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Gary Steven Craw

Colorado Springs Personal Injury Lawyer.

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  1. Should I settle out of court if a dentist does not have malpractice insurance

    Answered over 5 years ago.

    1. Gary Steven Craw
    1 lawyer answer

    Generally, you should not settle just because the doctor says he does not have malpractice insurance. It sound like you have a case and need more information on the value of the injury. A case is made up of 4 elements: fault, damages, causation and insurance. The first 3 are essential to a successful claim. Insurance is not. It sounds as if the dentist is at clearly at fault and can not deny it in your daughters case. Scarring on the face, particularly of a young lady, can be a life...

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  2. Do I need a civil trial lawyer?

    Answered about 4 years ago.

    1. James S. Tupitza
    2. Gary Steven Craw
    3. Susan Pernick
    4 lawyer answers

    Buying something "as is" generally does not allow the seller to lie to you. If you can show the seller knew the car was not actually inspected, but told you it was, he can be liable in a civil suit for fraud, deceit or negligent misprepresentation. If you can further prove that the seller was actually involved in procuring and using fake inspection stickers, your case is much stronger. You may even be allowed to recover additional damages to punish such outrageous conduct. I'd take the...

  3. Will i go to jail? will ny insurance pay for damages to car

    Answered about 4 years ago.

    1. Gary Steven Craw
    1 lawyer answer

    First, were you ticketed for Driving Under Suspension or a similar charge? If so, you need to call a criminal or traffic ticket attorney in your area.Many will give you a free consultation. I'm not a PA lawyer, but, in many states there is a required jail sentance for that violation, even in a situation like you described where the accident was clearly not your fault. So, if you were ticketed for driving with a suspended license, go to your yellow pages and find a criminal/traffic...

  4. Injured at work

    Answered over 5 years ago.

    1. Stephen Todd Hastey
    2. Gary Steven Craw
    2 lawyer answers

    If you were on the job when you slipped and fell, you're primary option is to make a workers compensation claim. In fact, in most states, a workers comp claim may be your only option. Workers compensation laws entitle you to help and benefits regardless of fault for on the job injuries. They generally cover needed medical care. They also provide you with partial replacement of the income you lose while you are required to be out of work because of an injury that happens on the job. If your...

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