2012 I was a passenger in a vehicle that was rear ended while we were at a dead stop, we were very clealy not at fault. We filed a claim with the insured and sought assistance from a certain attorney. After 2 years of back and forth it was decided...
Hard to say w/o more info but unless the insurance co. says "this plus your medical bills" it is probably just whatever the number is and you are responsible for the bills. Why don't you just get a new layer?See question
I was at a salon receiving an eye brow wax. The employee waxed off half my eyebrow. She did give me some filler to paint on every morning. I am deeply upset about this. The owner gave me the insurance companies information. What does this mean?
You may have a case depending on the damages. Call a local lawyer to see if they can help before you call the insurance company.See question
wrongful death suit his wife who,s not my mother is trying to excude us saying we had nothing to do with him it was not the case
You are a little unclear but all wrongful death settlements and distributions need to be approved by the probate court where the estate was opened after a hearing with notice given to all interested parties. Make sure your current address is in the probate file and that you are listed as a surviving relative.See question
Fell twice the day of surgery upon release. Called immediately to report. No recommendations given (er or office visit). Went to office several times with pain resulting from falls. Finally 3 mos into recovery and 12 weeks of physical therapy a...
It is hard to say in this kind of forum. You should call an experienced med mal lawyer who can decide whether to get the records after getting much more detail from you. There is a one year time limit in these cases so don't delay talking to a lawyer.See question
Missed this change that occurred when I renewed my policy. Also is there a separate item that you have to add to your policy for so called "med pay". If so, this was never mentioned when I purchased my policy, otherwise I would have added it
Not sure what you mean but you have to buy med-pay separately.See question
My husband was injured, 2nd degree burns from wet cement. The concrete delivery drivers, two separate drivers, signed my husband's name on the receipt and stuck the papers in the fence post. The receipts contained a warning about exposure to skin ...
More information is needed but your husband may have an Ohio Worker's Compensation claim which he should pursue and possibly a third party claim against one of the other parties. You can find a lawyer on Avvo. There are strict time limits.See question
I was hospitalized for eight days due to an overdose of medication because a prescription was filled incorrectly. The pharmacy is offering a settlement and I have no idea what is a reasonable amount. Could you help me?
Much more information is needed. Each case can be a little different and there are many factors which can come into play. An experienced lawyer can help you and might be worth the money to you.See question
My wife got in a accident in a parking lot. Other drivers fault. Her insurance company looks at car. Car is in both our names. We get a divorce. The insurance company sends my now ex wife $3300.00 for damages. The car is now in her name only. Sh...
I think this would best be handled thru your divorce lawyer.See question
I was in a wreck on August . A lady ran a stop sign and hit me. No my truck is at a wrecker service and her insurance is telling that the longer it sits there the more they are going to deduct off the offer that I have yet to receive.
If they want to move it at their cost maybe you should let them. Probably out to let your insurance handle it if you are getting a hassle.See question
I have insurance but the driver is not covered under my policy apparently so my insurance will not cover damages I still owe more than its worth will they be able to sue me for the car if I give it back in ohio
A permissive user is normally covered under insurance. Do you have an SR 22 bond or something? Is this person excluded under your policy for some reason? Assuming the person is not covered does your loan have pay-off insurance? Read it, some do. Otherwise, yes you still owe them the money and no you cannot just give it back.See question