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Last year I had a serious suicide attempt. I took a bottle

Last year I had a serious suicide attempt. I took a bottle of Tylenol. I later changed my mind about committing suicide and induced vomiting and some pills came out. I stayed at home for several hours and I became nauseous so I became concerned that my liver was damaged from the overdose. I checked myself in into a hospital to get treatment for my liver, and to my surprise, they pink slipped me. I stayed in the hospital until my liver stabilized. My liver enzymes were higher than normal. I became angry, scared, and frustrated because they wouldn't let me leave. So I began to try to negotiate my way out of the hospital, so I lied to a social worker and told her that I didn't take the full bottle (even though I did take the full bottle), and told her I only said I took the full bottle to make sure I get treatment for my liver. I figured the truth got me pink slipped, so maybe be if I try to recant what I said, they would let me leave. The only reason why I went to the hospital is to get treatment for my liver because I took a bottle of Tylenol. Anyways, the social worker wrote what I said in the medical report and she also stated on the report that the duplicity will not help me go home because it will only call into question the truthfulness in all I said, and that I now understand the predicament I put myself in.I sent these medical records to the auto insurance company because of an auto accident that caused PTSD. Could they use the social Worker's statement against me somehow?

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If I get into an accident without collision insurance and

If I get into an accident without collision insurance and someone hits me from behind while at a red light, can I ask my insurance company to sue them for the damages. No police report but she has admitted to being at fault.Thanks

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Can an insurance company issue a policy, take premium

Can an insurance company issue a policy, take premium dollars, say we met eligibility on the initial application and then within a month or so cancel coverage, citing claims we had over 3 years old when the application only asked about claims in the past 3 years?

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I was injured in a car accident in which i was hit by a

I was injured in a car accident in which i was hit by a drunk driver (i was not at fault), im being represented by a lawyer but im concerned my auto insurance will increase even though the accident was not my fault. The driver also hit and run, i dont yet know if he is insured. How can i find out if my insurance premium will go up? And if it would is it too late to drop the lawsuit/retract injury claim bc i dont want a premium increase that i cant afford.

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I am going to switch auto insurance to another company

i am going to switch auto insurance to another company because lower premium.Should I send a written notice for cancellation or just call to agent?My insurance is Allied Insurance which expire on October 31.Can I do that I buy new insuarnce as of Sept 15 and cancel existing Insurance as of Sept 30.Can I have two Insurance during the Sept 15 to Sept 30 and can I claim either insurance if accident during theperiod.This is California.

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Heres the Scenario... I live in the State of Connecticut

Heres the Scenario... I live in the State of Connecticut1.My son, who is a problem driver has moving violations and two serious accidents.2. He still lives at home and is currently covered under my auto insurance policy3. He is buying his own car valued at $2,500. I want to move him off my auto policy and he will get his own policy 50K/100K/50K.Question:If he gets into an accident that is his fault and causes serious injury to the occupant of the other car, lets say $500,000 in bodily injury, his policy only covers $50,000 would I ,as his father, be on the hook for the other $450,000 because he lives in my house? Please advise. and remember he owns the car, he insures the car but he lives in my house

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What is the possible impact to a friend if I use his address

What is the possible impact to a friend if I use his address as my auto insurance address (to save money since my address has higher premium rates). What would this possibly affect him, and in what ways? Thanks,

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I got in a small fender bender on September 2nd. No injuries

I got in a small fender bender on September 2nd. No injuries and just a scraped bumper on the gentleman I bumped into. I didn't have my insurance card on me because I thought my wife had it. To find out (when I called her), she thought I was taking care of auto insurance as we split bills. So as my ticket was being written, she reinstated my auto insurance. So my card says I'm valid on the 2nd but "technically" it was till 20 minutes after the accident. Since I didn't immediately show my card, i have court on September 12th. Driving is my livelihood and I cannot afford to have a suspension. This is my 1st offense in not showing a current card. I have 1 speeding ticket in the past 12 months and that is my only violation. I have current updated auto insurance. This happened in Ohio in Stark County.

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My car was hit by someone speeding as I was reversing in a

My car was hit by someone speeding as I was reversing in a parking lot. At the time we agreed it was no big deal and we both walked away. The other driver got my number from a friend and began texting me saying the scratch got worse and asking me for money or he would report it to the police as a hit and run and call my insurance. Do I have to pay him? Has he lost the right to report it? I can't prove now that he was speeding so I'm afraid if the police or insurance get involved then I'll be found at fault. Should I just pay him?

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