I pray your husband makes a full recovery. In addition to the information listed above, it is extremely important that you retain counsel that has handled 18 wheeler accidents in the past. An 18 wheeler accident is completely different from a regular car accident, and it should be handled by law firm/lawyer with keen insight in this area of law.
I agree with most of the attorneys on this post. The most important thing is for you to focus on getting the best treatment & doctors the state of Georgia has to offer, so you can make a full recovery.
One way to access the best treatment and doctors in Georgia, is hiring an attorney that handles catastrophic injuries cases. These attorneys will have a list of recommended doctors they have worked with in the past.
Hiring an attorney who handles catastrophic injuries cases will make sure...
Client/Attorney contact is extremely important! Contact the attorney's office and schedule an appointment with him. During the appointment, list your issues with his service and see if they can be corrected. If possible, avoid firing the attorney, because firing multiple attorney could hinder other attorneys from taking the case. If problems continues, contact the state bar.
Yes, you can, but an experienced attorney might be hesitant to take the case. You may have made statements against your interest without knowing it. For Future matters, get an attorney involved with matter from the beginning. An experienced attorney knows how to protect your interest and maximize the value of your case. Plus, insurance adjusters negotiate with attorneys differently, because they know they have the power to file suit
I advise all clients to such for their vehicle on sites like cars.com & kelly's blue to see what the going price is for your vehicle in your area. I would use the number from these sites as a bargain tool. Also, you mentioned you had a lot of upgrades. If you still have the receipts, provide them to the insurance company. The insurance company should pay for any upgrades you had if you have proof of purchase. Finally, ask for an itemized list of what they are paying for when compensating you...
The most important thing is proving the person intentionally affected you with the std. Gather all evidence that supports your belief. Also, make sure the person has assets that would support filing a claim. If the person doesnt have any assets, there's nothing you can do. Also, you may want to look at criminal prosecution.
The unfortunate thing about your car being totaled is the insurance company only has to give you the Fair Market Value of your car. Depending on the year, make, & model, it is often not enough to buy a new car.
There are not enough fact present here to advise you in detail, but one of the techniques I use for my clients is finding a car identical to the car that is totaled in your zip code. A good tool to do this is cars.com or a similar site. Make sure to check off each item your car has/...
I agree with the attorneys listed above. There could be several reasons why your attorney has held the money. Some of the most common reasons funds are held are-health insurance reimbursement, various health bills, or liens that you may have such as bankruptcy or court judgments. If you didn't sign anything, there's a possibility you may get the funds back if they are not used. Best thing to do is contact the attorney with your concerns. Good luck!
Contact an attorney. There may be options available under your insurance policy depending on what type of coverage you have. Also, you can ask them for an itemized list for the payout of your car. After you have the list, visit a site like cars.com enter your make, model, year, milage and zip code and see what's the going price is for a car similar to yours in your area. The information from cars.com or a site similar could be used as a bargain chip.