The insurance company continues to remove my documents that I have uploaded to their website and to which I was instructed to do so by the claims team. I have asked via text and email as to why this is happening and have not received a response. This has been happening every time I upload a... Read more »
answered on Jan 29, 2023
A Washington attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. One option is to ask them if there is a technical glitch with either the site or the formatting of the documents, and if so, will they accept hard copies by certified mail. Also ask them if they are downloading... Read more »
My insurance company cut their contract with my healthcare provider in January 2021 without my knowledge. Now, they won't cover 80% of my bills for dialysis despite being my main insurance. When we signed up, we agreed to pay 20% while my insurance pays the rest. I've been attempting to... Read more »
answered on Sep 27, 2022
A Washington attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. It could depend on the coverage of the policy and the terms of the denial. Denials sometimes outline available recourses, such as appeals, arbitration, or the civil litigation that you ask about. If you arranged... Read more »
Insurance company states I should have left vehicle in downtown traffic for the 24 hours it took their tow truck to arrive. Do I have any recourse?
answered on Sep 1, 2022
A Washington attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. It could depend on how you moved the car. At the same time, to your credit, the location of the car may not have left you with the choice of waiting 24 hours to move it. This depends on a closer look at... Read more »
My partner has been denied coverage for a severe neck issue because her symptoms do not meet the criteria for medical necessity.
Her doctor, however, believes that she does met that criteria.
answered on Jan 17, 2022
A Washington attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week, and it appears that your partner is in need of medical attention. Only a local attorney could advise on civil procedure aspects of suing insurance carriers in terms of the question you pose. But some general... Read more »
I sue a insurance company for 1million when they should have paid out 2.3
Can I get more for bad fath If my med bills was 600.000 and the insurance policy limit is 500.000 the umi is 500.000 shouldn't I have gotten 1.2
answered on Aug 27, 2020
A Washington attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. If you are represented by an attorney, she or he is really the only one suited to address your question. But as a general matter, a bad faith claim does not arise simply because an insurance carrier does not... Read more »
Now would that cover the son while driving a uninsured truck or can I sue him
answered on Aug 3, 2020
You can always make a claim against someone who hits you with a vehicle. If I'm understanding your question correctly, I think your asking whether the father (and therefor his insurance) might also cover your injuries. The answer is "maybe." You need a lawyer to help you figure... Read more »
answered on Jul 6, 2020
A Washington attorney could answer this best, but your question remains open for a week. Depending on how the situation unfolded, it could result in assault charges. A criminal defense attorney could offer better insight here than a personal injury attorney. Good luck
If a plaintiff succeeds in small claims court and receives a judgment, can the loser (defendant) later file a lawsuit in King County Superior Court over the same matter? This involves an auto accident in which each party blames the other. The matter was heard in King County District (Small... Read more »
answered on Jun 28, 2020
This is something a Washington attorney should advise on, as it involves state court practices. But your question remains open for three weeks. As a GENERAL matter, it's unlikely that a suit would be filed against you if the matter stems from the same claim/controversy and involves the same... Read more »
answered on Apr 23, 2020
Check with the insurance commissioner. If the wreck wasn't your fault, the other person should be paying.
"Washington State law states that once your vehicle is parked it is no longer considered to be an automobile". Next step to contest???
answered on Jan 8, 2020
You likely have a Labor and Industry claim, but you need to provide much more information. The best response is to call an attorney and set up an appointment to speak about the specific facts of your claim. Most law firms, including our own, provided no-fee consultations. Feel free to reach out... Read more »
The petitioner was a secondary insured for Respondent. Petitioner totaled his car and submitted a claim to Safeco, he died 10 days later of a heart attack, not related to the accident. Safeco wrote the insurance check out to Respondent and Petitioner. I asked the insurance to write the check in my... Read more »
answered on Oct 22, 2019
Looks like you have to open an estate. If the decedent died because of his injuries there is a claim and you would want to speak with a member of the State of Washington Assn for Justice in the county where it happened--they give free consults.
Need someone who can help facilitate the dealings with Sedgewick, who is Boeing's private insurer, because they can't seem to get things right on a case that has been going on for 10+ years. Had 5 foot surgeries 10+ years ago. Finally got fixed with 5th one. About 1-1/2 years ago,... Read more »
answered on Jun 25, 2019
You mention a widely recognized and well-liked workers' comp carrier and working graveyard shift. This looks like a WC case - you've posted in good categories but if you add Workers' Comp to your categories, hopefully one of the WC attorneys could pick up your question if this is... Read more »
Cigna did not coordinate their benefits with Nathan's primary insurance coverage through Regence. Cigna did not cover any copays for 3 years. We didn't quite understand the magnitude until speaking to our pharmacy and doing some investigating. We spent hours and hours collecting print... Read more »
answered on May 9, 2019
If you have received bad checks, you can recover from the company issuing the checks the costs of collecting the amount of the check, including attorney's fees, interest on the amount of the check which accrues at the rate of twelve percent per annum from the date of dishonor; and three... Read more »
If a Washington State (exempt) agency knowingly false reported, selectively deleted protected permanent records, committed fraud and theft $588,000 and intentionally neglected claimant to cause death can they be sued under tort law?
answered on Sep 23, 2018
You would need to discuss this with a Washington attorney at the soonest. I do not practice in Washington but your question was not picked up for four weeks. If you are contemplating legal action, you should consult with an attorney without delay because there could be notice of claim filing... Read more »
My friend was involved in a three car collision recently. She was rear-ended by a vehicle which slammed her car into the car ahead of hers. The same insurance company that insures my friend is the same insurance carrier for the individual's vehicle that slammed into her from behind. The... Read more »
answered on Jul 26, 2018
It's handled by different divisions within the company normally. Happens all the time, but I understand what you are saying; it looks like a clear conflict.
Then of course if her carrier pays some of her medical bills, it can require compensation from the other driver's insurer;... Read more »
We had no time to look into our other options. At 24/hr, the premium is $900/month for a family, and it would only cover 50% and the deductible was insanely high. My husband filled it all out because he didn't want us to be without coverage. We searched around and found options for my daughter... Read more »
answered on Apr 2, 2018
You can complain to the HR Department
My house was hit by a truck due to driver's medical condition.
However, both my home owner’s insurance, and driver's insurance all denied their coverage. My home insurance agent excuse is because I was not living there when the accident happened. (I rented... Read more »
answered on Aug 10, 2017
Get the policies. Get the police report. State Farm's claim is based on a "sudden emergency. " That's only good if they can show he didn't have that condition before. Even with a heart attack,the person knows it's coming, can go to the side of the road to have it.... Read more »
I had worked for about 10 years in a large manufacturing firm before my medical condition forced me unable to continue. I had an active LTD paying benifits for about a year before they decided to discontinue. I disputed their unjust decision as many times as they allowed for appeals with no win... Read more »
answered on Apr 14, 2017
Look for an attorney who handles ERISA claims--strt with the State of Washington Assn for Justice--they give free consults. However, 15 years is in most cases way too late for a case like yours.
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