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Gregory Zarzaur

Gregory Zarzaur’s Answers

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  • WHAT SHOULD I DO AND IS THERE ANY HELP FOR ME?

    I was a passenger in a vehicle that suffered broken bones and lost of a baby in a car accident.....to make long story short....they placed my husband at fault and the police report is incorrect. RIght now we are being billed talking bout we respon...

    Gregory’s Answer

    I am so sorry to hear this tragic news. Accident reports are not admissible as evidence in court. My suggestion would be to hire an attorney to do an independent investigation on your behalf. Even if your husband is found to be partially at fault, you as a passenger still may be able to recover against the other driver for the injury to you and your baby if the other driver was also at fault. Alabama recognizes an independent cause of action for the loss of a baby in pregnancy even if you were early in your pregnancy. Due to the complexity of this legal issue, I would consult an attorney immediately.

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  • Can I sue ambulance companies?

    I need to know if I can sue two ambulance companies. My husband was ran over literally his body not his vehicle himself by a house moving truck. When ambulances were called out one ambulance company was 15 mins away one was 35 mins away the one wh...

    Gregory’s Answer

    There is certainly a tort claim to be made against the moving company and its driver and potentially a claim against the ambulance companies. Please be aware that any claim against an ambulance company may be subject to a shorter statute of limitations under the Mississippi Tort Claims Act if the ambulance company is considered a governmental entity. I would suggest you speak with an experienced personal injury attorney as soon as practicable. I

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  • My 2 year old got a ankle fracture in daycare due to a fall, and teachers deny it. Can I get a lawyer?

    Daycare is great but it really upset me that they are either lying to me or were just negligent

    Gregory’s Answer

    Under Alabama law, a child under the age of seven cannot be contributorily negligent. In other words, a child this young (2 years old) can't be blamed for causing his or her own injury. I would suggest you consult a lawyer even if only to find out more information what exactly happened to your child.

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  • Do I need a lawyer

    I had breast reduction in septemeber my doctor didnt give me drainage after my surger needless to say I had all kind of trouble infections, nipple completely discolored and had to come back, knots in my check at one point I had a whole in my chest...

    Gregory’s Answer

    In Alabama, medical malpractice cases can be very complex and expensive. The burden of proof is higher in medical negligence cases than it is in a typical civil case. The statute of limitations is generally 2 years from the date of the alleged malpractice. My advice would be to consult with an attorney that specializes in reviewing and handling medical cases. I do not do this type of work, but would suggest you call your local bar association to see if they have a referral source to help identify lawyers that specialize in medical negligence cases. I'm sorry for the complications you are having and wish you well.

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