No, you can't sue your own homeowner's insurance for any medical condition you experience whether it is your fault or not. Homeowner's insurance is not medical insurance for the homeowner.
However, if it is someone else's home you may have your emergency medical covered as most homeowner's policies have emergency medical coverage for non-residents. It is also possible to sue the homeowner for damages, i.e. a dog bite.
Direct damages refer to the damages followed directly upon the act done. This is also called as general damages. On the other hand, this does not comprise indirect damages like expenses earned.
Put your hand firmly on the side which he/she is leaning towards, and give a little push
back hand, fore hand, smash, ace, fault, double fault, let for serve, deuce, advantage, top spin, slice, chop.
This story explained the different between right hand and left hand, which prefers to fault.
In the absence of intersection control it is the left-turner who is at fault. If there is control, as in this scenario, it is the car violating the control that is at fault.
no it is not against the rules. It is only a fault if your hand touches the net , the net bounces and and interfers with the play. Actually, reaching over the net a little is what you are supposed to do when you block a spike, so if it hits your hand, it will go back onto the other teams side.
A ball in hand is a circumstance in the game of pool or billiards in which a fault by another player permits the competitor to take the cue ball in hand and place it behind the baulk line.
William Benjamin Hale has written: 'Handbook on the law of damages' -- subject(s): Damages 'Hand-book on the law of bailments and carriers' -- subject(s): Bailments, Carriers
because you do its not our fault is it SEE A DOCTOR WOMAN
Whose At Fault?That sounds rather unusual. I have never heard of an insurance company assigning fault and not paying out the claim. If by chance you mean that you were making a legal, left arrow green type of turn, and the other car ran the light and you collided with the car that ran the light, the car that ran the light would be at fault. I would definitely look into the fact the at-fault insurance has assigned fault to the other driver but refuses to pay out damages for your vehicle. Remember, if you feel an insurance company isn't acting within the law, contact your state's department of insurance in order to file complaints, start grievance procedures (the complaint process) among other things.
It seems obvious that the person ticketed for improper passing is at fault, assuming that a left-hand turn could be legally made at this location and that proper signals were issued.
If the person was "cross-traffic" (ie: you turned in front of them), it's probably your fault for not yielding. If they were already behind you and hit you when you slowed to turn, it's probably their fault.
It really depends on where they hit you and if you were moving. For example if you are stopped in the left hand lane waiting to turn (legally) and a car hits you, it is their fault. However if you are somewhere you are not supposed to be and they hit you, it is your fault for being there. It all comes down to the right of way and who has it.
That depends! If the fault line cross cuts the igneous intrusion causing the intrusion to be displaced on either side of the fault and forming a broken mass of rock within the intrusion known as a fault breccia then the fault is younger than the intrusions, as the intrusion must have already existed for the fault to cause it's displacement. If on the other hand the igneous intrusion cross cuts the fault and is un-deformed then it is probable that it is younger than the fault.
== == In the event that you got into a car accident and it was not your fault but the other driver's, if he is insured, his insurance company is liable to pay for the damages of your vehicle. On the other hand, if the other driver is not insured, your own insurance company, provided you have a policy regarding uninsured or underinsured drivers, will be responsible for the damages your vehicle has incurred. They however, may have a right of action against the person responsible for the accident. The person who caused the damage to your vehicle is ultimately responsible for the damage to your vehicle regardless of whether there is an applicable insurance coverage or not. Whether you actually have the repairs done is none of their business.
the other guys fault doesn't he see you right in front of him because the reaction time would be long enough for him to hit the brakes unless you live in England then its your fault
It wasn't my parents fault that we were so poor that I had to wear hand-me-downs. The embarrassing part is that I only had older sisters.
It depends on whom was being negligent. The fact of a left hand turn in and of itself does not indicate fault any more than a right hand turn.
i hope not because im am in a crappy predicament if so.. no, it is your right of way and they must yield to passing traffic. they would be at fault.
THE INDIVIDUAL MAKING THE LEFT TURN INTO THE CENTER DIVIDER.
If the turning vehicle was struck by a vehicle entering the roadway it would be the the fault of the vehicle entering the roadway.HOWEVER, if the entering vehicle was struck by the turning vehicle, it is the fault of the turning driver.
Liquidated damages clauses are used when it is difficult to determine the extent of damages that would result from a breach of the contract. Therefore, in the contract (or here, purchase order), the parties agree before hand the exact amount one party would owe the other party if the contract is breached. That way, the parties do not have to fight over the extent of the damages because they "agreed" up front what damages would be necessary to "make the non-breaching party whole" in the event one party breaks the contract.
Regardless of how fresh semen is inserted into the vagina you risk pregnancy. Even with a hand.
anyone can get hand foot and mouth diseases even kids
Depends on how bad you cut it and even then it just depends where at on your hand you cut..