Also will there be an impact in the child support system and family court mediator sessions?
So far, at least in California, Family Law Courts seem to be holding up just fine despite the shocking cuts that have been made in the judicial system. Personal injury courts are basically stuck in the Twilight Zone. But Family Law and Employment Law cases seem to be hanging in there just fine. Knock on wood...See question
The insurance company is trying to start settlement but not sure if I should take such low amount if I can find some strong factors
I am confused as to how the person could be insured if they didn't have a license. Most insurance policies that I am aware of have a provision that states that failure to maintain a driver's license is grounds for denial of coverage for an accident. I could be wrong and this might not apply to all insurance policies. However, if the insurance company is saying they are providing coverage then take advantage of it and settle the case for the reasonable value (without regard to whether or not the other driver has or had a license or not) and move on with your life. Either way, you should definitely hire an attorney.
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If I understand your situation correctly, this does not seem like a question that is meant for or in need of a lawyer response. I mean it just sounds logical that they would deny you for ignoring them or apparently failing to comply with their protocol. If that denial is something that is a policy that your new job states is a terminable offense, then I am not seeing that they did anything wrong. Having said that, I have had a LONG day and admittedly only skimmed your question and may not fully understand it. You may want to try explaining the situation to the person in charge of hiring/firing you and since it was a simple mistake or something that was understandably overlooked I would think they would be forgiving if you have been a good employee for them up to this point. Sorry I couldn't be more helpful. Best of luck.See question
I have been working with a company for over 10 years. Recently they did a name change and sent a new service agreement. This states that it supersedes and replaces all prior agreements. I would sign this with no issue but I was planning on suin...
I believe the language could be structured in a way to act as a release as to prior wrongs. I would need to see it and recommend you not sign it without having a lawyer review it.See question
A minor fender bender. I was going approx 7mph with no damage to my vehicle. We exchanged information & then I went on my way. After I left the scene, he stayed back & called the police; 1 of the 4 individuals in the car claimed personal injury af...
You should do nothing but get a lawyer. You sound like you are on the edge of making some big waves for yourself.See question
Received the summons. Filed answer with the court and plaintiffs attorney as well as provided paperwork pertaining to the case. I get the show cause and plaintiff has changed council. Do I need to make sure the new attorney has these docs or as...
I wouldn't. Let them sort it all out.See question
I was deemed at fault for a car accident and my medical insurance (Blue Shield) paid for the ER bills. My car insurance paid out the maximum medical coverage on my policy. The amount provided by my car insurance covered the deductible on my medic...
The short answer is that you most likely do not have to provide them with any info. Generally, if you were going to make a claim and recover money from the third party then they would be entitled. But in your case, I see no reason for you to have to jump through their hoops. You may want to read your insurance policy to be safe though.See question
Not only did attorney take full 1/3rd of settlement for fees and extreme elaborate amount for expenses, totaling 1/2 of settlement. Now, 1 and 1/2 yrs after mediation, the attorney claims he is owed another $35,000 from an expert who billed "late...
It will mostly come down to what is in the retainer agreement. One third is very reasonable in my opinion. However 35 grand on an expert is likely not. Demand your entire file immediately and request mandatory fee arbitration with the local bar. Best if luck.See question