Norman Richard Miller’s Answers

Norman Richard Miller

Marietta Personal Injury Lawyer.

Contributor Level 8
  1. Do I need an personal injury accident attorney?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. John Michael Phillips
    2. Fareesh S. Sarangi
    3. Norman Richard Miller
    4. Peter Jonathan Ross
    5. Kenneth Ray Bernard Jr.
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    Yes, you certainly need a lawyer. As has been said, your husband may be entitled to both compensatory and punitive damages.

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  2. I had an car accident. I turn left while the light was green and i did not see any car. However, a car hit me on my right side.

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. Fareesh S. Sarangi
    2. Norman Richard Miller
    3. Henry David Bullard
    4. Michael Shemtoub
    5. Kevin Coluccio
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    Turn it over to your insurance company and let them handle the demand.

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  3. If as a pedestrian I am hit by a negligent driver who has minimum coverage and my medical bills twice that amount.

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. L. Ty Wilson
    2. Norman Richard Miller
    3. Glen Edward Ashman
    4. Robert G. Rothstein
    5. Scott Douglas Camassar
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    Unfortunately, there is no way to ensure that you get more than the policy limits. There is a type of demand you can make where you demand the policy limits and give the insurance company a reasonable amount of time to accept your demand. If they don't accept it, and you go to court and get a judgment over the policy limits, they may have to pay the full amount of the judgement for failing to protect their insured's interests. However, if they accept your demand, that is all you can get....

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  4. Can they charge my husband or his coworker w/ vehicular homicide in accident when found not at fault?

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Norman Richard Miller
    2. Herman Gene Burkett Jr.
    3. Kevin Coluccio
    4. Noah Howard Pines
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    It is difficult to answer this questions without additional facts, however there is basically nothing stopping a prosecutor from charging someone with a crime. That is the easy part. Getting a conviction is another matter. I would definitely seek the advice of a local criminal defense attorney before doing anything else.

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  5. By law where i am stand

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Norman Richard Miller
    2. Glen Edward Ashman
    3. Christian K. Lassen II
    4. Robert G. Rothstein
    5. David Ian Schoen
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    The police officer is correct, the rules of the road only apply to the road, not to private property. The other driver cannot get a ticket for driving on private property. However, I do agree that it does not matter as far a any civil liability goes on the other driver.

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  6. Can a insuranse company pay me for medical bills and.let me be responsible for the bills

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. Glen Edward Ashman
    2. Norman Richard Miller
    3. Michael Stephen Wilensky
    4. Sam Louis Levine
    5. Christian K. Lassen II
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    It's unlikely that the insurance company will pay you directly as the medical providers may have a lien against the case. If they pay you, and you don't pay the medical providers, the providers can go after the insurance company, and they don't want that to happen. It's better if you discuss your case with a personal injury attorney. If you want, you can call me at 770-973-2599, ext 203, or visit my web page listed below.

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  7. I was involved in a car accident and hit from behind my car was not damaged but my head and neck are hurting

    Answered almost 5 years ago.

    1. Houston Dillard Smith III
    2. Norman Richard Miller
    3. Donald Curtis Kudler
    4. Jessica Sommer Grigsby
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    I am a practicing lawyer in Georgia and have been involved in personal injury litigation for over 21 years, several of which were representing insurance companies. Most insurance companies like to rely on "objective" evidence, that is visible signs of an accident. If there was absolutely no damage to your vehicle, then most insurance companies will offer you little to no money for your injuries. However, sometimes cars collide in strange ways, so if there is significant damage to the car that...

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  8. If the officer puts me at fault for the accident if i fight it will atomatically lose the case?

    Answered almost 5 years ago.

    1. Norman Richard Miller
    2. Joseph A Blaszkow
    2 lawyer answers

    It is difficult to answer this question without some more facts, however there is no such thing a "automatically" losing a case. A lot depends on how close you were to an intersection where the accident occurred, whether the other driver got into the turn lane too early, and other factors, however it does appear that you were in his lane of traffic, so he probably does have the right of way. Getting a ticket is technically a criminal charge, not a civil action, therefore this is not a case...

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  9. I live in Atl, i was hit by a drunk driver in Charlotte Nc on april 10 2010. Car was totaled.

    Answered almost 5 years ago.

    1. Norman Richard Miller
    2. Houston Dillard Smith III
    3. James Jenkins Mills
    4. Joseph A Blaszkow
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    If the driver of the other car was from NC, you probably want to hire a NC attorney. With a drunk driver involved, who has previous convictions for DUI, you might be able to get significant punitive damages, even on a property damage claim. You can also make a claim for your medical bills and pain and suffering. I would contact a North Carolina attorney immediately. The author of this post is licensed to practice law Georgia only. This post is intended as general information only, and is...

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  10. Does and officer have to read the "Implied Consent Notice" fi they are making an arrest for DUI

    Answered about 5 years ago.

    1. Phillip Darrell Kimbrell
    2. Norman Richard Miller
    3. Bob Giannini
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    Not giving the Implied Consent just means that any test of your blood, breath, or urine will probably not be admissible at trial. However, that does not necessary mean that your case will be dismissed. The prosecutor can use other possible facts to prove your guilt. i.e. erratic driving, alcohol on your breath, failure of field sobriety tests, your appearance and behavior, any incriminating statements you may have made, and and possible testimony of others who may have seen you drinking.

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