Is this the beginning of the end? I think yes! No one needs a recap on what the last year has been like living in a world plagued-literally- by the coronavirus.
It is common knowledge that if you are driving your vehicle and as a result of your negligence, you cause a collision, you are responsible. The primary insurance is the coverage for the at-fault vehicle. Even if the driver is not the owner of the vehicle and has his or her own insurance. It is the coverage of the owner that applies first. So if you let your friend drive your car, your insurance company is on the hook when your friend rear-ends someone in your car.
Let us be honest. Reading about automobile insurance coverage is about as exciting as watching grass grow. This stuff is dry. It is boring. But it really matters.
Any one of us can make a bad decision. But it is what we do after that sheds light on who we really are. I always guess before I meet a defendant what that defendant is going to say. Is that person going to take accountability? I’ve had people lie to my face. I’ve had people say they are sorry. And I’ve even had people sob across the table.
It was more than 30 years ago; you were young and just starting out in adult life. You had a child and needed help those first few years and the state of Connecticut had programs to assist you, like aid to parents with dependent children. It helped you when you needed a hand up and did not send you a bill at the time for that service.
A tenant, a middle aged lady, rents an apartment in Hartford where she looks forward to spending time with family and friends. Christmas and New Years are approaching. Her landlord tells her that the property will be maintained, including yard care and snow removal, so she feels secure and safe in her new home. A snow storm occurs and the snow and ice block the sidewalks and exits and entries to her apartment. Twenty Four hours after the snow stops falling, she calls the landlord and asks when the snow will be removed. She is told that it will be removed soon. On the second day, the snow still has not been removed.