Randy Grossman’s Answers

Randy Grossman

West New York Workers' Compensation Lawyer.

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  1. What kind of payments should I expect if I am out of work for surgery? What will I be entitled to?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Philip L Faccenda
    2. Randy Grossman
    3. David J. McCormick
    4. Ricky Bagolie
    5. Jose Wilfrido Hernandez
    5 lawyer answers

    The best advice is to meet with your attorney at his or her office to review your concerns and to answer your questions. I find that clients who consistently try to get information by making phone calls and speaking with staff members at the attorney's office become frustrated as an attorney's staff or assistant may not have the capacity to directly answer your questions. This can be an unfortunate problem as your attorney may be in court during the times that you call the office. I always...

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  2. What are my options regarding workers comp lawyer not responding even after agreeing in court to have stipulation prepared

    Answered over 3 years ago.

    1. Randy Grossman
    2. Jack Goodchild
    2 lawyer answers

    If you haven't already done so, it would be a good idea to schedule an in-office meeting with your lawyer to discuss what is going one; and to discuss when the work will be concluded and submitted to court. As a last resort, you could contact and communicate with the court, which would in turn communicate with the attorney -- I would imagine this communication would be a good motivator.

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  3. I ask if I can still sue the authorized driver & owner for damages that occurred after accepting a property settlement?

    Answered over 3 years ago.

    1. Randy Grossman
    2. Steven Ronald Kuhn
    3. Lars A. Lundeen
    3 lawyer answers

    Your right to sue the driver and owner of the other vehicle may have been extinguished by accepting the settlement. Usually, insurance companies that negotiate property damage settlements may have you sign settlement agreements (sometimes called releases), which would indicate what you have agreed to settle, and what claims can no longer be made in the future against the insurance company's policy holder or authorized driver. Check with a California attorney and have the local attorney review...

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  4. Medication makes me limp

    Answered about 3 years ago.

    1. Randy Grossman
    2. Charles Joseph Michael Candiano
    3. Brian Curtis Pascale
    4. Jeffrey Mark Adams
    4 lawyer answers

    You should pursue this issue with a doctor.

  5. Unlicesned driver was in an accident is he at fault?

    Answered over 3 years ago.

    1. Randy Grossman
    2. Alan James Brinkmeier
    3. Lars A. Lundeen
    4. Nima Taradji
    5 lawyer answers

    The issue of fault is usually based on the manner in which the drivers operate their motor vehicles. Based on your description, it appears the other driver should be declared primarily at fault. If you have collision coverage on your vehicle, then the fastest remedy it to have your insurance pay for the damage (less your deductible); and then your insurance company would file a claim against the other driver's insurance in order to recover their losses as well as your deductible. If you do...

  6. Please!Is there anything that can still be done?

    Answered over 3 years ago.

    1. Alan Stuart Katkin
    2. Randy Grossman
    2 lawyer answers

    I also suggest contacting a PA attorney as you indicate that is the state where your mother was working and injured. I imagine K-Mart would have had workers compensation insurance at the time of the incident, which would have covered the workers compensation claims, regardless of the bankruptcy. Try contacting the following PA attorney: Michael Silver, 8600 West Chester Pike, Upper Darby, PA 19026 telephone: 610-789-4800

  7. Am I entitled for workman's comp?

    Answered over 3 years ago.

    1. Randy Grossman
    2. John F. Libertine
    3. Alan Stuart Katkin
    4 lawyer answers

    Workers compensation benefits in New Jersey include A) payment of medical treatment for a work related condition; B) payment of temporary disability benefits for the time that a worker is under medical treatment for a work related condition, and the doctor expresses an opinion that the worker is temporarily, totally disabled; and C) payment for disability that is either partially or totally permanent in nature, for a work related condition caused from either an accident or occupational exposure...

  8. I have 3 herniated disks,when the workmans comp lawyers discharge me can I sue?

    Answered over 3 years ago.

    1. Randy Grossman
    2. Michael J. Helfand
    3. Alan Stuart Katkin
    3 lawyer answers

    If you herniated 3 discs while on the job, then you should be entitled to receive compensation benefits for the "injury" -- in NJ, you would be compensated for have a disability that is permanent in nature (either partially or totally disabling). Your right to pursue this compensation usually starts from when your treatment is concluded. It would be a good idea to discuss your rights and options with a New Jersey attorney experienced in handling workers compensation. Let me know if I can be...

  9. UIM limits

    Answered over 3 years ago.

    1. Randy Grossman
    2. Andrew Woodruff Jones
    3. Mark Anthony Matovina
    4. Lars A. Lundeen
    4 lawyer answers

    Generally, no, your UIM policy limits establish the maximum insurance proceeds to claim.

  10. Do i have a strong personal injury claim?

    Answered over 3 years ago.

    1. Randy Grossman
    2. Nima Taradji
    3. Andrew Daniel Myers
    3 lawyer answers

    In the event you have a lawyer retained to work for you, it would be most appropriate to consult with your own attorney. It appears that you probably have a limitation of lawsuit policy (also known as the verbal threshold); and many insurance carriers in NJ refuse to settle non-surgical "soft tissue" injury claims under this policy limitation. Your lawyer will explain that you will next receive a court date; and you can discuss with your lawyer your right to have a trial before a judge and jury.

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