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1 Answer | Asked in Personal Injury, Insurance Bad Faith, Social Security and Workers' Compensation for Texas on

Q: I was injured in 2014, qualified for SSDI and my LTD insurance cut me off in April 2016. What recourse do I have?

My injury is a fractured foot with torn ligaments/tendons and 5 herniated cervical discs. When Medicare started in July 2016, I scheduled the corrective surgery on my foot and am still recovering. I will have to go through physical therapy and rehab for strengthening and weight bearing. I still... Read more »

Peter N. Munsing answered on Aug 23, 2016

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... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Insurance Bad Faith and Car Accidents for Texas on

Q: My car got hit in the back got her insurance no police report insurance denied the payment I call her she don't answer

On accident no police report it was her fault she hit my car in the back estimate cost 2000$ to fix it I got insurance called them they give me estimate but insurance denied payment she didn't pay insurance afterwards I call her she doesn't respond what should I

Peter N. Munsing answered on Aug 19, 2016

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... Read more »

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Q: We sell a pc land in refugio county, tx, are unable to get a title policy due to missing chain of title. what can I do ?

We are selling a piece if land in regugio county, texas. we went thru title company for 3 month since Oct-2013. This week, they send us an e-mail. "Unfortunately, we are unable to issue a title policy for the subject

property because of an insufficient chain of title. "

we have... Read more »

Edward J. Kazaleh answered on Feb 26, 2014

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... Read more »

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Q: My health insurance was canceled because bank didnt make the payment.

Mark Steven Humphreys answered on Sep 30, 2011

This does not appear to be insurance bad faith law. You may have a claim against your bank depending on exactly what happened. Many more details are needed.

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Q: My daughter and young son were rear-ended last November. The other driver's insur. co.Allstate, still has not paid claim

Mark Steven Humphreys answered on Sep 30, 2011

If you submitted a request to them to pay and they have not, then you will need an attorney to get involved. It may be necessary to file a lawsuit. Allstate is one of the more difficult companies to deal with when making a personal injury claim.

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