They found a license plate on the side of the road and they want to display it in their room. Again, my friend isn't going to drive with it, they just want to use it as a decoration. I'm in Massachusetts if that's any help. (02191 is my zip)
I alerted my insurer, Geico, about the accident but filed claim with Secura, the insurer for the truck driver, because Geico said I would have to pay deductible if I filed with them. Secura has been dragging their feet on doing anything. They have not yet had the adjuster look at car and it has... Read more »
It sounds like you need an experienced personal injury attorney to help you. It is unclear from your question on which state the accident occurred in. You will most likely be covered by the laws of the state where the accident occurred. I strongly suggest you speak with an experienced personal...Read more »
I was in a vehicle crash in July, 2019. I was not at fault so my damage was paid for by the person at fault. My insurance though sent me a check for damage as well, So i cashed it after they sent me a letter saying it does NOT have to be used for my vehicle. I am now receiving... Read more »
It sounds like your insurance carrier, either in the course of its investigation or in an audit, discovered the double payment - both from themselves and from the other driver. Either on your own or through a Massachusetts attorney, you could ask the carrier if they would be willing to consider...Read more »
I have sickle cell anemia but I had no complications until after the accident. The side of the impact is the side where my osteonecrosis ended up in my shoulder and knee. This left me in a ton of pain and now I have to change my way of life. I want to know what a good amount of money is to settle... Read more »
There are a number of factors to consider when evaluating a motor vehicle injury claim. First, you will need to establish the operator of the second motor vehicle caused the accident and is 100% liable for the accident. You will also need to know the amount of insurance coverage there is...Read more »
My parked car was involved in a hit and run accident. I do not have collision coverage so my insurance won't cover the damages. The police witnessed the accident and was able to get the license plate. The woman whose car hit mine was not driving at the time, but her son was driving. Her... Read more »
Unless her son stole it he would be authorized. Its baloney. Suggest you provide estimates for repair, file a complaint with the insurance commissioner. Depending on the nature of the denial you may have claims under
They never asked about additional drivers and contract doesn't mention it. He was the one who picked it up so they knew hevwas a driver. I paid extra for the liability insurance. Just need to know if he is covered even though not listed anywhere on contract
Are you going to pay, in full, now or are you going to make them file a complaint with the registry to get your license suspended? You can bite the bullet and pay the guy or get your insurance involved. Or you can lose you license. You seem to want it to go away. You hit the guy. Be a person!
I was recently in an accident which was my fault, and taken to the hospital after as a precaution. Since the accident occurred in a rental car my insurance turned it over to the rental company's insurance for medical expenses. They have asked me to fill out a PIP claim.
Don't see why they should. You need to contact a member of the Mass Academy of Trial Lawyers, they give free consults. If it's property damage only, get an estimate, get a full statement of reasons for denial from your company, get a copy of your policy, consider complaining to the insurance commr.
Assuming you were a tenant you also have a contractual claim. However, ice cases are trickier than you may think. Contact a member of the Mass Academy of Trial Lawyers(if the fall was in Mass)--they give free consults. If your claim was in Ct. give me a call and I can recommend some people. If you...Read more »
My gf and I reside in MA and we're hit in NH. Other driver struck us from behind and pushed us into another truck. He admitted all fault. Our insurance company apparently cancelled our insurance without our knowledge about ten to fifteen days before. Now we cannot get proper medical attention... Read more »
Apply for MA. Lobby to get ACA to cover people like you (sorry but I get a little tired of hearing people didnt have coverage but never wrote or phoned their legislators to get it for everyone--that's why it has to be everyone, so people like you in your situation get covered). So the problem...Read more »
Looking for examples of regulatory violations, recalls, class action, civil, or other cases related to software in vehicles. This could also include intellectual property cases associated with open source software. I'm keen to discover how much influence open source software has had, so far,... Read more »
Google Scholar is a great resource for finding case law and scholarly articles that may give you the insight you are seeking. Otherwise find a local library (or law library) and seek assistance with at reference desk. A reference librarian can point you in the right direction to come up with...Read more »
I have a witness to the incident, who also took a photo of the other car. How can I be at fault? The insurance company is focusing on damage to the guardrail (I have no clue what damage there was - and how can THEY even guess at that?). Should I have just let the other car hit me and put more lives... Read more »
You need a member of the Mass Academy of Trial Lawyers like Tim Lynch to straighten them out, get you some uninsured motorist coverage if you have it, as well as medpay. Tell him I told you to call. They're full of it (and likely violating MGLC93a).
I was rear ended a few days ago. The operator of the vehicle who rear ended me is not the owner of the vehicle. Police came and are filing a report. She is found at fault due to me being stopped completely when she rear ended me. When Police run her license and Plate number, her insurance is still... Read more »
Last week a cement truck sped down my quiet street. The truck was too tall and pulled down low hanging lines between the telephone and utility poles. When one of the poles was pulled down, it landed on the back end of my parked, empty car and was dragged over. My car is now totaled.
You may need to sue the truck company. More details are necessary to provide a professional analysis of your issue. The best first step is an Initial Consultation with an Attorney such as myself. You can read more about me, my credentials, awards, honors, testimonials, and media appearances/...Read more »
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