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David Alan Wolf

David Wolf’s Answers

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  • Do I have a slip and fall case?

    I was eating at Kentucky Fried Chicken when I slipped and fell,giving me a concussion,according to my family doctor, among other things.The floor was slick and greasy feeling.The store owner admitted there was grease or soap on the whole floor are...

    David’s Answer

    You should contact an attorney to discuss the potential case. Tennessee has some tough laws in place as to slip and fall cases. As such, it may take a few calls until you are able to line up an attorney to further investigate or take on the case. Good luck.

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  • What is my legal rights that can be done in my favor!

    In my apartment, there was mold located in the walls. I'm still living there while they remove it. But management never told me it was mold, the people removing it told me.

    David’s Answer

    If you would like to pursue claim or case, the burden will be on you and / or your attorney to prove the facts including the damages caused. A home or dwelling should not have mold. There may be a breach of contract. There may be a separate cause of action if you can prove health problems due to the mold. Call local attorneys to get advice regarding your rights and potential causes of action.

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  • Any personal injury / commercial attorneys in the Tampa Bay area willing to discuss a case on a contingency basis?

    Multiple cause of actions on different occasions with multiple plaintiffs. Cause of actions include invasion of privacy, abuse of process, breach of fiduciary duty, malicious prosecution, defamation?

    David’s Answer

    It sounds like you may be best served by an attorney who handled civil rights cases. Good luck.

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  • What type of lawyer do we need to get?

    My husband is being sued for a car accident in Las Vegas that he was not present for. We were not living in or visiting Las Vegas at the time. The lawsuit does not even name the type of vehicle that my husband was "supposedly driving".

    David’s Answer

    Hopefully, you had insurance in place at the time of the accident. As pointed out by my colleagues, contact your insurance company about this matter. Time is of the essence in reaching out to and cooperating with your insurance company. Good luck.

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  • Nursing Home Neglect?

    About a year ago, I went to the nursing home to visit my mom. The nurse told me she was doing well, her vitals were good. As I visited, I noticed she was coughing. I had the nurse come over and he took her temp. (a little elevated) and said tha...

    David’s Answer

    It is certainly troubling to read about the care of your mother at the nursing home. You should call some local nursing home or medical malpractice attorneys to see if you can get the case reviewed. Also, find out the time limits and other requirements for this potential case. Good luck.

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  • Can i

    A hit and run wide load truck, carrying a roof, for hitting the side of my BMW? He knock of my mirror, shattered my glass and scraped the side of my car. Police were called. The driver continued to travel east very fast. The "escort" came and talk...

    David’s Answer

    You can pursue a property damage claim against the trucking company or the insurance company. Get a copy of the police report to see how the incident was written up. You may want to consult with an attorney. Good luck.

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  • What can I do to get the other driver's insurance company to respond to my claim?

    My car was hit by another car. Police report states it was his fault. It has been three months and his insurance will not accept or deny and my car is unusable. I thought the insurance company had 40 days to accept or deny? I know I can sue th...

    David’s Answer

    Typically, you cannot sue an insurance company for the other driver. If you have collision coverage, you should process the claim through your insurance. If you go after the other driver, the other insurance company will defend the case and possibly settle the case. Many attorneys shy away from property damage only cases. You may be able to find an attorney to help you but you may need to make several calls before finding the right attorney. Good luck.

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  • What are possible repurcussions and how much do I need legal representation?

    I ha ve had two accidents--9/23/2015 and 1/29/2016 I fell asleep on my way home from work. I've injured myself in both accidents and totaled both of my cars. This last one I gave someone else minor injuries. Insurance is taking care of thing...

    David’s Answer

    You should retain a traffic attorney to handle the citation. As for the other matters, you may want to hire an attorney to shadow the insurance company to make sure that the insurance company protects your interests. Good luck.

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  • I want to know if I can get them to pay my hospital bills?

    I was at my sisters condo and I walked out to me vehicle there was no lighting and they did not salt the whole place once getting into the parking lot I fell and slapped my face on the parking lot. I cracked open my head well right below my right ...

    David’s Answer

    You may be able to get your medical bills paid through the condo association liability insurance or through the condo association medical payment insurance. Many medical payment policies pay out if the injury takes place on premised regardless of fault. Liability insurance policies only pay out if there is fault on the part of the property owner or management company. Consult with a local attorney to get guidance and advice on this matter. Good luck.

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  • Should i start asking for all his medical records?

    do i have a malpractice case when my husband had a seizure on the med he was prescribed? the internet states people whom shall not take it. 3 of the "no-no"'s he had. history of alcoholic history, recent head injury, and more. they put him on...

    David’s Answer

    Medical Malpractice cases are quite risky and time consuming. As such, you may need to call a number of attorneys in your area or in nearby cities to find an attorney to handle the case. The burden of proof will be on you to proof that the death resulted from malpractice and was preventable. It is certainly worth the time and effort to contact attorneys on this matter. Keep in mind that the attorney will continue a number of factors when reviewing the case including the medical history, risk of the medical care provider, standards with regards to the medical care and prescriptions provided, and other factors. Good luck.

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