hi mr kennett, i asked this question before "IS THERE A LAW STATING A PARENT HAS TO USE MEDICAL INSURANCE AVAILABLE? MY HUSBANDS EX IS TAKING HIM TO COURT TO PAY MEDICAL BILLS THAT SHE REFUSED TO USE INSURANCE THE BILLS ARE WORTH OVER 7000 " // i read it and it says "unreimbursed" so it kinda makes things bad. you said it was covered if said covered, is there any phrase that may help with that wording or something we can dispute.
Country relating to Question: United States
State (if USA): New York
You will have to use the argument that the insurance was available and that she would have been "reimbursed" had she turned in the claim. The court is not going to say that she is permitted to run up the costs just because she chose not to use the insurance that was available. So the word is "availability" of insurance that was not used causing her to not be reimbursed when she was clearly entitled to be.
25 years experience in general law, including real estate, criminal, traffic, and domestic relations
if a car dealership repaired a car, they sublet to another place (that place did a horrible job) i know the dealership is responsible, would the actual car repair place be a co-defendent? or is the dealership completely responsible in court? the sublet place did the work, they are the ones who said nasty things about me in writing. also if i just file for the one place, can it get dismissed and asked to refile with a joinder? orshould i go in with both and will the judge remove the joinder
I would name both in the suit just to cover all the bases. I agree that your contract was with the dealer and they should be responsible but it never hurts to name any possible defendants. If the judge wants to dismiss them the judge can do so.
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