Can you sue someone for sailing you fake insurance?
I assume you are stating "selling" you fake insurance. If so, the answer is yes you can and should sue them for selling you fake insurance. The State Department of Insurance will also probably pursue criminal charges against them as well.
If they gave it to you, what would you sue them for? If they sold it to you, you can ask for your money back.
if they are dumb enough to tell you their real name sue sue sue sue sue sue
Can you sue someone for making a fake Facebook account and telling them you slept with their girlfriend?
Unfortunately no you can't sue anyone for doing that!
can someone sue a person that was in an accident with no police report an the insurance company did not come to take pics of my car .Only there policy's holder car ,who sue's for the money if the insurer had motorist with no insurance policy?
If there is lawsuit, or sue.
Well Someone will sue you and the insurance will do something about it!
If you don't have car insurance and was hit by someone else can you sue them and the insurance company?
You might want to be careful here. Some states have steep fines and worse for someone that drives without insurance.
Can the driver who hits you from behind with no insurance sue you for injuries because you have insurance?
People sue today for anything and everything. The question is could he win a lawsuit from someone he hit in the rear. In 2005 I would say anything is possible.
If someone loans a motorcycle and says it has insurance but it does not and the borrower has an accident can the owner sue the borrower?
If you reside in the US anyone can sue anyone for anything. In this case they could both sue each other. Don't know who will win but they sue.
Usually one cannot sue their own company if the accident was a fault of their own. If someone else hit you and caused you to hit the pole, the other person's insurance would be liable.
The other person can sue you because you are at fault for the accident.
You can sue someone no matter what, but the thing is whether or not you will win the case in court. If you don't think you would win the court case if you sued someone, I don't suggest sueing.
Can you sue at fault driver in California who has insurance if his insurance company refuses to pay your claim for medical expenses or do you have to sue his insurance company?
yes. you can sue an at fault driver if his insurance company refuses to pay your claim. it would not be proper to sue the insurance company.
Why would you sue your own insurance?
Probably. When you purchase insurance, you are insuring the car. If you drive someone else's car and have an accident, their insurance should cover the costs (but their insurance *may* sue your insurance company for compensation/reimbursement.)
If you have a loss worth suing someone for you would not have to try to figure out what to sue for. This is ridiculous. If the other party who hit you has insurance they will take care of your damages and that's it.
You can't sue the Insurance co, but you can sue their insured, the defendant. Since the insured has a valid policy, the Insurance co is obligated to represent him.
What if someone lones there car to someone who is not on there insurance policy and they hit you and there insurance policy does not want to pay?
First make sure you have filed a Police Report. You can sue both the driver and the owner of the vehicle for your loss. They are both equally liable.
Can someone sue me for a minor fender bender that occurred 3 months ago The guy has no license and no insurance who drove?
If the accident is proven to be your fault, the driver can still sue you for a minor fender bender.
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.
A company would need public liability insurance in case a customer or family member of a customer were to try and sue a business for whatever reason. Say someone were to twist or break an ankle at a dance class and then tried to sue the instructor or business. This is where the public liability insurance is used to help protect the business,
Well, first lets make a complete sentence out of this: Who pays for the damages if someone that has no license or insurance hits your car? The answer is different for medical expenses and physical damage to your car. Medical expenses can be paid by your insurance company if you have "uninsured/underinsured" coverage. This type of coverage is usually very inexpensive and I recommend everyone has it. Literally a few dollars per year. For property… Read More
I would state that perhaps you could ask them. They might tell you that it is none of your business, and they would probably be right.
It's almost impossible to sue Travelers because of the Binding Arbitration Agreement employees are forced to sign or be fired. I hope someone does, because they need to be stopped! I will be watching for someone to sue...I check the internet regularly.
You are required by law to have liabilty coverage, but not collision coverage. If you did not have collision coverage then you are not due any compensation by your insurance company. If you did have collision insurance and the insurance company will not pay, then you may be able to sue the insurance company, but you cannot sue the state.
