It very well could be. However, you would need an independent expert to offer an opinion that these conditions existed at the time of the inspection, were within the scope of work undertaken by the initial inspector, and ought to have been discovered.
The kids on board and on the street said she backed up down the narrow street and they warned her and she still kept goin and side swiped the whole car totally it. Now I’m stuck paying the difference in the totaled worth and my loan. Shouldn’t their insurance pay something?
Any vehicle insurance--school bus or otherwise--has the obligation to pay for the market value of your car. If that is less than the loan balance, that is not their issue. So yes, through no fault of your own you can end up owning money on a set of wheels you no longer own!
I was not notified when my car was towed away. The cop who found my stolen car got it towed and did not notify me. It has been a month i had to find the tow company myself 36 days later they are charging me 1100 dollars in fees.
This is a major problem. Contact your legislator, AAA, others --the law has to be changed. The question is what the towing company is charging. I don't have a clear, clean answer for this. However, if the person was found and is charged with the crime you may have access via the crime...Read more »
The at fault insurance company values my car at over $2,400, and the cost of repairs is just below their 80% threshold policy, but they refuse to pay for the damages and are trying to total my car. The Kelley Blue Book value ranges anywhere between $3,000 and $4,500, and their appraisal for the... Read more »
It is their option. If you were hurt in the wreck you have a claim. Feel free to call me. Problem is they don't have to fix it. You can't go by Kelly Blue book but ask for the "valuation sheet." That says how they got to the price.
I live in Pennsylvania and I’m wanting to get my learners permit, I’m 18 by the way. I’ve searched on the internet dozens of times for an answer to this question, but haven't found anything that relates to what I’m asking. So can you drive alone without supervision from anyone with a... Read more »
It's called a learners permit not a license and that means that you must have someone over 21 who has a current license sit in the front passenger seat at all times while you are driving (over 18 if they are a spouse or--makes no sense--a parent.)
There was a second citation for operating a vehicle without required financial responsibility. She got the papers out of the glove compartment and asked the officer what he needed. She stated he took one paper and returned it. He said noting regarding the insurance card. (Which was in the glove... Read more »
Depends on a lot of things--did you leave the keys lying around? Had he taken the car at any time before? It should be covered by your insurance, so turn it over to them. If you didn't reprort it as stolen, it's not quite theft.
Ordinarily, if an insurer wants to total a car, the only question is if you agree with the value they give you. Once they total the car, they get the certificate of title and the car is theirs. You can try to negotiate with them to take less money and keep the car. However, there likely will not...Read more »
Car that he has insurance. After I contact his insurance and reported a claim they told the person who’s hit my car his insurance was canceled since last December. My insurance is lability and dose not cover my car. In this situation what i have to do? Was that officer fault? Also, I asked his... Read more »
You can sue the driver who hit you, but it is probable that any lawyer who would take the case will charge you on an hourly basis, which will cost several thousand dollars. Further, if you win against the other driver, if he has no insurance, he is...Read more »
My mom passed away from a car accident while on her way to a job interview with amazon. They cancelled the interview but failed to inform her. She would have never been in the car if they would have called. Should they be held responsible?
I know that they run many risk in doing so and have tried to talk them out of doing this. I am just concerned that since they live with me and have nothing but their car in their name that if there was an accident and heaven forbid someone was injured, could legal action be taken against me since... Read more »
If you were a properly authorized driver for a car you did not own, the insurance should follow the car and pay the other person’s damages, irrespective of whether you were or were not a named insured. If the owner has collision coverage, that should cover the owner’s damages. If not, that is...Read more »
All he got were 4 violations, the worst of which was Careless Driving. He has a prior DUI from 2013, but police said there was no indication of that this time. There was no blood drawn. These violations were entered in county court on November 2nd 2018 and I believe he has 10 days to make a... Read more »
I will be happy to represent you and your family in the civil case. In working on the civil case I will push what can be pushed in the criminal case. My office number is 412-391-7135. Web site www.tarasilaw.com
MY RENTAL REINBURSEMENT FROM GEICO IS 1,700 MY CAR WAS CONSIDERED A TOTAL LOST AND THEY ONLY PAID 400 FOR MY RENTAL FEES DO I AM STILL USING A RENTAL TWO WEEKS PRIOR TO MY POLICY BEING CANCELED I WANTED TO KNOW IS GEICO STILL RESPONSIBLE FOR PAYING FOR THE EXTRA TWO WEEKS OF MY RENTAL BECAUSE I AM... Read more »
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