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
Hiring an attorney for her personal injury claim should be an option, call an attorney today to have them evaluate the claim Insurance adjusters are likely to offer 3-4X more in damages to an attorney to avoid having to file suit. Best of luck!See question
I fell over boxes in floor where they was stocking a girl that worked there was there also
You need to consult with an attorney immediately. You may be able to receive treatment on what we call an "attorney lien" and the doctors can be paid for treatment at the end of your settlement. This situation is all too common and many times the insurance company looks forward to these instances to rush you into a settlement. If you have not done so, please consider hiring an attorney to look over your situation.See question
I was involved in an automobile accident in September. The other party's insurance carrier has deemed my car a total loss. I have requested the reports and documentation used by the adjuster to make her determination. I reviewed the repair estimat...
Let your Georgia personal injury attorney know about this situation and have him/her advise you about what to do, as it may well effect how he or she is handling your case.See question
a liver biopsy was also done while removing the gallbladder. The next day after surgery I started bleeding from one of the puncture sites. The doctor on call said to put pressure dressing and call the surgeon. The pressure dressings didnt stop the...
In Georgia, it is a requirement before you can (or at the time you) file a lawsuit that you obtain and file a malpractice affidavit, which is a statement from another doctor who practices or teaches within the same medical specialty, that medical negligence occurred. Looking at your facts/case, another medical doctor must testify that what happened to you was below the standard of care and was not a normal risk/complication of the procedure about which you were not warned. As one or more of the other attorneys has already mentioned, some of the problems you have experienced may or may not be known and accepted risks, to which you consented. If they were not, and the actions were in the opinion of another qualified medical professional, you may have a case. That said, whether it is a case that an attorney is willing to accept and pursue may well depend on the amount of injury you suffered, as medical malpractice lawsuits can be very expensive and a law firm may have to be able to feel that the chances of securing a large Judgment or Settlement are high. If you continue to experience lingering problems, I would at least call and consult with a Georgia lawyer who routinely handles medical negligence claims.See question
I was beaten, arrested, indicted, and denied bond all within 84 hours. My family retain a lawyer, I was given bond and released 22 days later. I was charged with armed robbery. Indicteted on agg assult with deadly weapon + 2 other counts of fal...
I would suggest that you have the original incident reports, witness statements, the prosecutors file and any external surveillance recordings from the parking garage reviewed by an experienced premises liability attorney. From your description, it sounds like the police may have believed you were an aggressor in the incident, and, you may need to prove that you were not. The prosecutor's file may contain information that is helpful in establishing what evidence exists, and whether there is evidence tending to show that the complex negligently allowed a criminal threat to exist at the time of the incident.See question
i injured my back at work while lifting heavy parts i reported to my poc(person of contact) and told him i hurt my back lifting parts and asked could i go see the nurse and he told me the nurse was for civil service employees and said i needed to ...
I agree with the other responses. You should consult with a workers compensation attorney.
Bruce R. Millar
Millar & Mixon, LLC
Georgia Injury Attorneys
A person I know posted false things about me on a website. After sometime, that person contacted the webmaster to have the posting removed, but the webmasters don't allow the content to be removed. The website claims that once things are posted...
This subject came up at a legal conference I attended recently. I do not have a "legal" solution to the problem, but I would recommend that if the website will not take down the original post, ask the website to post the request from the person who originally posted the false information along side the original message. At least this may have the effect of showing the public that the information was false, and the person has withdrawn the statements.See question
My attorney submitted the demand almost 6 weeks ago and advised me we just have to wait for a response.
Typically, a retailer like Wal Mart does not have to respond to a slip and fall demand in any specific time period. It is up to the claimant to decide how much time is "too long," subject to any impending statutes of limitation. If Wal Mart has not responsed in a reasonable amount of time, it may be that a lawsuit should be filed.See question
i was sleep and had a few beers i let my friend drive cause she hadnt been drinking. as she was about to pull in my garage she scrap the side of my garage on the passenger side. She said she was going to pay for it. But she playing around like she...
Your insurance company may pay the damage and charge you the deductable. Also, if your friend has valid insurance on her own vehicle, her insurance company may reimburse your company, plus return/pay the deductible back to you. If you don't want to pay the deductible and seek reimbursement, you may try putting the claim through your friend's insurance company first.See question
I was involved in a parking lot accident at work few weeks ago, we didn't file a police report because it was a minor accident. I was about to back up my car and I had my gear in reverse, my car moved a little, but I stayed within the limits of th...
I would agree with the first post, it does sound like the accident was the other person's fault, as you were within your parking space. If you got the at-fault drivers' name and insurance company, I would submit the claim. Most people will be honest enough to admit that the collision happened, so the lack of a police report may not matter. Besides, the police report (at least in Georgia) in this instance would most likely not have a determination of fault nor a citation if the collision happened on private property. Your state's laws may be different.See question