Rahlita D. Thornton's answer We assist injured victims in accident cases. Depending on your injuries it is possible that both companies could be liable to pay for your damages. 888-3434LAW or 888-343-4529.
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.
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
Timur Akpinar's answer I do not practice in Texas but your question remains open for three weeks. An experienced attorney familiar with insurance law (including underwriting issues) should be able to provide guidance.
Reid Adam Winthrop's answer If you have liability only insurance, then you are likely not covered for any damage or harm to you or the passengers of your vehicle. You should review your policy to determine the coverages.
Grant St Julian III's answer The statute of limitations is tolled once the charging instrument is filed with the court. The statute is 2 years for misdemeanor cases in Texas, but once the case is filed with the Court, the statute of limitations no longer is an issue. For a 2002 case, however, they may be other issues you can present in Court, but the warrant must be removed before a court date can be scheduled. Contact an attorney in the city where the warrant is pending.
Steven Pate Harrelson's answer You should check your insurance policy to determine whether he was an excluded driver. It's possible that your insurance will still cover the accident, depending on the insurer. However, it's likely that there's an exclusion for allowing someone to drive the car who is not a licensed driver. Secondly, you should be concerned about a potential lawsuit against you for negligent entrustment, which is a cause of action in Texas. You should contact your insurer ASAP to notify them of this claim...
Peter N. Munsing's answer Understand the playing field. It's not the Kelly blue book but the NADA blue book that matters (or the McClean Hunter Market report called the red book). Value is what sons car would be worth the minute before the crash. Look on cars.com and you'll get a better idea--use a 450 mile radius and look for dealers, not the Craigs list Charlenes of the used car world.
Unless you wan to hire an appraiser you are a bit stuck. If you have collision on it go through that.
Matthew Zarghouni's answer When you say storage fees are you referring to a storage lot? The simple answer is yes, the insurance company for the person at fault should pay for storage fees. It is best to contact them quickly to seek proper course of action because storage fees add up very fast. You will likely have to pay the fees and submit to insurance company for reimbursement.
Peter N. Munsing's answer Congratulations on your award. You can do that. However if you were hurt you may want to talk to an injury attorney first as there may be issues created by a property only judgment. Call the attorney now before the time to appeal the judgment to the court of general jurisdiction is passed; don't call the insurance until it's passed though.
Peter N. Munsing's answer Send the claim to the station with a copy, and ask them to forward the copy to their carrier. If they are a franchise (shell, Exxon, BP etc) send a claim to corporate. That doesn't get a response file a small claims case. Most attorneys would say this is the one time we say may as well do it yourself , but get a consult from a consumer attorney. Go to www.naca.net
Peter N. Munsing's answer You have to appeal the Long term Disabiltiy cut off. Not sure why medicare isn't covering you--a good Medicare B would mean no deductibles. As to your auto, check and make sure that when you bought it you didn't purchase disability coverage. Even if you are sure you didn't, it sometimes happens you did.Talk to a member of the Texas Trial Lawyers Assn who handles long term care insurance issues.
Peter N. Munsing's answer If you have collision let them deal with it; if not, send her the estimate with a letter stating that her insurance says she didn't pay and it cancelled, that if she doesn't pay or respond you will ask the DMV to suspend her license and report her as not having insurance to the police.If you were hurt you may have uninsured motorist coverage--contact a member of the Texas Trial Lawyers Assn--they give free consults.
Edward J. Kazaleh's answer It may also be possible to establish ownership by adverse possession or file a lawsuit to clear up title. It really depends how large or valuable the land is? I'd like to look into it for you with a no obligation free evaluation. Maybe we could work something out. Please send me specifics by email or mail.
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