I am sorry to hear about your injuries caused by this unfortunate incident.
My recommendation in cases like these is always to seek any and all treatment you deem necessary first. Once your injuries have stabalized, you should contact an attorney with experience handling personal injury matters. He or she will be able to assist you deciding your best course of legal action.
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I am sorry to hear about your accident and truly hope you feel better. The first thing is obviously you should seek any medical care you deem necessary to treat your injuries.
Once you are feeling up to it, you should consult with an attorney who has experience handling slip and fall cases and injuries. That attorney should be able to advise you whether you have any recourse against Walgreens and/or their insurance company for your injuries, pain and suffering.
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You should call your insurance company and report a claim immediately. They might hire a lawyer to defend your traffic ticket in municipal court. If there is a personal injury lawsuit, the disposition of the traffic ticket may affect your civil liability. For this reason, the insurance company will want to protect your defenses as early as possible, which in this case may save you from having to pay for a traffic lawyer out of pocket.
You should contact a lawyer immediately to discuss your options. The Tort Claims Act requires you file a Notice of Tort Claim within 90 days of the incident. If you do not do so, your claim may be forever barred.
It does not surprise me that the School and their Board of Education is not responding. Schools have insurance carriers just like we do. I used to serve as legal counsel to one of the largest School Board insurance companies in NJ and they typically relied upon the 90 day Tort Claim...
This is a situation that requires an experienced personal injury lawyer who has dealt with insurance companies in the past.
Your question suggests that you are aware of the identity of the driver that hit you. If you are aware or if a police report was filled out regarding your accident, you need to take steps to place the adverse driver's insurance company on notice. I am a former insurance defense attorney and have experience negotiating with insurance companies in these types of...
There are several things which need to be explored. You have not indicated why the insurance company is not paying her bills. It is impossible to say whether the insurance company's position can be challenged without additional facts.
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It depends what the lease says regarding lease termination. It is possible your landlord is breaching the lease and, if so, he may be liable to you for damages that are a proximate cause of his breach. For example, if the landlord has breached the lease agreement and you have to seek alternate living arangement, the landlord may be responsible for your moving costs, and potentially for any increase in rent you may incur as a result of the 30 days notice.
With that said, it is impossible to...
Yes, you have a potential case against your neighbor for which there may be insurance coverage. I would be happy to discuss this case with you at no charge. Please contact me at your earliest convenience.
Timothy J. Fonseca, Esq.
Cutolo Law Firm, LLC
151 Highway 33 East
Manalapan, NJ 07726
Your question suggests the other driver is at fault. If that is the case, you may look to recover damages for any claim for property damage or for personal injury you may have from the adverse driver. The fact that you were uninsured at the time should not have any effect on a civil claim against the adverse driver for negligence.
However, there are other-- potential criminal-- consequences to being uninsured and in an accident.
I would recommend you consult with an attorney as soon as...