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  2. pg1067

    My parked car hit, should be open and shut case.

    In any future posts, you should proofread before hitting the post button. If "they" refers to the insurance company, yes, the insurer gets to decide how to determine the claim based on the evidence presented to it. If you don't like that determination, you are free to file a complaint with the California Department of Insurance (although your post does not suggest that the insurer did anything inappropriate) and/or sue the vehicle owner for your injuries and damage to your property. If you sue, the the vehicle owner's insurer will be obligated to defend and indemnify the owner against any judgment you might obtain. The insurer owes various duties to its insured; it owes none to you. Ummm...no. As long as you don't take action to protect your interests.
  3. pg1067

    What happens if the lessee......

    So....is the business a general partnership? A corporation? An LLC? Something else? Sounds like your wife might, but if you answer the questions that I and some of the others asked, we might be able to provide some useful information. Note that the questions we asked are the same questions that any decent lawyer will ask your wife as part of a consultation.
  4. johnmaknak1

    What happens if the lessee......

    Yes, but on the phone, so what they said isn’t binding.
  5. johnmaknak1

    What happens if the lessee......

    I guess, no offense, but I need to talk to an attorney.
  6. pg1067

    Single Mother

    My, what a charming person you are. My condolences to your child.
  7. johnmaknak1

    What happens if the lessee......

    I was blocked for 14 minutes on here. Anyway, the business is my wife who owns 20 percent, and her partner owns 80 percent. The business is in business but it’s future in not as good as its past.
  8. LegalwriterOne

    Single Mother

    If he wants nothing to do with her, leave it be. You were married at the time of conception and your husband is the presumed father until a court says different. Nobody can tell you any more than that.
  9. Singlemomma

    Single Mother

    Excuse me... ME AND MY HUSBAND WERE SEPARATED FOR A YEAR WHEN I GOT PREGNANT ! don't assume **** if you don't know ****. I asked a question, not for you to judge me. he was in a separate relationship at the time as well. Thank you jerk. And I'm afraid that he's going to try and get custody out of SPITE. I actively try to have him involved in my child's life. I actively try and get him to tell his family about her too, but they don't even know she exists because of how much of a POS he is. And no, I wasn't aware of this when I got pregnant. I knew him since middle school, and he never seemed like that type of person... But NOW I know. so no he's not good enough to act like a father. BECAUSE HE WONT EVEN ACKNOWLEDGE THAT SHE IS HIS. So maybe before you try to troll and be an ass, you can just answer the questions asked and not try to assume why. Thanks.
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  11. I was sitting in my truck, cleaning it out, my truck it was parked in front of my house around 9 pm when a gentleman slammed into the back of me. My truck (a mini) ended up through my cyclone fence his truck (a maxi) the wheel broke off the axle and skid about 3 houses down. My neighbor directly next door has damage to his fence also. I immediately called 911. All the neighbors came outside and a few immediately recognized him to be the owner of the tobacco shop and the auto repair shop a few blocks away. As far as I know I'm o.k. and he is o.k. but the vehicles and fences are not. After every thing settled down I invited him into my house. He smelled like alcohol. I gathered his information and from what he says, "He was locking the gate as he was out of the truck a black man jumped in the truck and started off he in turn jumped in the bed of the truck and the suspect drove off", shortly after plowing into the back of my truck then fled. No one seen the suspect me included, driving or flee. After two hours and the police did not show, the man wanted to leave. I called 911 and asked what should I do? They said, "let him go", and he left my house. The police showed up about two hours later and wrote their report and I called my attorney and ended up at the emergency. room. All of this happened on the 27, Sept. 2018. The truck that hit my truck was not reported stolen and has not been reported to date.The police officer is going to charge him with hit and run and suggest I do a six pack line up. His insurance is fighting my claim because they said there client said it was stolen. If they bothered to check they could see no reports of stolen vehicle. Are they the judge and jury now? Does their policy dictate the law? How long does the law say they can carry on with this injustice?
  12. pg1067

    What happens if the lessee......

    Presumably, the lessor will repossess the car. You told us that the lessee is a company. What sort of company? And, if the company is the lessee, who is the co-lessee? Please also explain what you think the distinction is between a "lessee" and a "co-lessee"? Was the person who told you this an employee of the company that is the lessor of the car in question? If not, what this person told you is meaningless.
  13. adjusterjack

    What happens if the lessee......

    It depends on how the leasing company decides to report the default.
  14. RetiredinVA

    What happens if the lessee......

    It depends on whose payment information is reported to the credit bureau by the particular lessor. Ask them.
  15. MiddlePart

    What happens if the lessee......

