I was involved in an car accident on April 14, 2015. I was heading to work on a raining night when i was stuck by a vehicle from the rear which caused my car to veer out of control to be totaled. It was a hit and run. I was injured my left side an...
You,potentially have two cases -- if you have uninsured motorist coverage on your auto insurance policy, you can file a case under tha, and you may also have a suit against the manufacturer of your car, but that case is going to be much more involved.See question
My friend was in a car accident....he gets in accidents all the time and has more personal injury law suits then anyone I know. That's besides the point. No one was cited at fault but he hit a car that was pulled over on the side of the highway. T...
Your Friend can certainly make a claim, but the case will have its challenges. I would recommend that your friend obtain the accident report and speak with an attorney BEFORE he speaks with any insurance company. NC has some tricky laws that could greatly affect his case.See question
I have a broken foot. Two places in my 3rd metatarsal and a displacedar metatarsal. It is already considered the other parties fault. I want to get pain and suffering too. I have 2 children and am pregnant. I can not properly take care of my child...
Based on what you have described, you have a strong case and an injury attorney can certainly help you obtain money for your injuries, pain and suffering, and other damages. And injury lawyers offer free consultations. Speak with an injury attorney before you talk further with the insurance company.See question
mother went into hospital to have bladder surgery. fell in her hospital room after the surgery. CODED. vomited .aspirated it into her lungs resulting in sepsis.pneumonia blood clot. on vent. for 14 days until her death.this happened on aug.27.. de...
There's a 2 year statute of limitations in wrongful death cases.See question
He went to the Hospital for a breathing treatment and while in there care let him fall they didn't tell us and they sent him to another Hospital and they told me that he had fell at the other Hospital and was bleeding in the head and he keeps gett...
There's a 3 year statute of limitations on this case. Hospitals should identify patients who are at risk for falls and take precautions to prevent them from falling. If you can attribute all of these problems to the preventable fall, you may have a strong case.See question
she aspirated vomit into her lungs . causing pneumonia.she had a blood clot in her leg. sepsis.high heart rate. low blood pressure.. she coded the night she fell.
I would strongly encourage you to speak with an experienced malpractice lawyer. There are several potential areas of negligence in what you have described. An experienced lawyer can help guide you through those issues.See question
September 2013 5th open heart surgery. Surgery on the heart went great however no blood /oxygen went to brain. Things like this happens so says the doctor. Statue of limitation ends September 2016.
It's going to depend on the specific facts of the case. It is certainly possible to just sue the doctor, but again, it will depend on the circumstances. You will also need to prove the negligence caused harm to your daughter. Good luck.See question
He has had several procedures and is being treated for blood clots. Is there anything I can do?
Without any injuries, you don't have a viable case.See question
Was at a exit she was in front of me. She went to get off the exit but hesitated and did not and i accidentaly hit her rear end.
Yes. You are responsible for her damages.See question
I was injured in a bus accident back in Nov. 2014 and I am still dealing with one of the injuries I sustained the bus company's insurance company wants to settle but in the meantime I have a great deal of doctors bill that need to be paid and I do...
I will need to know more about your case in order to provide guidance on the settlement value. At first blush, it appears that you do NOT need to settle your case at this time if you're still dealing with your injuries. Don't let the insurance company push you into doing something that you aren't ready for or don't feel comfortable with. Frankly, it sounds like you have a substantial case -- and in my experience, cases involving buses and other commercial vehicles have a higher value than other car cases because the bus company and the bus driver most likely violated applicable federal regulations. If you don't have a lawyer, I strongly encourage you to at least get a free consultation with one.See question