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Can my liability Ins.pay the medical bills AND also compensate me at least to the full policy limit (20K) I don't have Medcovrg.: 3 car accident.We are waiting on a red light,(car NO.1)no cars in front of us when we get rear ended.The car that hit us,-car NO.2 (he,s a detective) was also rear ended,pushing his car into us.The girl that started it all(car NO.3) gets out and we see that his passenger takes over.Detective guy says we should go across the street into a gasoline station.We go,but car NO.3 sped off.We both drive forward to the gasoline station, and he makes a left turn and takes off! No one, not even the detective gets his license plates.I sustained injuries to my right shoulder and seek medical attention with a chiropractor who later sends me to a pain clinic. I make a claim with the detective,s Ins. "State Farm" which later denied my claim saying his client was not at fault??I haveToUseMyOwnLiability Ins

Asked about 3 years ago in Car Accident

Hrant’s answer: If the at fault driver cannot be found, this would be a claim under your uninsured motorist coverage under your own policy. This could be a good thing, because your own insurance company has certain duties owed to you that the at fault driver's insurance company does nit. Submit the claim to your um insurance and hire an attorney.

Answered about 3 years ago.


Why would my attorney request POA in a civil case and how to I relinquish POA from him?: Do I have to got to court to remove POA from my attorney, does this mean he can cash checks without me seeing them first or my signature

Asked about 3 years ago in Power Of Attorney

Hrant’s answer: It could be for the purpose of endorsing a settlement check for deposit into the attorney's trust coconut. Some banks require such a procedure.

Answered about 3 years ago.


Regarding POA’s in IL: An acquaintance seems to have been misinformed. An attorney said it’s involved than I see. To begin, the grantor isn’t disabled or mentally ill. ~ Can an unrelated person have a lawyer create one? ~ Is it a legal document when done w/out the grantor’s knowledge? Can he be forced to sign? ~ Is a lawyer necessary when the forms are online and pretty straight forward? They don't appear confusing to me. ~ Does the POA have to be filed? I spoke w/a City employee who said they aren’t. Thank you for your help!

Asked about 3 years ago in Power Of Attorney

Hrant’s answer: Anyone can draft a power of attorney. It is only valid when signed by the principal (the one giving the power of attorney). The principal must be an adult, of sound mind, and must be signing of his own free will. The POA is not filed. You can do it without a lawyer, but it is risky.

Answered about 3 years ago.