The challenge isn't to find a pro bono attorney. Your task is to find counsel who has handled malpractice and is willing to accept your case. Dental malpractice cases tend to require extensive expert workup and at the same time the damages tend to be low. While my office - not in your jurisdiction - has handled and tried dental malpractice cases, we are extremely selective about viable cases. Start looking now. Don't waste any time. More on malpractice: BLUE LINK BELOW
Motions for Summary Judgment can in fact result in termination of your law suit. Precision is required in the pleadings and the rules of the court in the jurisdiction in which this action is pending answer your question about supporting documents. An experienced civil litigator in your jurisdiction should be consulted. Meanwhile, here's an article on the subject: [Blue-Link-Below]
Those who are in control of a premises are responsible for the reasonable maintenance of the property and this can include the owners and those who lease space. Often both can be held liable. In addition, it is not unusual for those who have entered into commercial lease agreements for the use of property to allocate liability through indemnification agreements. So, the answer to your question lies in the facts of the case and documents that are not available to any of us at the moment....
It is always a bad idea to go up against the insurance meat grinder on your own. The insurance industry is part of the financial services sector of the U.S. economy. That means they are failing their primary job if they do not minimize your claim as much as possible.
Here are ten reasons why you need an advocate who understands that mindset: [Click Blue Link Below]
To directly answer your question, post liability efforts to protect assets, for example locking assets into a trust, can be seen as a fraudulent conveyance and undone by a court. The person's claim may be more than your coverage limit but many such claims end up settling within the policy limits. I highly recommend reporting it to your own insurance company and fully cooperaing with them. Read the section titled Legal Defense in this article and good luck: BLUE LINK BELOW
Legislators can pass all the 'no-fault' law they want, our legal system is still based entirely on negligence law and fault if you want to bring a claim for damages. If you were at fault, the're no valid claim. As others have said, the question is not entirely clear and you might either (a) repost or (b) consult with an experienced attorney in your jurisdiction. Finally, if you are asking about bankruptcy, the DWI/DUI scenario pushes claims into the non dischargeable category. Here's more:...
After a motor vehicle accident you should be able to get a basic report with at the very least names of the drivers of all operators involved in the car accident and their insurance companies. You did the right thing in taking reasonable steps to locate the driver who attempted to hit and run, and also in calling police immediately after the accident. At this point continue to do the right thing to pursue your own interests and retain an experienced personal injury attorney in your...
Trial attorneys with experience in what juries do develop a feel for case values. Many factors beyond an internet summary need to be considered. You don't want to go to court, you just want to settle? No insurance company pays fair value unless they see a case will be properly prepared, and the insurance industry's own statistics confirm when an attorney is brought in claim value more than doubles. Claim value calculator? Here: BLUE LINK BELOW
With all of the good experienced injury attorneys in your area why are you tripping over your own feet attempting to "do-it-yourself?" The insurance industry's own statistics - not mine or those of any attorney - confirm that those who are represented by attorneys achieve settlements double or more than unrepresented claimants. 10 more reaons to retain an attorney: BLUE LINK BELOW
(a) Don't let an unlicensed driver drive your car.
(b) Talk to your insurance agent and make sure you have adequate insurance. Auto insurance and also umbrella coverage. No, this does not insure your umbrella. Talk to your insurance agent.
(c) Consult with an experienced attorney in your jurisdiction.
(d) Don't let an unlicensed driver drive your car.