I am so sorry to learn that your dog was not treated well, you should be upset and there is much rage that should be directed at Delta.
Unfortunately however in the eyes of the law, dogs are viewed as property and not as people. There is a lot of well settled law barring this type of action for pain and suffering. You can recover for actual damage caused and treatment but not pain and suffering of an animal. As a result of this trauma the dog may require re-training which would be...
There are many unaddressed questions lying herein more important than whether he paid you or not. Had he paid you might even make it your responsibility to make sure it was safe.
His homeowners should have some Medical Payments coverage which they should pay out for your medical bills up to whatever the limit of coverage is because you were injured on his property regardless of fault. This coverage however is usually very small, normally around $1,000.00
Recovering for your damages above...
The auto carrier will likely deny coverage that however does not excuse the persons liability for there actions. You will likely have to bring suit on a case like this against the friend to ry to get his own insurance to step in.
Yes, you need to report this to your insurer for your own protection. An insurer can deny coverage if a loss is not reported timely. By not reporting the accident you expose yourself and make dealing with the insurer more problamatic.Other injuries are likely surface in the coming weeks and these small cases often turn into something more where you need the insurers help.
This is what we buy insurance for, let the carrier do their job, you need to do yours and have an obligation under your...
Unfortunately there is no clear answer, but in my opinion based upon this limited information I would say arguably not. Negligence requires a duty and a breach of that duty. Here a girlfriend (arguably) has no legal duty to provide assistance under this scenario. Now if she provided the drugs or did something else to increase the risk of injury or to prevent someone else from renderring aid than possibly.
The officers findings are not a final judgment but merely his opinion and interpertation. The insurance company will or should do their own investigation. They will of course consider what the officer said but it is not binding.
If you disagree with the Insurers conclusion you can bring a lawsuit against the responsible party. The insurer decision does not bar you from suing the person you believe is at fault.
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Your question is too vague, taxes are generally paid on Income. Making a deposit should not trigger a tax per se. Cash deposits of $10,000 or over are reported. If you are pulling 35K out an account somewhere to pay down your mortgage there would be not tax consequence.
If you care to elaborate I can provide more guidance.