First, see a physician and get the ball rolling as far as getting a diagnosis for what you are feeling.
Then consult with an attorney and determine whether the medical problem you have now is possibly related to what the therapist did.
A claim for negligence against the therapist is possible if he did something that was below the standard of care for what therapists usually do and caused you the injury.
The statute of limitations on this would be 4 years so you have a reasonable...
Your husband might have a cause of action. Your possible claim sounds substantially weaker. The defendant will easily say that it is your husband who cheated and who is to blame. Also, you have the simple sounding but technically complex question of proving who passed what germs to whom.
My advice is to focus on your relationship or not, but don't waste time and money on this claim.
Administrative proceedings to determine whether a dog is dangerous are technical legal proceedings. My best advice is to hire an attorney.
If you are not able to do so or cannot afford one, at least send a written request for copies of the affidavits immediately to the address on the notices you have received.
Florida bars medical malpractice actions two years from the time that you knew or should have known of the possible malpractice, and in no event, 4 years from the date of the negligent act UNLESS you can show fraud, concealment or negligent misrepresentation about the negligent act.
From what you have stated, it appears that your time to pursue a claim probably lapsed a long time ago.
Notify your ex-girlfriend that claim is being made if she does not know already. Report the claim to her auto insurance carrier and to yours, if you had one.
If she was uninsured and you do not have insurance coverage, you should hire your own attorney to resolve this matter for you. Ignoring a claim is never a good idea. It can lead to a default and the Plaintiff getting a judgment against you.
He had a moral duty to call 911, but probably not a legal duty. We can't always sue people for being inconsiderate.
But it is possible that he may be liable for causing the injury in the first place for not controlling his rottweiller. You should consult with an attorney soon as there are deadlines in Florida that must be followed in making these types of claims.
I have personally handled 5 - 10 face scar cases on children. You would have to see the following facts in deciding what a "fair settlement" is..
1. length, thickness, color and location of scar?
2. is scar visible from straight on or is it under the chin?
3. can scar be revised later in life and if so, how much can be expected from that procedure?
4. how has the child reacted to the scar?
5. the amount of the medical bills so far?
6. does the child have other scars visible or is this...
Yes. The MedPay coverage is not extinguished because the person passed away. Make the claim yourself to the carrier and if they do not pay the medical bills presented to them in a timely fashion, contact an attorney.
You should not owe any money to Medicare since they did not pay for anything related to your claim. Medicare has a right of reimbursement, but only for treatment that they pay for that is related to the accident.