Probably not as the vehicle should not have been on the road at the time and you may get charged for driving without insurance. If it was in a parking lot you may be able to sue them in court to get your damages covered.
There is no statute of limitations for a no insurance tickets in Arizona. You have been duly informed and charged with the violation by the ticket.
There is no statute of limitations for a no insurance tickets in Arkansas. You have been duly informed and charged with the violation by the ticket.
it depends if you haven't been charged yet but you know you will you should talk to one if you have been charged you will definitely need one
Probably not. While there should be no 'bar' because you have been charged, the realist is that the FBI has many,many applicants who have never been charged.
Yes, he or she should. And further, you should receive an official letter of declination directly from the insurance carrier.
No - when you are given a prescription your given that for a reason at the time and it all should have been taken then. You must throw the leftovers out and receive a new prescription.
Being accused and being charged are different things. If you are accused then the matter is being investigated. The investigation should show you have been wrongly accused. If charged, then the details should emerge to show you have been wrongly accused and charged. Should these procedures fail then you can appeal.
When a car has been repossessed the person paying the insurance should cancel it.
== == Question..........Did you leave the scene of the accident? If so, you should have been charged by police. On the other hand, if you didn't run and the other driver did run away, you are OK. And YES you should all ways tell the TRUTH to your insurance company, or it WILL come back and bite you in the butt. That also applies to the NEW insurance company. Ethically you have a responsibility to be truthful about your past driving record.
You should have been given a proof of insurance card from your insurance company. Call them for it and if necessary present it to the judge, that should clear the matter up.
the insurance companies can place the blame on you because you were drunk and shouldn't have been out on the road.
Prescription glasses are glasses which have been acquired through a prescription from an optometrist or ophthalmologist. Prescription glasses are available on the NHS in the UK.
I assume your question refers to a car that was financed and was involved in an accident an it was a total lost. The insurance company pays the bank, the car belongs to the insurance company.
I was charged with obtaining a controlled substance by fraud when I changed my prescription of lortabs from 5mg to 7.5mg with the same type of ink pen. The pharmacist @ Target decided to call my Dr. and was told that it had been altered. I went to court and was convicted of this felony.
If it is owed to the health insurance and they were already paid you must return it the ins. company. If not, you could be charged - heavily - even if you say "I thought it was mine" have a nice day.
You can get a normal insurance policy if you have been convicted of DUI in New Jersey. You however, will also be charged a surcharge of $1000 a year for a total of 3 years.
You cannot be charged for the same case once it has been closed
Your health/medical plan must have a prescription plan with it in order for your prescriptions to be covered. Your medical insurance carrier is separate from your prescription medicine carrier. Both are processed through two totally different companies and people don't understand that! Birth controls used to never be covered a few years ago, but now birth controls are starting to be paid for by insurance. Not all birth controls are covered, but to be sure, you can contact the benefits customer service # on the back of your insurance card. It is recommended to get a prescription of a generic because it will be cheaper. Brand name drugs will have a higher copay and can SOMETIMES not be a formulary drug. Formulary means something preferred. Insurances have a 3-tier drug copay. The lower one is for generics, middle is for formulary brand names, and the highest one is for nonformulary ones. Also, make sure your prescription deductible has been met. Your insurance may require a prior authorization (PA) before they will pay for any drug, whether birth control or not. Your pharmacy should be able to let you know if your prescription requires a PA or not once you bring a prescription in and they file it on your insurance. In cases that need a PA, your doctor needs to contact your insurance directly to get an override showing that it's medically necessary, etc. In cases like these, it means your insurance company prefers another drug over that one, in which your doctor can always change it to that drug. If your doctor prescribes you a drug and there is a generic for it but you want the brand name, your insurance is not required to cover it. Most usually pays a percentage but barely anything at all. Wal-Mart Pharmacy offers certain prescription birth controls with or without insurance for only $9 a month.
It is not possible to give you the average cost or car insurance from Mercury Motor Insurance as the amount charged depends on a number of variables. These variables include, the type of car, the age of the driver and the amount of time they have been driving, as well as taking into account any previous insurance claims or no claims discounts.
If you feel something has been handled improperly, you should file a complaint with your states insurance department.
As long as you have a legit prescription from a doctor, and you are only using the drugs you have been prescribed, there should be no problem. You will need proof of a prescription, I'm sure, but other than that, you should be fine.
In countries where it's been approved, it is prescription-only, as it is very powerful.
Being charged is not the same as being convicted. A person who has been charged might still be found innocent of the crime of which he or she has been charged. However, if you have been charged and also convicted of aggravated assault, that is a serious crime and it would involve jail time.
If you have been treated with the proper prescription cream, topically, the rash should disappear within 10-14 days. Otherwise, you may need additionally, an oral prescription medication.