What happens when someone bumps your rear end when you are stopped and tries to say that you rolled back into them?
Your insurance companies sort it out. If you don't have insurance, the civil court judge will sort it out when you are sued, or sue the other person.
No, You would have to sue the homeowner. The insurance company was not a party to your injury. Many people make this fatal error, they sue the insurance company either in tandem or in stead of the actual homeowner. Either way though the law suit would be summarily dismissed for improper filing and due to tort reform, you may now even owe the court costs and attorney fees for both parties since it was your… Read More
How do you sue another persons insurance company for an accident that was their fault and they died?
You need to hire a lawyer if you want to sue someone. You need to try to settle this first by yourself by calling the other person's company and see what they say.
If the guy who hit you and admitted fault was found out to have a fake auto insurance policy how can you get the money that he owes you in damages?
you will have to sue in a court of law, that is your only option. Good luck, I hope you win because what this person did is unconscionable
Can you sue a person's homeowner's insurance if your son caught himself on fire under their supervision?
You would usually sue the person, not the insurance.
If you were the person doing the job, it is more likely that he could sue you for not informing him you had no insurance.
If the accident was your fault and someone else was involved their uninsured motorist insurance will pay for their damage. The bad news is that they WILL sue for the amount they had to pay out.
If you did not have an active policy when you hit the person then you are not covered. The pedestrian can sue you for personal injury and it will come out of your pocket.
Yes you do ! If someone (either staff or customer) injures themselves while on your premises - they could sue you in court. Liability insurance is paid to protect the owner from such claims.
In general, you can sue anyone who has done something wrong to you. However, collecting the judgment may be difficult if the person's only income is from disability, unless the person has insurance that covers the liability at issue.
If it is your car, get insurence. If it is not, sue them.
You don't. You sue the individual. The insurance company is obligated to take care of the obligations of the individual.
You can sue someone for anything you want, but without more information, it sounds like your lawsuit would lack merit, and I'm not sure why you would want to. Your insurance broker's job is to connect you to an insurance company that gives you the best coverage or the best value. In terms of processing claims in the event of an accident, he or she can help you know who to speak to, but even… Read More
once the insurance has paid out the policy limits that's it. they do have to defend their client if you choose to sue their client for further damages which you can do.
Can you sue the neighbors homeowners insurance for the death of your son out of neighbors negligence and responsibility for a fire?
You can sue anybody you want. Even the President. But in this case, the insurance company did not cause your sons death. You will need to sue the neighbor directly and if he has liability coverage then his insurance company might defend him in the suit.
No, it's not required, but it's really, really important unless you have the funds in the bank for someone to sue you if they fall or if someone leaves an unattended candle lit. Renters insurance carried by just the renter will only cover the renter's belongings, it will not cover your home.
You do not sue the insurance company. Any suit is filed against the at fault party only. The insurance company will defend their client and pay damages according to the terms of the policy.
You each walk away with nothing - your only recourse is to take the person who hit you to court and sue for damages. However, chances are if that person has no insurance, they have no job, and thus no income which to pay you the damages should the court award in your favor.
sue (if you are suing someone) Sue (if it's a name)
Yes, you will need to file a claim with your own insurance company. Then, you can go after the individual who hit you. You will need a paper trail as to what you paid out of pocket in order to be win that amount in court.
How do you sue someone how hit your car has no license or insurance but has given up only 100 dollars?
Depending on the damages will depend on the court you need to contact. You will have to prove the other persons liabiltiy for the damage. You should contact your insurance agent for advice.
can you sue someone over 18 for assaulting a minor
You have to be 18 to legally sue someone but if your parents do it for you that would be legal
If his insurance wrecks his car, then I am sure that he can. Was his insurance driving drunk or sober?
If you were legally required to have insurance, your position might be compromised a bit, but if the other driver was at fault, and will not cover your costs, yes you could sue. Juries deciding liability usually will not be allowed to know anything about insurance coverage, because it doesn't bear on whether someone has a liability, but could sway them emotionally with the perception of a big pool of faceless money. The job of… Read More