A Pennsylvania attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. You could reach out to traffic ticket attorneys to discuss if you have not already done so. This is posted under the Car Accident category, which deals more with monetary damages in the ensuing civil...Read more »
A Pennsylvania attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. This sounds like something your attorney would know best if you were represented in the case. You could call your attorney's office and check with them. Also, if you have a folder with closing documents...Read more »
They said they were waiting for the insurance company to send them a letter I'm writing their limitations. I emailed and asked the first emailed no response I had to emailed again and asked for a update and was told they will have a update still no update about when will my check be released... Read more »
A Pennsylvania attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Some of the details aren't fully clear here, but it sounds like it's possible you haven't yet signed the release papers. If that's the case, insurance carriers typically want those papers in...Read more »
You would have to see a lawyer to determine whether you can sue the other party for lost wages. Employment laws vary from state to state. I think you'd have a tough time proving that you lost income as an independent contractor. W2 employee income is known and predictable, but yours isn't...Read more »
The Judge cannot reduce a charge however the prosecuting authority can. If you go to trial and the prosecutor does not prove the charge beyond a reasonable doubt, but proves a lesser charge beyond a reasonable doubt then the Judge can find you guilty of the lesser charge. I recommend that you...Read more »
I was involved in a car accident in February. I didn't know any better and filed the claim under my insurance. My car has been waiting for repairs since then. I have exhausted the car rental coverage under my insurance. Since then I've had to pay out of pocket for transportation costs and... Read more »
A Pennsylvania attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. I'm glad you were not injured. If you're not suing for bodily injury, then it looks like you're contemplating damages associated with not having a working car, employment-related, etc. Without...Read more »
You may or may not have left out some relevant facts but I will try to answer----if the insurance company is paying a property damage claim for the vehicle then it should pay the titled owner(s) of the vehicle.
I was involved in a car accident on October 2020 in NY, I live in PA and did not hire an attorney because my insurance company said they would take full responsibility, the report said we were both at fault even though the driver cut me off on the opposite side and hit my driver side, I was... Read more »
The first answer is that you should immediately consult with an attorney about the facts specific to your case. You are asking for legal advice, but on these boards, we can only provide general legal information. From the facts you gave, I am unclear about your situation. Were you driving for...Read more »
I was in an accident but I'm not sure if I am going to go through with the insurance company. The claim is for my injury and also for my personal belongings. If I accepted the payment for my belongings, but didn't agree with the offer for my injury claim, would I still be able to get an... Read more »
A Pennsylvania attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. In general nationwide, people do settle their property damage claims at the beginning of a case, while the bodily injury portion of the case can move forward at a slower pace, sometimes taking years....Read more »
First of all, I'm glad your son seems to be ok from the accident. At court you and your son may have the opportunity to talk with the officer about getting rid of or reducing the number of points that could be assessed to his license. You can always ask the court for a continuance if...Read more »
Your medical bills would be covered first by the medical coverage under your automobile policy, and thereafter by your health insurance. You may have exhausted your medical benefits under your auto policy. If so, your medical provider will need a copy of that exhaustion letter.
They’re saying the other vehicle caused the accident but the woman told me at the scene that the sun was in her eyes and she didn’t see the vehicle coming when she pulled out she said in the report that she was parked but from the photos I have you can see this is an out right lie
A Pennsylvania attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Depending on the value of your son's car and the extent of damages, one option is to consider if the matter is suited for small claims, or possibly a venue of higher jurisdiction. Another option is to...Read more »
A vehicle in my name was involved in an accident without me being notified, the car was being kept at a friend's house for storage as I did not have room at my residence. The insurance had lapsed without me knowing about it they never contacted me for declined payment. I settled with the... Read more »
A Pennsylvania attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. As a general possibility, states do maintain databases of motor vehicle damages following accidents, with various reporting thresholds. Without knowing more about the subrogation department's standard...Read more »
A Pennsylvania attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for a week. It isn't fully clear what happened here, but if your injury took place within the course of employment, you might want to reach out to workers' comp attorneys. There could possibly be third-party actions if...Read more »
A Pennsylvania attorney should advise here, but your post remains open for five days. I hope your daughter is okay. You may be losing time waiting for a response in this category. Instead of a car accident attorney, you may need guidance from attorneys in the DUI/DWI category. You could repost in...Read more »
I backed into a little tow cart with my car and I did involve my car insurance to make a claim but I want them to cancel my policy and let me pay out pocket for the property damages: so I was wondering how I should go about doing that?
I'm shopping around for Auto Insurance in PA; considering Progressive. I also like to ride bike. Hopefully, I'd never need it, but if a motorist injures me while I'm riding bike and they are at fault, would I be covered by Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist Coverage... Read more »
Short answer yes. Uninsured underinsured covers you if the driver running into you has no insurance or too little. If you have more than one car in your household get "stacking" --the best deal in car nsurance. It multiplies the coverage you had for UM/UIM by the number of cars, and...Read more »
I received a Court of Common Pleas Civil Cover Sheet today with the complaint from attorney attached. (Arbitration Matter) for my car causing damage to a building on Aug 13 2018. Paperwork is stamped Aug 11 2020. I received this notice from a sheriff today. I know they are within the 2 year statue... Read more »
This is what you pay car insurance for. Notify the adjuster of the company who insured you back then. Get their address, fax, claim number; fax them a copy and send them a hard copy, certified return receipt. They should give you an attorney and they will file what are called preliminary...Read more »
A Pennsylvania attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. In SOME (I can't speak for Pennsylvania) jurisdictions, people who are uninsured could sometimes still have remedies for money damages, but they could be precluded from including pain and suffering in their...Read more »
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