Can I sue the banks insurance company?

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PostPosted: Tue Aug 25, 2015 8:49 pm   Post subject: Yes  

Yes, you can sue the bank, their insurance company, the individual who opened the door, etc. The real question, of course, is the fault with you or the bank and will any potential payout outweigh the cost of litigation. I suggest you speak to an attorney first to determine your options. Typically you can find a local injury attorney on TV or you can find one online at Elance or Avvo. The consultation is typically free so don't let cost hold you back.

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PostPosted: Tue Aug 25, 2015 8:49 pm   Post subject: Yes  

Yes, you can sue the bank, their insurance company, the individual who opened the door, etc. The real question, of course, is the fault with you or the bank and will any potential payout outweigh the cost of litigation. I suggest you speak to an attorney first to determine your options. Typically you can find a local injury attorney on TV or you can find one online at Elance or Avvo. The consultation is typically free so don't let cost hold you back.

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PostPosted: Fri Aug 28, 2015 9:23 pm   Post subject:   

junevjohnson . . .



Please don't give out bad advice such as this!



First, the OP didn't even state a cause of action that would give anyone a reason to sue.



Second, you generally do not sue a person's insurance company unless it is the actual tortfeasor.



Third, using an attorney that advertises on TV is probably the worst advice a person can receive. Those attorneys rarely have actual courtroom experience. They write letters and usually accept the first settlement offer that comes along, fulfilling the poor agreement the injured person has signed.



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