Is a insurance claimant compelled to make statement after they have been cancelled?
How can a claim be dropped if the other party was at fault and you had only liability insurance on your vehicle?
Does an insurance company have to prove the date of an accident or disprove when you say it happened?
Recoverable Depreciation may be recovered from the insurance company. Recoverable depreciation usually refers to monies held back for repairs. In essence, once a claim has been filed, usually by phone on a 24 hour claim hotline, an adjuster from the insurance goes to the home that has been damaged, assesses the damage, mails the itemization breakdown of damages called a "Scope" to the claimant showing amount of money allowing for repairs. Sometimes a check is…
If the auto insurance settles with an claimant after health insurance has been billed and paid who gets the money?
Keyword: sell structured insurance settlementJ&RQuestion: What exactly is a sell structured insurance settlement? What a sell structured insurance settlement means is that instead of getting a lump sum payment, you will receive as a claimant in the case of personal injury, a financial agreement or settlement.
I backed into a car and broke the tail light no ticket was issued the driver is not claiming 2000 dollars in damage to my insurance how do you dispute?
- the health insurance policy also has a provision about the insurance company's obligation to pay benefits promptly when a claim is submitted. -the claimant has an obligation to notify th insurance company of a loss (injury, illness, or accident) within a certain period of time or the insurer has the right to deny benefits for the loss
The gist of your question is not clear. Specifically, insurance claims are not directed to people; instead, insureds or claimants direct claims to insurers. If you are asking about the options that a claimant has if the at-fault party or his/her/its insurer denies liability or damages or both, the claimant is free to file a civil suit for damages. The burden will be on the claimant to prove liability (fault) and damages. If the person…
The assignee owns the annuity. This is done to protect the "tax-free" nature of the payments, as the claimant cannot have constructive receipt of the funds. Thus, the transaction proceeds as the defendant "assignor", assigns the liability to make future periodic payments to the claimant from itself to the insurance company's assignment corporation "assignee." The Assignment corporation purchases an annuity that will fund the periodic payments for the claimant. The claimant will not own the…