How long do you have to settle a claim?
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There are state and company guidelines, however they can be extended. The company needs the time necessary to fully investigate the claim. If you care to provide (either in th…e discussion forum on this question or my message board), the details, perhaps I could be of more assistance. If you want you could always file a complaint with WA states dept of insurance, I assure you these complaint answers are VERY time specific.
In the state of Arizona, there is no specified time limit in whichan insurance company has to settle a claim with an insured party orwith a third party that has filed a claim.… An individual does havea time limit of two years in which to file a lawsuit against thedriver who was at fault in an accident.
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There really is no time limit. Annual reports have to be filed with the probate courts. There are wills that have been open for decades slowly full filling the wishes of the t…estator and administering trusts.
Here is a great resource to find the answer to that question:. http://www.iii.org/media/companies/state_org/insur_departments/
All Licensed Insurance Companies have to settle their submitted claims in accordance with the regulations as promulgated by the Department of Insurance in the state in which t…he claim occurred. In most U.S. states an insurer is required to make a reasonable settlement offer within 60 days barring extenuating circumstances such as a widespread disaster. Another mitigating factor on the 60 days is when the insured disagrees with the settlement offer. Remember though, The company only has to make a reasonable offer, If you disagree with the settlement offer then that automatically extends the amount of time it can take to settle. So it really just depends on your state regulations as to specific claims settlement and requirements.
Your epf no 15357-808 was closed jan-2008till today your claim not settled how long it takes to receive amount?
Usually 90 days.
It is not wise to call your insurance company first after you are hurt from an accident, You have to understand that insurance companies are for profits and they may try to li…mit your recovery. It is wiser for you to call an attorney first to work on your behalf and take care of your best interests. Get a more understanding about this by checking the link below. -- You go through your insurance company and if necessary through the court.
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Personal injury claim and I hope this wouldn't take long May I ask how long will it take to settle my claim at most?
The time it takes to settle a claim depends on many circumstances. It is important to allow injuries to stabilize before beginning settlement negotiations. By settling too ear…ly, important consequences of a serious injury may be missed, such as the need for future medical treatment, scarring, or rehab difficulties.
The answer here is pretty arbitrary. Insurance companies are expected to resolve claims in a reasonable amount of time, but that time is determined by State law and may differ… from State to State. However, the longer a claim is open, the more it costs the company in question, and since they are 'for profit' businesses, they try to settle it as quickly and inexpensively as they possibly can.
How long does an at fault insurance company have to settle your auto accident claim if they are at fault?
it depends on whose fault is it. if yours than around 8 months. if there's than probably 4 months.
Can a town sue an executor of an estate for back taxes if the estate already settled if so how long do they have to make a claim?
Yes, they can sue the executor. They breached their duty if they did not resolve the taxes before closing the estate.
Usually it's quite fast once all the documentation is put in the hands of the adjuster. Claims adjusters are just like everyone else, they want to get their claims closed and …get the files off their desk. They don't get any bonuses or promotions for not paying claims or for holding them up do matter what the accident chaser lawyers try to tell you just to get you to give them a third of your payout that you deserve. Studies done show that after attorneys fees that you have to pay for you clients get more money from the insurance company without an attorney than they do with a lawyer. You end up doing all the work anyway in chasing down police reports, estimates for the damage on your vehicles, medical bills, etc.
This would certainly depend on the severity of the injury and how long before a physician can diagnose the real damage to the elbow. You would not want to settle the claim bef…ore knowing if you will have permanent injuries and to what extent they will be debilitating.