New Jersey Insurance Bad Faith Questions & Answers

Q: How can I get my money back from geico or domino's frenshise commercial insurance?

1 Answer | Asked in Employment Law and Insurance Bad Faith for New Jersey on
Answered on Jul 15, 2018
Leonard R. Boyer's answer
You have no chance of winning unless you retain an experienced litigation attorney. It is that simple. Trying to represent yourself in Court is a bad idea. Not only are you emotionally involved, but you are not a trained attorney. You do not know the Court Rules, Rules of Evidence, case law, nor are you trained how to handle a legal case, especially if litigation is involved. Do not let geographic restrictions get in the way of retaining the best attorney. Pick the best attorney you can find...

Q: I fraudulently received $3,377.00 in unemployment benefits in the state of New Jersey. Will they criminally prosecute?

2 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law, Insurance Bad Faith and Public Benefits for New Jersey on
Answered on May 21, 2018
H. Scott Aalsberg Esq.'s answer
The state could certainly criminal prosecute you and yes you would have to pay it back. If charged get yourself a good lawyer.

Q: I was salary exempt (Management) my employer a non-profit enterprise deducted my last paycheck is this legal?

1 Answer | Asked in Employment Law, Criminal Law, Health Care Law and Insurance Bad Faith for New Jersey on
Answered on Apr 25, 2018
H. Scott Aalsberg Esq.'s answer
I think you need to speak to an employment lawyer and report your ex employer for Medicaid fraud.

Q: can i cancel my auto policy in the middle of a claim investigation?

1 Answer | Asked in Insurance Bad Faith and Consumer Law for New Jersey on
Answered on Jan 15, 2018
Leonard R. Boyer's answer
You are still required by law to have auto insurance. Changing companies now, will cost you more. What you are thinking of will be a bad move.

Q: Insurance is refusing to cover leak to my service line because it traverses neighboring property. Will an easement help?

1 Answer | Asked in Insurance Bad Faith, Insurance Defense and Real Estate Law for New Jersey on
Answered on Dec 29, 2016
Leonard R. Boyer's answer
I do not think an easement will help. However, you can sue the insurance company to force them to make repairs. However, you would at all times be liable for your own attorney fees and costs. Whether or not a Court will Order the insurnace company to pay your legal fees is unknown. Good luck.

Q: If you get a motorcycle in a trade, does it have to be registered in NJ before you can trade it again?

1 Answer | Asked in Personal Injury, Insurance Bad Faith and Insurance Defense for New Jersey on
Answered on Nov 8, 2015
Adam Studnicki's answer
As far as the injury claim, talk to an injury lawyer about a potential lawsuit.

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