I was hit by an uninsured and non-lisensed driver (maybe revoked). I am fully cover by insurance, will the insurance company or the courts go after the one at fault to pay my deductible.
Your insurance company will go after the other driver for the property damage payments it made (and your deductible) if it makes economic sense to do so.
It will not pursue any personal injury claim that you may have. If you have that type of claim you will have to do it on your own. That claim will likely involve making a claim against your own insurance company under your uninsured motorist insurance company.See question
I had the green arrow to make a left turn. As I proceeded to turn other driver was speeding through the light which had turned red for him & we collided. He gave a conflicting story that his light was green. Police couldn't determine who was @ fau...
I am not sure from the information presented why you are trying to prove the other driver liable. But, in general, if you want to recover money for property damage or personal injury you will have to prove the fault of the other driver. Your odds of proving fault on the other driver increase if an independent witness credibily says that the other driver did not have a green light.
If you have a personal injury an experienced personal injury will lawyer will present this information and help you make a financial recovery for your injuries. If there is a question of "who is at fault" it will be very difficult for you to win a personal injury case without an experienced lawyer assisting you.See question
Someone hit me now I'm getting phone calls when I'm going to pay
An experienced personal injury attorney can help you collect monies for medical bills, lost wages and more IF the other person involved in the wreck is determined to be at fault AND IF that person has insurance coverage or other means to pay.
So, if the wreck was caused by another person you may wish to seek out an injury lawyer to help you. The deadline for taking legal action against the other driver is one year from the date of the wreck (assuming the wreck occurred in Tennessee).
I'm 17, I had a car accident when I was 16. It was the other person's fault. I was injured and still going thru treatment for it. Considering that I am not 18 my parents are sueing the other person's insurance company to cover medical bills, pain ...
Under Tennessee law, a minor receives any award for pain and suffering, lost of earnings or earning capacity, and any damages other than medical expenses and loss of services. If the case is resolved before the minor's 18th birthday, the money is held by the Court until the minor's 18th birthday absent very unusual circumstances. The Court is also required to approve any settlement of a claim involving a minor and will be sure that this law is enforced.
If the monies are received after the minor's 18th birthday, the minor's (now legal adult's) monies will go directly to him and his lawyer.See question
And would it be the elevator manufacturer or the building owner who might be liable. Please respond. Thank you.
The difficulty in proving negligence depends on the facts of the particular case. Many times, elevators fail because of problems with maintanence. This may be the fault of the building owner, the maintanence company, or both.
An experienced lawyer can help you investigate and evaluate this matter.See question
had plpd coverage company had full coverage I went hosp nose I thought broke lots bruise pain what do I do
The mere fact that airbags did not deploy in your crash does not mean that the airbags malfunctioned. Airbags are designed to deploy only under certain conditions, including change in velocity, angle of impact, etc. So, the specifics concerning the impact are essential to determining whether or not the airbags should have deployed.
Second, from a practical standpoint, the cost of proving that an airbag should have deployed and that the failure of the airbag to deploy caused injuries that would not have otherwise is occurred is very high. Oftentimes, both accident re-constructionists and bio-mechanical engineering experts are necessary.
Given the injuries as described above, it is probably not feasible to file an airbag claim here even if the airbag should have deployed. That said, if you want to keep open the option to file such a claim be sure to preserve the car (with no alterations) and seek out legal advice as soon as possible.See question
The statue on our car accident tolls 10/19/2015. The other party is 100% at fault and their insurance has stated so. The insurance company is working with us, but if we can't come to an agreement of pain and suffering and items like that, can I ...
The best way to protect the deadline is to file suit against the responsible party or parties within the one year period required by law. There is another way to accomplish this, but it presents several risks and you should not attempt to do it on your own.
Filing suit without the help of a lawyer to is also fraught with danger, and if you want to continue handling this on your own you may wish to hire a lawyer for the limited purpose of preparing, filing, and serving the necessary papers.
Do not, under any circumstances, have a verbal agreement with the insurance company to extend the deadline for filing suit. Indeed, do not enter into a written agreement that purports to extend the deadline without having it reviewed by a lawyer and understanding the full impact of entering into such an agreement.See question
He lost millions of my dollars. I feel they are responsible for hiring someone "crazy" and dangerous to manage my money.
If you entrusted your money to a broker who worked for Morgan Stanley you will need a lawyer with expertise in handling disputes between brokerage houses and their clients. Frequently, there is an arbitration provision in the agreement with the client and there are lawyers who specialize in this type of arbitration. Act quickly to protect your rights.See question
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There is not enough information here to give you much advice, but you should (a) turn the claim into your insurance company and (b) consider prompting talking with an experienced personal injury lawyer if you received any injuries in the crash.See question
After the accident it was determined the cab company did not have any insurance as it had lapsed due to nonpayment. I had to have surgery, and have permanent nerve damage in one of my limbs. My UIM policy is only 50,000. Can I go after my polic...
The fact that a person or company does not insurance does not mean that they are not responsible for what they do. Depending on the organization, assets, liabilities and cash flow of the cab company may still be a viable defendant. A lawyer who has the opporunity to learn all of the facts can guide you through this process.See question