I was stopped at a redlight when some guy rear ended my vehicle theee times, he hut backed up and hit again two more times. I got his registration and insurance info, but he said he didn't have his license on him, i told him i was making a report ...
You can file suit against the other driver to recovery for the damage to your vehicle and your out of pocket expenses. You can may also be able to sue him for your personal injuries depending on how severe they are and your insurance. You should review your coverage with your agent and consider adding underinsured and uninsured motorist coverage which is meant for this type of situation. I also would recommend that you select full tort coverage if you do not already have it. Best of luck with your claim.See question
I settled a personal injury case in September for the amount of $30,000.00 and just received my "final settlement check" for only $3,594.00. My layer took his 40% which came out to $12,000. Plus another $13,905.50 for "less out of pocket expenses"...
If you did not receive a detailed Statement of Distribution itemizing all of your costs, you should do so. The $13,905 may include expert reports and medical expenses which had to be reimbursed from your share of the settlement. The Attorney's fee is based upon the total amount of your settlement. You should have been asked to review and sign the Schedule of Distribution before you received you check. All costs, expert fees and medical expenses are to be deducted from your share. You should discuss the costs with your attorney and ask for a reduction of the costs if you feel they are excessive.See question
At red light, rearended. Braced impact with both hands on dashboard. Dr dx with Whiplash with Loc. X-ray positive spondylosis of cervical spine, pain in thoracic and lumbar. Waiting mri's. Neurologist +nerve damage b/l hands CTS. Excruciating ner...
You have been in a very serious accident and a fair settlement will depend on the duration of your injuries, amount of treatment and any permanent injuries. Only after you have completed your treatment can an attorney fairly evaluate your claim. You are entitled to be compensated for your pain and suffering, loss of income, unpaid medical expenses and any out of pocket losses. If you are not currently represented by an attorney, your should be and if you are, you should be discussing this with your attorney. If you are not represented, AVVO is a great resource for locating great attorneys near you. Best of luck with your medical recovery and claim.See question
I was rear-ended buy commercial vehicle my wage loss was supposed to start five days after accident I've been out of work 7 months and still no payment I sent profit and loss scedual c taxes and 1040 individual tax papers I'm self employed busines...
Your prior tax returns and profit and loss statement year to date for the year of your accident should be sufficient. Your insurance carrier normally has 30 days from the receipt of you income information to pay your wage loss claim. If it fails to do so, you have the right to file suit against it and may be entitled to recover additional compensation if there was bad faith involved. You should promptly hire an attorney specializing in personal injury claims to obtain your lost wage benefits and to represent you in your claim against the vehicle that struck you. The vehicle that struck you is responsible for your lost wages to the extent they exceed your wage loss benefits under your policy. AVVO is great resource to locate qualified attorneys near you. Best of luck with your medical recovery and claim.See question
I was out and let someone hold my car I didn't know. They got into a minor accident but fled. I was contact by the state police. What should I expect now???
Notify your insurance company of the claim and provide them with the name of the individual driving your car. Be sure to tell your insurance company that the driver was operating your car with your permission.See question
Can I sue cause of the permanent damage the medication did to my kidneys
If the medication did not disclose the risk of kidney damage, or if your doctor failed to properly monitor the drug the answer may be yes. Much more information is necessary to evaluate your potential claim. You should discuss you case with an attorney specializing in medical malpractice cases. AVVO is a great resource for locating attorneys in your area. Best of luck with your potential case.See question
I forgot my due date for my insurance renewal however it lapsed I was traveling from MD to Pa. as I was about to leave the area we visited in Pa. I was coming into a sharp turn another vehicle crossed center line and hit me head on causing the two...
You are entitled to recover for the property damages to you vehicle and for your personal injuries if the other driver is convicted of driving under the influence. Your passengers can recover for their injuries as well. You should immediately contact an attorney specializing in personal injuries. AVVO is a great resource for locating qualified attorneys. Best of luck with your case.See question
A guy ran a red light and hit me on the passenger side of my car
Unfortunately, there is not enough information in your question. Generally, if you were uninsured and you were the owner of the car you were driving, then you can only recover for your injuries if you have a "serious injury". The other driver's insurance is responsible for the damage to your car and for any out of pocket non-medical expenses. You should consult with an attorney specializing in personal injury cases. AVVO is a good resource for locating one near you. Best of luck with your case.See question
I have the state minimum coverage. So did the at fault driver. He was delivering pizza. His insurance says their exempt from paying for injuries because he did not notify them he was using his vehicle for business purposes. I have limited tort and...
Yes; however, your injuries still must be serious enough to overcome your Limited Tort Selection if you are looking to be compensated for your pain and suffering. You should consult with an attorney specializing in personal injury cases in order to protect your rights. AVVO is a great resource for locating qualified attorneys.
Best of luck with you claim.
I was rear-ended at a stop light in Philadelphia PA in my vehicle. My friend was the driver as I was the passenger. Can my friend sue my insurance?
If the accident happened in your car, and the driver did not own a car, then your insurance company is responsible for paying the driver's medical bills up to the limit of medical insurance you have selected. The driver can not bring a claim against you or your insurance company for his injuries, unless the driver who struck you was uninsured or underinsured and you elected uninsured and underinsured motorist coverage.See question