If you have uninsured motorists or personal injury protection insurance coverage then you should definitely call your insurance agent. You might also consider calling a products liability attorney to take a look at the vehicle, if the vehicle is still available. Other than that you should call an attorney to at the minimum and get some advice on what other options are available to you.
If this case happened in Texas then the statute of limitations is two years from the date of occurrence. You should determine the exact date of injury and contact a personal injury attorney as soon as possible. If it is not too late you have then have them file a lawsuit to preserve your claim.
As usual your child's health should be of first priority. The owner of the dog or even the store can have some negligent exposure for the dog. Typically, they dogs have to have some sort of history of behavior problems but it isn't always necessary to prove up a case. My office has handled several of these type of cases, but you for sure should consult with an attorney before talking to the store or the owner of the dog.
You need to call a Texas attorney ASAP who can look at other possible areas where recovery might be made. For example a product defect case against the vehicle manufacturer. But these type cases need to be worked up quickly as evidence can disappear or be destroyed and reduce your chances of recovering. I would be happy to take a look at it.
Unfortunately, your medical doctors may correct. I would contact an attorney who specializes in personal injury litigation. They may be able to best assist with you regarding any communication with your doctors. Further you should discontinue any communication with the insurance adjuster until you had your consultation with that attorney.
Yes you can, however, your insurance company may look to the other drivers insurance company for payment. This is not unusual. However, if the other company is at fault you should consider going after the property damage and the injuries from the other driver who was at fault. Also, if you decide to claim the property damage on your insurance you may want to talk to your agent and try to determine if it is going to affect your coverage in the long term by filing a claim. As always you can...
Yes you are entitled to damages for loss of earning if you can prove them. You will most likely have to show how many jobs you lost or a history of earnings so that they can calculated forward to get an idea of how you can claim. As usual if you have any questions you should consult with an attorney
It is possible. I would recommend you make a claim and even maybe talk to the business manager. If you cannot come to an agreement then, in Texas, you can sue for up to $10,000.00 in damages in Justice Court without the need of having to hire an attorney. Alternatively you can always consult with an attorney about pursuing a potential claim pursuant to the Deceptive Trade Act.
It depends if he was disabled before the accident or because of the accident. If he is disabled because of the accident then it is absolutely part of the damages that he lost his career. You can sue in Texas for loss of earning capacity which goes directly to the type of damages that you refer. Your attorney may need to hire a vocational expert depending on the amount of insurance coverage the defendant has to adequately prove up these type of damages. In Texas unless it is a commercial...