Her neurologist refused to see her after two seizures in February and March. The only day he would see her was June 29th at 7 AM. On June 22nd my wife called and confirmed with a Nurse, unable to pronounce his name, that the time is 7 AM. We arriv...
I doubt that these facts would support a medical negligence claim.See question
My wife (driver) and I were t-boned at the passenger door behind the driver. The subject SUV ran red light and hit us. The impact sent our SUV up and over the 8” grass median where the front end took flight, landed in the middle of the grassy medi...
Sounds like a very serious wreck. The types of injuries you described can be life altering. As far as the rental car, the other person's insurance should cover it. However you might find it easier to let your insurance cover it and they will go after them to be reimbursed. I would recommend that you retain a personal injury attorney to help you get a fair settlement for your injuries. Good Luck.See question
I believe a waterpark employee put me a position that allowed for my injury. The employee at the beginning of the waterride told me to go, but there was still another rider stuck in the ride. I caught up with the previous rider and we entered th...
based on the information provided, it sounds like the park employee was negligent. However you should talk to an attorney about it in person to go over all the details. Good Luck.See question
She not the owner of the car
You shouldn't rely on the person who hit you to do the right thing. You should meet with an attorney to protect your rights.See question
After my lawyer did not return phone calls after calling his office consistently for eight (8) months I wrote him a certified, return recent letter expressing my valid concerns for his failures in my case. He finally after eight (8) mont...
I would suggest you speak to your attorney about your issues and if you are unable to work them out, you have the right to fire your attorney and find other counsel. However, your prior attorney can maintain a lien on your case for her expenses and reasonable attorneys fees if the discharge was not warranted. I would strongly advise that you adress the communication problems with your attorney before firing her. Good luck.See question
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There really isn't enough info here to figure out the answer or the question. Please put some more details.See question
I was involved in a car accident yesterday, the other vehicle crashed into me and I'm being charged at fault. nither of us has insurance or a drivers license. Police report and everything else was made. What would be my best option so I can get th...
It depends what you mean by cleared out. It sounds like neither one of you will be able to collect for any damages from the other so it really doesn't matter who was found at fault. This is an example of why it is so important to have insurance. If you are wanting to fight a ticket you got, you would be well served to hire an attorney to help you get it taken care of.See question
Got involved in a car accident and was accused of running out without provide help, there was no victim. Paid bail and then immediately returned to Brazil. In case I will returno to the US as a tourist do I have risk of being arr...
You will only be arrested for this if there is an outstanding warrant. If you paid the fine the case was likely resolved. However you can contact the court that you paid the "bill" to and they can tell you if they issued a warrant for any reason.See question
can I still be covered?? The guy is trying to say it was my fault. The police only took a statement from him, didn't really even bother to come over and talk to me.
Unless you are an excluded driver, any permissive user of your mom's car should be covered for any damages. Good Luck.See question
I was side swiped by a big rig driver. He's insurance is not willing to pay for the damages because they say they can not determine who at fault. It was clearly his fault and the damages on my car totally prove it.
If there is no injury and only property damage, you may have to pay an attorney up front to help with the property damage claim. Depending on the damage, it may or may not be worth it.See question