He fell in the hospital while he was admitted and hit the hard floor and injured his head, and later he developed gangrene in his hand, it turned black, and peeled.
Every lawyer on Avvo who practices wrongful death law has their number available. From what you are describing there is some overlap between the negligence that caused the fall and potential medical practice in handling the wounds. How is the hand injury related to the fall?See question
I introduced higher security procedures about 10 months ago which the church agreed with , now the church removed security procedures which I don't agree with . Will I be held liable in the event of a incendent
Based on those facts, no you should have no personal exposure, but if something happens, the fact the church scaled back security could affect their liability. Remember none of this matters unless there are prior incidents at the church or other information unique to this church which makes a security breach foreseeable.See question
Hi, i had a car accident 3 years ago where i was at fault the other car got totalled and the people in the car complaint about injuries so when i drove my moms car i had a valid drivers license and i was not excluded from he insurance so state ...
Are you saying you were excluded frm your moms insurance? If you had coverage, call the insurance company from back then and they will likely defend you for free but won't pay a judgment. If you had no insurance, then the situation is harder because they can suspend your drivers license. If that is the case, sometimes the best practical solution is to examine whether bankruptcy will get rid of the drivers license suspension as well.See question
Is a limousine carrier's insurer subject to a direct action in Georgia?
And this question is exactly why out-of-state lawyers should not try to answer legal questions in jurisdictions where they are not licensed. Georgia has a somewhat unique direct action statute that allows plaintiffs to sue the insurance company directly when a motor carrier is involved. The statutes are OCGA 40-2-140 and OCGA 40-1-112. That said, this is a complicated analysis that is not suited for a generic message board with no factual details in the case. If you are not a lawyer, then you are trying to analyze a very complex issue that even good lawyers have troubles with. Do not be foolish. Go hire a lawyer to analyze the issue. If you are an attorney, I worry for whomever your clients may be.See question
The insurance company would not pay all her medical bills they offer her $6000 her bills are over 8000 they would not offer her anymore don't know what to do need some legal advice
Use a free phone consult to get an actual lawyer on the phone and run the facts by them. Be sure to know the medical numbers so the advice can be solid. Then ask whether it would make sense to use the lawyer in light of the attorneys fees that would have to come out of the result.See question
I have decided to let the other party offer their dollar amount first because I am not sure how high they will go. I didn't want to under bid. I am not sure what my case is worth but I have a ballpark figure in mind
Just call a lawyer from AVVO and ask them to price the case for you. Most lawyers are honest and will tell you if you are at close to what you would net with counsel. You also need to analyze reimbursement to health insurance and/or medical providers and could use free advice in that regard. Consults are free so why not ask?See question
and use of my left arm. And am no longer able to work. Can I sue the driver, the trucking company and auto manufacturer?
As Jeff indicated, there are multiple culpable parties. The key is making sure your liability case is strong. If the crash happened recently, you want to interview counsel immediately and determine whether a collision deconstructionist needs to be brought in as well as lock down critical documentatuon to keep the trucking company from allowing it to be deleted in the ordinary course of business. Get moving n this today.See question
Both cars suffered little to no damages. Tiny dent to the other persons vehicle but I dont know if that was there before the accident occurred.
Could you please clarify your question. A case for what? Minor property damage alone is a strong deterrent to a personal injury case going either way if that is what you are asking. The insurers decision on liability is a practical problem as well.See question
her fathers insurance has a lien against any money awarded. This was never discussed during the negotiations for the settlement. It was after the award the attorney told my daughter this. The lien is for more than the award. Should the attorne...
The liens can be defeated in some cases and not in others. A lawyer needs to analyze the policy rights in light of Georgia's Made Whole law. Your options depend on whether the settlement is completed and money is already dispersed. It is malpractice not to examine the reimbursement obligations so if everything is said and done, then it's time for a serious conversation with the lawyer.See question
A Highly intoxicated driver hit me and the police report said it has valid coverage but when I called the insurance progressive they told me it has no insurance., is progressive liable since they didn't cancel the policy and report it to the state.
It all depends on the reasoning behind progresses denial of coverage. Are they saying it was for failure to pay premium? If it was it comes down to whether or not a cancellation letter has been sent 10 days prior to the date of the crash. This is something that your insurance company will get into as it tries to recover its property damage numbers. If the cancellation was valid, there is no liability for progressive failing to report to the state of Georgia. The problem could be in the state of Georgia's computer database.See question