My father was a passenger in a fatal accident. I am the only surviving family member. What benefits am I entitled to?
If your father had a will, you may be named in the will. If your father did not have a will, you may inherit his estate through intestacy laws.
If your father's estate has the right to recover in a civil suit because of the accident, you may be the appropriate party to bring that action.
Benefits that go to the survivors. For example, if you had a pension plan, and you died, your surviving spouse might be entitled to some of your pension payments. Read More
A surviving spouse is usually entitled to such benefits, the main critieria for being eligible is her own SS status and how long the couple were married before the death. Read More
An accident and sickness insurance policy offers benefits in case of accident and sickness. That means that one is entitled to reimbursements for hospital costs and other medical costs in case of accident and sickness. Read More
Yes. If the passenger is hurt in an accident caused by the driver, the passenger is fully entitled to sue the driver. In fact even if the passenger is a spouse of the driver, the passenger can sue. Read More
Both partners are entitled to fidelity, respect and mutual support. In addition a surviving spouse is entitled to a portion of their spouse's estate. You can read the law of intestacy for Oklahoma at the related link. Both partners are entitled to fidelity, respect and mutual support. In addition a surviving spouse is entitled to a portion of their spouse's estate. You can read the law of intestacy for Oklahoma at the related link. Both… Read More
No spouses are not entitled to veteran's benefts you might be entitled to benefits if he retired but that's different Read More
You are the surviving spouse and entitle to anything the surviving spouse is entitled to under state and federal laws. You should consult with an attorney who can review your situation and explain your rights and options. Read More
you aren't entitled to veteran's benefits through the VA. You could be entitled to benefits directly through the military IF he died on active duty Read More
Any wife is entitled to all the legal benefits that inure to a legal marriage. See related link for a listing of those benefits. Any wife is entitled to all the legal benefits that inure to a legal marriage. See related link for a listing of those benefits. Any wife is entitled to all the legal benefits that inure to a legal marriage. See related link for a listing of those benefits. Any wife is… Read More
If the child is otherwise entitled to public benefits, they will still be entitled if a parent is deported. There is no added or forfeited benefits to a child of a deported parent. Read More
You may be entitled to indemnity if you were not directly responsible for the accident. You will have to check this with an attorney to be sure as they will always give you the best advice in this situation. Read More
If they qualify for benefits age-wise they are entitled to collect as long as they can prove paternity. If they qualify for benefits age-wise they are entitled to collect as long as they can prove paternity. If they qualify for benefits age-wise they are entitled to collect as long as they can prove paternity. If they qualify for benefits age-wise they are entitled to collect as long as they can prove paternity. Read More
When either a husband or wife with full coverage is killed in an auto accident are they entitled to money beyond the auto payoff?
What state? Of course. Medical payments are pretty standard plus it depends on who was at fault. If it was the other driver the surviving spouse could be in for quite a bit. Read More
Perhaps state benefits but not government benefits Read More
Freelancers don't get the same benefits an employee does, and this includes unemployment benefits. As a freelancer, you are not entitled to one. Read More
If the widow of the deceased remarries is she still entitled to his estate if their are legal heirs involved?
Generally, if she was married to the decedent at the time of death then she is entitled to a portion of the estate as the surviving spouse. Read More
Benefits are what you receive from insurance for instance. This is the goods, service or monetary amounts you are entitled to. Read More
A minor child's father passed and there was no a will. The father owned real estate by a joint tenancy. What happens now?
Property held in a joint tenancy passes automatically to the surviving joint tenant. However, if the father owned any other property in his own right when he died then a claim can be filed against his estate on behalf of the minor child. The child would also be entitled to Social Security benefits. Property held in a joint tenancy passes automatically to the surviving joint tenant. However, if the father owned any other property in… Read More
Generally, no. However, she may be entitled to an inheritance, and if she is a minor, her surviving spouse may hold that inheritance in trust for her. Read More
If you are a British citizen there may be some benefits to which you are entitled. Read More
Are you entitled to receive benefits from your spouse's pension if he dies and you are legally separated?
The length of the marriage is what usually determines if a spouse or ex spouse is entitled to any pension benefits either private, SS or RRB. Read More
You are entitled to receive Medicare benefits under your late husband's earnings records; however, you must be 65 years old or disabled before you can enroll. Read More
Does liability coverage cover passenjures injured in your car during and accident in which your car is the only one reported damagesd?
