My father was my beneficiary but passed away in 1988. My mother had told me that she became the beneficiary. My stepfather recently passed away and my mother is in early demensia so we are getting all legal paperwork together. I found a photocopy of her updating the policy, but no original. Neither... Read more »
answered on Mar 9, 2022
If the life insurance policy truly belongs to you, then all you have to do is call the life insurance company and ask, and you can update the beneficiary anytime you want. If you have been paying the premiums, then the life insurance policy probably belongs to you. If you have not been paying the... Read more »
She broke into my house and stole the documents and, put in a change of address for mail to go from my house to hers. She also forged my signature to change the amount of the policy.
answered on Feb 9, 2021
You need to contact the insurance company immediately and notify them. My advice is get a Post Office Box and send a formal letter to the insurance company giving them that address. Most likely you will need to file a police report for the criminal actions that took place, which I see at least 4... Read more »
this was a five vehicle ,accident the fifth vehicle was a Ford F-250 truck and the insurance company for the driver's insurance co. accepted full responsibility for all damages by subrogation
answered on Mar 30, 2020
If the claimant wants to keep the car, yes they can say "well,you are getting back what the salvage value is." Now you need to determine how they figure that, and if what you get will allow you to repair the car to the level it can be inspected. If there are problems with that or other... Read more »
The 1 code listed is very vague. In California the list of EUO is at least 2 pages long on their website and it describes what is allowed and not allowed under EUO. Why is Oklahoma laws so vague concerning EUO? I’m not a policy holder and I’m a non driver on the policy, I’m also not a... Read more »
answered on Feb 7, 2020
An Oklahoma attorney could answer you best, but your question remains open for two weeks. As a general matter, there might not be a great deal of EUO-specific law out there. It could possibly be addressed in state insurance regulations, either expressly or impliedly, as measures permitted by... Read more »
My second vehicle was parked on the street and was not occupied. Another driver crashed into my vehicle causing a lot of damage. The other driver does have insurance. Will that driver’s insurance company be required to pay for the damage or will my state laws give them an ‘out’ since I was... Read more »
answered on Jan 2, 2020
That is frustrating situation to say the least! If you have the driver's insurance information, then contact the insurance company and file a claim against the driver's insurance for the property damage to your vehicle, diminished value (if applicable), and any other property damage that... Read more »
I went through a claims experience that I didn’t appreciate because I was feeling pushed by my employer to sign off before I felt I was back to normal. She has done this on multiple occasions I have found out. Not looking to sue for money. But I wish to anonymously notify the correct agency so... Read more »
answered on Sep 3, 2019
The 2014 Administrative Workers’ Compensation Act allowed employers to “opt out” of the state workers’ compensation system as long as they provided equal or better benefits. Since that time, the Oklahoma Supreme Court struck down the “opt out” provision. Employers can self-insure, but... Read more »
Suit by Met Life to reclaim life insurance paid to me in error. I was not at fault in any way but cannot repay. It was in 2014. Can I get advice?
answered on Nov 30, 2017
Sorry I didn't see this sooner. YES, you should hire an attorney, if you haven't already. Representing yourself in Federal Court is much more difficult than in state courts, as I am sure you have learned by now.
Please visit my website, www.GaryJDean.com, and at the bottom of the... Read more »
Other driver was at fault. His ins. recommended I file under mine for time's sake and they'd reimburse them.
I did, and got a valuation report for around $25K (Including OK taxes and fees). None of the comps they chose had nav or premium sound like mine. Then they deduct... Read more »
answered on Jun 29, 2016
Lawyers give free consultations. If it did that much damage you may have an injury but just want to say "Oh, my shoulder, that 's nothing..." then months later you get a rotator cuff. So contact a member of the OK Trial Lawyers Assn --they give free consults. Look at your policy--do... Read more »
I was given the key by the owner. I did take a drive her car for a while before being arrested, whereas the car was returned to either the insurance company or the owner. There was no damage to the car. However, they are suing me (insurance company) for a sum of money equaling 6,800 dollars... Read more »
answered on Jun 29, 2016
Presumably they have an appraisers report saying there was damage. You have to prove their wasn't. Won't be that easy.
My daughter was riding with someone when they got into an argument. My daughter asked the driver to pull over and let her out but she didn't so my daughter per the driver open the door and jumped out which I don't believe which cased the truck tire to hit her head. She died a week later... Read more »
answered on Nov 8, 2015
Sorry for your loss. Talk to a local injury lawyer, who can review the details and advise. Yoiur daughter's decision to jump out of a moving care makes it a tough case.
Please Take Notice: I am not your lawyer unless we enter into an engagement agreement in writing. This is only... Read more »
The car was parked in driveway on private property. Police came with no warning and impounded the car. Was not in any way a nuiscance or derelict as the city of Oklahoma is now claiming.
answered on Sep 11, 2015
You need to hire an attorney for this. The car has been siezed, yes it has already happened. The point here is that in order to do anything about it, you need to get an attorney.
answered on Nov 9, 2013
Ordinarily an insurer will want to make a single payment in settlement of the entire matter. There is not enough information here to determine if the settlement attempt is proper or if the settlement amount is in your daughter's best interest. You should consult with an attorney.
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