I didnt go to the doctor as it was late and i have 2 small children at home. I hurt my back and banged my head on the sink when i fell. I told the cashier what happened and told her the floor was wet and she just shrugged her shoulders and said ok...
Thank you for your email. You are viewed as a business invitee and the store owes you a duty of care to keep the premises free and clear of dangerous conditions and to properly warn you of any such dangerous conditions - like water on the floor in a bathroom. More Intel is needed, but a preliminary review of your information points to you having facts to work with to present a personal injury claim. Consult an aggressive trial lawyer immediately and do not speak to any insurance company or Burger King people without first speaking to a lawyer.See question
I was in a car accident
Thank you for your inquiry. Far more details are needed to assist you, but you are on the right track as you need an aggressive trial lawyer to assist you in the coordination of putting all the pieces of a personal injury claim together with you and to draw up the battle plan.
Feel free to give more details about the accident and your injuries.
You need to speak with counsel ASAP. Do not speak to anyone from any insurance company until you confer with an attorney.See question
what kind of background information is needed period?
Based on the preliminary information you provided, you need to contact an aggressive workers compensation attorney to demand medical care be authorized now and assist you in filing a formal Claim Petition to get you needed medical care, lost wages if you miss more than 7 days from work and permanency for residual disability from your injuries down the road.
You should contact a lawyer to assist you immediately.See question
I am USPS employee (I am not permanent yet) working 40 hours or more a week. I work as city carrier. I was attacked by Dog during mail delivery. I was severely injured. My both hands, leg, and back was bitten by German Shepherd. Home owner was ins...
First, you present with a personal injury case regarding the dog owner and you say you dealt with the homeowner, which means dog should clearly be covered under the homeowner's policy to address your damages.
Second, you present with a workers compensation claim. Since your employer is a federal one, noting your reference you are not permanent yet and are a "city carrier" that needs to be developed/answered quickly and a workers compensation claim needs to be opened for to protect your rights.
Best thing to do is move aggressively to protect your rights and do not deal with the insurance companies.
Hire a great lawyer, remembering that such a lawyer is worth every penny under a standard contingency fee agreement, as the amount of work required to do the job right requires tremendous skill, acumen and most of all, trial readiness, to make sure you are treated fairly and get the best and highest compensation you deserve.See question
He works for a major corporate retailer as a back room supervisor. He was injured on the job and requested medical attention. A pallet jack with 3800lbs was pushed over his foot. This occurred at 5pm. At 7pm, I went to his job and another supervis...
Yes, he absolutely needs a workers compensation lawyer for getting the full and fair compensation he deserves.
Next, please advise whether it was a co-employee who operated the pallet jack? Is there another basis of fault? Why/How did it fall? Did something malfunction on equipment? If it is not a co-employee, or if there is another fault basis from one other than a co-employee, then he has a potential negligence suit as well as the workers compensation claim.
Your boyfriend really needs an aggressive trial lawyer who handles negligence cases and also workers compensation cases in order to fully understand the interplay between the two so he is fully protected and all options are vigorously pursued for him. He should reach out to counsel before talking to anyone from his employer and not speak to any insurance company people until he confers with counsel and is properly advised.See question
Hi I was involved in a auto accident recently I was uninsured due to a lapse in my car insurance coverage. I live in New Jersey and I know NJ is a No-fault state and required all auto insurance policy to carry Uninsured driver coverage. I been con...
Short answer is you absolutely can be sued.See question
In my work I got a hernia and the hospital will not operate unless I pay upfront , my employer advised me to seek help with charities. If I pay for the operation can I get compensation from my employer. Thank you for the help.
You need a lawyer to file a workers compensation claim on your behalf since your injury occurred in the course of your employment. You are entitled to have medical care covered, lost wages paid and a permanency award as well, should a doctor determine you have permanent functional impairment involving the injured body part.See question
I'm on workers comp...had back surgery twice in one year
Yes, you need a lawyer. Without a lawyer and filing a formal Claim Petition with the Department of Labor on your behalf, you will not receive all of the benefits you are entitled to, including an award of permanent disability. Further, given the serious nature of your injuries, you need to preserve your ability to not only have treatment now, but in the future as well.See question
Long story short, I had my eyebrows waxed I don't local salon. As a result of it I lost a few layers of skin on both eyelids, much below the brow line and have swelling as well as scabbing that burns bad. Today I am going to the do to bc of pa...
You identify a claim for personal injuries. Take pictures to document the visible injuries, get medical treatment, do not talk to the store or its insurance carrier and immediately consult an aggressive trial lawyer to prosecute your rights.See question
I was stopped at the intersection waiting on the light to turn red, when the car in front of me put his car in reverse and pressed the gas. He smashed my hood back. while driving home, the hood flew back and smashed my windshield. I have been with...
You must have a lawyer review the document the other driver's insurance company may ask you to sign in exchange for a property damage payment. You do not want to release the other driver of any claims for personal injury.
You should commence your medical treatment through your own auto insurance carrier immediately and have counsel deal with the insurance carrier if it is not approving needed medical care.
You need a lawyer who will fight for you.See question