Michael David Lindner Jr’s Answers

Michael David Lindner Jr

Pitman Car / Auto Accident Lawyer.

Contributor Level 14
  1. I was hit by a car and just had a depostion

    Answered 8 months ago.

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    Don't worry about what you think the defense attorney thought - who cares. Ask your attorney how you did, and listen to your attorney. .

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  2. What does "off the record" mean?

    Answered about 1 year ago.

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    Technically, the phrase "off the record" means that no transcript will be made of the statement or conversation. It occurs quite often during a deposition or at trial, where the attorneys and the court often want to have a conversation about some issues to clarify things - before going back on the record, so that when they are back on the record, it comes across more concise and clear. However, in your context, it is difficult to explain. Representing yourself puts you in a precarious...

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  3. How much time do I have to sue a hospital for wrongful death?

    Answered 9 months ago.

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    Two years from the date of death, though your claim doesn't sounds like a wrongful death claim, but more a claim for failing to follow a DNR or Living Will.

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  4. ACCIDENT LAWSUIT IN NJ

    Answered 6 months ago.

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    In general, most people who have a limitation on lawsuit auto case that go all the way to a jury verdict lose those cases. I have tracked those results within the Counties of Gloucester, Salem and Cumberland over the last 3 and half years (I know not your county), and the results are very poor for the inured person. That said, that doesn't mean that you will lose, it still depends on the facts of your case - and when it comes to those facts, none of us here in this forum, with the...

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  5. Can I sue Dollar General for selling expired over the counter allergy medicine?

    Answered 11 months ago.

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    What is your damage? Return it, and have them exchange it for a non-expired bottle.

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  6. We are being sued for seven figures in a car accident case. how do we protect our assets?

    Answered 8 months ago.

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    For the most part relax, the fact that you have 1/2 million dollars in coverage means it is highly likely that the case will be settled within the policy limits and your assets won't be at risk, and an injured person pursuing damages beyond policy limits is extremely rare. However, the fact that you have purchased 1/2 million in coverage suggests you may have significant assets that could be pursued, so you may fall into that rare category where this could be an issue. That all said, an...

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  7. Can I get sued for damages on the other car and for personal injuries of the person even though I have medicaid auto insurance?

    Answered 11 months ago.

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    The Medicaid Auto Insurance is what is often described as “dollar a day” car insurance, and what is technically called the Special Automobile Insurance Policy (SAIP). It is called Medicaid Auto insurance policy because people who are currently enrolled in FEDERAL MEDICAID WITH HOSPITALIZATION are eligible for the SAIP. It is called “Dollar a Day” auto insurance because it costs a dollar a day – or $360.00 per year. It is one of the biggest scams in the auto insurance market. It is an...

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  8. Hi there, There is a car accident on 03/01/2010 in NJ and I hit a Truck but I have no insurance at that time.

    Answered over 1 year ago.

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    When a person causes a car accident but does not have car insurance, then the person injured often proceeds against his own insurance company under an Uninsured Motorist claim. However, to properly pursue a claim against his own insurance company, his attorney is obligated to file a complaint against you within 2 years – not necessarily for him to get any money from you – but to preserve his insurance company’s right to collect any money from you that they may pay to the inured driver. Once...

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  9. I had a car accident last night and am debating reporting my insurance company. I am a male. Age 28, on mother's policy.

    Answered 3 months ago.

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    Going forward you should purchase insurance in the appropriate fashion, even if that means slightly higher rates. You describe a scenario that could result in fraud charges, but even if not, it could potentially result in a denial of coverage. The whole point of insurance is to provide coverage for the risks that you may cause to others, as well as to yourself. Here you have spent money to get coverage that might not be there when you need it, and worse, might get you in trouble for...

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  10. In New Jersey, can coverage from my personal auto insurance extend to a rental car?

    Answered 12 months ago.

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    In general, the answer is “it depends”, but for most people, the additional insurance add-ons are not necessary. The best way to know for sure is to simply call your agent and ask them the question before you go to rent your car. You do pay the agent a commission for their work for you (whether you realize it or not), so call them up, make them earn their money and get their advice. They will likely tell you that if you carry comprehensive and liability coverage on your personal car,...

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