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  • Being sued for car accident

    Involve in car accident on interstate, to close to white line, she hit my truck and spun me to the other side of interstate. No one claimed injury, refused medical care frm police a ambulance. Received a letter from tv atty suing me for loss of en...

    Patrick’s Answer

    You need to contact your insurance company immediately and let them know that you have been sued. Your insurance company should hire a lawyer to defend you.

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  • I own a small towing company and have $750,000.00 in on hook insurance. while operating my truck i had a chain break and

    seriously injure me, costing many thousands of dollars in med bills my question is .if on hook insurance is to pay for damage or injuries if someone is injured by my truck ,why did they refuse to pay for any of mine. I had a TN State Trooper tell ...

    Patrick’s Answer

    You should review the terms of your policy carefully to determine if it provides coverage for accidental injuries to you. You should probably contact an attorney for assistance in reviewing the policy and evaluating potential claims.

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  • Is insurance company liable if I have a suspended license?

    I was involved in a car accident and I was driving on a suspended license. The other person involved was at fault. Is her insurance still liable for damages done to my car? The accident happened 4 days ago and I have already reinstated and got a n...

    Patrick’s Answer

    Her insurance should be responsible for the damages done to your car if the wreck was her fault. It should not matter that you were driving on a suspended license.

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  • Non- competition clause on an employment agreement in Michigan

    I got a legal notice from my employer stating a breach of non-competition clause in the employment agreement. My employer is in Michigan and my work location is in Tennessee. There is a vendor between my employer and the end-client. Does the non-c...

    Patrick’s Answer

    You should have an attorney review the non-competition agreement. The specific language of the agreement should be analyzed by an attorney to determine whether it applies to employment with the end-client. The document may also have a "choice of law" clause that says what state's law controls the interpretation of the agreement. Here is a recent blog post on the evaluation of non-compete agreements in Tennessee:

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