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Posted over 2 years ago.

If they were able to do that, wouldn't I have been entitled to better coverage, a better settlement, etc? I know it has been uite a long time, which is why I asked. However, the call from their insurance company (after mine began paying for bills) came after we were told they had no insurance. And, as I said, the case was settled pretty close to the s of l. So, it was something that had never crossed my mind after more than two years.

Janice Rourke Hugener
Janice Rourke Hugener, Business Attorney - San Francisco, CA
Posted over 2 years ago.

Unfortunately, the statute of limitations may bar whatever claim you have or think you have based on fraud, misrepresentation, etc. Just be sure, you might want to consider compiling all of your paperwork and having a local attorney who specializes in insurance disputes take a look at it. Avvo's Find a Lawyer webpage is a good resource for this (many attorneys offer a free consultation). Good luck!

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Posted over 2 years ago.

I will definitely look there.. I've tried to find some looking in Google but haven't had much luck. Also, one other thought, wouldn't their insurance company be liable for that? Considering, when I told her what I thought she left it as is and let me continue to think that?

Janice Rourke Hugener
Janice Rourke Hugener, Business Attorney - San Francisco, CA
Posted over 2 years ago.

Since I don't have all the facts and haven't seen any documents, I'm sorry but I have insufficient information upon which to base a response. Your best move is to have a local insurance coverage attorney review all your paperwork to see if there is any wiggle room left for you to pursue further relief. Best of luck ;)