    Your post was a little confusing to me. Could you clarify who the "co-lessee" is in this story, and why the company as a lessee of a car needed a "co-lessee"? Several possibilities suggest themselves to me, but I'd rather not assume.
  16. ........(in this case a 2-person owned company) can’t pay lease payments on a BMW? Is only the lessee’s credit report affected, or would the co-lessee’s credit report also be affected? One car company told me that only the lessee’s credit report would be affected.
  17. KarlaEatsDocuments

    Consent from Parent

    Well if I were you, and since you already claimed to do have done it, I would delete this post immediately and keep this between you and her and YOUR parents only. Do NOT discuss this with her parents, EVER, even if you both are above 18 by then. Chances are sooner or later she might tell he parents so they do know what you and her have done. I would not ask any official or teacher or councelor for advise about this; they are legally ordered to report this to the police / justice department. Avoid this girl AT ALL COSTS if you two ever break up or she starts treating you in any harmful or threatening way. Because her have done it under state eyes , you and you alone will suffer the consequences, not her. Do you two separate she will be fine without you. Most important however, do not admit or apologize for anything you ever did with her to her or her family do they ever threaten you or blackmail you or claim to drop the charges in exchange for some sort of "make-up' / 'penance' / 'sorry'. It may be legal in South Carolina to have sex at the age of 16, but the power of a woman, the power of an legally underage person, and the power of that person's parent(s) are overwhelmingly greater than your word. Does this girl or her family ever grow a dislike towards you, her and her family can easily construe your actions to different crimes, from kidnapping to coercive sexual assault / rape. The courts, no matter how good you are, will hurt you in legally profound ways. They can sentence you into punishments that destroy your career in just about any job that has to do with social, emotional, mental, or biological interaction. Your life can become lower than those of real criminals do you ever become convicted of a sex crime, regardless of the acrual circumstances at hand. Althought is so trivial and common in the teenage life that you two both share to have sex, legally you are in serious danger do you or her or her family share this information with authorities. You sound like any other teenager looking for advice about sex and legalities behind it. I am not a lawyer or anything like it, but I do not want to see you in jail or in probation or cut off from your dream job or your community for life because of some impassioned # of minutes with some teenage peer of yours behind intimate, closed doors. It is a harsh life once you meet the judge for these crimes and sadly, even for young, otherwise innocent seniors like you, there is no way to reverse or undo your crime. Only further punishment. PS: Use proper protection do you ever have sex again.
  18. adjusterjack

    Speeding ticket

    Which is why you got pulled over and cited.
  19. Sandy

    Speeding ticket

    I was not in any of the cars involved in the accident, it happened very close to my house, when I got the call I immediately went to the scene to check on my family member. I am in the medical field profession. When they finally got them cut out of the vehicles, I left behind the ambulance carrying my unconscious family member in it. There were 2 ambulances and 2 Life Flight helicopters that left the scene with victims of the collision. I did not keep up with the ambulance, I ended up being 1-2 miles behind it. Needless to say I was very upset and really not paying attention to my speed.
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  21. A nanny is almost always an independent contractor who wouldn't be covered by workers comp (at least not in any state I'm familiar with, but I don't have any knowledge about PA), and a family hiring a nanny isn't going to have workers comp insurance. As far as insurance coverage, personal medical insurance will not exclude on the job accidents (whether for employees or independent contractors). However, personal auto policies almost always exclude coverage when the covered vehicle is being used for a commercial purpose. This is a big issue for Uber and Lyft drivers. Many assume that their personal auto policies will provide coverage, but that's not the case. Therefore, even if the family "formally added" your son to its policy, there would be a real question about whether the liability component of the policy would provide coverage for your son (same as with his/your policy).
  22. RetiredinVA

    Speeding ticket

    No, I'm missing something. I did not look at the original post and assumed it was a continuation of a recent post where the poster said he or she got a ticket with the wrong name and other identifying info. Sorry.
  23. RetiredinVA

    Should family add nanny to car insurance or not?

    If he is injured on the job, he is covered by worker's compensation. That means, his employer is responsible for his medical bills and a portion of his lost wages. Whether they, and their auto insurer, can afford to pay his medical expenses is another question. The major question is whether he is covered for liability if he injures someone else while he is driving his employer's car. If he is liable for injuries to someone else while driving his employer's car he could easily be responsible for tens or hundred's of thousands of dollars of the other person's medical bills unless his employer has adequate insurance. Your focus on your son's medical bills is a minor part of the question.
  24. I thought it was obvious what would be achieved by having him added to their policy to make sure he is covered in case his medical and auto policy excludes on the job accidents
  25. pg1067

    Elder Law-Texas

    Why would a married couple who is selling their house "split" the proceeds? No way to know without reading the POA to see what authority it confers. Assuming your mother isn't mentally incompetent, she can revoke the existing POA and create all the new POAs she wants. If you want to be in a position to second-guess or oversee what your stepfather is doing, you should immediately consult with a local attorney about obtaining a conservatorship (adult guardianship) over your mother.
  26. pg1067

    zoning

    I'm not sure who "they" are, but your post is virtually devoid of facts, so we have no reason to believe that "they" lack this ability. No way for anyone to know without reading the applicable zoning regulations and (possibly) doing some deeper legal research. Obviously, the purchaser should consult with an attorney if this is a concern.
  27. This is a very good point that I didn't think about. You would not be subject to suit simply because he is covered under your auto policy. There are no risks, and you didn't answer my inquiry about what you think would be achieved by having him "added."
  28. impatientone

    Elder Law-Texas

    My mom is 76 and has recently been placed in a assisted living. Her husband (my stepfather) has moved out of the house they shared and is now living with his daughter. The property is in both names and he has decided to put the house on the market. He says the proceeeds will be split 50/50. My stepfather has primary POA and my sister is an alternate. Can my stepfather sell the house and sign any documents for him and my mom?Can my my mom get a new POA that replaces the one in effect now? Is there a way to ensure any proceeds are split as promised? I am afraid my stepfather and his daughter will try to do something backhanded. I want to make sure my mom is protected.
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