Unless your causes of action are based on bad faith or other theories against the carrier, motor vehicle accident lawsuits are generally against the wrongdoer. In most states, this means the operator and registrant are named in the suit. If you have additional details that aren't included in...View More
I broke my right hand fingers in May and lost my Job in June and have been seeing a doctor and physical therapy to get my hand back and lost my insurance I'm July and they said thru don't have to cover any more medical treatment after July.
Yes, the insurance company can stop paying if you did not elect to continue your health insurance after losing your job. You do have 105 days from the date your employee health coverage ended to complete and submit your COBRA Election form with your premium payment. Your employee health coverage...View More
It is unclear from your question whether any claim of child abuse has been lodged, and further, whether the photo somehow includes a child whose custody is at issue. Evidence takes many forms both in civil matters and in family law cases. If a photo is properly authenticated (taken at the time...View More
Was wondering if this is an all encompassing clause? My house became contaminated by some sort of fumes related to criminal activity as some squatters/drug dealers moved into a nearby abandoned house and cooked up something that got into my vents and the whole house. I've dealt with the police... View More
I live in Texas and have an insurance from Texas as well. I was visiting my wife in Arizona and she got in accident driving my car. The insurance company asked me for proof of ownership of the vehicle I sent them a bill of sale for a full purchase date 02/08/2023 as I paid half of the price to my... View More
They sent me expired notice to get total loss vehicle it arrived 5:48.pm of day the letters expired and they are staring abandoned processing. They sent a letter saying total loss and getting approval for ACV check then waited 21 days to tell me no and get my vehicle off there lot and ok pay them... View More
Your legal rights and responsibilities depend heavily on who was at fault in causing the collision and resulting damages. If there is no agreement on this fundamental point, you will need to file a lawsuit so that a judge or jury can make that determination.
In this case other party ran a red light resulting in collision accident, but claim was denied by at fault driver insurer in that there was no witness at the scene- but never deny the fact that the other driver ran a red light!
other party claimed couldn't speak English and Police... View More
Texas does not allow a direct action against another driver’s insurance company. Sue the other driver directly. The other driver can then demand that his insurance company defend him and indemnify him from any judgment.
Our JP courts have jurisdiction up to $20,000. If the damage to...View More
I suspect police will tell you this is a civil matter. Because such a small amount of money is involved, a civil claim for this amount falls within the jurisdiction of Texas justice of the peace courts. Such courts handle “small claims” where the amount in controversy is less than $20,000....View More
My medical records related to auto injuries keep 'disappearing'. Ive been denied medical treatment for auto related injuries and constantly undermineded without any explanation. Now that I know, my insurer is admitting they made identification errors during the claims process and is fully... View More
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. It isn't clear why false allegations were made against you - unless you mean the matter was escalated to a SIU (Special Investigations Unit). It looks like there could be a number of issues to sort out here -...View More
Fortune 100 employer, ERISA policy. Sent written requests to Sedgwick 3x, 1st was 11/22. Will not return my calls. Employer states Sedgwick provides copy of policy/Summary Plan. Sedgwick advised STD policy exhausted from previous unrelated LOA; apply for LTD via Lincoln. Without policy & files,... View More
Under ERISA, the plan administrator (usually your employer) is required to provide plan documents to you within 30 days of your request. With both your employer and the insurance company refusing to provide you anything, you may need to get an attorney involved. Feel free to contact my office and...View More
I have two full time jobs and have full health insurance through both BCBS and United Healthcare. Both are refusing to pay because each claims i am primary on another policy. Each is trying to subvert themselves as secondary under ther other. This seems illegal
There are rather complex rules called coordination of benefits which address the situation when a patient has coverage under two health separate health care plans. These rules resolve which one is primary and which one is secondary.
It is definitely legal. There are a number of...View 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...View More
While I do not practice in TX, I may be able to provide some general guidance. I am assuming this was a covered loss and that what you are asking is what you can do when a carrier doesn't pay for invoices related to repairs from that covered loss. There are two main options you have and one...View More
Upon asking about the claim from all state all they saying you call when i ask for documentation invoice for me to beleive also valid non valid as per texas laws adjuster need to inform his clients 15 to 35 days fail to do fail to give me give me any information so i say refuse and if their so no... View More
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. From the limited facts of the post, it's a little difficult to figure out exactly what took place here. If you have pending claims against you, Allstate as your carrier should be assigning a claim representative or...View More
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. Until you're able to consult with a Texas attorney, you could ask your company what the problem is. If you do consult with an attorney here, they're going to want to know that. Good luck
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