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Assuming that you are not at fault, you can sue the trucking company for your personal injuries. If you are at fault and are asking if you can sue your own insurance company for the personal injuries ...

You will likely have to pay a lawyer an hourly rate to do so. 

An insurance company cannot require you to undertake additional liability and obligations without your knowledge and consent.

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How Does “GAP” Insurance Help Me If I’m In An Accident?

Vehicles owners should be aware of “GAP” (Guaranteed Auto Protection) insurance when buying their vehicles. Simply put, gap insurance pays the difference between the amount owed on your ca ...

When Can An Insurance Company Deny Coverage For Their Insured’s Failure T

Once a law suit is filed, both an insured and insurer have obligations to fulfill under their policy agreement. Indiana law recognizes the validity of cooperation clauses and an insured’s breach ...

How Separation Can Affect Your Beneficiary Status

Are you going through a separation?  If so, you may be wondering how the separation, as opposed to a divorce, will affect your beneficiary status under your spouse’s life insurance policy o ...

Should You Give Your Car Insurance to the Hospital After an Accident?

Approximately 4 million emergency room visits resulting from car crashes occur each year in the U.S. The victims of these accidents sustain a wide range of injuries, including soft tissue injuries, wh ...

Insurance Bad Faith – First Party vs. Third Party Claims, Chicago

There was a terrible, summer thunderstorm with high wind and driving rain, and that old oak tree in the front yard came crashing through the roof of your house. Between the damage to the roof and the ...

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