As all the other attorneys have responded, the insurance company has no duty to you. They want to drag this out and tease you into thinking they will take care of you until the statute of limitations runs out after two years. Once that happens you cannot recover for the accident from anybody. If it has already been more than a year then time is quickly counting down. You need to speak with one of us local personal injury lawyers ASAP.
Another reason why you need to speak with a personal...
I would also encourage you to hire a local personal injury lawyer. Hiring a lawyer to help negotiate with the insurance company may be enough to get a reasonable offer out of them. However, your attorney may need to proceed with litigation to arrive at a fair recovery for your injuries. I'm sure you can find several qualified personal injury attorneys in your area.
What pay rate were you hired to receive? If you were only promised minimum wage then I'm not sure there is a legal issue with them voluntarily paying you more sometimes, although it could create complicated problems down the road. You should ask the owners why they do that. It may be that they are doing it to be nice since they are cutting your hours.
If the policy was transferred and the original policy declined PIP and UIM/UM then the new insurer could not add those options back in without your approval. You should start by looking at the original policy or your last statement from the first insurer to see whether you had PIP and/or UIM/UM.
1. It is not a bad idea for you to have your own attorney to help review the terms of the decree and negotiate a fair division of property and child issues.
2. If you have waived your right to sign on to the decree then only the petitioner and his or her attorney will sign. If you have not waived your right then you must also sign.
3. It is rare for a judge to change terms in a decree that has been signed by the parties. There should not be any changes made after you sign the decree. If...