Accident happened on 03/2014 and we just contact on 09/03/2015 the insurance about medical claim, but they stated it was too late because my husband did not go to the doctor for treatment, so they are closing the claim,
Not surprising you are getting the runaround by an insurance company. They will never treat you fairly if you are unrepresented. You should immediately contact and attorney to discuss your options. There is a two-year statute of limitations for personal injury claims in GA. Given when your wreck happened, you do not have time to spare. Failure to file suit before the statute runs will bar the claim forever (absent very exceptional circumstances which do not seem to be present in your case).See question
I went to hospital right after. There were no witnesses at the time of accident. No cameras. I have report of injury. I took pictures of scene. Numerous coworkers complain about floors. Customers & coworkers have also fell.
I'm sorry to hear about your fall and injury. If you were on the clock at work when you fell, then you potentially have a workers' compensation claim. You should immediately speak with an attorney specializing in workers' compensation cases as they have specialized rules and specific deadlines that apply. Do not delay as it could affect your entitlement to wage and medical benefits.See question
At this moment I am getting the run around from the other drivers insurance company, stating that their hands are tied because they can't get into contact with the other driver. My insurance company is offering me an amount, that is lower than my ...
If you go with your own carrier, it will help get you in a car faster. Of course the downside is your deductible. However, if the other insurance carrier accepts fault, your own carrier should refund that to you (eventually). Not surprising you are getting the runaround, that is how insurance companies treat unrepresented parties.See question
Tells him he does not have a case BUT facts are facts and we want him to try. Lawyer has been rude and at litigation yelled at husband for not taking the offered settlement. Seems he does not even want the case but refuses to let it go. It is now ...
No, it isn't. You should reach out to your lawyer and find out what is happening on the case. If he refuses to call you back or take your call, it may be time to consider other counsel.See question
My son says he was in the hall standing around when he fell to the floor on his back, hurting his back. Hes in the hospital getting xrays and ct scan He told me the floor was slippery.
It depends on the facts of the case. Simply because a person falls on someone else's property does not necessarily mean the property owner is liable for the fall. It's unclear where the fall happened. Basically, you have to show that he fell on a "hazardous condition" that the owner knew about and failed to correct. If the floor had recently been cleaned or there was a leak, that could possibly give rise to a claim.See question
A friend was driving my car and had an accident in it another driver hit them from behind leaving my car totaled
If the driver that hit your friend has insurance, then that driver's insurance is responsible for paying the damages to your vehicle as well as any injuries your friend suffered.See question
My nephew whom is a Navy Seal Officer fell from an obstacle net 25 feet. He broke his T-9 and is paralyzed from the waste down. We found out shortly after that the Net was Faulty. It was placed by an Independent Contracting Company. Does he have a...
Cases against the government and even third-party contractors hired by the government are complicated. Some courts have extended governmental immunity to third-party contractors. Given the severity of the injuries, it very well may be worth pursuing the matter further to determine whether such immunities apply or not. You should speak with a competent personal injury attorney who has experience litigating catastrophic injury cases and who also knows the ins-and-outs of the various immunity issues that are certain to arise.See question
He has stitches all over. Even some staples
Cases like this are fact-specific and depend on what the apt complex knew about the condition of the door. You can speak with a lawyer to investigate further, but odds are good it will be a tough case.See question
If I make a claim under my underinsured motorist coverage, can the insurance company raise my rates?
No, they are not allowed to increase your rates if you file a claim under your UM coverage. See Nevada NRS 687B.385. Of course, whether insurance companies actually follow the law is a different story. If your rates increase after filing a UM claim, you should contact the agency in your state that oversees insurance companies to file a complaint.See question
2 months ago my daughter and a couple of family member and i went to get McDonald's. My daughter ordered an 10 piece McChicken Nugget meal . Long story short she bit into one of her chicken nuggets and there lies a worm . what kind of lawyers do i...
This is actually a pretty frequent occurrence and at least every few weeks we see similar posts involving foreign objects or dead animals in food. Obviously it is disgusting and should not have happened. A personal injury attorney would be the type of lawyer to handle this type of case, but keep in mind that the overall value of the case may be too low to justify getting a lawyer involved. Good luck.See question