What do u call when someone was in a passenger seat and a car hit her ? Is that 3rd party or 1st party I got hit by two cars
First party simply means both parties to a contract i.e. the auto insurance company and its insured. Usually those claims are for medical expenses, wage loss, household services, etc. Third party means someone else became involved other than the first two parties in a contract, i.e another driver that causes the accident. Those cases typically involve non economic damages, i.e. pain and suffering and inability to perform your normal daily activities.See question
My mother was diagnosed with left vocal cord paralysis shortly after undergoing a colonoscopy in 2014. Her current Ear, Nose & Throat physician believes the paralysis was caused by the breathing tube placed in her throat during the procedure. In a...
If a physician (anesthesiologist in your case) will testify under oath that there was a breach in the standard of care in light of known risks, then you potentially have a case. You would need to consult an attorney as medical malpractice typically are complex.See question
In mi do the back person has to wear seatbelt ??? Plz answer I was in a accedent with belt on and will I effect my car injury settlment couse u didn't have no seatbelt . I was in a back seat
No, only drivers and front seat passengers need wear a seat belt.See question
A hospital killed my husband last year and I already gave a suit going. These doctors were absolutely negligent and I want them to pay dearly.
Firs you should discuss your case with your attorney. But generally speaking, you are unable to sue a defendant more than one time for a particular occurrence. All theories of liability must be brought in the one action. If this were not so, there would be no finality at the end of a lawsuit and the plaintiff could sue the defendant time and time again "ad infinitum" (for eternity).See question
I flew in the windsheild I was in a backseat no seatbelt and had 9 stitches in my head. What do u call that? Is that called closed head injury. I got mri done but mri came normal. So do I still call that closed head injury plz help
Actually this would be a scarring issue. Significant scarring does meet the no fault threshold of serious impairment in order to make a claim against the at fault driver. If you are feeling concussive like symptoms even though he the mri is negative, you may then have a closed head injury.See question