. There are no conflicts wth these two documents.
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