Lawrence L Jones II’s Answers

Lawrence L Jones II

Louisville Wrongful Death Attorney.

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  1. If a person was parked in a no parking zone and someone backs into their vehicle, who's fault is it?

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Lawrence L Jones II
    2. Daniel Nelson Deasy
    3. Harry Edward Hudson Jr
    3 lawyer answers

    Kentucky is a comparative fault state. Just because she was in a no parking zone, does not make her 100% liable. The driver backing out also has a duty to use due care to keep a proper lookout. Therefore, this is probably a 50/50 situation.

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  2. A complaint for wrongful death under statement of facts has the date of the death taking place two years after the death.

    Answered almost 3 years ago.

    1. Frank Wei-Hong Chen
    2. James Frederick Rumm
    3. Jane Suzanne Paulson
    4. James Otto Heiting
    5. Lawrence L Jones II
    5 lawyer answers

    Drafting mistakes happen. Most rules of court allow for an amendment of such typographical errors IF they are timely corrected. You should contact your lawyer immediately and make sure he corrects the typographical error.

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  3. Is a passenger of vehicle in car accident able to make claim against driver's insurance carrier?

    Answered about 3 years ago.

    1. Marc Sean Hurd
    2. Michael Charles Doland
    3. Madanmohan Singh Ahluwalia
    4. Norman Gregory Fernandez
    5. Christian K. Lassen II
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    7 lawyer answers

    In most cases, the answer is yes. If you boyfriend was at fault in any way for the wreck, most states will allow you to bring a claim against your boyfriend (through his insurance company).

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  4. What recourse do I have against hospital wrongful death?

    Answered almost 3 years ago.

    1. Joseph Jonathan Brophy
    2. George Benjamin Davis
    3. Elizabeth Taylor Herd
    4. Stephen D Aarons
    5. Christian K. Lassen II
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    6 lawyer answers

    I agree with some of the other posters. I've had numerous cases during my career in which the first expert said there was no case, while subsequent experts agreed that there was a case. In fact, I've had millions of dollars in settlements in such cases. It's a good thing for me and my clients that I didn't give up.

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