Wage loss and medical expenses are covered under the “no-fault” coverage portion of your auto insurance policy. No-fault coverage is usually tied to each person’s own coverage, but there are circumstances where the car you are in or a relative’s vehicle may be responsible for the coverage. An attorney is often in the best position […]
Most insurance companies do not want to discuss settlement until one year has passed from the date of collision. The lapse is to ensure that treatment is set and the injuries are clear. Our firm has settled cases as fast as one week (for serious injuries with limited insurance coverage) and have worked on cases […]
Subrogation usually relates to a health insurance plan seeking to be reimbursed from a settlement or jury verdict for the money they have already spent. The law varies depending on whether your health insurance is private or controlled by ERISA. Our lawyers will review your policy and minimize the amount repaid from your settlement.
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This fact would be investigated by our firm. The driver may not have insurance, but the owner may. If no one has insurance coverage, you are eligible to receive compensation for your injures with an uninsured motorist claim under your own insurance. This coverage is much like the “no-fault” coverages. Uninsured coverage is something you […]