A North Carolina attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. An attorney is likely going to want to see more details about the policy. If you could arrange a brief initial consult, an attorney might be able to outline the best options here, such as litigation or...View More
A North Carolina attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. As a general matter, it could depend on the terms of the arrangement between the hospital and the insurance company. But more information is necessary about the contract. Good luck
I am 26 living in NC and I don't have a single traffic ticket or violation so far and clean on my criminal records. Today I got a speeding citation(GS 20-141(J1)) on highway for driving 20mph over the limit of 65mph and was given court date. I am worried if this will impact my career since as... View More
Most counties reduce speeding tickets to give people an incentive to go ahead and take care of them. Technically, speeding at a high enough speed is treated as a criminal charge and, if convicted, would show up on a background check. Getting it reduced would address this and is usually how traffic...View More
Best suggestion is to hire an attorney. An attorney will help navigate that process, and either contact the restaurant with a settlement demand or a legal complaint filed as a civil lawsuit based upon justifiable damages that you sustained as a result of the fall. Our firm would be more than happy...View More
I strongly suspect that the shop has a duty to secure your car while it is on their property and that their insurance would cover these damages. Even if they do not have insurance you can almost certainly succeed in suing them for the cost of repairs, contact a local attorney.
If anyone here is going to have insight into your situation, it's going to be lawyers in the Probate - Estate Planning sections here. You could contact one of the lawyers on this site, or seek someone independently through your own searches. It isn't insurance bad faith if a beneficiary...View More
It isn't fully clear from your question whether you're inquiring about reimbursement of your hospital bill, or compensation as an injury victim. You could contact a North Carolina attorney to discuss the matter in further detail; most attorneys who handle injury cases generally offer free...View More
I paid the premium as always they accepted and kept the payment and weeks later they told me the policy was in lapsed status. In order to get it reinstated I would have to pay 400.00. At the time I could not come up with that amount of money so they (Axa Financial) lapsed the policy.
You could consult with a North Carolina attorney to review the policy and its terms and conditions for cancellation. However, it's possible that seeking coverage elsewhere could be more cost-effective and practical in terms of time and resources needed to look into the coverage lapse. Good...View More
The woman was on hwr phone and stopped 15 ft before the lime at the light slamming on her breaks i was slowing down to come to a stop at the light and ended up haveing to slam on the breaks as well my leg is hurt ans my car is totaled all she has is a little scratch she knew she was at fault... View More
My small daughter and I were just involved in a car fire. My car had recently had a new transmission installed. after the fire I was looking at reasons why the fire could have started.. I found a recall I had not heard of before. I don’t believe it was the new transmission. Well I really hope... View More
Your insurance covers the fire pretty much regardless of cause (i.e. won't cover it if caused by war, nuclear plant meltdown and other exceptions). Talk to your agent and don't get into who did what unless asked, Keep it simple. Car caught fire. Why I don't know. That's it.
So a couple of months ago when I was in a different state I had missed a payment on my auto insurance and it lapsed for a few weeks (I wasn't driving it at this time), and I quickly paid it when I returned. The problem is the DMV said I owed them a fine, and while I got the insurance taken... View More
1 was a bartender/server for 30 yrs. 10 yrs ago l was prescribed methadone for a medical condition not related to addiction & didn't need to work. Now, I'm fighting an addiction, and on a fixed income @ 62 yrs old. I'm in recovery & don't dare take the chance of being in... View More
Hope you tell your GOP Senators and Congressman about this as they seem to think people like you can just get insurance and need no help. There are "spend down" and other ways if you are "medically needy" of qualifying for medical assistance, but these vary by state. See if...View More
I work for a car dealership. While backing one of our new cars out of a spot up front I backed into another one of the dealerships cars. I was not being irresponsible and driving crazy. A lady whipped in behind me and at the angle she was parked I could not see the car. A week later my owner is... View More
Depends on your employment agreement. Talk to your insurance about it--they may have a provision in your insurance saying they don't cover incidents where you are using a vehicle provided by your job.
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