Started a small home based business. The only equipment we have is a printer thus far. Do we need insurance?
There are different kinds of coverage. It depends on whether you will have people coming on the property for purposes related to the business. You may also want to look into insurance for lost records, loss of businesses income because house is damaged and can't operate business. There is insurance for employee related issues. Insurance for possible lawsuits.
Speak to an insurance agent knowledgeable with business coverage insurance.
Long story short, I got into a car accident on February 10th! Someone rear ended me while I was stopped at a red light! My nephew was in the back seat where the point of impact was! I was also currently pregnant and my stomach hit the steering whe...
As to the car damage, the insurance company can "total" the car. They look at the cost of repair vs. its value immediately before the collision and most times will only consider repairing if the cost of repair is 85% or less of that value before collision. Sometimes they will consider allowing you to keep the car, though you have to consider the hassles involved with salvage title and other issues. They will also press for an decision quickly as they are paying for rental car and storage of the vehicle.
Of course, your physical damages are a completely separate and more complicated issues.
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Dec. 6th, 2014, I was walking and was hit by a car, it was a hit & run. I suffered very badly and spent 2 months in the hospital & 6 months in a nursing home to get physical therapy. My life will never be the same and I don't even know who did it ...
You can use UM coverage thY you have on a car and the UM of anyone in your residence, but you need to be cautious how you approach both the insurance companies and the medical providers.
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If my Uninsured Motorist Coverage-Reduced by At-Fault Liability Limits is lower than the at-fault driver’s liability coverage, for example, $25,000 vs. $50,000, how will my Uninsured Motorist Coverage-Reduced by At-Fault Liability Limits break out...
Is it add on UM?
Say i hit someone in the back and I've been waiting for the police for two hours now. No one is hurt and i only smashed the back light.
Just to be safe, I would stay at the scene until the police arrive so that you can be sure the officer gets the correct story from you. You don't want to find out later that the other driver said he saw you doing something you were not doing that would make the case against you worse. I would also get the names of witnesses and take pics of your car and the other driver's car while you are waiting.
Sidney Weinstein, Attorney At Law
I'm 19 years old, i just home from college the other day and my mom asked me to put up my sister from the hospital early in the morning because she works long shifts and gets tired. I have never driven on the road before and i was pulled over for ...
I concur with the other attorneys above. Hire an attorney. It will be worth the money. Find an attorney that is regularly in that court in that county/city.
Sidney Weinstein, Attorney At Law
I have to plan a surgery which I have been diagonised to do. I have to change my insurance provider to get a better plan, so How would a medical insurance company know if I have pre-existing condition or if I schedule a surgery with in a week or two
You will be required to disclose your pre-existing conditions when you apply for the new policy. Having said that, if you are obtaining new Obamacare insurance through the exchange, you can't be denied the insurance, but there may be a delay as to when you can receive the treatment from the date the new policy goes into effect. Carefully check the rules for the new policy. If possible, you may have to put off the surgery in order for it to be covered by the new marketplace medical insurance policies.
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Daughter worked and told the shifted supervisor she was tired(exhausted) and the supervisor let her clock out at 3:19am which she was suppose to get off at 5:00amso she can go home and 30 minutes later my daughter fell asleep in her vehicle and st...
Sorry for your daughter's accident, and I hope she did not sustain any serious injuries. Based just on the facts you have provided, I am not sure I see how your daughter could hold the employer responsible. Many people work 12 hour shifts, 3days a week, rather than 8 hours for 5 days. Your daughter could have rested in her car at work before driving or called a cab or friend to pick her up. If she pursued her employer for injuries she may have received, the employer would There are similar type cases which are actionable where a bar doesn't prevent a patron from driving after serving him/her many drinks and he/she is obviously impaired, but I have not seen cases with your daughter's facts as you have given them where she would be considered impaired. I
If there are more detailed facts like the type of work she does causing exposure to physically altering conditions or some, then I don't see the fault of the employer. I encourage you to look at it further if your daughter's injuries were serious and ask other personal injury attorneys for their opinions.
Sidney Weinstein, Atlanta, Georgia Personal Injury Attorney
I live in an extended stay motel for the past 10 months. The room above mine had two separate leaks back to back causing their water to leak onto my kitchenette floor. My daughter got some of the water in her hair and face as well as touched it wi...
If not clear from the prior attorneys' responses, "causation" refers to the connection between the wet areas of the room and your daughter's contraction of staph. Staph is very hardy and can live on people and be easily passed among people. People can carry the staph bacteria and never show symptoms. It can also live on inanimate objects even after cleaned, however, that doesn't mean it was the moisture you identify that was the culprit for the staph and may be very difficult to prove. Did you have the water tested? Does your daughter attend daycare where she could have contracted the staph? Have other people had physical contact with your daughter before she began showing signs of staph? Did you clean the wet areas accessible to your daughter? Did you try to move to another unit?
Very difficult to prove without the testing having been done.
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