Must have been perhaps an annuity settlement? Or was there a judgement? Call the insurance company's main office, and start there, do you have any information at all? Such as the claim number etc? If you have trouble finding the company let me know specifics and maybe I can help you find out the contact. ---------------------------------------------
Check the website MissingMoney.com. It's not a fake - it's a real website where you can find out if you are owed money. It's free so definitely check it out. I just found my mom was owed a small amount of money, and another family member was owed nearly $2000 so it's worth checking out!
can i claim money from a bank account that i have just found that has not been used in forty years ?
There is no period between years, the year you receive the money is the year you claim the money.
Claim the loans? You mean claim the interest on the loans, right. Loans are neither a deduction or income.
It depends on the statute of limitations for liability claims in your state. It varies from state to state. Some can be as long as 6-10 years. Some can be as short as 2 years.
Check the IRS.gov website. Generally, you can claim him if you are providing his housing and food and he is in school.
The type of claim effects the answer. Generally there are three types: 1) action against a policy is 5 yrs (claim by a person to their own company) 2) property damage is 4 years (someone else damaged your property and you're making a claim against them) 3) bodily injury is also 5 yrs (someone injured you and you are making a claim against them)
It is a loan repayable. Hence it is a liability. As the liability is for more than one year, it is non current liability.
Yes, they can file a claim against the respoinsible party. If you were liable for the damages at the time then you are still liable now. even if 10 or 20 years has passed. Hopefully your state law will allow the taxi company to file the claim with your insurer at the time, But Most states require auto liability loss claims to be reported or filed within 2 years to be covered under the policy. If It's been more than 2 years and your insurance company won't pay, Then you will still be liable and may just have to pay the claim yourself.
If there was money in controversy and it's still within the statutes of limitations for its type of claim (typically 2 years in most places), you can still sue for it.
not unless you make more money than your folks leave them the exemption.
this was from a previous years filing, they audited and it had to be paid back
Yes you can still file a claim. Who pays if you are involved with an accident? if you're from UK and you have suffered an accident in the last three years with these type of accident, work accident, road accident, medical negligence, trips&slips, public liability and others that you know that its not your fault. http://accidentsdirect.tk The link that i gave you will help you claim your personal injury claim even if the accident happened in the last 3 years. I've already tried their service and they provide free services and has No win no fee policy.
I recommend discussing this with an attorney, but in general, money/property that goes unclaimed with automatically escheat to the state (be claimed by the government by default) after a certain period of time, usually several months or years.
In most states, yes. Because it was the child's claim the settlement proceeds belong to the child and the money is put into a trust account until the child is 18. If the parents feel they are entitled to some of the money - they are the ones caring for the child, driving him/her to doctors, missing work, etc. - they should talk to the attorney about making some sort of claim.
What state did the decedent who died two years ago, die in? Any local probate attorney can answer your question. The heirs of the decedent who died two years ago may be eligible to claim the money.
Time to dig into your savings and pay the claim yourself or you can find your drivers license suspended for the next 10 years or until you pay off your debt from the accident, whichever comes first.
That would be a personal injury claim in Florida. the limitation would be 4 years after the occurrence. There may be ways of tolling the limit, such as discovery of an injury cause by the accident at a later date.
The responsibilities of an IRA Custodian are to manage money for retirement, generally at a bank. This generally works by someone working for 20 years, and having enough money to cover them for another 15 years.
Americans can and do file lawsuits for just about everything. Your homeowner insurance includes liability coverage, which protects you if you're found legally liable for bodily injury or property damage. If your dog causes property damage, then your policy would cover you. I highly recommend making every attempt to handle this without filing a liability claim. Talk to your neighbor to see if they will allow you to replace the damaged portion of the carpet. Why do I recommend this? Because insurance companies do not like to see liability claims on your claims record. These claims are usually a sign of negligence or irresponsibility on the part of the insured, and companies do not want to insure someone with a higher than average potential to be sued. However if you have no other claims on your history and/or have been with your current carrier for a few years, and you plan on keeping this company, then you may want to consider just filing the claim.
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Contact either the agent or the insurance company's claims department to get a claim for for a policy you've had for twenty years.
If you are making a claim against another driver's liability policy, then it will depend on the statute of limitations in your state. The SOL varies from state to state. Some have a long time, like as much as six years. Some are very short, like only one year. But if you are filing a claim on your own car, you'll need to look in your policy to see how long you have. It could be as short as six months.
seven years ago a government dept said I owed them a sum of money, I disagreed with them. soon after I moved house, and never heard anything about the debt again. the same government dept have been in contact with me over other matters, so they did klnow where I was. They recently got in touch with me about the money they said I owed them. Can they still claim this money after five years.