Can a claim be reopened?

Answer In general, yes.In fact, because insurance is as closely regulated by the states as it is, insurers are often called upon (or perhaps pressured) to reopen or to reconsider claims when complaints ar... Read More »

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Can Chapter 13 be reopened after confirmation?

A Chapter 13 bankruptcy case can be reopened after it has been confirmed, or closed, with a discharge order. This can happen if a debtor discovers assets or debts not on the original schedule.Refer... Read More »

If a pet shop closed down, then reopened 3 months later as a Chinese take away, would you eat from there?

Now these are the kind of questions I like!!!Tha' one's that make you Not if I knew that previously. If I ate there and found out later... I would probably sto... Read More »

If the insurance policy lapses after a claim has been submitted for a minor accident will it affect the claim processing?

Answer The claims department will be concerned only with the status of the policy at the moment of the accident. Other than that, it will not come into play. Any delay would be very minor (as long ... Read More »

If an accident occured a year ago can you be persued to file a claim with your insurance comapny and would the claim be valid?

Answer In many states you have up two years to submit a claim for accidents. But statues of limitation vary from state to state.