No you'd have to file your loss notice with the company that insures your car or your medical insurance policy.
Homeowners Insurance policies provide no coverage for the automobiles.
the insurance company!
It is your choice. However, it is advised to sue the other company.
If it is your car, get insurence. If it is not, sue them.
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.
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.
you can't sue him if he had your permission to drive car. you need to collect from your insurance company. if you don't have insurance - you're outta luck.
Sure you can sue anyone for anything. The question is will you win. Let's get this straight. You hit a parked car, and you want to sue the owner of that car's insurance company. And your reason is that the car was not registered. Well if the car was not registered then how did they have insurance? What does the fact as to weather the car was registered or not have to do with the accident? You hit a parked car and that means you were at fault. But you go right ahead and sue. See where that gets you.
If you have comprehensive insurance, your policy will cover the damages (less a deductable). In this case, your insurance company will sue the at fault driver. You can also sue the at fault driver for damages (if you do not have comprehensive).
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?
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.)
Yes, they will threaten to sue, if you don't pay, or get your insurance company to pay. It's better to just pay, or notify your insurance company so you don't have to pay the lawyer fees. You don't want the hassle of going to court and you will lose.
Yah of course
Most states allow you to file a claim up to 2 or 3 years after an accident, but you can only sue an insurance company if they have denied your claim.
You don't. You sue the individual. The insurance company is obligated to take care of the obligations of the individual.
No, you can't. When you made you claim under your auto policy for damages done by another party, you signed your subrogation rights over to your insurance company. This is what allows them to recover costs that they paid to fix your car. This is done to assist you in getting your car fixed quickly. You have given your rights to sue the other party to your insurance company. They will get the funds paid back from the other parties insurance or from them directly if he didn't have insurance. You could not sue anyway as you no longer have an economic loss since the car has been fixed; the court would see you as being put back right.
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.
If his insurance wrecks his car, then I am sure that he can. Was his insurance driving drunk or sober?
if your employer doesn't have workers comp insurance then you sue the company directly. Find a good lawyer.
then sue for delay of action!
When an insurance company settles with the other party, they ask for a signed release that absolves them or you of any further liability in connection with that incident.
If it was there fault their insurance company will be responsible for the damages. So yes you can sue, but most likely this won't be necessary as long as the insurance company gives you fair compensation.
You can only sue if you breach the limited tort threshold.
His insurance is not valid BUTWhere I live is insurance company is required by law to pay for the damage he caused and then they may sue him for the money.
if they are dumb enough to tell you their real name sue sue sue sue sue sue
You might want to be careful here. Some states have steep fines and worse for someone that drives without insurance.