they have already agreed to settlements with 3rd party and UIM although I am still actively receiving medical treatment. I feel they are trying to rush the case since they know their amounts are maxed and can not get any further funds however they want to split the leftover evenly. my medical bills... Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. It may be hard to get meaningful guidance for something like this on a public forum. Aside from the fact that an attorney is actively representing you, this is a highly complex case involving UIM coverage, multiple...Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. It's possible that both vehicles in the accident being from the same family raised red flags. You could consult with an attorney to review the file. The carrier could be building evidence for a denial, they could...Read more »
The towing company released all of his property including his car keys that had his safe keys on them. She stole everything my brother owned and refused to give us anything of his! She told the towing company she was his wife and that's a lie he was never married and they had broke up l! They... Read more »
Got towed from my apt complex at 3am last night. The company said I did not have a resident sticker and was not parked in visitors. I do have one. It's on the back left windshield. In the picture that the apt front office showed me you can't see it, but anybody with eyes can see it in... Read more »
I was leaving a parking lot, when something started to scrape under the car. I got out, and realized that instead of parking blocks, the spaces had metal bars sticking a foot out of the ground. It's a dirt and gravel parking lot, so the bars almost blend into the ground, and they're not... Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. It doesn't seem like a good practice for non-security purposes. Based on the description being dirt and gravel, if it's an old and neglected lot, it could be exposed rebar from deteriorated concrete blocks....Read more »
My boyfriend was driving my car and in order to avoid a car coming into our lane, my car's auto-lane assist pulled the car to the left; we then hit a stationary barrier that was protruding into the roadway (there was NO shoulder on this highway).
Yes. Your daughter can sue the guy who caused the accident. Since that guy has no insurance, your daughter can also sue her own car insurance company under her Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist coverage. This is precisely the situation that coverage is designed to protect your daughter against....Read more »
Your question remains open for a week, but it is something that a doctor would be qualified to advise on, not an attorney. There are accidents involving impact with the steering wheel, and one doesn't need to be a doctor to appreciate the consequences of trauma to the upper chest and what lies...Read more »
What should my lawyer be doing to resolve this matter. The para legal said they did receive an email from the defense attorney to discuss the lawsuit before the deadline but she said she is working with my lawyers to figure out what is going on. Are my lawyers just being negligent, shouldnt they... Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. In all fairness to your attorney, they may be working toward trying to discuss the claim. You mention the paralegal receiving an email from defense attorney. Based on these brief facts, no one here could say and no...Read more »
There was Noone in front of her she admitted it was her second accident in two months it caused 4 of us to be in this accident the person I hit wasn't hurt and had minimum damage now she's suing for 1 million dollars what can I do
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. The fact that it was her second accident in two months isn't really relevant. The short answer is that you take the papers you were served with and present them to your insurance carrier. They should assign...Read more »
2 vehicles got into a collision causing one of them to jump a median and hit me. I was rolled 3 time and my 2000$ laptop was broken. Geico is the insurance of both other parties. My company doesn't cover personal property damage. And gieco is giving me the run around. What can I do to get... Read more »
This one is pretty easy. You need to use the person at fault and their insurance will kick in and is required to pay your personal injuries and property damage, which includes your computer. Call me for more information. 713-992-1104
Mind you, you have to file suit within two years. You are...Read more »
I had purchased insurance that covers my car only through my dealership(DS). they told me they would be in contact with the insurance company to get the repairs taken care of (they do some in-house repairs and what not) I requested a bill for the impound fees, the car was towed after the wreck 458... Read more »
Yes, you have some legal remedies and at this point in time I think you should consult with an accident/injury lawyer to guide you through this process, especially if you have physical injuries. Most accident/injury lawyers will provide a free consul so please take a few of them up on it and then...Read more »
I was invoiced in a car accident July 16,2020. Insurance didn’t settle with plaintiff because I said he hit my car. I have pictures of my car and videos of intersections. Fast forward 2022 this same guy if trying to sue my friend for 250000. Because my car was on his policy. My friend was... Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. Your friend should turn the summons and complaint over to his insurance carrier. If he is their policyholder, they will investigate the accident and make a determination on liability and their obligation to defend. In...Read more »
A Texas attorney should advise here, since statutes of limitations are governed by state law. But your question remains open for two weeks. In virtually all jurisdictions, statutes of limitations usually use the day of the accident as a reference point. A local attorney could provide specific...Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. It's a little difficult to cover all the important points within the brief format here. But part of your success could depend on your research. Look at used auto reference guides. Check pricing for comparable...Read more »
Progressive hired an attorney ASAP because I'm an investigator & told them I knew insurance tactics. The adjuster had already low balled the damages. The 5th Wheel is under warranty & parts are in short supply. Nobody was hurt in the accident except my daughter is having nightmares... Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. I'm sorry for the stressful situation this accident has placed your family in. Unfortunately, as you have seen from your efforts, it is difficult to retain an attorney on a contingency basis when there are no...Read more »
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