As long as you cooperate the insurance company should be obligated to defend you in a negligence suit filed because of a automobile accident. I suggest you talk to the attorney that they have retained to represent you. And if they do decide not to defend you then you should contact an attorney regarding the actual coverage provided by the insurance company.
If you filed on your own insurance and it paid for the property damage then your insurance company may or may not go to the at fault insurance company for payment. The insurance companies have agreements with each to work out these disputes. Since the property has been satisfied by your company the at fault company will have no responsibility to you for the property damage. This does not however, eliminate your option to seek other damages such as for injuries. And it should not interfere...
Its always a good idea to have someone who specializes in dealing with insurance companies, case evaluations and personal injury litigation look at your case. Remember insurance companies are not your friends. They are in the business of making money. They do this by not paying claims or attempting to settle legitimate claims on the cheap.
You need to consult with a qualified personal injury attorney.
You need to get the insurance information from him/her and file a claim immediately. Also, your question does not indicate if you called the police or not to investigate the accident, if not you should. I would likewise notify your insurance company.
Typically if a car rear-ends another it is presumed to have been following to closely and thus their fault. However you will see from time to time a defense of sudden emergency or unavoidable accident by the person who hit you. These are...
The advice listed above is all good. Remember insurance companies are not your friends. Should you need to file an uninsured claim on your own insurance this will still apply. Contact a personal injury attorney with car accident experience. Good Luck
I wouldn't worry just yet. Just keep an open line of communication with your attorney. It the settlement agreement requires payment within 15 days then talk to your attorney after that date has expired. If not then sometimes it takes a little time to get the documents and the checks together.
Yes, absolutely. There are several factors that need to be considered immediately. You need to preserve evidence and possible get an accident reconstruction. Insurance companies do not like cases with drinking involved. An attorneys help will maximize any value that you may have.
Slip n Fall cases in Texas are extremely difficult cases to handle. Add in the fact that your situation involves Walmart, basically an 800 pound gorilla, and its even more difficult. You need to contact an attorney immediately that has experience going after Walmart. There may be video of the accident and it might disappear if you don't act quickly. My partner has had a lot of success suing Walmart for damages such as yours. We would be happy to have a free consultation with you at your...
The answer is most likely. You have to review all safety equipment on site. State, city and local statutes and ordinances for violations. And many other variables. They are complex cases but can be successful. I have recently tried and settled a similar case in Houston for a apartment complex drowning. The city inspections and code violations help with that case. You should contact a personal injury attorney who have experience with these types of cases.
Obviously every case is unique. Damages in every case are also unique. They depend on medical billings, lost wages, other out of pocket expenses and also non-economic damages such as pain and suffering, etc. You should have a personal injury attorney evaluate your case. Do not visit with the insurance company without having done so first and certainly prior to signing anything from the insurance company.