Several fine GA attorneys have volunteered to discuss your case with you. If you need another, please feel free to contact me at (678) 921-0143 or by email at email@example.com. You will need to have one more inspections and testing done to confirm the presence of toxic substances in the home. I wish you the best of luck.
Its not clear what you mean by "neglect," and I must say that your sense of the value of the case seems completely unrealistic. However, a qualified Georgia personal injury attorney will be able to review the matter and quickly arrive at a conclusion as to whether the case has merit. The best thing to do is to search for an attorney near you, and provide him or her with a copy of the complaint. Good luck.
Unfortunately I have to agree with the prior posts. You have an uphill battle. Based on your description and without either significant expenses or a permanent injury, it will be difficult for you to find an attorney to handle this on a contingency basis (fee only upon recovery). Immunity issues will bar most claims against the school district. Also it sounds like you will have to prove that your daughter was injured at school (given their denial). It is possible that the school district has a...
I agree with the previous posts. Do not talk to the insurance company. If your son was hurt, contact a personal injury attorney as soon as possible. There are many good local (Atlanta area) lawyers to choose from, including those who have responded here. If you have not already retained counsel, I would be happy to speak with you at (678) 921-0143.
I agree with the other posts - you should consult with a qualified, experienced Georgia personal injury attorney who can prosecute a civil wrongful death case to hold the other driver legally responsible. Our intial consultations are no-charge, and can be handled by telephone. Please feel free to contact me at (678) 921-0143. I will be happy to discuss the case in more detail with you.
You may in fact have a malpractice claim. However, as stated in the previous response a review of the medical records (including notes from both surgeries) will be necessary. You should promptly consult with a qualified personal injury/malpractice attorney in the state where the 1st surgery occurred. Our initial consultations are no charge, and can often be accomplished over the telephone. Be aware that damages will be a consideration for attorneys considering your case.
Sounds like you need to consult with an attorney who can review the contract and provide you with specific advice. Also it sounds like you need immigration law advice. Our firm handles both contract and immigration matters. Feel free to contact me at (678) 921-0143 for more information.
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