I guess I just need some advice in general as to how to proceed. We need to know soon as they are now avoiding us. Who says their guy is right. Sue in small claims court. July 3rd, at I signed with a lawyer but am now considering fire the attorney. We tried calling the insurance agent but of course no call back.
We can afford the difference now. August 7th, at 9: Most policies have no such requirement.
I want to settle now and get the body work and paint job in a few months after I save a up few bucks. The leak was detected May 1, State Farm deducted special tires, upgraded stereo, etc. Please, if you have any advice at all, it would be much appreciated.
They submitted our claim and got me into a rent a car. The 2 are now trying to establish some middle ground on treatment and possible interim compensation, but the brick wall is relentless.
We had a water line break under the driveway, about two feet from the foundation of the house. The only damage was from my trailer hitch which knocked only the plastic grille piece loose.
However, many such arrangements are made between a care home and a relative — with the local authority out of the picture. October 20th, at 5: October 25th, at 8: Both you and or your insurer could still sue the drunk driver in court for your deductibles and any other damages not covered due to insufficient policy limits.
How can i get the insurance company to write the check to me so i can pay the bills. While I was on the ground at the accident the woman stated that she did not see me and stepped on it to avoid me. What are we liable for.
If your insurer unreasonably delayed their investigation and they refused to pay the interest on your loan, you could sue them in court. Now that I received the check, the shop said the adjuster told them to go ahead with the work.
Post Insurance Claims Questions —> Common insurance claim questions below are answered by contributor Ron Cercone of gabrielgoulddesign.com, a do-it-yourself insurance claim eBook website.
Ron is a semi retired licensed public adjuster representing policy holders (not insurers).
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