I don't believe any body got my linceent plate
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My mom was in a motorcycle accident. The man she was with was hardly injured. He sued the insurance company and got his settlement and my mom was suing the person who almost killed her and she passed before anything was settled. Now us kids are ta...
You REALLY need to sit down with your attorney and make him tell you where he is getting these numbers. Unless the accident was caused by a commercial truck, there will not be anywhere near this kind of money available. I have NEVER seen a non-commercial vehicle that carried a $3,000,000.00 insurance policy. Your mother has a survival action as well as a wrongful death claim.
If you are correct, your attorney stands to earn a fee of $1,000,000. If that is no enough incentive for him to sit down with you and explain what he is doing, you may wish to seek a second opinion. Good luck.
You can find an attorney who is experienced in Personal Injury cases here on AVVO. Attorneys on AVVO want to help you but we are not permitted to solicit your business. You must contact us.See question
I was in a car accident. I broke some bones in my leg and shattered my ankle. My settlement is $50,000 and the lien is $90,000. I didn't have medical insurance the time of my surgery. I didn't even know there was a lien until I called my attorney ...
Not to add insult to injury but if you had complied with Federal law (The Affordable Care Act), your lien would be closer to $9,000 than $90,000. Beyond that, you could have carried more insurance. You could probably have bumped up your coverage to an extra $100,000 for $10-$15/ month. You could then have made an Underinsurance claim on YOUR policy for the extra money. I realize that these are NOT options for you NOW.
Your attorney will do everything he can to optimize your recovery, as Mr. Shaw has advised, with the limited funds available.See question
I had a home water softener being installed in my home. When I left for work we had a laptop sitting on our island. The company installed the water softener making multiple trips through our house. When the crew left my laptop was missing. We i...
Please read your question. In other words, it says: "During a time when I was NOT present and my house was open, a laptop went missing. There is no surveillance video or other proof that other people were not in the house and again, I wasn't even there. Why won't the contractor's insurance admit that one of the workers stole my property and offer to reimburse me?"
The answer is because you cannot begin to prove they had anything to do with the fact that it is missing.See question
I was acrossd the street and he came with a few guys and fractured my spine rib and Had traumatic head injury. I've been of work for some time note
I don't see any remedy for you. Put simply, these guys beat you up. That is an intentional act. NO insurance covers intentional acts so even if you sued your attackers and won, you would probably never collect any money. Your injuries justify recovery of hundreds of thousands of dollars.
If you had a judgment against you for say $300,000.00, would you pay on it for the rest of your life or would you discharge it in Bankruptcy? It's a rhetorical question. That's why you won't find a lawyer to represent you beyond a demand.See question
My daughter was in a car accident unfortunately she was at fault she had no insurance at the time, the collection agency for the insurance company is demanding an amount that she can't pay for monthly payment. What are her options?
It is unlikely that a reasonable payment will be rejected. I said payment, not promise to pay. The insurance company understands that though it is virtually guaranteed a judgment in its favor, that judgment may well be uncollectible. Depending on the amount, your daughter simply needs to decide whether to repay it or discharge it in bankruptcy. She MUST do one of those to reinstate her license which was suspended as a result of this accident. As Mr. Hoffman notes, she is truly fortunate that nobody was injured.
She absolutely must NOT drive in the interim.See question
Had a bounce check for $123 lost my paper to pay and found it this week. Called to pay it and I have a warrant. I'm going in on Monday and bond out but don't know what if I'm looking at jail time. I've got a very clean record never had issues with...
This site CANNOT give "legal advice." Consult a criminal defense attorney BEFORE you surrender yourself and STOP POSTING. "MA" is probably shorthand for Class A Misdemeanor which simply means that it is punishable by a maximum of 1 year in jail. Good luck.See question
I have a group of people coming together to get me sent to jail over a false rape accusation, I have text messages stating 3 people was making a plan to put me in jail. what can I expect to happen?
If you did falsely accuse individuals of raping you, they have every right to request that charges be filed against you. Whether charges are actually filed is up to the County Prosecutor. The individuals can also pursue a civil action against you.See question
My brother has dual probation in Indiana and Illinois, while at a probation meeting in Illinois, he was locked up because he now has a warrant in Indiana for not attending anger management but has been paying his probation fees in Illinois and rec...
Don't shoot the messenger. There is no reason to make it so confusing. He violated his probation in Indiana (by failing to attend anger management), his probation was revoked, and a warrant was issued. When he attended a meeting with his probation officer in Illinois, it was noted that he had an active warrant in Indiana and he was arrested on the Indiana warrant. He will be held in Illinois until Indiana comes to get him. He will almost certainly lose his job and the arrest almost certainly violates his Illinois probation. You need to discuss the matter with BOTH his Indiana AND his Illinois attorneys to assess the fallout. He found a way to make a really bad situation worse.See question
I had insurance full coverage, I live in Indiana & got a speeding ticket in Georgia in May 2014. We were having trouble with the van, it kept acting like it wanted to die, like it was out of gas, sputtering at 60 mph so when it did this i would hi...
As you say, you had full coverage so you you had the option of towing the car BEFORE you got the ticket. If you had hired a Georgia traffic attorney in the county where you were cited, you very probably could have kept this off of your license. Now, you need an attorney in GA and one in Monroe County. Only a GA attorney can tell you if GA has any provision for fine waiver. That said, the likelihood of waiver after you waited 3 years to pay is remote. This really needs to be a priority. If you had set aside 2 dollars per week, you could have paid the ticket, long ago.See question