It is a little too early to tell if you have a viable case. The facts so far at least warrant more investigation because there are certain situations where liability may attach for negligence in placing an IV. You should consult with an attorney who can talk to you about the process of evaluating a med mal case and whether you truly have something to pursue. I am sorry for what happened to you and hopefully you heal so and don't have any residual effect.
You should consult with a personal injury attorney as soon as possible to discuss your rights and potential claims. Our office practices throughout Western New York and we provide free consultations for these types of matters. It is important that you provide all of the details about what occurred and the cause of your fall. The store will only be liable if it was negligent, and that negligence caused or contributed to your fall.
A property owner has a duty to keep the property free and clear of dangerous and hazardous conditions. It sounds like this was not done in your situation. You should consult with an attorney as soon as possible to investigate your potential case. M
There may be a potential claim here, but you should consult with an attorney to discuss this in detail to determine if there is something to pursue. I would advise you contact someone as soon as possible as there is a 90 day time frame to place a municipality on notice of a claim. As you are beyond the 90 days, an application to file a late notice of claim will be necessary. This assumes it was a municipality that was responsible for the concrete barrier. If the accident happened on private...
The lack of summons does not mean you do not have any legal recourse. Based on what you have described it sounds like you have a legitimate case and you should retain counsel as soon as possible. Our office provides free legal consultations, as do most personal injury attorneys. There are a variety of time frames that come into play so if you would like to pursue this you should do so quickly. [removed]
There are a number of different hip replacement devices which are the subject of products liability lawsuits for being defective. As a result additional information is needed about your situation to help determine if you have a viable case. There are specific time limits on your ability to bring a claim depending on your situation so I would advise you consult with an attorney as soon as possible.
You may have a claim for personal injury but it will depend on the facts surrounding how you broke your ankle. The statute of limitations is typically 3 years but if your accident happened at a public school there is a 90 day notice requirement and a 1 year and 90 day statute of limitations. You need to consult with an attorney immediately to determine if you have a case.
You are entitled to benefits based on the vehicle you were traveling in at the time of the accident regardless of fault. There are certain time frames applicable to notice to ensure you get benefits. I am available for a free consultation in my office or your home to discuss further.
There are two parts to every personal injury lawsuit, negligence and damages. In your scenario, without more details, it appears that you may have a claim. Negligence for a slip and fall accident requires that the accident be the result of a dangerous or defective condition on the property, the property owner knew, or should have known of the condition, and the condition was the cause of the accident. Slip and fall cases in Western New York are difficult, but the first question for you to...
You have 3 years to bring a negligence claim against your neighbor. In your situation you will need to establish your neighbor knew, or should have known, about the icy condition and failed to remedy it. The issues of how long the ice existed, where it was located an what type of weather was happening at the time of the accident will come into play. I would advise you contact a personal injury attorney in your area as soon as possible to discuss your options and how to proceed.