The Insurance Board of Appeal conducts hearings for people appealing:
- The determination by an insurer that the insured was primarily at-fault for a motor vehicle accident;
- Any decision of the RMV; or
- An insurance cancellation issued to a consumer by the insurance company.
Who is at fault in an accident can affect how much you pay for automobile insurance. If the operator is more than 50% at fault, that operator's insurance company has to pay the losses and expenses incurred by others harmed in the accident. If all those involved were equally at fault, the insurers are only responsible for restoring the other injured parties to the extent they did not contribute to the accident. As at-fault accidents could affect your future premiums for 3-5 years, you may wish to challenge the finding of fault. Insurance companies can presume that motor vehicle operators are at fault in certain pre-defined accident situations. If you have been found at-fault and believe that you are not more than 50% at-fault, we can help you appeal the insurance company's decision.License Revocation
License revocation can have a devastating affect because people rely on their cars to drive to school, to work, to transport family and friends, and to carry out the tasks so vital to their daily life. It can be the result of both criminal and non-criminal incidents. If your license has been revoked, we can help you challenge the revocation to help you go on with you daily life.Insurance Cancellation
When a car insurance company cancels a party's car insurance for any reason other than non-payment, or a company refuses to cover a party, that party may file a written complaint with the Insurance Board of Appeal. If your automobile insurance has been cancelled, call us. We will help you to determine if you have grounds to challenge the insurance company's actions, and help you to present your case to the Insurance Board of Appeal.
If you have been found at-fault in a motor vehicle accident, had your license revoked, or had your insurance cancelled, you might benefit from the help of experienced attorneys in presenting your appeal to the Insurance Board of Appeal. The time to appeal these decisions can be as short as ten days. Call us today to determine how we can help you.