First of all I am very sorry for your loss. The rights of an unborn baby are not allowed for damages in Texas. However, due to the severity of the damages here and especially with the loss of an unborn child, your damages could be elevated and a means to recover would come through your claim. You should contact a personal injury attorney for a free consultation and have all of your options explained to you.
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...
I agree with the other answers to this question. And in addition to how difficult it is in Texas to bring a medical Malpractice claim, John Peter Smith is a county hospital with certain immunities with limits on liability that also can make an attorney think twice about taking your case.
You need to set your ticket for trial and be prepared to go all the way in case the prosecutor will not work with you. Obviously any deal involving a deferred prosecution will guarantee that it will not affect your drivers license unless you violate the terms of the probation. Most cities have payment agreements for this type of probation and the fines and court costs are negotiable with the city.
There are numerous attorneys in Texas who specialize in traffic ticket defense and most...
Of course your best course of action is to obtain a personal injury attorney to asses your legal options. Sometimes the threat of a lawsuit by an attorney can make the insurance company re-evaluate their position without actually having to file a lawsuit. However, if their position is still no to damages then look at the possibility of filing a lawsuit. Most personal injury attorneys work on a contingency fee in the State of Texas, so it should not cost you anything to hire an attorney.
You need to retain an attorney soon as possible. If he is searious about the joining the service you might have your attorney approach the prosecuting attorney and use the military commitment to try and obtain a some sort of favorable result or plea or dismissal. Coby
She could receive a citation. Also, if your insurance company pays for the property damage then they might sue her for the damages that they paid for out of pocket. If this happens then any judgment taken, at least in Texas, can be forwarded to the State Department of Driver's License, or it equivalent, and that persons drivers license can be revoked until the money judgment is paid. I would consult with any attorney and maybe call your personal insurance agent.
Most injury attorneys work on a contingency fee. You can fire them at any time but your must consider the proximately to the date of the trial and whether the judge will allow your new attorney if you hire one, to take the time to prepare. Should you fire your attorney he or she may attempt to keep a lien on your case for fees if they think they were not fired for good cause. The attorney may try to make you pay for expenses he has accrued in the case. So you should try to negotiate a full...