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  • I've reached MMI from a 12/14/14 MVA with a 5% impairment rating and 2,500 in future medical what's the next step?

    It was a total loss MVA. I've had PT, (24), Chiro, injections for pain, MRI & EMG, the problem now is still numbness in r foot & legs, back & neck, Dr. doesn't recommend surgery. Diagnose as L4 radiculopathy. I haven't given any statements to at ...

    George’s Answer

    I hope you have an attorney. Do you know how much insurance the "at fault "driver has? Do you have underinsured coverage in the event the other driver has minimum limits? It sounds like you have health insurance. Do you know how much your healthcare is seeking in reimbursement on their subrogation claim. These are all just initial questions your lawyer can help you with. Remember, adjusters do this every day. Most people are no match for a seasoned insurance adjuster. You have a serious claim and serious injuries. The "Next Step" is to trust your lawyer and ask questions. I wish you well with your injuries and your claims. God Bless

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  • I fell in a Walmart parking lot last Friday. Since then I have back pain, hip and knee pain and daily headaches. What can I do?

    I am 8 months pregnant and was advised by my doctor to go to the hospital and have my baby checked. Everything checked out ok with the baby, but my physical pain has not gone away or diminished.

    George’s Answer

    You should contact a lawyer and get a free consultation. There are plenty of fine lawyers on this site that specialize in personal injury. You must still prove that Walmart did something negligent that caused your fall. You need a lawyer's help. Walmart is not liable just because you fell there. Seek advice and counsel. Good luck to you and I hope this was helpful.

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  • Fender bender

    about a month ago, I was involved in a minor accident, I hit a guy from behind, we got off the car and and he told me that he was fine I asked him to call the police and exchange insurance information and he denied saying he was ok and there was n...

    George’s Answer

    Make sure you tell your insurance company everything that is going on. You must notify your insurance company or they may later try to deny a claim for lack of notice. Let your insurance company handle this. That is what you pay for.

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  • Personal injury lawer

    I was in a car accident on 11/13/2014 I was a passage in a rental car I rent my husband was driving we got rear end by a drunk driver but he didn't have auto insurance I have full coverage usaa and my husband has Geico but not full coverage can I ...

    George’s Answer

    If you have uninsured coverage, you can "sue" your insurance company. You definitely need a lawyer to do this. Please seek the free advice of a qualified trial lawyer. You don't mention injuries. If you were hurt, go to the doctor and take care of your injuries. If property damage is your only claim, I doubt if a suit is going to be necessary with your company if a drunk was involved. Hope this was helpful.

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  • The court has record of me being served but I was never served. How could that be?

    I rear ended a car sometime nearing the end of 2012. My insurance paid for the damage to the other cars bumper. The man in the car decided to sue my father (I'm guessing because he was the owner of the insurance policy?). Since they were suing the...

    George’s Answer

    Contact your insurance company immediately and tell them whole story. let your insurance company represent you and handle the situation. Your insurance company must defend you as part of what you pay for insurance. If you do not notify your insurance company, you may give them a reason not to defend you. Time is urgent. Notify your insurance company ASAP.

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  • Personal injury .

    I have fired my attorney and asked her to send me all files . I will be looking for a new attorney . I live in the Dallas area . the store where I had a slip n fall is in college station tx

    George’s Answer

    I think you would be best advised to hire an attorney familiar with the Court system near the accident. Some may disagree. Remember that slip and fall cases are very difficult to prove in Texas. I wish you well and hope this is helpful.

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  • Can I sue the pharmacy for dispensing the incorrect prescription to me while pregnant?

    I was prescribed a migraine medication to take while pregnant, which included acetaminophen. The pharmacy incorrectly filled the prescription to a similar medication with aspiring. Aspirin as not recommended during pregnancy because of the risk to...

    George’s Answer

    Perhaps you have a case. All good lawyers including Board Certified lawyers will give you a free consultation. Do this. A lawsuit like this must have damages to make it economically viable or worthwhile. You do not mention whether you or the baby suffered any harm as a result of the error. Without damages or "harm", I don't think you will have much success finding a lawyer to handle your case. I hope this is helpful. God Bless

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  • My son was in a car accident 2 months ago. The insurance company only wants to pay for medical bills and no pain and suffering.

    Can I sue the parents for anything?

    George’s Answer

    I am sorry, but you need to provide more facts before a good answer can be given. God bless

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  • Can I sue for pain and suffering at heb?

    Hello I'm a night shift stocker at heb.There was a gas leak, I felt dizzy, very light headed,my coworkers were feeling the same way,2 of them lost consciousness, then we all went outside, I started vomiting, then my manager calls the store direct...

    George’s Answer

    Probably your only claim is a workers compensation claim, if any, depending on your long term injuries. Texas is very specific about preventing suits against employers that have workers compensation programs. Talk to a workers compensation lawyer. God Bless

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  • Is the city liable for my Motorcycle Accident caused by hazardous debris they've still yet to remove from the busy intersection?

    Can I sue the city of Garland for their negligence of keeping their streets free of debris and loose gravel that caused me to wreck my motorcycle and seriously injuring my leg?

    George’s Answer

    The City is not liable automatically and in many instances they have governmental immunity from suit. You should not attempt a suit against a governmental entity like a city without a lawyer. Most good lawyers especially Board Certified lawyers will give you a free consultation. You must act quickly. In Texas, cities must be put on notice of a claim within a very short time limit. If you are going to pursue a claim contact a lawyer immediately. You will also be facing damage caps. The old adage of not fighting city hall is often true in Texas. I hope this was helpful. Good luck and God Bless.

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