There are a couple of possible sources of insurance. Call a personal injury lawyer and he/she can guide you through this and get you in a doctor that won't require payment upfront.
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It is possible, but you might not want to do that simultaneously. It really depends on injuries and insurance(s) available. The interplay of this process is very important, as you may basically waiving right to some of your recovery. Give a personal injury lawyer a call as soon as possible. We are available this weekend- firstname.lastname@example.org. Check us out- www.knowthelawyer.com or 1-800-6-know-law.
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Essentially, insurance carriers try to negotiate every dollar they can, because every $100 means millions in the end to the Board of Directors. The 70% will be used against you by the adjuster, but it doesn't set a baseline or...
You should contact a local lawyer. That is an awful situation. While Avvo is an excellent resource for giving people legal advice, there are some things that just need help from someone "on the ground," especially when you are discussing the finite details of a criminal charge. That said, you can plead not guilty but it will be a fact driven case up to a jury.
You should try and secure a lawyer- either private or court appointed, as your second DUI and Violation of Probation is serious. The DA is not someone you need to deal with directly at this point. You certainly can, but it is his or her job to put you in jail and get you off of the streets, as he or she represents the State and they are judged on convictions. Hire a local attorney as soon as you can.
Your PIP insurance should cover it. Call your insurance company. Secondarily, If you or your wife have uninsured motorist coverage, that is a resource to claim from as well. Contact a personal injury lawyer and one of us can help you.
I am sorry for your loss. Simply put, insurance carriers on notice of the claim have a duty to pay insurance proceeds to avoid exposing their insureds or the company to further liability. The is no way to put a value on the loss of life, especially a young life, thus it is often difficult to even contemplate this process. I'd recommend hiring an attorney to do the proper auditing of possible liable parties for you. There could be numerous coverages available. Most lawyers will NOT charge...
Yes. Essentially, insurance carriers try to negotiate every dollar they can, because every $100 means millions in the end to the Board of Directors.
Even in soft tissue injuries, those tissues stretch and scar, or cause corresponding pressure on nerves in the spinal cord, leaving behind permanent problems for some. I have had clients need surgeries years later because of a bulging disk and have their entire world collapse for what seemed inconsequential at the time. Insurance companies want...