Peter N. Munsing's answer It's an abandoned vehicle and as long as he didn't have to break in he can get the license--it was a crash, he needs to do his investigation. Focus on the big issues--if you are at fault, focussing on whether the officer could have /should have gotten your license isn't a useful use of your time.
Grant St Julian III's answer If a beneficiary on a life insurance policy is found guilty of murder of the insured, she/he will not receive the proceeds of the policy. You will have to talk with the DA assigned to the case regarding prosecution. Sorry for your loss.
Rahlita D. Thornton's answer If your injuries are very serious and the airbags should have deployed then it may be a claim worth pursuing. But, your injuries would have to be indistinguishable from those that would have occurred in the first place.
Rahlita D. Thornton's answer You can still submit your damages to his or her insurance company for direct payment. There may be supplemental repairs to your vehicle so it is best to let the insurance company deal with it. Sometimes, these repairs are really costly and some damages are not seen until they begin repairing it. Good luck.
Daniel John Christensen's answer You have a potential claim for your injuries. It will be important to not lose possession or access to the vehicle. If you would like our help, please call our office at 512-888-9999 for guidance.
Rahlita D. Thornton's answer Sorry for the loss of you mother. You may have a wrongful death claim and also a survivor's claim. Was your mother married at the time of her death? How old are you? There are deadlines that have to be followed in order to recover as well.If you would like us to evaluate this claim for you feel free to contact us at 888-3434LAW or 888-343-4529.
Rahlita D. Thornton's answer Sadly, it’s often your insurance company that may not be providing the plaintiff with full disclosure that indeed the amount being offered is the policy limit. Also, for the policy limits to be offered there were probably some serious injury there. Communicating with your insurance company’s attorney for answers is where you should start. Good luck and this is what happens when insurance company adjusters get to make decisions without really needing to consult with the policyholder.
Rahlita D. Thornton's answer You need to get right on it and begin investigation on the details of this accident. But, your delay in seeking medical treatment may devalue your case. We do handle these cases and can get you to a doctor asap. It does not matter that you do not have health insurance if the other responsible driver is at fault. What type of "truck" hit you? Feel free to reach out to us for help at 888-343-4529 #1.
Rahlita D. Thornton's answer If you believe that your vehicle is worth more then we would negotiate for the higher amount. We would do our own evaluation with your input. First, make sure that you have exhausted all options. We represent those who are injured and have for many years so if you have any more questions please give us a call at 888-343-4529 #1
Sec. 71.004. BENEFITTING FROM AND BRINGING ACTION. (a) An action to recover damages as provided by this subchapter is for the exclusive benefit of the surviving spouse, children, and parents of the deceased.
(b) The surviving spouse, children, and parents of the deceased may bring the action or one or more of those individuals may bring the action for the benefit of all.
(c) If none of the individuals entitled to bring an action have begun...
Rahlita D. Thornton's answer Based on the severity of the accident it is highly unusual for their not to be any injuries sustained. So, therefore you are highly blessed. But, sometimes a lot of folks don't feel the pains and discomforts right away immediately after an accident and I would suggest that you get checked out and wait to assert the position that you and not injured. Unfortunately, you are left in a mess due to someone else's negligence. We believe that people should take personal responsibility for their...
Rahlita D. Thornton's answer There is no set guidelines on what a reasonable amount of time to report the accident to the insurance company. Read your policy for guidance and if you need a copy of it get it from your agent. It may provide you with some details. This answer assumes that you are the policyholder and that you are attempting to hold your carrier responsible for your damages.
Gregory S Baumgartner's answer Proper defendants usually are the truck driver and the trucking company. Others can be a potential defendant, depending on the facts, like the maintenance company (if the truck is improperly maintained) or the leasing company in some circumstances. I am sorry for your loss.
Peter N. Munsing's answer Congratulations! I answered a similar question. Generally, no exception. If the ambulance service or hospital said for you to bring her then you have a defense. If she was oK but then had contractions in the car and was having them when you were stopped, you can claim it was a sudden emergency.
Peter N. Munsing's answer Turn it over to your insurance. Be guided by them. If there was a camera at the intersection go to see if it covers that part. If there was a camera at a business across from where it happened that was pointing toward the street see if it caught it. Otherwise, you get cited plead not guilty. If you get a hit and run see a lawyer. Most states there are some bad consequences and even if you think the other person's full of baloney, no reason to chance it.
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