I got injured at my sister's house fell off a ladder broke my ankle and lost a finger.
Contact a personal injury attorney to discuss the details of your fall ASAP. Premises cases are very fact driven and require careful evaluation. Sorry to hear about your injuries. Good luck.See question
Five years ago my attorney referred me as well as my case to another attorney to file a federal civil rights lawsuit. I gave the new attorney a $35,000 retainer to begin the case, once the first attorney was finished with the case at the state le...
You should schedule an appointment with your attorney ASAP. If your attorney won't meet with you I would certainly collect your file and seek another attorney.See question
-for a wedding, 300 guests, at a summer camp (non-commercial venue) -3 bartenders, one has a license, two do not; -alcohol will be given away (not sold) -event insurance has already been purchased
I would consult with an insurance agency to evaluate all available insurance lines.See question
She was sick for a month and went to the ER 3 times. First time they did some tests and didn't find anything. The other time they sent her home with anti nausea pills. The third time she went in and couldn't keep anything down and couldn't breathe...
Sorry for your loss. Contact a medical malpractice attorney. Medical malpractice lawsuits are very diffifcult and expensive. If no attorney is willing to review the case, you may still file a complaint with the State to have her treatment record reviewed. Good luck.See question
Who is responsible for the bill ?
You would have to prove who brought the bed bugs. As the owner, you are likely responsible to fix the problem before you worry about who is potentially liable.See question
I am frustrated. I have spoken to 5 lawyers, who turned me down. My case is a trip/fall. The defendant's insurance carrier is State Farm. I fell at a fast food chain on my way into the building; it was dark. Later I saw their main light was o...
Assuming you have pictures showing that the cracks were hidden as a result of the light being burned out (ie pictures depicting the sidewalk at the time you fell and pictures depicting the sidewalk with a working light) you may have a viable, albeit difficult, claim. Whether your case is worth pursuing is a question of damages (past and future medical expenses) and whether the injury to your arm caused permanent damage. Insurance companies usually deny responsibility in premises cases so I would not be to worried about that.See question
Car left the scene immediately only pausing to look shocked. The incident was caught on camera.
The officer's opinion is not relevant to whether she has a case. She should contact a lawyer immediately and also request a copy of the video - assuming it exists.See question
I was in a car accident with a driver that ran a red light. She was found at fault and does not have insurance. I have uninsured motorists coverage that will cover body harm and medical. I have whiplash but my son was also in the car and is shaken...
Do NOT cash the checks and call a lawyer immediately. You are legally entitled to damages up to the amount of your uninsured motorist coveerage limits. However, the value of your claim will depend upon the extent of your injuries and medical treatment. If your insurance company is sending random checks without explanation, something is awry.See question
I was only in the car about 5 mins i didn't steal the car, I didn't even know it was stolen untill the police came an arrested me for it 2 years later the person who actually drove and stole the car told the police it was me they have a fingerpri...
Bottom line is you need to hire a lawyer. A lot more information would be needed to evaluate your potential defenses. You do not want to publish that information on the web.See question
My wife and son were in an auto accident a few weeks ago. The insurance company of the at fault driver sent medical record release forms for each. I fully understand the insurance company needs to see records for services rendered for the accide...
Yes, you can limit the scope of the authorization. You should find a qualified personal injury attorney to review the authorization and discuss the pitfalls of handling this on your own.See question