One of the officers at the scene told me she had a medical condition. Should I write her husband and tell him I'm going after his estate if he doesn't let his insurance company know that she had a medical condition?
Should I ask her husband if she had a medical condition? And if so he should tell the insurance company so this can be taken care of and I wouldn't have to file a claim against his estate. It was her fault and I shouldn't be the one to pay out of pocket. This has cost me 3700 dollars so far.
So if the husband said that she had a medical condition, wouldn't the insurance company have to pay, period?
If she had a heart condition and had a heart attack when she ran into the back of me, that is her fault. If she had a heart condition that is what happens, you have a heart attack. That is not an act of god. I'm not an attorney but that would be an easy case if she had a heart condition. And if this is not the case, then the insurance companies can say ANYTHING is an act of god and get away with it. That is ridiculous.
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