If your vehicle is totaled in an accident or stolen, your collision and comprehensive insurance coverage will only cover the car’s current fair market value.
Being involved in a car crash is a difficult experience all on its own, but when you come to find out that the person at fault has no insurance, that difficult experience can turn into a nightmare. If you are involved in a collision with a person who either flees the scene of the accident […]
Every state in the US requires automobile operators to have insurance. However, there are different types of auto insurance that you can get. The two most common types of auto insurance are collision and comprehensive. Each type is a bit different and covers different things. Collisions insurance is meant to cover any damages to your […]
In any personal injury or accident case there’s potential for not only medical expenses that have already been incurred, but future expenses as well. At Hurst Limontes LLC, our specialty is in making sure you receive the proper representation and settlement to help your recovery process go a little smoother. By law, you are entitled […]
We have previously discussed whether or not your insurance company is required to treat you fairly when dealing with you after making a claim. The short answer is yes according to Indiana law. But what about your passengers?
There is a coverage on many people’s auto insurance called “Medical Payments Coverage” (“Med Pay” for short) which is intended to help you out with paying the medical bills that you receive due to a car crash. This coverage is referred to as “no fault,” meaning it doesn’t matter whose fault the crash is, if […]
Yes, you can make a claim against the insurance company for damages. However, it does depend on your driving history and if you have any recent convictions for driving without insurance. INDIANA CAR CRASH FACTS In 2016, the Indiana University Public Policy Institute published a Driving Safety Fact Book which showed that in 2016, there […]
Everyday hundreds of people are struck by a vehicle as they’re crossing the street or walking in it. Some in the crosswalk with the walk sign, other in it without the walk sign, and some outside of the crosswalk.
The legal community in Indiana, specifically those involved in both sides of personal injury cases, has been enthralled in a lively debate concerning whether Defendants should be able to admit Plaintiff’s medical bills when the Plaintiff him/herself isn’t claiming medical expenses as part of their damages. Of course, this debate didn’t arise out of thin […]
When a car accident happens, it’s necessary to establish who was at fault because that party will be liable for the damages they caused. These damages may include personal injuries and property damage. Often those who were involved in the accident or witness to the accident will know who was responsible. However, sometimes, a victim […]