Total lost ,is been 2 years now the condo 70% done sudenly there 2 things hapend our porsonal insurance says we have to move out of tenporaly housing.and the unit that cause fire lawyer text us about how much amount that they(farmers) owe us. I dont want answer i need advice
An Oregon attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for four weeks. I'm sorry for your ordeal and the loss of your home to fire. When you say you want advice, not answer, you may need to consider a consult with an attorney (if you don't have one already, where the attorney...Read more »
My basement recently flooded from a sump pump that failed during a rain storm. After calling the insurance company and having them send ServPro out to assess the damage we discovered that there was previous flood damage and mold growing inside the walls. Insurance says they wont cover it because... Read more »
An Oregon attorney could advise best, as obligations to disclose can differ according to state law. But your question remains open for two weeks. As as GENERAL premise of contract law, taking affirmative steps to hide a condition that was known could be bad faith (e.g. applying thick coatings in a...Read more »
Last summer I was rear ended while stopped by a big truck with a solid steel bumper while I was in my 2003 Hyundai. Over the next few months I developed back pain and stiffness, along with sciatica. I started seeing a chiropractor after filing a claim with my insurer (who told me this was... Read more »
Yes, they can require this. If you review your policy I can guarantee you there is a clause that says you have to cooperate with your carrier, and that you must submit to what we call an IME. If they make you start going to a lot of them, then you might consider talking to an attorney to see at...Read more »
Dr refusing treatment and medication due to a missed urine test and discriminated against due to assuming drugs have been involved with no criminal background or past experiences this man will die soon without help
Thank you for the question. I hope that this man will get help soon to prevent a death. It seems like there must be much more to the story raised in the question. Medical doctors swear to an oath to "Primum non nocere" (First, do no harm). First, it has to be established that the doctor...Read more »
An Oregon attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for three weeks. It's difficult to speculate what could have caused the insurance company's change in position without knowing additional details. Whatever the reason, something raised the suspicion of the claims examiner....Read more »
My wife was recently laid off and had some medical and dental work done before her coverage ended. The insurance companies processed and paid the claims, but now one of the insurance companies has demanded payment back from the dentist. The dentist office has never seen anything like this before,... Read more »
An Oregon attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. COBRA does have retroactive features - this is something that an employment attorney could probably explain better than attorneys who work only with general medical insurance claims and denials. You could either...Read more »
I was in an accident were liability was determined to be completely the other drivers fault. Both of us have the same insurance carrier (Progressive). The insurance company forced me to use my own PIP to pay my medical bills. I would have rather not used my own policy (PIP) and filed a third... Read more »
Because that is how it works until you settle with the insurer for the at-fault party. That insurer has no obligation to pay you anything until you settle or take them to court. This is why PIP exists, so you can get medical care and lost income while you wait to be able to settle with the other...Read more »
A sink overflowed during the night. We speculate that she got up in the night, got a drink, and turned the knobs up instead of off. She doesn't remember. Now the apartment is saying she is responsible for the damage. Her insurance is saying that they don't cover her liability to her... Read more »
One possibility, if the apartment is willing, would be to look into whether their policy would cover the loss. They are likely to have a more comprehensive policy that covers a greater range of losses. However, choosing which route they would use to pursue recovery is something in their hands. Good...Read more »
An at fault party's insurance company has neglected to reimburse for car rentals, which they agreed to pay for, or provide any closure. Even with police report (which I had to provide at my own expense) and video evidence it took almost 2 months to accept liability. One month after having my... Read more »
I purchased a unique 66 mustang from a private owner. Long story short 2 hours after the sale some older lady came out of nowhere & smashed both my cars which I paid in full (parked behind each other) to total loss status. No bill of sale was made in the process because Oregon does not require... Read more »
They want proof of ownership. How you work that is up to you. However, the issue is what the value is.
Likewise on #2. Unless your policy has replacement value you don't get it in most states.
You can check with the insurance commissioner for your state as to what they can ask...Read more »
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