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You will need to call your local Workers Compensation Commission and find out if there is anything you can do. In South Carolina you would have to be employed by this person and drawing a paycheck with taxes being taken out to beable to file any kind of WC claim.
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If you get rear-ended in someone else's car and you are not on their policy and your license is not valid will the other person's insurance company still pay for the damages if it was there fault?
Answer Most likely yes. In most cases it doesn't matter who was driving the not-at-fault car or the status of their license. Edit: No it will not cover because by law …you shouldn't have been driving in the first place.
No You would need to seek coverage under your medical insurance policy for accidental injuries. Homeowners insurance is for property and liabilities that may arise… out of home ownership. Home insurance does not replace medical insurance. If you think the property owner is liable through cause of injury, you might seek coverage under their liability if they carry the coverage.
If you were injured by a falling garage door while moving out of a rental property how do you get the owners insurance information to file a claim?
Answer OUCH!! I hope that you two are okay. You sould stop by her office and ask her for the information to file a claim. If they don't want to give it to you, t…ell them that you will get a lawyer! They should pay for your medical bills. Be safe:)
Can an injured person recover more money than the at-fault person's auto insurance covers in Florida?
If a new resident at an apartment building falls near an entrance and is injured does the apartment owners liability insurance cover expenses or is this considered your own home with no liability?
It really depends where one fell. If it was in your own apartment, that would be your problem. If you slipped & fell on their sidewalk or tripped in a pothole on the c…ommon grounds, you could file a claim against the apartment owners general liability.
Answer Depends on what state you're in.
yes they would cover u
I believe full coverage covers everything related to the car it is assigned to and nothing more. There may be specific insurances for business and such which covers multiple… drivers and multiple cars but as for a personal insurance, it would only cover your specific car included in the contract. Alternative Answer The answer to your question will be written clearly on your "Certificate of Insurance" and contrary to the above many 'fully comprehensive' policies (In the UK at least) will provide cover for you to drive a car not owned by you and not hired (rented) by you.
In case someone is injured at the place of work. Then according to the seriousness of the injury, first the injury must be treated and bleeding stopped. Then the senior office…r must be informed.
If you wreck someone else's car and that person's auto insurance covers the damages can the car owner still sue you for damages to their car after the accident?
Generally, if the vehicle is totalled as a result of the collision and the owner had collision coverage, the insurer will pay to the owner the actual cash value of the vehicle… as of the time of the loss. This usually equates to the value of a car of like kind and quality (including mileage, accessories and condition) as of the time of the collision. Because of its payment to its insured, the insurer becomes "subrogated" to the right of action of its insured so that it can try to get its money back from you. You will have the same defenses against the insurer as you would have had against the other driver (for example, that the other driver was partially or entirely at fault for the collision). The subrogation action that the insurer files often includes a claim for the insured's deductible, but it may not. If it does, the insured cannot again make a claim for it; if it does not, the other driver can file suit against you for the deductible and other unreimbursed expenses that he/she may have incurred and that were proximately caused by the collision. Further, if the person is injured and if the injuries are of a type that permits him/her to file suit (usually defined in terms of seriousness), you can be sued for bodily injury damages. Your liability insurer has the obligation to defend you by providing an attorney at its expense and paying amounts for which you are found legally liable up to the limits available under the insurance policy. This is also true with regard to a property damage claim. If a judgment is entered against you and remains unpaid, there can be implications for your credit. Additionally, under the Financial Responsibility Law of many states, if a judgment from an auto collision remains unpaid for a stated period of time, your driver's license and tags may be suspended until payment arrangements have been made. You may also be required to obtain and maintain a special form of high-risk liability insurance (sometimes referred to as an SR-22) for a period of time, but this depends upon State law.
Public Liability Insurance is the ideal insurance that will cover someone injured on your property. This type of policy covers the insured's liability to members of the publ…ic. Such liabilities may arise as a result of the insured's business operation. The business being operated by the insured in his/her premises may at times lead to death, injury or accident to third parties, or damage to third party's property. Insured means policy holder. A bit more: Your homeowner's insurance policy will also include liability insurance if you have the right type of policy. Check with your homeowner's insurance company to see if you have that type of coverage.
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What can you do if you were injured on someones property and they have no insurance to cover your bills?
Bring suit against them in civil court and convince the judge to place a lien against any property them may own.
Can you sue someone if someone injured you in a car accident and they had no insurance while you have?
Yes you can, However it would probably be best if you did it through your insurance because litigation is a expensive and complex business. and if even if you win if the perso…n you are suing does not have a means to pay the judgement against them it wil be you that is out of pocket in the end. As the old saying goes, "You cant get blood out of a stone."
Can you get liability insurance for watching dogs in your home for friends or family in case the dog got lost or injured or hurt someone?
Yes - check with your home owner's insurance company and ask for a dog sitting rider for your policy. This would be a very good idea.