The value of anyone's injuries is dependant on many factors, and it can vary widely in different jurisdictions. I would suggest you consult with a personal injury lawyer who practices in your area of San Jose. A respected attorney should review your case with you in detail, and advise you of the risks and benefits of pursuing the case further. They should be up front with you on how any fee would be calculated if you decide to hire them. Best of luck.
You need to have a detailed consultation with a personal injury lawyer in your state. There is no valid way to give you a value for you case without much more detail than can, or should, be presented on this forum. You should also correct the date of the accident (December, 2013 has not yet arrived), so that you can get good advise on the statute of limitations in the state where this accident happened.
Thank you for your service. You should, and soon as possible, consult with an attorney who handles dental malpractice claims in the state in which it happened. Many firms have chat lines to do online consultations if you are unable to call while deployed. Good luck.
You should immediately consult with a workers' compensation attorney, if you don't already have one. This seems like a complex issue that will require some form of legal fight. Most workers' compensation attorneys, in most states, work on a contingent fee basis, so they will only charge you a percentage of the benefits they obtain for you. Good luck.
A bad outcome is not always malpractice. There needs to be a deviation of the standard of care by the physician that results in harm. I suggest you contact medical malpractice attorneys in the state where this occurred to determine if you have a case.
It is not possible to evaluate the merits of any medical case without first reviewing all of the pertinent records. Many lawyers will have you hire them and sign a release so they can obtain your medical records on their own. Good luck.
You should consult with other lawyers in the area to determine what options are available to you. I always recommend that you ask questions during the initial interview and make sure your expectations are the same as your attorney. Hiring a lawyer is much like hiring a doctor. You need to use your own judgment regarding their professionalism, reputation, candidness with you, and personality.
You should most definitely consult with another attorney in your area who practices in personal injury. There are many fine lawyers in the Denver and Boulder areas who can advise you of your rights and if you have a case worth pursuing. The fact that the firm has been sued is not really relevant to the inquiry. Your new lawyers should be able to tell you if they did anything wrong that damaged your case. Good luck.