My husband wants a divorce. But we are doing it amicably and he wants to keep me on his health insurance due to my health issues. He wants to have it written into the final papers. He has a federal health plan and spoke with someone the other day; the insurance says I cannot be on his insurance... Read more »
answered on Nov 27, 2022
A New Hampshire attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. I can only speak for the insurance law-based attributes of your question, not the divorce-related ones. But as a general matter, courts do not usually have the power to change insurance policies. If the... Read more »
All State is the insurance and is willing to settle the medical portion but because they could not find an adequate vehicle for me to use and because of the nature of the repairs, I was out a vehicle for more than 3 weeks. My daughter has a specialized wheelchair and we missed out on a lot of fun... Read more »
answered on Feb 18, 2022
You do not have to hire a lawyer but most insurance companies will not take you seriously without a lawyer, especially on a loss of use claim and/or speculative general damages. That said, it is your choice. Please note that most attorneys practicing in the filed of injury/accident law will... Read more »
In negotiations with insurance, though talk have stalled. They only went up 300 dollars from initial offer on a total losS they have not been able to provide information on how they arrived at that number of 8,000 when I see car for sale for 10000 to 12000 I even provided them direct links though... Read more »
answered on Dec 11, 2021
A New Hampshire attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. As a general premise nationwide, insurance carriers do not have a statutory obligation to settle all claims. They have an obligation of conducting the claims process in good faith. But it is not necessarily bad... Read more »
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