Hi, I was involved in an accident in Georgia with someone who had a suspended license from Louisiana with no serving date and was arrested for it. The vehicle was released to his parents. I thought they didn't have insurance aswel but the police ...
Yes, he can make a claim even if he was uninsured. Make sure to notify your own insurer of the wreck and they should keep you in the loop as to whether a claim is filed against you. They should also assign you counsel if that happens. Good luck!See question
My daughter was involved in a non-serious accident with a GEICO insured party. She did have an injury that will involve some rehab. She doesn't feel it should be necessary to list all doctor visits over the last five years such as gynecological ,...
If this is prior to filing suit, there is no legal requirement that you provide any such information to the insurer. GEICO appears to be trying to take advantage since your daughter is unrepresented. Your best bet is to contact a lawyer as it is a virtual certainty that GEICO will not treat her fairly in evaluating her claim/See question
My father was a passenger in pick up truck stopped in traffic going to work, when suddenly a semi truck rear ended there pick up truck while being stopped in traffic. Unfortunately, my father sustained traumatic head injuries and is left with doub...
Trucking companies and insurance companies never treat unrepresented victims fairly. They drag cases out because they know its in their best interests to do so. If your father has a TBI, you should contact an attorney to make sure your rights are protected as I can almost guarantee the trucking company/insurance company's offer is a low-ball one.See question
I have received summons dated 4/26/17 for the above from NJTA. Accident was 4/1/15. Lawsuit filed with NJ Superior Court on 8/26/16.
If not done already, go ahead and notify your insurance company of the lawsuit immediately. There are certain deadlines for responding to a lawsuit, so do not delay in seeking competent counsel.See question
Received a traumatic brain injury from a fall in a business. Will have life time impairments. Most warn against doing however. I was told this would speed settlement. Should I do it with their adjuster?
Generally never give the insurance company a statement. If your lawyer recommends it AND you trust your lawyer's advice, then you may want to. Be sure your lawyer is present and requests a copy of it as well.See question
Hi, after being rear ended, the insurance for the driver at fault tells me that: For soft-tissue injuries, they cover up to 45 days of treatment from the date of the accident. Is this normal practice? Also can they limit the amount of treatment...
Nope - this is just one example of the shenanigans the insurance industry tries to pull on regular folks. Do yourself a favor and stop talking with the adjuster and hire a personal injury attorney to handle your case.See question
Car accident, insurance violations,
It probably stands for "No proof of insurance"See question
I was driving down I-20 West bound at 4am and my tire pressure light came on I immediately activated my hazard lights and went to the far right lane. I was 1 minute from getting off my exit and someone rear ended my car then lied to the police say...
I'm sorry to read about the issues you are having with Loya Insurance. Unfortunately, this is pretty typical with that insurer. While the insurer (Loya) will not be a party to the case you should serve them to ensure they have notice of the claim. In all likelihood they will assign defense counsel to the at-fautl driver. If you win your case and judgment is entered in your favor, Loya will be responsible for payment.See question
I fell (May 2016) outside of a McDonalds as I entered the entrance ramp. I fell on my knees and landed to my right side of my face hitting the concrete. A witness saw what happened. The witness asked if I was okay and came inside to tell MGR wh...
Unfortunately moral obligations are in short supply with most insurance companies, despite the catchy ads you see on TV or hear on the radio. Slip and fall cases are fact-dependent and there is simply no way for any competent attorney to give you a realistic assessment of your case based solely on what you posted. instead, you should consider consulting with an attorney who has experience handling slip and fall cases so that they can advise you on the merits and weaknesses of your case and advise you accordingly.See question
What is the statute of limitations for negligence in Georgia?
Generally two-years, but there are exceptions. Contact a Georgia attorney to advise you on specifics.See question