If you have insurance can you be sued from your sisters insurance company because you got in an accident with her car?
I am not an attorney, but I am a business owner who has been sued before. You can most definitely be sued. The question as to if they have a case against you or not does…n't matter too much, assuming the loss is only the ammount of the car. Your legal fees in fighting the most baseless claim against you will probably equal the ammount of value of an average car. If there are other damages the strength of their claim against you will come into question. You say you have insurance? You need to approach your insurance company with the claim against you if they haven't already been named as defendents. They will be able to give you more answers. Once again, I am not an attorney. Just giving you my guess based on my experience.
If you're located in the USA you can find good companies by going to one of the travel insurance comparison web sites. Each one of them has done a review of the co…mpanies and will only list companies that are good and that are nationally recognized.
Can I be sued by an insurance company if I had an accident with their policyholder and I was uninsured?
Yes, the process is called "subrogation". When an insurer pays a claim on behalf of its own insured, it succeeds to the rights of the insured to the extent of its payment. Tha…t is, it can recover its payment from the at-fault party in the same way that the insured could have pursued the at-fault party. If the insurer's policyholder was at fault, in whole or in part, for the loss the insurer may recover only that portion of its payment for which its insured was not responsible. Some jurisdictions apply a pure comparative negligence analysis, where negligence is apportioned as a percentage between the parties. Other states use a contributory negligence analysis whereby if the insured was at all at fault, he/she, and therefore, his/her insurer, may not recover anything. Still other states apply a hybrid analysis. The location of the occurrence determines the law that applies.
You were in an accident 2 years ago and the other person is suing is she suing you or the insurance company?
Answer . She is suing you and you must notify your insurance company of the lawsuit. They will pay, make an offer to settle or defend you.
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I used to work there. They treat their employees badly. Upper level management is completely out of touch with what's really going on and don't care. What do they care about? …The dollars! Making money. They push their CSR's harder and harder every day until they all are now looking for other jobs. The ones that stay are only there because they have been there for 20 or so years and wouldn't make the salary they're making outside of Travelers. Travelers used to be a very good company to work for but they have gotten very greedy over the past 6 years. I'm really surprised the Labor Board isn't coming down on them for making there employees work overtime without paying them. I was in that situation myself until I left. They will keep putting more and more work on you and the stress to get it done is enormous. You have no choice but to work on your own time to get it done. As far as how they treat their customers, it's all a big front. They could care less. It's all about the dollars. That's enough for me. Just thinking about this makes me furious. I've been out of there for 2 years now and am so happy I left.
I am trying to find information on a paid up Life Ins. Policy with AETNA. It is a group policy from Scovill Manf. Co. Issued May 1, 1964. Paid up Oct. 23, 1980.
The broad answer is "Yes". All causes of action have applicable statutes of limitations within which they must be commenced (filed). The sometimes difficult part is calculatin…g the limitations period. That said, all limitations period are defined by statute (written law). In general, if the suit is based upon the failure of your own insurer to pay (what you believe to be) a valid insurance claim, the suit must be brought within the time period specified by statute for suits on a written contract (the insurance policy). Alternatively, if the applicable state law prescribes a different specific period of time for suing your own insurer for nonpayment of a claim, suit must be filed within that period. Important to note is that the insurer has no duty to pay a claim until and unless the claimant has complied with all conditions specified in the policy, such as filing a proof of claim, allowing the insurer to inspect the damaged property, and the like. Some causes of action against ones own insurer are purely statutory in nature, such as those for "bad faith". These relate essentially to the manner in which the insurer has treated you in the claims process. There is generally a different statute of limitations for these (often based upon tort, rather than contract).
Sometimes, check with ur company, one of my companies in the brokerage offers a family and friends discount.
It has been a long held belief that providing such benefits helps a company attract and retain good employees.
One on line Travel Insurance Company would be Total Travel Insurance. One might like to look into that if they are traveling once they book a trip. It guards against them losi…ng money they have paid for the trip should an illness arise and they are unable to make that trip. There is also International medical Insurance that you can purchase for traveling abroad as well.
It's almost impossible to sue Travelers because of the Binding Arbitration Agreement employees are forced to sign or be fired. I hope someone does, because they need to be sto…pped! I will be watching for someone to sue...I check the internet regularly.
Depending on the state and size of employer, there are situations when employers can change or stop the insurance benefits they offer to employees.
Your insurance company should pay for any property damage or medical bills that are incurred as a result of your accident. Your insurance company is still going to try and lim…it their liability as much as possible and they will only pay out up to your coverage limits. Your insurance company isn't liable for any punitive awards based on the fact you were driving under the influence.
Costco has been sued by its employees in the past. In 2012, a former employee of Costco sued the company for unlawful dismissal and unpaid overtime after being fired when he t…ried to organize other employees to bring attention to safety concerns.