I was involved in a car accident, a few months ago I was hit while in a crosswalk and suffered a herniated disc. My medical bills are in the vicinity of 15000 i hired an attorney and I am now being informed that the driver is only covered for 30,0...
You must meet and discuss this with your attorney. Municipality cases, i.e. road design, are near impossible. Presumably, you do not own, or reside with a relative who owns, a car, nor did you buy insurance (health) to protect yourself. Good luck.See question
I got in a car accident last year at the end of August and my airbags didn't deploy which put me in the hospital and left a scar on my face. Do I sue the car company or what do I do to go about this?
Presumably, the crash was your fault. If so, your case would be against the car company. You will need the vehicle, airbags, and money for an expert review/analysis. Good luck.See question
The incident happened on Sept 15, my car was repaired and fixed on the 17 th, and the insurance company is screwing me around, I have had to take cabs to work, and borrow cars from niehbors just to get to work please help.
Many fine TN attorneys are listed on Avvo. Avvo protocol is that you must contact the attorney, not the other way around. What may be an obstacle is the amount of your loss and whether you signed an enforceable release. Good luck.See question
A case of water dropped on foot while I was shopping at Wal Mart Sunday. My foot is swollen and bruised, and I can't wear a shoe.
As aptly stated, you should report the incident. First, however, you should get appropriate medical attention and contact local/qualified AR counsel. Good luck.See question
I was in a accident and the weather was bad on the highway and my car was not going fast when we slide into the car in the next lane. the truck in the back hit me in the back passenger side. now my insurance is saying that I cannot get my car fix...
You always, fortunately, have the right to sue. Reaching out to an attorney should always be your first move. That said, you dsscribe a crash that might be your sole responsibility. It is in your best interest to still talk to an attorney. By thecway, you or your insurance adjuster is confusing coverages. If you don't have collision then your company does not pay for your repair. Good luck.See question
I broke my left ankle on August 8th of this year and had to have surgery on August 17th to repair it. Around 10 days after my surgery I developed an infection in my ankle. I made an emergency appointment with the bone and joint office and they rec...
You may have a viable and appropriate case to pursue. Speak with local/qualified counsel asap. Your records and your history need to be reviewed. Good luck.See question
Myself and two colleagues are seeking legal representation for slander on social media. The results of the attack has left one of us removed from our position and placed in a totally non-related area of the organization. The second and third have ...
Per Avvo, you need to search their site. You can also search your state's Trial Lawyers Association, justice.org, or ask those you trust/respect. Good luck.See question
Face and nose swell for almost 2 weeks allergic reaction to fillers. Came back for follow up and they injected something to take out filler and had another reaction. It was terrible.
To file a complaint, no; to consider a lawsuit, you should.See question
I worked in a small rural hospital in the emergency room as a staff RN. A gentleman came in after working all day in the hayfield and proceeded to die shortly after we started care on him. Wife was at foot of bed during care. During care Physician...
Based upon what you've posted, you have no concerns. You worked for the facility and they will "cover" this. The hospital accepted the subpoena because they should. Good luck.See question
I pay at the same courtesy desk every day...tell them to keep them 2 cents change. I was not stealing. was deep in thought and walked out the door.....I had the money in my pocket...I don't understand how I did this....I know how it looked, I wou...
You should speak with an employment attorney. Your stock ownership should be yours; not theirs. You may have some recourse. Good luck.See question