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Jason Eric Neufeld

Miami Car / Auto Accident Lawyer.

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  1. Accident

    Answered over 2 years ago.

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    2. David John Glatthorn
    3. Christian K. Lassen II
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    Folks are put into "special investigations" when there are weird/complicated circumstances surrounding an auto accident. It is also used when fraud is suspected.

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  2. Should her settlement be more?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

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    2. Christian K. Lassen II
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    5. James Lawrence Magazine
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    Your mother needs to discuss with her attorney. If she does not have one....she NEEDS one, she should not be handling this alone (without representation).

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  3. Can I sue other person that hit my car even if it was my fault they hit me

    Answered about 1 year ago.

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    If the accident was partially the other driver's fault, yes. Florida is a comparative negligence state - and a jury (or your attorney and the partially at-fault party's adjuster) can apportion fault accordingly. Here's an example. Lets say you have $100,000 in damages (between your medical bills, lost wages and pain & suffering) as a result of this accident. If the accident was determined to be 50% your fault and 50% the other driver's fault, you would only be entitled to $50,000. If the...

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  4. How long does it take to settle an auto accident claim by self? How long will it take if handled by a lawyer?

    Answered about 1 year ago.

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    First - you are cutting your nose to spite your face - if you are thinking of handling a case like this yourself. Insurance companies LOVE when the injured negotiate without counsel. Your case will be settled (or suit filed) after you have reached maximum-medical improvement (MMI) - but without seeing your medical records directly, it would be foolish to guess how long that will take. Ask your doctor. After you reach MMI, you (or your lawyer) can begin the negotiation process with...

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  5. The homeowner's insurance refused to take a claim for a dog bite; they said that they dont cover that. Whats the next step?

    Answered over 2 years ago.

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    The homeowner insurance policies that do cover dog bites tend to exclude coverage for "dangerous dogs" which usually include pit bulls and rottweilers. Again, I would need to read the policy to be sure.

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  6. Will a personal injury settlement affect my Social Security Disability?

    Answered over 2 years ago.

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    A portion of your personal-injury settlement will, if applicable, need to be used toward the future care of the subject injury. Your attorney should have advised you about whether or not you will/currently need to set up a trust or set aside. If you do not plan properly, your personal injury settlement may, in fact, affect your social security. Speak to your attorney. Good luck.

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  7. Witness on stand leaves out part of the truth can this issue be heard again?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

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    You need to discuss the matter, in detail, with your attorney.

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  8. Can a P.I. attorney can invoke the ADA and be directly awarded attorney fees due to gross negligence of the ADA Act?

    Answered over 2 years ago.

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    The question is whether the construction company negligently failed to maintain the sidewalk per their FDOT agreement. Your actions will also be scrutinized as to whether or not they were reasonable under the circumstances. There are many other factors to consider as well, which is difficult to do in this forum. I would be happy to speak with you at your convenience. There is no consultation fee (or any other fee unless a recovery is made on your behalf, so you have nothing to lose). You can...

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  9. I signed a release but have not cashed the checks for a major personal injury case can i still pursue bad faith if relevant.

    Answered over 2 years ago.

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    Very difficult to judge a bad-faith case based on a paragraph of information. But if you have signed the releases, you probably cannot unring that bell. Certainly feel free to contact an attorney in your area to review the finer points of your case for a better answer.

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  10. What can they do about mind control implants or brain implant they just say nuts

    Answered over 1 year ago.

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    Since your question involves criminal activity - go to the police.

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