If the question you are asking is: does your car insurance cover passenger injury when the driver of a car caused an accident. In the UK - the answer to this is "yes". The driver of a car owes a duty to his passengers to keep them safe and car insurance covers legal liability for passenger injury even when only one vehicle is involved in an accident. See the related link entitled "accident car insurance"… Read More
A wife is entitled to all disability benefits for which she qualifies in her own right. She is NOT entitled to ANY benefits relating to a person who has deceased and if she continues to claim or collect these benefits she is committing a crime (fraud). YES, If the husband died of a service connected disability or died of a presumptive issue, she is entitled to DIC (Dependents Idenity Compensation). Also if the husband served… Read More
A victim is someone that has suffered from an accident. Whether the injuries were serious or minor, the person that did not cause the accident is often entitled to damages and funds for pain and suffering. Read More
You are 16 and live away from home you are in full time education at College but have no money to financially support yourself and have no help from others to do this What benefits are you entitled to?
You have no benefits that you are entitled to. If you have a scholarship to college, talk to the financial aid office. Read More
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Only if designated in the decree. Read More
Only if awarded them in the divorce Read More
No. State regulations will exclude people paid by commission from unemployment benefits. Read More
Only if you were awarded a portion of the benefits in the divorce action. Read More
If you are medically discharged from marine boot camp on your ninth week what benefits are you entitled to?
If you are disabled, you are entitled to disability compensation in puportion to the level of your disability. For other benefits, you would need to contact your local AMVETS representative or the VA. Read More
If not included in the Will, then nothing. Though you could detest this in court depending on your circumstances. Read More
Surviving spouses in Colorado are entitled to property that was shared with the deceased partner, even if no will explicitly says so. The survivor also has the ability to be named as the personal representative of the estate. Read More
You're entitled to VA benefits and service related disability benefits (if applicable), but you won't continue receiving the benefits you received while you were on active duty. Read More
"are my minor children entitled to compensation for being passengers in an accident that was not my fault. ? they were bruised up. no major injuries." Certainly they are entitled to compensation if they were injured. The amount would depend on the severity of the injuries and if they received any medical treatment. If you are in an auto accident and have any injuries at all always go immediately to the emergency room. If you… Read More
If granted them by the court. Read More
Survivor of gratuitous death benefits are entitled to what life insurance Read More
yes YES, Certain children from Veterans that servied in areas sprayed with Agent Orange are entitled to some benefits. Also any child determined to be a disabled child prior to the Age of 18 is also entitled to benefits too. Read More
I have been living with an SSI recepient for 17 years what am I entitled to in a community property state as far as SSI is concerned What about our child does money come to her?
You would not be entitled to any of the SSI benefits. For a person to be eligible for any SS benefits of their partner, that person must be legally married to the receipient of such. The child might be entitled to survivor benefits upon the death of the SS beneficiary, but parentage would have to be established and the deceased would have to be qualified for regular SS retirement benefits or SSD not SSI. Read More
Your question is contradictory. If you are legally separated then you are still legally married. In that case your wife is not your ex-wife, she is still your wife. If you die, she is entitled to a share of your estate as the surviving spouse. She is entitled to all the benefits that come with marriage under the law. There may be other responsibilities set forth in your legal separation agreement. In order for her… Read More
There are two different books entitled, Surviving Hitler. These are ; Surviving Hitler : A Boy in the Nazi Death Camps which has 160 pages ( paperback ) and Surviving Hitler : The unlikely true story of an SS Soldier and a Jewish Woman which has 277 pages ( hardcover ). Read More
You are entitled to keep and give away your baby, once it is born. Yes i know but i am keeping the baby i meant like what am i entitled to when the baby is born and what help is out there for young mums and mums to be. Read More
The playwright Aristophanes was known for writing comedic plays. The earliest surviving play of his was entitled "The Acharnians" and was his third play. Read More
It will depend on what the will says. If there is no will, yes, they can normally expect to receive half the estate. Read More
Yes. Why not? If you're injured your entitled to benefits till your healed. Read More
If a child's biological parent dies who was on disability and paying child support what benefits will he be entitled to?
Social Security Death Benefits until age 18. Read More