In November 2012 I was involved in an automobile accident and legally considered my fault for failing to yield the right of way. The other party had liberty mutual at the time and i was uninsured. An entire year went by and I heard nothing from th...
Your license could be suspended, but only if there is a court judgment against you arising from the accident. So, first, you would have to be sued. Once there is a court judgment, it can be filed with DPS and they can suspend your license. Here is more info on the process:
Click on "Uninsured Driver" "Liability Judgment" and "Unsatisfied Judgments"See question
After reviving my insurance card in the mail, I was told by USAA that we do not have insurance, when I told them I have proof and they e-mailed it to my girlfriend, the manager on the phone advised me this cannot be true because she does not have ...
If you have proof that you have insurance, you should show that proof to USAA and figure out where the problem is. You should also have something showing that you paid for the insurance. Other than that, I am not clear what question you are looking to answer.See question
was responsible for the MVA called the next day to "expedite" the claim and get our vehicles fixed . His insurance rep called me the morning after as well, to discuss where to get my vehicle fixed and I mentioned that I was going to my PCP, due t...
Your best bet is to talk to a personal injury attorney in your area. They can help you through the process.See question
I wrote final payment on the check and they CASHED it, Can they put a lein on my house for 3,200.00 ?
Depends on if the flood company knew that your were submitting the check as full and final payment, and you will have to prove that they knew when they cashed the check that it was for full and final payment of your account. Do you have any letters you sent them saying the check was for full and final payment? Did you talk to anyone and agree that you could pay just the $1,700.00 to pay off the account?
Here's a bit more info from Snopes.com
Did not renew policy over summer to save money while school was not in session (bused instead), and planned to renew for start of fall semester. Received word from a job I applied for that they wanted to schedule an interview and had a time availa...
Sounds like you are going to need an attorney to pursue an action against your insurance company. To be successful, you will have to have a very strong timeline with evidence of when you contacted your insurance company, when you made your payment and when the collision occurred.See question
I have insurance
Yes, if you are responsible for the accident, you can be sued. Whether or not the other driver has insurance does not change one's responsibility for causing an accident.See question
My son had his policy for two cars and my husband and I were under his name, I got a policy for one of those cars under my name and my son under me, after an accident my policy pay the PIP but his didn't, can both pay the PIP?
It will depend on now "covered person" is defined in each policy. If you fit the definition of "covered person" on each policy, then there should be coverage. If one policy if primary and the other excess, then you will have to exhaust the limits on one policy before the other policy will pay anything.See question
Although I am having a hard tine finding somone . I was in a non at fault accident he admited fault to the police report. But the insurance company just denied the claim because he was not a listed driver although he obviously had permission beca...
Sounds like you will need an attorney for this one. The attorney will have the resources to find out the owner of the car. There is also a legal issue as to whether the driver was an excluded driver or a non-listed driver, and that can make a difference as to your claim.
Also, I am guessing that you do not have uninsured motorist coverage. If you do, you can make a claim on your own insurance for your damages. Your insurance company pays you, then your insurance company will try to collect from the other driver.See question
Other party 100% at fault. Insurance company is offering me $4900. NADA lists the same vehicle at $6100. Craigslist shows comparable vehicles between $6100 and $7000. Insurance company tells me they don't have to go by NADA or Kelly Blue Book.
Many insurance companies use CCC values instead of NADA or Kelly Blue Book values. CCC is a company that only works for insurance companies to provide them car values. CCC values are often lower than NADA of Kelly Blue Book values. You should ask the insurance company to provide you with the basis for their valuation of your car and to provide the comparable values they used in valuing your car. They may not want to do this, and if they don't want to work with you, your only option will be to try you luck in small claims court.See question
Auto accident.... My vehicle totaled..... Other party 100% at fault.
Other party's insurance pays the market value of the vehicle under their liability insurance.See question