It sounds like your atorney has sent you discovery requests (interrogatories, requests for production and/or requests for admission) which were sent by the other attorney. If so, this is very normal. It is also normal to have a client provide the basic information to the attorney, who will then prepare the correct legal responses and serve those to the opposing attorney.
If you have questions or concerns about what was sent, be forthright and simply ask your attorney.
No. You are entitled to recover whateve rvalue is placed on your loss of spousal and filial consortium. In cases with minor injuries such claims often have little monetary value. absent an abberrant jury verdict.
For the most part, yes. You will occassionally find lawyers who offer discounts, but these are generally new lawyers trying to generate clients coming in the door. While you will find exceptions in all instances, as a general rule, I would approach discount practioners with caution. A lawyer is not something you should generally select based on price anyway.
That is a confusing question. If you already received compensation from the UM carrier, that implies there is no other insurance to pursue.
As I indicated in response to your other question, you really need to consult with an attorney so they can sort out exactly what you have done or will be able to do.
No, you do not. You need to call your insurance company and report it to your insurance company and then forward any paperwork you recieve from the other person's attorney to your insurance company. They will retain an attoreny to defend you. This of course assumes you were insured.
The first thing you should do is make sure that your wife recieves and obtains any appropriate medical treatment. The second thing you should do is to retain an experienced personal injury attorney.
That absolute last tyhing you should ever do is attempt to negotiate and resolve sucha case yourself. Doing so may certainly be possible, but please know that you will recieved no serious consideration from the company or its insurance carrier unless you are represented. I have had many...
Yes; you can. Assuming you did not instigate or provoke the attack, you apear to have a good case, based only upon what you provided. If you somehow instigated, then that would afdfect the case value, but not necessarily destroy the case.
I am currently handling two cases with very similar facts to yours. The value of each case will differ significantly depending upon the facts and circumstances of the case, as well as the economic damages you have incurred as a result.
In any event,...
Yes. You should contact an experienced and aggressive attorney as soon as possible to protect your rights. Make sure you ask questions of whomever you retain.
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No. The other driver is not required to carry any insurance which benefits you in personal injury situation. Fortunately, you have PIP and UM. You need to speak with an attorney immediately.
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Your friend's status as an illegal alien does not impair his ability to assert a claim for injuries suffered by the wrongs of another person. If your friend has serious injuries, it is important that he speak with a qualified and aggressive attorney who is experienced in handling trucking cases as soon as possible. Your friend's ability to protect his rights, and potentially those of his family, depends upon his selection of appropriate counsel.
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