My mother was in a car accident June 2015, she has recently passed away, not from causes of the accident, a month after the accident she had pain on her right lower (hip area) side; they did test and found out she had cancer on her liver -she proc...
We are sorry to hear about your mom.
The Estate must make the claim for her medical bills.
Under Arizona law, her claim for pain and suffering ended when she passed.See question
A staff member of an apartment complex backed into the front of my car. They are being difficult in paying out, and my insurance is currently still pursuing them several months after it happened. Then, just the other day a woman hit me from behind...
You can still pursue a damage claim from #1.
The 1st at fault driver does not get off the hook for damage caused by way of the superceding incident.See question
I need to work out a deal with a driver who caused a collision that damaged my car. He prefers not to use insurance, and that is ok with me if we can both agree upon a fair amount. I think I should probably give him a receipt or something similar,...
Certainly, documenting these types of transactions is important, but if he is paying money and you are receiving money in a single payment, HE should be much more worried about the documentation, and protecting himself against the possibility of a future claim.
While this does not need to be complicated, an attorney can help. Please understand though, if I were his attorney, I would not allow him to pay anything without a full release.See question
The last time i heard from him was maybe 2-4 months ago and even then it wasnt about my case it was something else. Im a personal injury, and we have been in the case for about 3 yrs now. Should i call him and ask whata going on or??? I do feel li...
If you have a question or do not understand something, you shoulder never hesitate to call your attorney.
There is no reason he/she should not be available to answer your questions. Communication is required for a successful conclusion to every case.See question
I was rear-ended by a semi-truck and pushed in to several other vehicles, the semi-truck insurance carrier is saying that i was the cause of this accident. is that true?
It depends on the circumstances.
Did you dart right in from of the truck and hit brakes?
Did you switch lanes, drive a bit and then get hit?
The facts of exactly what occurred make a big difference here.See question
I was in an accident 21 days ago. I wasn't at fault. The other person was just found at fault yesterday. Her insurance company told me I had to wait until they determined fault in order for me to get a car rental. I was finally able to get one yes...
Yes. Under Arizona law, this is called “Loss of Use”.
You can receive the equivalent daily value for a rental car, even if you did not rent a car.See question
My wife and kids were involved in a hit and run in a hotel we were staying at. The car was registered under my name (the fiance). The driver was driving a commercial cleaning van when he hit her going 40-45mph in the parking lot. He got out of the...
Is your claim for property damages, injuries or both?
You can file a lawsuit against the responsible party.See question
I went in the store asked for band side I'm on blood thinners the manager ignored me never asked fibi was ok. it was the other person working that got me a band aid . I need surgery even if it was not their fault are they still liable for my fall.
A party only becomes responsible for medical bills for an injured person upon a finding of FAULT.
If Circle K did nothing wrong, then it is not responsible for your medical bills.See question
I was in a car accident stopped at a red light lady hit me from behind had whiplash went to therapy and now the insurance adjuster says I used all the money towards my medical bills and there's only $50 left for pain and suffering accident was not...
HAVE YOU SETTLED? IF NOT, YOU NEED TO SPEAK WITH AN EXPERIENCED INJURY LAWYER.See question
I was the victim of a hit and run. The insurance company totaled the vehicle I was driving. I was the main driver on policy but van and insurance in my mothers name. My neck, back, and knee have hurt since the accident, about three weeks ago. I've...
There is no hard rule here, but as a practical matter, the longer you wait, the harder it will be to actually prove that the medical care you receive is related to the subject crash. Insurance companies LOVE these "gaps in care", and will take advantage to deny you a fair settlement.See question