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By Anonymous - / Tuesday 12 June 2018 09:00 / United States - Indianapolis
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By  azouwa  |  26

I was in a catch 22 like that involving a hospital that charged me for 2 deliveries 2 weeks apart. From what I've learned... call your insurance company. Explain it to them. See if you can get the other 2 insurance companies on a conference call. Everyone can talk it out. Maybe an agreement can be reached.

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By  azouwa  |  26

I was in a catch 22 like that involving a hospital that charged me for 2 deliveries 2 weeks apart. From what I've learned... call your insurance company. Explain it to them. See if you can get the other 2 insurance companies on a conference call. Everyone can talk it out. Maybe an agreement can be reached.

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  PenguinPal3017  |  11

Can you explain? What's the catch 22 with your hospital story?

By  tounces7  |  17

Was there not a period of time after you got hit the first time, where the insurance adjuster would have come out and assessed the damages, and come up with an amount based on that?

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  alycion  |  29

Loopholes. Second can be claiming that their damage wouldn’t be so bad if the first one didn’t happen. First can be claiming that theirs was made worse by the second and is more expensive now.

I got rear ended a few years back. The estimates and pics really did no good because the damage wasn’t visible until the back bumper was removed. The car didn’t look like it had been hit. A person went into a diabetic coma and pushed the guy behind me into me. George the Animal Steel’s son actually 😂 We laugh because everyone turned out to be ok after they got her to the hospital.

Unfortunately, this is where the ambo chasing accident lawyers come in handy if your insurance doesn’t help. Need someone who does know these little tricks and can get around them.

By  PenguinPal3017  |  11

It sounds like your rear end is about to take another pounding.

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