How do I stop my insurance company of 3 years from charging me $986.00a year ,for insurance for my brother in law that I have seen about 3 times in my life.
Me and my daughter live alone, my husband is deceased,this was my mother in laws house, now I own it, my brother in law has been in and out of jail, for the last 23 year, because this was at one time his mother's house, maybe he used this address while incarcerated, but he don't live here and never did, and I have given my insurance company his criminal records, ,they say they need a rental agreement, or light bill, there's no way he have any of that being he don't have a resident,I should not have to prove where this 52 year old man with no drivers license, live to have him removed for my insurance. Please help me
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Bernina stopped making this machine a one or two years ago, and claim that they don't have parts for it any longer. I questioned them regarding the need for 950 parts and reiterated that US law requires companies to stock parts for a number of years after production stops on a product. ??? Policy is sometimes driven by naivety.
In any case, you can see markings on the outside of the timing belt and it can be acquired through companies like Kaman Industrial, or on line from www.sdp-si.com.
If the condition existed prior to and was known by the person buying the insurance then the insurance company has excellent grounds for refusal to pay due to the non disclosure clause however that being said all insurance companies will try to avoid payout so hire a lawyer and expect to wait years for payout as the insurance will check to see how desperate you are for cash, starve you out and offer a very small settlement once they have you tired out.... get a lawyer on pay if you win condition and if he doesn't want the case and you checked 2 or more then drop it..... a lawyer will never take a case that he doesn't think he can win .... make sure the deal is all inclusive, meaning no consultation fees as they can add up above and beyond and are delivered post haste when the money comes....oh, and expect to get 1/4 of the money because a good lawyer isn't free...but right now you have nothing and with out him or her you will not get a dime
You haven't broken any law as long as you aren't driving. But it depends on where you live. You need to find out what the law in your area states about owning/insuring a vehicle if your license has expired or been revoked. But if you are still driving with an expired license then you are definately breaking the law no matter where you live.
Some advice: You will not get much of a response from Hitachi; they are currently involved in several class action lawsuits over a newer model and deny they even knew it had any problems which is a joke as parts were being rushed on hundreds of sets with same problems.
In your case I would ask a few questions: Same shop doing the repair every time?
Did they change BOTH convergence chips each time?
I have seen some shops where they only replace one and within a year or so the other goes out and also I have seen from a Major company where a tech replaced the chips (only one) and did not apply heat sink grease to it.......lasted about ten months.
If a shop repairs your set you (law here in California) are entitled to the old parts being returned to you.
The only other possible reason for this is one of the convergence yokes is pulling too much current; they are located on each of the three picture tubes and I have seen only four sets where this caused repeated failure of the chips.
Check your old repair invoices/receipts: were you charged for two of the chips (Usually STK-392-110 OR STK-392-150.)
Either the repair was not done correctly or there is another problem; current can be tested on the yokes to see if one or more are pulling too much current.
Let me know if you have questions as I am here to help.
It will be based on current value of the same size or comparable TV made now. The TV's usually cost less now then they did a few years ago and yet usually do more. Their insurance company will set a value and in the mean time price new sets with basically the same features
The problem with insurance companies to day is ,that payouts are sujuect to year not condition .If your bike was a few years old it would be no problem .However as your bike is nearly 20 years old ,In the insurance eyes its worth very little .Certain insurance companies do what is knoiwn as a classic insurance policy .Which in the event of an acccident repaires or payout are much more than a normal insurance policy .But again your bike has to be classed as a classic to obtain such a policy by your insurance company .Check the bike ads and try and see what the same bike and year are fetching .You will find a vast diffrence in prices as the bike are in various conditions & a high mileage bike ,will sell cheaper than a low mileage one .Condition has tro be taken into account.Remember this is selling prices ,Not insuranmce values .So prices will be diffrent .
I'm not sure of the laws in B.C,as they seem to change from province to province and from year to year.
However I do know that my in-laws recently had to redo their wiring (60 year old home).
The biggest problem they had with the old wiring was that you could only run a few light bulbs/one appliance at a time,as there wasn't enough power.
My MIL kept complaining that she was getting shocks from the stove as well.Seems that there were some grounding issues.
Your best bet is to try bcbuildinginfo.com. They should have the answers you are seeking.
I would also consult with an electrician as they should know the laws there.
Perhaps run a quick test or two/check for faulty wiring, to pacify the tenants.
Check with your insurance company as well to see if the building meets their specifications.
Good luck with your tenant.
This sounds like a bad cap in the power supply. The component is only starting to fail under load and heat. I'll look up your specific model and see if there have been any reports of this type of problem.