Defending a suit may be costly and because you we're not insured, you will have to pay for attorney fees and any judgment out of pocket. You may want to see a local bankruptcy attorney for your bankruptcy options.
Yes, you can file a claim against her insurance. If you daughter has med-pay, she may also be able to file a claim against her own insurance to cover her medical trwatments. Feel free to call my office to make a free consultation appointment ag 424-262-0529.
Sorry to hear about your daughter. I think you're right in looking to have an attorney take the case. In general, personal injury attorneys will give you a free consultation and work on contingency. Try to find an attorney immediately before more time goes by so you can preserve your rights as much as possible. Good luck!
Like my colleague above said, your insurance should pay for the car to be fixed. However, if you have a $600 deductible, that would only leave you with $100. At this point, you may want to try bargaining with the body shop to see if they are willing to lower the fee. Good luck!
An experienced attorney will be able to refer you to a Dr. that will work on a lien basis. Thus, the Dr. will get paid out of your settlement and you won't have to pay anything out of pocket. We handle complicated cases all the time. Feel free to contact my office for an appointment at 424-262-0529. Hope you feel better soon.
Hope you're ok. Generally, the car going straight on a green light has the right of way. If you would like an attorney to handle you case, please give me a call at 424-262-0529. I offer free consultations and only collect a fee when you get paid a settlement.
Generally, social security cannot be garnished and/or leved, however, people generally have more assets then they remember. If they do try to collect, you can always contact a local bankruptcy attorney or try to negotiate with the collection agency to see of they are willing to take less.
In CA, if the mortgage is a purchase money loan, then it is non-recourse loan. However, if you have refinanced or have a second mortgage, the loan may be recourse. It would be wise to have an attorney read through your loan documents. Further, there may be tax consequences if the property forecloses outside bankruptcy. Sometimes lenders will send you a 1099 for balance, if they write off the loan. I would suggest speaking to a local attorney, who can look through the loan documents to see...