I have been notified by my car insurance company that a lawsuit has been started against me and that the amount of the claim may be higher than my coverage.… read more →
Yes you can be sued. The good news is that your insurance company will cover all the costs of the law suit and the claim up to your liability limits.
Many people who have been injured can’t afford the costs to sue for their losses in court.
There are numerous reasons you may be required to undergo an Examination for Discovery:
It is in your best interests to confirm that you are getting everything you are entitled to, and rest assured knowing your insurance company is treating you fairly.
Although I risk being accused of all the things people hate about lawyers, my answer must be: maybe.
Question: I was in a motor vehicle accident about 2 years ago in July. My insurance company’s medical examination denied me surgery for my mouth
Yes, other people can file an accident benefit or no fault claim with your insurance company under your car insurance policy.
The answer depends on whether you were the one at fault in the motor vehicle accident.
Yes, in a personal injury lawsuit you can sue for more than the insurance coverage or insurance limits of the defendant’s insurance policy.