You should call and meet with a lawyer. It sounds like you may have a legitimate claim. It is likely a case that would be taken on a contingency fee, this simply means that you do not pay an attorneys's fee unless a recovery is made.
You should definitely contact a lawyer. You can call a personal injury lawyer in your area for a recommendation. Some personal injury lawyers will defend people but will not work for an insurance company. I do this on occasion on an hourly basis. In any event, you need some help.
Jeremiah M. Hodges
All of the above is good advice. I think you should contact a Huntsville lawyer that handles personal injury cases regularly. Let me add this, The Orthopeadic Center (TOC) will see patients without a referral from your regular doctor. You might want to contact them at 2565392728
You would have to consult with a lawyer in person to get a complete answer to your question due to the complex nature of this area of the law. However, you may have a valid legal claim regarding any "untrue" statements posted by her. Simply posting accurate information that you would prefer not be published is not defamation or slander. It may be an invasion of privacy, if you have a reasonable expectation of privacy regarding these matters. If this information is accurate and public...
The driver and/or the driver's employer may be held responsible IF the driver was negligent. This assumes that the negligence in question actually caused the damages. You will not be able to retain a lawyer via a contingency because your damages are so small. If you hired a lawyer by the hour, you would spend many times more that what you would get back if you could make a recovery. You could file a lawsuit in small claims court, but you would have to convince the judge that the driver was...
There is not enough information to answer this question. In all likelihood, this is a very complex matter. Considering your level of concern, I strongly recommend that you contact a qualified lawyer in Huntsville with whom to discuss this matter. If I were in your shoes I would spend the money necessary to get appropriate advice.
Sometimes you get what you pay for in this world. When it comes to something as important as making sure your affairs are in order when you die, I think you should spend the money to get it done right.
According to the latin term "lex loci delicti commissi" the tort would be governed by the law of the state where the wrong allegedly occurred. Therefore, Florida law controls. I am not licensed there, but I believe the statute of limitations for medical malpractice in Florida is four (4) years. I am not aware of any state which provides a statute of limitations of twenty-six years.
This is a very complicated question. I will limit my analysis to whether or not there is a claim that can be brought for negligence. In order to prove that your college was negligent, you would have to show that the college had a duty to you, that said duty was breached, that the breach caused you damages, and that you in fact have damages. Based on these facts, any damages that you may have are what we call speculative. That is to say that you are "speculating" that your career and earning...