I was involved in a hit and run accident involving a simi truck. The trailer of the simi swerved into my lane on I-95 and struck the trailer I was towing with a front end loader(tractor) on it causing my trailer to fishtail out of control. the tr...
Yes if there is either a witness to the incident other than you or there is physical damage on the trailer showing that another vehicle made contact with it. This is a requirement for a uninsured motorist John Doe claim.See question
I was arrested in 2011 for no proof of insurance. I bonded out & was told to wait for a court date in the mail. I waited a full year, but it never came. One day in Mar., 2013 I got pulled over again. I was confused but hey I'm used to DeKalb Co...
No. You cannot get pain and suffering for incidents like that. Georgia requires a physical injury. If you can show it was the insurer and not Dekalb that typed the wrong information, you could hypothetically get lost income and any attorneys fees for the first arrest. The second arrest is either your fault for not following up or Dekalb county for failing to give notice. SorrySee question
High profile wrongful death
Michael is generally correct. For a clear liabiluty, high insurance limits(some insurance company has enoughin coverage to pay the corect value) you can negotiate that rate as low as 20 percent, but those cases are rare. Take in person meetings with three different lawyers and ask for a detailed timeline and strategy in writing. Ask what the weaknesses in the case are.
Death cases all feel crystal clear because the loss of a loved one is so hurtful and unfair. Keep a clear mind when hearing the legal realities. Probable truth and general truth are not the same thing.See question
She slipped on some coffee that was spilled by someone. The flight attendants from her flight helped her and the airport personal filed an accident report. She saw a doctor at a medical center the next day. No x-rays were taken and they said no...
If the coffee had been there long enough for the janitorial service to spot it and take care of it, then yes there is negligence. For a bruise however, do not make a claim. See your doctor and verify that is all it is. If so, don't waste time and money on a minor claim that will be associated with your social security number on the ISO database forever.See question
first hospital did not see on CT scan X-rays 3 fractures in my neck
Not unless there was a serious medical complication as a result in the delay in diagnosis.See question
If change of a lawyer, the first lawyer fees will be paid before the rewards go to the second lawyer and the client or the first lawyer fees will be paid after the second lawyer is paid contingency fees?
The first and second lawyer get paid out of the same chunk. That's why If there is already an offer on the case which the first lawyer has a claim to, it can be hard to convince a second lawyer to work for only the difference between current offer and final value.See question
Here's the story: For the last few months, I have noticed that several of my neighbors were replacing their roofs. I stopped by a jobsite recently to ask a roofer what the deal was. He said a lot of homeowners had incurred storm damage during a bi...
They can increase your rates. As far as claim denial, it depends on the evidence of hail damage. Be careful because the roofer just wants the work and is not correct about claim denial being illegal.See question
I was a victim of a hit and run, and when the collision center looked at my car, they stated it was totaled and at total loss. The man that hit my car did not have insurance, but i have uninsured motorist coverage. I was injured in the accident an...
A um claim with 4,000 in chiro will not turn out well. The hit and run is irrelevant to the um value unfortunately. Depending on the venue you will see an offer in the 6000 to 9000 range gross if you have a lawyer. Chiropractic treatment is not taken very seriously unfortunately.See question
only accident when driving,over a month ago and still feel resuts of injury,66 yrs old, retired, and don't drive anymore,,car was parked in driveway
There is no coverage for that under an auto policy as it does not stem from the operation of a motor vehicle. Only shot is if someone else negligently set the jack and they are insured by a homeowners policy other than yours.See question