Postal truck hit my car but i didn't have insurance what can I do
Was your car parked? It makes a difference under Michigan Law. Also were you the owner of the vehicle hit? We're you injured or are you looking for property damage? If you can little more detail it would be helpful. Sorry to hear about the situation.See question
One party hit parked car while exiting parking lot of gas station, but police was not called.
I would always encourage the making of a police report. This is a good way to have a record of who was involved and the damage to the involved vehicles. I have heard that some police departments will not take a police report on private property, in that instance I would encourage that you have an incident report made with one of the businesses associated with the parking lot. This is to protect yourself, but also to have record of the at fault driver and his/her insurance. I hope this helps.See question
Once I get my settlment check do I have to pay the 35000 dollers from my settlment check or do the insurance pay for it. Be couse they coused the accedent thnx
If your settlement check is for pain and suffering from the at fault driver's insurance company... This settlement does not include medical expenses. You have a separate claim for medical bills called your no-fault claim. This typically comes from your own (but there is a whole scheme set up for determining who pays your no fault benefits) but please be aware there is a 1 yr time limit for making this claim in addition to one yr to get any bill paid from the date you incurr it. I would urge you to talk with a lawyer who specializes in no-fault automobile insurance claims.See question
The car has full coverage & he is carried on my policy. The car is in my name only. Can I be sued for more than what insurance will cover?
As the owner you can be sued in excess of the insurance policy. If you own jointly held assets, i.e. Own your home with your husband, these assets are not exposed.See question
He was at fault. He makes the car payment, hes 26 years old, he pays his own insurance but it had lapsed about a week ago. We live in Michigan and there were no injuries just car damage to both vehicles. Hes a full time student with little mone...
I'm sorry to hear about this situation. In Michigan had the insurance not lapsed the total exposure would be $1000 of uninsured loss ( i.e. Deductible ). This claim is commonly referred to as a mini-tort claim.
Due to the lapse of insurance, you as the owner and your son as co-owner/driver could be pursued for the total damage to the vehicle. Sometimes this occurs and sometimes the other driver's carrier doesn't. You should be aware that if the carrier pursues the claim in court don't ignore. Attempt to work out payment arrangements. Do not ignore as the carrier will then get a judgement against the two of you and will then have the ability to suspended your driving privileges. This cannot occur if you make payment arrangements and work towards paying off debt.
I wish you the best,
Nicole WinstonSee question
'im not able to be playing any sports at all, i'm just able to lift maybe 10 pounds.
No-fault Insurance adjusters frequently use surveillance against no-fault insureds. This surveillance can be as simple as checking you out on social media sites like FaceBook, Twitter etc .. more often the adjuster will hire an outside agency to follow you and video or photogragh you about town. We have even seen the investigators talk to neighbors and friends about the claimant's activities. One Insurance carrier used a fabricated story pretending to be from a local college and that they were doing a survey about people and their phsycal exercise of choice. The questionong was trying to get the claimant to answer that they enjoyed bike riding or aerobics. So beware and be careful as even innocent activity can be taken out of context if you are not aware of these tactics. Good Luck.See question
my spouse travelled from Toronto Ontario to Detroit Michigan to see his friend on his way in Macomb county Michigan he had accident rear ended and spouse was killed with in 2 hours. laws in Ontario is different than Michigan. do I hire la...
I am so sorry for your loss- you should hire a lawyer in Michigan who is familiar with Michigan no-fault and the interplay with Canadian insurance as well. You should do so right away. While I understand your hesitation about the distance ... You may be able to do consult initially over phone and some lawyers may meet you in Canada. Please make certain you get a lawyer who is versed with both no-fault and wrongful death claims.See question
i tookk it to small claims court but the person who hit me insurance company keep calling asking me what insurance do i have
What sort of damages are you looking for? Is it medical bills, property damage? Also, were you the titled owner or registrant of the uninsured vehicle you were driving ?See question
I'm a 31 yr mom of four , it was early morning before school with my 6 , 5 and 2 1/2 yr old twins . I have no prior ..... Anythings . I I has a five over speeding ticket once for my late night shift and not realiseing I was speeding . Other wise n...
Very sorry to hear about your accident.. You should consult with a lawyer immediately regarding this incident. I agree with others who advise not to speak to police without a lawyer. I would caution you as well about commenting on social media,and the like, until you have an opportunity to consult with a lawyer.
Sympathies to you and your family for the tragedy... But please make certain you understand the complete landscape regarding criminal vs civil . Also you and your children do have rights to no-fault benefits. You have various issues you need to make certain you understand.
Best to you and your family.See question
my grandmother was killed by another driver 6 months ago. i am the only living blood relative. suspect got 6 months jail. how many days before i can apply for wrongful death suit against the suspect. how long does it takes for the case to go to tr...
It is unclear from your question if the negligent driver had insurance? If so it is important to determine how much insurance coverage there is. Also, did your Grandmother have insurance coverage called un-underinsured motorist coverage... If she did there may be additional claims that are available.
It is also possible that the involved insurance company maybe willing to pay policy limits without you having to file a lawsuit against the negligent party... But either way it will be necessary to have you appointed as the personal representative for your grandmother's estate. There are various issues that you should consult with an attorney... To protect yourself.
I am very sorry to hear of your loss and if you have questions please feel free to contact us~See question