Just had an IME last week. The IME doctor says I'm not a candidate for surgery. Can i get a lawyer to fight for me to GET surgery done?
Does your workers comp doctor say you need surgery? If so, a good workers comp lawyer can get you on track for surgery.See question
I would like to request copies of my own records from the doctor's office. Is this possible?
Absolutely, just write to the doctor's office requesting a copy of your entire chart.See question
My daughter has been living with her boyfriend for over two years now, they reside together at his parents home here in the states. His parents live & work in Belgium, he stays at the house in the USA to watch it & take care of it while they are ...
If the car is in the boyfriend's name and he continues to giver her permission to drive the car, she can drive it. Once permission is revoked, it could be considered stolen / converted property.See question
My husband & I were in a car accident 7 months ago. It involved 5 cars & we were the 4th.We stopped short of car 3 but were pushed into the car when we were hit from behind by car 5.Only car 2 received a ticket & the way the police report was writ...
There are serious problems with this scenario. Hire another lawyer immediately.See question
Person is still on life support, was caught in a ditch between poles when train hit car, family is looking for representative, may be paralyzed, will most likely need extensive medical care for rest of life, where do we start?
In a catastrophic injury case such as this, one of the first things the lawyer considers is whether liability or fault can be convincingly proven. The first step is an investigation into the facts which are available short of filling a law suit. If these preliminary facts show that fault can possibly be proven, then the lawyer will typically advise the client of what it will take to prove all aspects of the case and what that will cost. In a case like this, the attorney should be up front with the client about costs, which could easily exceed $100,000.
Look for an attorney who has been successful handling cases of this magnitude who is also willing to dedicate his time and resources to the case and hire that attorney as soon as possible.
I fell on Friday I didn't go to the ER until Sunday I didn't think my finger was broken. also didn't tell the bank I fell I just left.
It is a common misconception that because you are injured while on the property of another that that property owner is automatically responsible. This is not the case. Only if the land owner is shown to have been negligent (which can be done in many different ways) will liability for damages follow. I would need more information about the circumstances of your fall to weight on on BOA's fault.See question
I was hit by a car, and i now need surgery, I am 21 years old and don't have health ins. Since the person who hit me does not have enough coverage for the surgery what should I do
You need to talk to a local personal injury lawyer. Don't try to figure this out on your own. My firm and other firms on AVVO routinely provide free initial consultations in cases like yours. Even if there are only small insurance limits there are ways to maximize these limited resources.See question
At 7:00am (still dark), I approached a 3 lane highway (middle is turn lane) out of a school parking lot. I needed to turn left & saw a vehicle's headlights approaching from the right & thought I would pull out behind them as they passed my locatio...
Based on these facts, you will have a tough time escaping a conviction and it may not be worth what you'd have to pay a lawyer to roll the dice. Consult with a criminal lawyer that handles traffic cases.See question
At my new work place, ALL electronics are banned and all the clocks in the place are on computers only. There's only two in the building and the time part is covered with tape. To remove the tape means to be fired. Is this legal?
Probably not illegal but very odd almost makes you wonder if your employer is looking to get out of overtime pay. Is even a pocket watch banned?See question
I work full time 40 hours per week at 26.60 at my job. Not at fault car accident has me out of work from October to mid March. I calculated time missed and totals up to 23,459. I plan on going back to work between 15-23. My employer will be signin...
Consult with an attorney - this will not cost you anything. Our job is to make sure our clients' losses are fully covered. Second, because you are having ongoing symptoms, it may be premature to consider settlement. You really should find out as best you can what additional treatment will be required and what types of limitations or problems you may live with for many years to come. Please take a look at this information:See question