I fell backwards after stepping back onto some kind of 2 wheeled kids board that was left half under a shelf of clothes.. I broke my tailbone and injured my hand/wrist and my back.. the pain is excruciating.. they made a report and there was a wit...
I think consultation with an attorney is what you need. As stated you will need to find out what the board was doing there, how long it had been there and when was the last time an employee had checked the area. I will tell you that Wal-Mart is difficult to deal with a lot of times so having an attorney will probably be beneficial to you.See question
i was a passinger in my boy friends truck we were in a wreck another truck hit us hard in the drivers door i was knocked out i dont remember the wreck at all. i got 4 staples in the back of my head 2 big knots on my head my butt was bruised all o...
The other lawyers are correct. You are not in a position to settle. You do not know what the extent of your injuries are or what medical treatment you will need or the cost. Remember once you settle the case is over and you can never go back and get any more money. You should consult with a WV attorney you does personal injury and car wrecks. One thing you need to find out is how much insurance is available to you. If the person that hit you only had minimum limits then you would need to explore other possible insurance coverage.See question
Meeting with attorney following auto accident where other is at fault. Looking to recoup damages to vehicle, medical bills, pain and suffering, re aggregation of current physical condition, damages related to concussion, aggregation of pre existin...
Sometimes the insurance company won't contact you until they talk to their insured about the wreck. I am sure the attorney will ask all the right questions and get to the bottom of the problem. You need to realize that most legal matters like this don't resolve quickly(except the property damage claim) so be prepared for that.
Remember once you settle your claim it is over and you can't ever go back to get any additional money. So be patient and follow your doctors orders to try and get better.
now im going to have to have surgery to have the root removed. should I contact a lawyer
Whether you have a case depends on first whether there was any negligence by the dentist, second of all what kind of damages did you suffer. Were you having pain in the area, did you go to the doctor for any of the pain. The your surgery, is it going to fix whatever problem you have or are you going to have further problems because the root was left in.
If your case is just that he left the root in, you had no problems and you are having surgery to take it out, then you are going to have a hard time finding a lawyer to take your case. malpractice cases are usually expensive to litigate so unless you have substantial damagers most lawyers won't take them.
With that being said, after your surgery you should call a lawyer and get an opinionSee question
My ex and I divorced in 2014. While married, we owed taxes for 2013 tax year. I was not employed the entire time we were married. He was the only one with an income. He still owes for 2013 taxes. When I file my 2014 taxes will my refund be effect...
if you two filed a joint tax return, then yes the IRS may take your refund for 2014See question
Do I have to pay taxes on the money I received? I am on SSI so I had no list wages
Normally in a personal injury case the award is not taxable. Not knowing the specifics of your settlement I would check with an account and your lawyer for advice.See question
I was in an auto accident two months ago, was found not at fault, I was stiff on scene, and since my injuies, neck/wrist have gotten worse. Didnt go to ER because of medical insurance issues. Have witness statements that confirm my injuries before...
If you haven't seen a doctor it's going to be tough to present a claim. Insurance companies want medical documentation of problems and juries want to see that you are actually hurt and seeing a doctor. I would go see a doctor as soon as possible, just to see what's wrong with you. If you have problem that can be treated and you will get better you should do that. Don't wait until it gets so bad that it can't be fixed.See question
I was in an accident in which a gentleman went through a stop sign at a four way intersection, and I hit tboned him. I didnt have a stop sign. I was going 28 in a 25, and didnt see him for an SUV that was illegally parked at the side of the inters...
If you had the right of way, then the other guy should be at fault for running the stop sign. It sounds like the insurance company is doing what they can to try and pay as little as possible on your claim. While speed can be considered, I'm not sure how 3 mph has any bearing on someone else running a stop signSee question
Problem began with CP2000. I then formally rebutted erroneously filed 1099K(s) upon which IRS bases it's claim of a "tax deficiency". They've disregarded my rebuttals - based in law which I included, taken preference to the third party 1099K infor...
my experience is that they go to the federal court in the district the property is located in to get the court order.See question
I'm looking for a trial ready lawfirm I have been out of work for 10 months due to injuries to my neck and lower back
In order to file a lawsuit someone other than you has to be negligent in causing your injury. I would suggest you contact a firm in your area and discuss the facts of the case with them to see if you have a viable case.See question