the letter was from the attorny that is representing my insurance company. it has all the details like policy number ,date of loss which is incorrect. they are a month off
I also had a motorcycle in the yard that burnt up.as well as all my tools.
answered on May 2, 2022
Without seeing the policy, one can only guess what it covers. My hunch is that the landlord’s policy won’t cover a tenant’s belongings but that merely a guess.
Should I accept money from both insurance companies? My agent has already assured me that my premium will not go up since other insurance company accepted full liability
answered on Mar 1, 2022
A Missouri attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Your carrier acted very fast. In general nationwide, claimants do not usually get paid twice for the same claim - one insurance carrier or the other pays. It sounds like the two carriers are not aware of each... Read more »
answered on Aug 10, 2020
A Missouri attorney could answer best, but your question remains open for a week and you probably need to line someone up without further delay. Go to the tab above (Find-a-Lawyer) and search for lawyers in or near the county where the court you're appearing is located. Or search independently... Read more »
answered on Oct 16, 2019
Advise the trustee and turn the check over to him if necessary.
I was in an accident that was the other party's fault and my was totaled. The accident occurred two weeks after I purchased the vehicle. I had a loan out on the vehicle and I didn't have the title yet. I was told by the other party's insurance that they did not need my assistance and... Read more »
answered on Jul 11, 2019
in most states the taxes are part of the property damage settlement. If they are at fault and car is totaled, chances are it was a big hit and you were hurt. The other side isn't caring for you. Contact a member of the Mo. Assn for Justice for the county where it happened. They give free consults.
answered on Mar 23, 2019
Most likely not. Read the policy to see if addresses cancellation.
Got pulled over for having a headlight out. But got a ticket because of my insurance being expired so I have court on the 3rd and have not yet gotten it because it is my gfs dads car we were driving and he has not yet gotten it. What are my consequences?
answered on Nov 4, 2017
Make sure you go to court and tell the judge that you are still working on getting proof of insurance. Ask the judge for a continuance of the court date to give you more time to get proof of insurance. The judge will grant the continuance and you will most likely get a new court date that will give... Read more »
I'm being sued by Nationwide insurance; a company called NCS has contacted me, and I'm not sure what to do. My boyfriend hit another car, and totalled it out, while driving my car, without insurance on it. I wasn't driving, but I was there, and the vehicle was registered to me. I... Read more »
answered on Sep 5, 2017
I. Don't agree it is your obligation. It may be but it may not be. 2) Help them locate your ex--if you get sued you need to sue him for "contribution," 3) find out what the claim is for. If it's for property damage only, and they give you a FULL release of ALL claims including... Read more »
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