I was in an accident August 10th 2015, days went past because the accident wasn't bad, then I started getting sick and paining all over I went to St.James Hospital on Aug 17th and told them exactly what was hurting they did cat scans and xrays no ...
NO. First of all, there is no definitive test for appendicitis. It can only be diagnosed (pre-rupture) by excluding other causes. Beyond that, though unintended, you gave the doctors a red herring with you history of being in an accident. The accident and the appendicitis were not related.
The failure to diagnose it six days earlier COULD NOT constitute malpractice. Even if it were malpractice, you have no injury AS A RESULT. So the case would cost more than it's worth - it is not viable.See question
I got hurt at work. I was sent to the ER the Er i was sent to didnt clean the wound just stiched it. 3 hours later the area started getting inchy and red and then swell up cause infection. Thrusday night it was so painfull i ended up going to the...
Pursue the Workers' Compensation claim with experienced counsel. Any med mal component WILL be compensated through the Workers' Compensation carrier. (e.g. additional time off work or greater deficits resulting in greater permanency) The med mal component is NOT viable on its own because there is no permanent injury which resulted from the alleged negligence.See question
If my girlfriend and I were to have sex and she got pregnant and she just turned 18 on August 7th of this year, and I turn 17 in September on the 5th, would she get in trouble in any way??
Without condoning it, I can say that your relationship breaks no law. In Indiana, the age of consent is 16.See question
for a dealing if i only have a theft from 2007,2008, a theft, fruad 2011, and a possession of cocaine w firearm
If you have two, prior, unrelated Felony convictions, you can be charged as an Habitual Offender as long as the current charge is also a Felony. Take this very seriously and discuss strategy with counsel ASAP.See question
And once you pay everything in that court and been sentnced on that can he go back and lock me up on that
Traffic tickets are infractions which, by definition, are punishable by fine ONLY. If you are "locked-up," you committed a Misdemeanor or Felony offense. If you plead guilty to the offense, the judge would have no choice but to sentence you, though probation is more likely than jail time unless you have reached Habitual Traffic Offender status. That is why you should NEVER enter ANY plea without counsel.See question
I'm a 20 year old black male in central Indiana. Last night I took the blame for my friend and was given a ticket for possession of marijuana paraphernalia. I was the passenger. My court date is October 14th and I was wondering what my sentence wi...
If you were both front seat passengers, any paraphernalia in clear view was within the custody and control of the driver, also. She can still be charged. "Ownership" has no legal significance. If you were not jointly responsible for the presence of any paraphernalia, you are making a mistake to accept responsibility "I took the blame ..." This will be inconvenient and expensive or worse.See question
Basically if you don't pay a traffic or speeding ticket at Tennessee or New York or Louisiana, can they suspend your Indiana Driving License? Thank you!
If you have an Indiana license, only Indiana can suspend it. Indiana can and will suspend your license for infractions committed in other states. Hire a traffic attorney in the jurisdictions where you were ticketed.See question
Father was cited (not arrested) for driving while suspended after lifetime forfeiture on January 2012, went to court and judge set pretrial and dad got attorney. Attorney died 3 weeks later, office never contacted dad nor did court system. Fast fo...
Bench Warrants do NOT expire. There would have been no reason to "reissue"it. When police respond to a landlord tenant dispute, they would not think to to do a warrant search on the landlord. As my colleague noted, your father was well-aware of the matter and he also knew that his attorney died. Apparently, your father thought it would go away. Moreover, if this fouled a deal in the 11th hour, it could only have done so if your father lied to his present attorney about past offenses. That said, any attorney who would accept such an assignment without running your father's driving record is not the brightest bulb in the box. NOTHING in your facts points to any misconduct by law enforcement.See question
I have a hearing scheduled for October that I was going to drop.I just received a letter from the insurance company lawyer notifying me of a vocational evaluation hearing scheduled for next week. The letter mentions that it is to determine whethe...
So, you have unaddressed injuries, you are unfamiliar with the process, AND your employer is represented by their own attorney. If you do not realize how badly you need an experienced Workers' Compensation attorney, there is NOTHING I can tell you that will make any difference.
Hire experienced local counsel ASAP!See question
I was recently hit by a car crossing the road on a pedestrian green light in Chicago - I live in New Jersey and work in New York, but was on a weekend break in Chicago. The driver stopped, phoned ambulance, gave insurance details, there were no wi...
Consult an experienced personal injury attorney who is licensed in Illinois, ASAP to protect your rights. You can find an experienced Personal Injury attorney here on AVVO. Attorneys on AVVO want to help you but we are not permitted to solicit your business. You must contact us.See question