As stated, who has to deal with this issue, is it a title insurance claim? Can my neighbor make me tear down my house? Isn't this something the titling company was suppose to look in to before we purchased? Are they liable for anything, isn't this...
Find a lawyer. You rights will depend on the specific facts of your transaction. It is difficult to provide any insight based on the general information provided. Good luck.See question
My vehicle was hit while parked in a school parking lot. Video surveillance shows that nothing impacted my vehicle before buses arrived at the parking lot. However, when the buses arrive, my vehicle can no longer be seen. There is yellow paint ...
Your best bet is to submit the claim to your insurance and let them handle it. If you are not insured, take photos so you have evidence of the paint exchange and obtain damage estimates. Assuming all the buses are owned by the same company, sue the company and see what information you can obtain through discovery. I assume a driver has a duty to report any accidents to the company.See question
The cow ultimately had to put down due to her injuries. A farmhand stated it wasn't the first time this particular cow had been out wandering around. My question is, who is responsible for the damages done to the vehicle? The car only had 'liabil...
Owners are generally liable for animals at large. If the farmhand admitted the cow is regularly roaming, you likely have stronger claim.See question
I was in an car accident 3 years ago, and was awarded a settlement
The settlement should not bear on her pension, but I'd confirm same with an estate lawyer or financial planner..See question
I was riding on a bike trail in Milwaukee, and another bicyclist ran into me. She was swerving out of the way of a goose, she said. She admitted to the police who came to the scene also. Can I make a claim against her homeowner's or renter's in...
First, you need to determine whether there is nsurance. If there is coverage, you will file a claim with the insurance company and the company will determine coverage.See question
I was hurt in an accident. My auto insurance -- Medpay -- paid $10,000 toward my medical bills. My private insurance paid the rest. I am ready to settle with the at fault party's insurance company for the policy limits. If I do this, am I ...
Short answer is it depends. You must resolve the lien with the subrogated party. Whether the resolution requires full or partial payment or a waiver is fact specific. If can negotiate a reduction to your satisfaction, do so, or contact a personal injury lawyer.See question
I am transgender woman who works for a worldwide company and we have a good insurance policy, I am paying for it but i found out it doesnt cover even my most basic medications, What can i do?
Whether the plan is discriminatory will depend on the type of treatment being excluded. You should contact a discrimnation attorney nad/or file a complaint with the appropriate federal agency.See question
Ready to accept a settlement from a car accident settlement less than damages
More detail is required to accurately consider your question. Notwithstanding, if you feel, you have not been made whole, you need to send a Rimes letter to the subrogated parties requesting a lien waiver or, alternatively, a hearing to determine whether you have been made whole. Do not accept the settlement until the subrogated parties have been served with, and acknowledged you request for waiver and/or a hearing.See question
My home was robbed May 29, and State farm Ins, and All State are not complying with my policies. I feel I am being given the run around.
You should request certified copies of you policies and contact a lawyer right away. Your policies will outline the respective responsibilities of the parties. Also, keep all communication in writing and keep copies of all submissions you make to the insurance companies.See question
My cars entire backside is smashed in. I had to go to th Er 3 days later and was told I had a sprained spine strain. The lady that hit me has insurance and no damage to her vehicle besides a dent on her hood I was completely stopped before she hit...
Every case is different and your best outcome will depend on a number of factors including the extent of your injuries and medical treatment, property damage, insurance limits, etc. If you are hurt, you should seek and continue medical treatment until you are better. You should talk to a lawyer in the meantime.See question