Purchased this am and I do have the cup and the receipt
You may be able to get a refund. You have not been harmed and, therefore, cannot sue.See question
In a negligence case from a storage door, I received a concussion leaving me in a poor state of mental and physical health. It was stated to me from the paralegal that the company has no insurance prior to going to mediation. Should they have not...
Call your attorney and ask to speak with them about the insurance issues that you have described. The absence of insurance does not necessarily mean that your case cannot be resolved at mediation, if the individual defendant or company is willing and able to pay the settlement out of pocket. Additionally, it may be that the defendant is insured, but there is some sort of insurance exclusion that has voided coverage for your injuries.See question
I had elective cosmetic surgery in 2012 for breast implants. At the time of the surgery I was about 4 weeks pregnant and did not know. The surgeon claims they tested my urine to make sure I was not pregnant before I went under anesthesia and that...
The law in Georgia provides that a claim for medical malpractice must be brought within two years of the date of negligence. If your surgery was in 2012, you may be approaching or have already passed this important deadline. It is difficult to know from your description alone whether there was malpractice. You may wish to consult with an attorney, but keep in mind the two-year deadline described above.See question
my husband had some prescriptions filled for his high blood pressure and walgreens filled triple prescriptions of the same thing. can I sue walgreens?
Your husband cannot bring a claim against the pharmacy, unless there has been some harm. Based on what you've described, that does not appear to be the case. However, if the pharmacy made an error in filling his prescriptions, you should let the manager know so that he or she can prevent similar problems in the future.See question
car wreck case that i thought insurance co was handling.
A Rule NISI is a court order that informs both parties in a case that a hearing will be held to determine or make a ruling on a specific issue(s) in the case. Without more information, it is impossible to know what the hearing is about. You should contact your attorney for additional information.See question
Father had surgery to keep shoulder from popping out in June of 2011 but the shoulder is now started to pop out again. He is 80 years old.
Assuming the surgery occurred here in Georgia, the statute of limitations for medical malpractice cases is two years. Based upon the facts you've described, it appears the statute of limitations has expired, but you should contact a Georgia attorney experienced in medical malpractice to confirm.See question
The aide said she never received any training from the agency for working with my mom's oxygen. and she wasn't even licensed when the agency placed her into my mom's home. According to her they just needed a body. When the cord became tangled the...
Any home health caregiver should know how to address and troubleshoot problems with oxygen delivery devices -- especially something as straightforward as a tubing disconnect.See question
My mother was admitted to the hospital last night. While my aunt and I were walking toward the elevators, we overheard two nurses making jokes and slandering my mother in the middle of a hall. Any of the patients or people that were walking the ha...
File a formal complaint with hospital administration regarding the unprofessional conduct of the staff.See question
Husband was bleeding internally but no doctor would listen.
The statute of limitation for wrongful death claims in Georgia is two years from the date of death. If you think you may have a claim for wrongful death due to medical malpractice, you should contact an experienced Georgia medical malpractice attorney. My law firm handles these types of claims and we would be happy to speak with you.
Jennifer A. Kurle
Bird Law Group, P.C.
2170 Defoor Hills Road
Atlanta, Georgia 30318
Every month my dr,writes a script for 2mg sublingual films-take 1-3x daily(6mg a day-I get 90 films)For Dec 2011, Jan 2012 & Feb 2012 pharmacy gave me 8mg/3x daily(24mgs)-4 times higher than what dr wrote on script. My husband was looking at pharm...
From what you have described above, it does appear that your pharmacist negligently misfilled your prescription. Nevertheless, in most states, in order to prevail in a medical/professional malpractice case, you must be able to prove that you were injured as a result of the negligent act. If the extent of your injuries is the long "taper down," then the cost of pursuing a case would likely exceed any recovery.
(Note: I am licensed in GA, not OH.)See question