I want to know how legal it is. Also the entity receiving the claims has changed it's name multiple times and I want to know how legal that is as well. I already submitted it to the state with my evidence.
The car was supposed to be parked, and I didn't know about the wreck at all until later, and I was told that they would take care of it but they didn't and now the insurance companies coming after me for the money took my license. I am now taking the place of a car. I can't even go... View More
I was force placed insurance on my truck that ive had insurance on since day one. They told me there was a lapse and my truck payment went from $400 a month to over $800 a month. I sent proof of insurance and they ignored me and dodged my calls for a week. I finally got ahold of them and they said... View More
A Kentucky attorney could advise best, as insurance practices are governed by state law. But your question remains open for two weeks and the answer is essentially universal everywhere. Yes, they have the right to demand return of the overpayment. Good luck
Probably not, unless you were responsible for the overdose. The more prudent action , of course, would have to call 911 and wait with the person. But, if you were just being a Good Samaritan, you should be fine.
My daughters friend was driving my daughters car & caused an accident. She totaled her car & caused damage to the other car. My daughter went to file a claim but her insurance had lapsed due to non payment. She got a new bank card & forgot to report it to the insurance company. My... View More
Generally as to the other vehicle, the policy covering the car is primary, driver of daughters car secondary.
Daughter needs to see if she got a notice of cancellation. If not, may be able to claim coverage--would have to speak with a member of the Ky Assn for Justice that handles bad faith...View More
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