That probably isn't the best manner in which you want to find an attorney. You should do your own research (You can do so on Avvo, as well as other resources) and contact attorneys individually to discuss your case in depth and determine what attorney will be right for you. Just like you should be careful selecting an attorney based solely on a billboard, you shouldn't do so based solely on who responds and/or jumps for an opportunity like you have just offered.
Be wise and make your...
First, Medicare will reduce their lien! Second, your recovery is premised upon that lien. You got paid because of medical bills that were incurred (and bills that were paid).
Gross recovery is the total settlement.
Net Recovery is what the Client gets after all bills and costs are paid.
I agree with the other attorneys, if you are represented by an attorney, the attorney can negotiate down the lien. Discuss it all with your attorney. Don't sign anything until you understand everything!
Go to the police station. Tell them you want to make a report. They may allow you to.
I would also find out about her body shop and see if they are reputable. They should still give you warranties as to the work that is done. It should (ideally) still be professional service. Tell your body shop to match their price, and see if they will do it.
Hope this works out for you!
There simply isn't enough information to understand what question you are asking here. I'm not sure if you are seeking out a possible medical malpractice attorney for advice, or if you are asking for a medical opinion.
In any event, if you are inquiring about suing for medical malpractice because a doctor left staples in you for a few extra weeks which caused you damages to the tune of several thousand dollars, I'm pretty sure the consensus will be that this is not a case worth pursuing....
The gentleman above is correct.
If you received salmonella or some other sickness due to unsanitary conditions the restaurant created because of a failure to properly maintain their restaurant, then it is possible that you could recover. Proving the salmonella or contaminant was contracted at the restaurant is very difficult without others having gotten sick.
If you are simply sick because your body didn't properly digest raw meat - which you possibly ordered on your own and should have...
I am very sorry to hear about your unfortunate situation and wish you the best with your recovery. As stated above, there is a two year statute of limitations for medical malpractice attorneys. Should you consult a Florida malpractice attorney? While it may not be worth it to bring a lawsuit (assuming malpractice), the answer is yes. There is nothing wrong with reaching out to an attorney in your area who can advise you of your rights to allow you to make a fully informed decision.
Changing the locks is the first logical step in your dilemma. The next is the obvious reality that she may not take your property without your authority - you should, at a minimum, consult an attorney and identify the property that she is wrongfully in possession of to demand its return. Her failure to do so may result in an award of damages. Actions which you can take on this are not limited to civil actions; she may be subject to criminal punishment. Of course, you should be wary if any of...
Your car was parked. You weren't in it. It wasn't moving. It was there long before the child got there. In other words, he had ample time to see it and avoid it.
The reality is, if you wanted to file a lawsuit over it and hire an attorney, you would spend more money on the attorney than the damage is worth . You could try to pursue the claim in small claims court but is it worth the few hours of your time to recover the other half of the money? Those are questions you must ask yourself in...