My question involves an injury that occurred in the state of: Pennsylvania
Hey everybody, I wanted to follow up on this thread I posted back in May, but it has been locked, http://www.expertlaw.com/forums/showthread.php?t=196843
There hasn't been much progress in the case, but a settlement hearing and jury trial date was set for late 2017, and I still haven't been released from the case. I have a few concerns bugging me that I hope someone can help with.
I am concerned about my insurance companies ability to retroactively drop my policy. Since I was working at the time of my accident and using commercial insurance, could Allstate retroactively drop my coverage? As you can read in the other thread, they haven't said anything about it yet, or at the time of the accident. They haven't dropped my coverage or raised my rates, but I have just read about retroactive drops and am worried they could drop me, and stick me with the settlement, as well as lawyer fees. Is this legally possible? Can it happen this long after they were made aware of the accident?
I was involved with a wage dispute lawsuit with Dominos and awarded a settlement, signing the papers the other day. By signing, I gave up my rights to sue them for anything that took place before the final judgement. Could this affect the driving accident case or are the two separate?