insurance on their vehicle, can we legally require them to carry full coverage insurance or just that they can provide car insurance?
Call your insurance professional and seek input for the appropriate coverage and policy. Often times a GCL (General Commercial Liability) policy excludes operation of vehicles and personal auto coverage excludes using a vehicle for commercial purposes. Your insurance agent or broker should be able to help. If you employees are in the scope of employment, liability will flow to you or your company.See question
uninsured motorcyclist trying to sue for $150,000 against uninsured automobile driver
The injured party may be entitled to damages from the negligent driver for personal injuries or damages. The insured status of the negligent driver is not relevant for filing suit. However, an uninsured driver may not have any assets against which to collect a judgment for damages. That's where insurance provides payment for their insured's negligence. Without insurance a significant effort is made to obtain a judgment that may cannot be collected.See question
My father passed awayand was representing himself on a dyed fuel case with the state of Illinois, what happens if I appear on his behalf but the state fails to appear
Unless you are the administrator or executor of your father's estate, you can not appear for your deceased father. A lawyer will be needed to represent your deceased father as the litigation proceeds. In all likelihood the Estate of your father will need to substitute for him in the litigation. Regarding the State not appearing, we would need to know more, including whether the State was properly served.See question
I am looking for advice regarding a medical bill. I had insurance at the time I went to see my doctor. The claim was never paid by my insurance. The unpaid amount was sent to collection by my doctors office. After contacting my insurance they ...
If the doctor or his staff did not submit the claim to your insurance company in a timely manner, and his untimely submission jeopardized your coverage, then the doctor should be estopped (prevented) from trying to collect from you directly. Your doctor's failure to follow the requirements of the insurance company resulted in you going without coverage. The doctor should not have submitted the bill for collection to his attorneys. Try explaining the situation to his lawyers and they may stop collection attempts.See question