Car accident lawyers have long been able to profit off of their client’s car’s value, even if they can’t be sure the car was damaged.
But it’s becoming increasingly difficult for car accident lawyers to obtain that information legally.
The legal question for car-neighborhood car owners is whether they can actually get the value of their car from their insurance companies.
The answer depends on who is negotiating the deal.
“When a car is insured, there are a lot of requirements,” said Carol LeRoy, a spokeswoman for the Insurance Information Institute, an industry trade group.
“If a collision is caused by a driver who’s under the influence of alcohol or drugs, for example, the insurance company must have probable cause to believe that the driver has a blood alcohol level of 0.08 percent or higher.
They’re going to have to be able to see the car from a distance, from the driver’s perspective, and determine that there is probable cause for a collision.” “
So the insurer must have a very good understanding of what the driver is doing.
They’re going to have to be able to see the car from a distance, from the driver’s perspective, and determine that there is probable cause for a collision.”
A car insurance company that wants to sell insurance coverage for a car that was damaged in an accident should contact the company’s insurer, which would be responsible for paying for repairs, the terms of the policy, and how much it will cost.
But some insurance companies do not have the authority to negotiate with car insurance companies, and they will not provide such information to lawyers or the public.
Some insurance companies are not even required to provide the information to the public, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
When you think about it, it’s almost like a law that says you can’t have a free lunch when you get hit by a car.
“I think the problem is that car insurance has a lot more information about a car than it does about a person,” said Chris Daugherty, a partner at Daugher, Tilton & Co., who specializes in car accident claims.
“But you have to make sure the insurance companies get the information.
“It’s the only thing you have.” “
In the end, the most important thing is the car,” Daugnessy said.
“It’s the only thing you have.”
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