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  • Does a settlement (in personal injury) bar the plaintiff from suing lawyer for malpractice? Why or Why Not? Examples

    I have been doing some research online and to my surprise I have been receiving different answers. Some attorneys have said that yes the client can't do anything about it once they sign the settlement documents. The client hires a lawyer fo...

    Chad’s Answer

    You can sue, but it may be a difficult one to win.

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  • Pro se in personal injury

    I will be appearing as a pro-se plaintiff in a personal injury/accident case. I have very good reasons for this - the main being the person at fault is no longer in the country, but I still want to get a judgement on record. Now, because of tr...

    Chad’s Answer

    File motion to stay proceeding.

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  • I was the middle car in a rear end accident. I was hit by a truck and sent into the front car. The front car is suing both

    I was the middle car in the accident. There was a truck w/ trailer driving behind me when we both approached two cars that were stopped with the first making a left hand turn. I slowed down behind the second car (and the truck had been tailgating ...

    Chad’s Answer

    Your insurance company will either settle or provide a lawyer to defend.

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  • How long do out of state parties have to Answer a Complaint in Arizona?

    I'm aware that parties have 20 calendar days to answer a complaint in Arizona, however, does that same time limit also apply to Defendants that were served out of state, or do out of state parties to a Complaint get 30 calendar days to file an Ans...

    Chad’s Answer

    30 days to answer.

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  • When I was younger, I was a victim of medical malpractice which resulted in the issues of me having children, among other issues

    Even though the statue of limitation expired on my parents for lawsuit, now that I am 18, do I still have rights to persue compensation?

    Chad’s Answer

    The statute of limitations appears to have run, thus, too late.

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  • I was a victim of a three car accident. The driver who caused the accident did not have insurance so I sued the second driver

    I lost in court. Now, I am due in court by the second drivers insurance to pay court and expert fees. My trial is tomorrow, I have representation but how should I be handling this?

    Chad’s Answer

    You have a lawyer, and he/she will advise you before court.

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  • Court summon for a car accident without any injury/fatalities.

    Hello experts, I had an accident today on a freeway exit when the car in front of me suddenly applied brake and I had to apply brake as well . I didn't hit the car but the guy behind me hit my car with a minor impact on my bumper at back. I got...

    Chad’s Answer

    Hire a good traffic court lawyer in your city to fight the ticket.

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  • What do I do to win in Traffic Court as the accident was ruled against me after I went to hospital?

    I had turned left into the post office parking lot at 4:45 PM, no traffic there anywhere. A fellow came speeding around the north corner of the PO 100' away, sped and made a blind turn into the parking lot, even as I moved forward within the lot....

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    Hire a traffic court lawyer, and once you beat ticket, get a local personal injury lawyer to get you compensation.

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  • Is it correct if the standard 1) if medical malpractice occured 2)if such case is profitable to the law firm

    3) and if criminal conducts against the victim occured (intentionally and maliciously injured) are all different thing? Also, all "evidence" for the medicall malpractice or personal injury exist within the documentation by the health care provi...

    Chad’s Answer

    I cannot understand what you are asking in your post.

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  • Intentional fabrication of medical record

    i.e. Victim's statement: I am taking the beta blocker for diagnosed sinus tacycardia. Nurse: No, it's for the HTN, right? Victim: No, it is for diagnosed tachycardia. Nurse; No, it's for the HTN and I'm going to write in the medical r...

    Chad’s Answer

    Your attorney can ascertan the truth upon deposition or cross examination.

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