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Century 21 Insurance Complaint - Husband hurt in accident refuse medical care and he got worse

Review by lyndseylo132 on 2011-11-03
NEW JERSEY -- We had Century 21st auto insurance, my husband was in a bad accident and hit by a Geico customer. In NJ your insurance pays for medical bills my husband was badly hurt he has a bad back and injured his leg. There is nerve damage in his left leg. He keeps getting denied for tests and doctor visits. My husband leg has shrunk in size and has lost muscle they REFUSED him from the beginning for physical therapy if he had had it this would not have happened. He can only walk short distances and is in constant pain. They were recommended by the NJEA years ago for teachers they no longer are. They are a horrible unconcerned company do not get insurance from this Evil company.
Comments:5 Replies - Latest reply on 2011-11-04
Posted by Anonymous on 2011-11-03:
This would be one of those instances when it would be appropriate to hire an accident attorney.
Posted by clutzycook on 2011-11-03:
+10 JIS. And don't worry about affording one. Most accident attorneys will only take a payment if they win a judgement.
Posted by spiderman2 on 2011-11-03:
I would be curious to know how much coverage your policy was for. Here in Pennsylvania the minimum coverage is $15,000 bodily injury per person, $30,000 bodily injury per accident and $5,000 property damage. Did you purchase adequate coverage? You need to see a lawyer on this one. Please remember that there is typically a 2 year statue of limitations on auto accident cases, so don't waste any time.
Posted by At Your Service on 2011-11-03:
I absolutely agree with the first two comments. Speak with an attorney.
Posted by CowboyFan on 2011-11-04:
I googled New Jersey no fault law and apparently, your own insurance covers $15,000.00 of medical bills. The law provides, however, that the insurance company can dispute the need for medical services or make people jump through all kinds of hoops to obtain it. Another reason to have "med pay" on your automobile insurance if you do not have good health insurance.

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