On April 13, we got rear ended and my 3 month old daughters head went forward then jerked back hard. Would i be able to sue him for that incase she has problems later on from hitting her head so hard.
I'm so sorry to hear about your accident. If you haven't already, I would take your daughter to her doctor right away to get her checked out (and you too if you were injured).
As far as suing for the accident, I would contact a personal injury attorney in your area to discuss your options. I hope you and your daughter are ok.
Is it legal in the State of Florida for the courts to stamp on a 2008 case which was closed by the courts a final jugdement date of 2018 ? Which is mext year?
Sounds like a clerical error. I would contact the clerk's office and let them know. They should be able to handle it or at least point you in the right direction. If you had an attorney handling this case for you, you could reach out to them and bring it to their attention. they should be able to handle it for you.See question
My wife was in a car accident recently, and the insurance company says she is at fault. It was a minor accident, both cars moving slowly. My wife was not hurt, and the other driver said he was not hurt either. We actually saw him in Petsmart shopp...
Thankfully, this is why we have insurance. Since you mentioned your wife's insurance carrier is already aware of this, then they should already have a claim open and will defend the claim and eventual suit if there is one. If you are served with any papers or receive anything in the mail from Morgan & Morgan, I would send it to the adjustor that is assigned to the claim at your wife's insurance company.See question
Two years ago, in college, I accidentally hit another student as I was parking my car. I did not see her as I was turning into the parking spot. I ran out to help her up and gave her all my information. I honestly did not see her. She mentioned so...
I would just contact your own car insurance company and let them know you received the letter. Since you mentioned that you already reported this incident to your insurance company they most likely have a claim already set up. They will handle the defense.
I was on the highway another driver hit my vehicle and fled the scene , i did a report with CHP they said it was A 245 ADW that was in 2015 i did not get the plate# but remember the vehicle distictively just recently found the vehicle and reported...
Not exactly sure what your question is, but as far as your property damage, your insurance company will take care of getting reimbursed by the other vehicle's insurance carrier.
If you had a deductible under your property damage coverage, since you said they accepted the claim, you might want to contact them to see what they need for you to submit so they can reimburse you. You'll most likely just have to send them a copy of the bill showing you paid the deductible.
Im running out of funds and bills ading up bein laid up for a month and have put that much out in med should i. Get lawyer?
I would call an attorney right away. An attorney will go over your options. Remember, insurance companies are not looking out for you, they are looking out for themselves. You should have someone looking out for you.
I was rear ended in an auto accident while stopped at a traffic light. The other driver was cited for careless driving. My insurance indicated they pay 80% of medical costs and will try and recover the collision deductible. I'm currently underg...
You should contact an attorney right away. Your medical treatment is covered under your own PIP coverage and will only pay for 80% of medical expenses and 60% of any wage losses. The remaining 20% of your medical bills and any pain and suffering would come from the other driver's insurance and/or your uninsured motorist coverage if the other person isn't insured or is underinsured and if you have that coverage.
Again, I would suggest you speak to an attorney right away - even before speaking with your own insurance company again and especially before speaking with the other driver's insurance company.
I was injured two separate times, in my girlfriend's car. November and December, 2016. The other two drivers were at fault. Both do not carry Bodily Injury or anything I could recover. I have around $3,000.00, in medical bills for each occurren...
You would be able to get PIP benefits for each accident, but PIP only covers 80% of your medical expenses and 60% of any lost wages up to $10k for each accident. If you were injured in the same areas in both accidents, you may have an issue and I would seek legal advice from an attorney for that. However, keep in mind that just because you were in your girl friend's car for each accident doesn't mean you will necessarily seek PIP benefits from her policy. PIP follows the person not the car so if you own your own vehicle you would have to go through your own carrier or if you don't own a car but live with a relative that owns a car, then you would have to use their PIP coverage.
If what you meant about PIP coverage was for bodily injury coverage, then you would have to see about whether your girl friend had uninsured motorist coverage since you said the two people that hit you did not have coverage. Again, I would consult a personal injury attorney to see what your options are.