See below for a link to more recent findings, too.
With those points in mind, claims can be settled for their actual and fair financial loss.
August 7th, at September 30th, at 1: Help my son was the victim. September 30th, at Unless another visitor wants to try to answer your question, you may have to get someone to rewrite your post. Sorry … October 7th, at However my problem — my dad was injured over 2 yrs ago by an uninsured driver speeding at 2.
He was since convicted, did his three months in a cosy cell and is apparently back home beating his wife: It is only now that some specialists are disputing these comments, and through them, we found out what had been said. To date, their policy with our lawyer has been to avoid communication as much as possible.
The 2 are now trying to establish some middle ground on treatment and possible interim compensation, but the brick wall is relentless. It has been 2 years of struggle, both medically and financially, and we need to get this resolved! My dad also had insurance claims to cover illness and accident — however these guys are now playing up too, as they keep trying to draw out the process by asking for information over and over again.
There is also another non issue that they keep using as an obstacle — a yr previous to his accident my dad used to be a company director, which I then took over. He remained as an employee as he had other commitments.
Please, if you have any advice at all, it would be much appreciated. October 7th, at Sometimes, regardless of the merits of a claim, you can get coverage if the insurer screwed up with a negligent investigation.
You can view typical claim practice laws in the UClaim. December 8th, at 4: The police report indicates the driver was clearly at fault. We have three insurances carriers one for the motorcycle,for the car and one for the homeowners.
My question is why should I have to pay any deductibles and send the claims through my own carriers?Post Insurance Claims Questions —> Common insurance claim questions below are answered by contributor Ron Cercone of lausannecongress2018.com, a do-it-yourself insurance claim eBook website.
Ron is a semi retired licensed public adjuster representing policy holders (not insurers). In the charity Independent Age published an excellent report into third party care home top-up fees. It’s worth promoting the report again here, as it contains vital information for all families faced with paying care home top-up fees.