i was on the freeway far right lane and he merged into my lane didn't see me from his blind spot and crushed me he was at fault
If you were harmed (physically and/or property damage) due to someone else's negligent acts, you can recover unless you were also at fault for the crash. The fact that you didn't have a driver's license is probably not relevant but you will want an experienced attorney to look at what happened and advise you of your rights.See question
I was in active labor and ready to deliver in the meantime the nurses made me wait for an hour because the dr was on her way and now my baby has issues with her skull. I have done some research and figured out that the skull plates early fusion ca...
You will want to talk with an experienced medical malpractice attorney in your area to review what happened to you and your baby. You may have a lawsuit but it will have to be supported by competent medical expert testimony that the care and treatment you received was below the standard of care and that your and/or your baby were harmed as a result of that substandard conduct. Remember that there are deadlines for filing lawsuits so act promptly.See question
I have no job anymore due to the injury. It has been 1 1/2 yrs since the injury to my back. I am ready to settle as well as the insurance company and there attorney and i have signed all documents and am awaiting hearing. I have been sent an evict...
You should see an attorney experienced in representing injured workers. You have certain rights under the law and by settling your case you give up may of them. It may be too late because you have "signed the documents" already however contact an attorney right away to review your situation.See question
to establish an estate in order to distribute funds in case of a successful result where the case is won
Yes, as without an estate and an appointed administrator, there is no one who can legally file a lawsuit or make decisions on behalf of the estate.See question
My minor son was in an auto accident. Both parties blame the other. My son got an improper passing ticket, which we are contesting, because I think he was so nervous that he didnt explain the situation properly to the officer. The other driver and...
Yes, you can write to the other driver and ask that she not contact you or your son. Give her your insurance contact information and ask that she deal with them only. Your son is not responsible for damage that occurred after the accident that he had with her. You should call, or have your son call, your insurance company and let them know about the additional accident with more car damage.
Also, you should contact an attorney who can help your son with the traffic ticket. If he is a minor, any moving violations can have consequences for him with his driver's license.
Lastly, if he was hurt, he should see his doctor. Your insurance policy will have some coverage for medical bills related to the crash; so even is you do not have health insurance, he should be able to get some help with the coverage on your car policy.