should there be a copy of everything that happened with a personal injury case i just went through?

by admin on July 28, 2010

my attorney claims that out of my suit i had to pay back my ins. ,000.00 medical, wage loss, and milage to get to my doctors. Now i thought that is why we have INS. to be covered in case of accident. my attorney said that the other INS. company that i was sueing was willing to pay my INS. directly and that was suppose to be good cuz then he ( my attorney)would not get his cut out of it . but there is NO paperwork stating that that ,000.00 was sent to my INS but for some reason my INS company sent me back a whole ,900.00 that paper was in my file could some body with maybe a little law or ins knowlage HELP ME OUT I THINK MY ATTORNEY IS JACKING ME

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Mary W July 28, 2010 at 11:48 pm

There is and your attorney has the copies. Sometimes it is best to go to the Clerk of Court and get a copy of the entire case. They will charge you to get such a copy.

STEVEN F July 28, 2010 at 11:48 pm

The purpose of YOUR insurance is the cover what you lost. If the other party is paying, YOU have not suffered an insurable loss. As for records, all parties involved should have records of everything they did.

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