I was involved in an auto accident in an empty parking lot. I was reversing at 15 MPH and the other driver was traveling at roughly 40 MPH. The posted limit is 10 MPH. I attempted to stop my car and veer left to avoid a full rear end collision, ho...
You're confused The civil case against you for either damage to her car and/or injuries would ha e to be proven. She'd have to prove you were at least 50% at fault.
There is no criminal traffic case if you didn't get a ticket.
Why was there no insurance? Why were you operating a vehicle without coverage? It is against the law. It can also leave you dangerously vulnerable.See question
Also we want to use our insurance to tow the car but cop called other company and we had to pay to them.
Call your insurance company and ask them for guidance on what to do relative to the towing. If you have towing charges, they will pay some of that, but there is usually a limit on it. Also, those storage charges rack up quickly, so make a decision on where it should be towed to or repaired at ASAP. Your carrier can work with the tow yard to effectuate this.
As to your son's ticket, please talk to a criminal/traffic lawyer immediately. Do not let your son go to court without a lawyer.See question
My attorney did respond to automatic stay relief motion, as they told me several times they were going to do. What can I do next.
I am not clear what is happening. Did you file bankruptcy or are you a creditor? What happened with the automatic stay, are you trying to enforce it or lift it?
We need details to be able to answer your question, but I suspect the answer lies in a conversation with your lawyer. If he is your lawyer, find out happened.See question
I was reversing out of my driveway and I hit a parked pick up truck. My back was damaged and his car seemed fine. He claims his rear bumper is sticking out. I took pictures and he took my name phone number and license plate number. I spoke with th...
Sure it can be reported a day (or more) later.. What you should do immediately is report this to your insurance company and cease any communication with the other driver. If you do decide to settle it for a reasonable cash price, make sure they execute a release.See question
Reading advice here on the website I recently cornered my attorney into providing me with my file. He wouldn't return my calls or emails, so I did as advised here and asked to set up an appointment to see my file. It was at this time that he sudd...
Get a new lawyer ASAP. Do not let anything else happen before you hire one. There is nothing unethical in withdrawing from a case.See question
Went to Target to go shopping and I wanted to buy a chair and when I sat down in the chair the chair broke and I injured my back . I have been in contact with Taget insurance adjuster for a claim I have but I am having very bad back pains...
First, you have to talk to a lawyer. The key here is what can be proved medically. You should not be talking to the Target adjuster at all--stop talking to them!
Second, once it is established that the chair broke and shouldn't have, the next step is proving what damages are related. If you had degenerative disc disease, it is going to be hard to show what is related to the fall. For that, you'll need a helpful doctor and a lawyer.
This is a great example of why you cannot navigate this yourself--there is a lot of medical jargon and also procedural hurdles to get through.See question
Had a scope done for a kidney stone, long story short a piece of the scope that shoots the dye in, broke off inside of me. For the month and a half i have had painful urination, dr said it should go away, 2 days ago i was urinating, and the 5 inch...
It would seem you do not have a medical malpractice case, since there is no injury. You experienced some pain, but that would not suffice for such a costly case.
You should make sure all is well and check with your doctor, but I don't see a case worth pursing without serious injury. Talk to a lawyer just to see.See question
I have been throwing up after a few drinks for it.
I would recommend you not bother suing, as the injury you mention is not worthy of a suit. The damages are minimal. You threw up and now you are fine.
Better bet is return it to the store and hope for a gift card or credit.See question
My husband was in the hospital for the back surgery. He is 58 yrs old and was mobile and working prior surgery. Day before he was released ( 5 day after surgery) we noticed wound on his lower back- tailbone. We informed nurse. Next day he was re...
This is not malpractice. It was treated appropriately. Surgical recovery can be affected by many things, so your husband should visit his surgeon for another exam to ensure his surgical recovery is as expected.
The bed sore issue is being treated and is improving, so I don't see any significant injury there. As Mr. Brabender mentions, medical malpractice cases are so costly to pursue, only the most significant injuries are worth pursuing.See question
I was sitting at a light when a UPS semi trailer side swiped my vehicle while making a turn, causing significant damage. He claims he did not see my car.
Without injuries, you're unlikely to find a lawyer for your property damage only. But you should just file with your carrier since its disputed. They will pursue the other carrier for recovery of your deductible.See question