Rear ended, went to ER, herniated discs at L2-3 and L5-S1, no preexisting conditions, 6 months of PT and injections (trigger point, facet and epidural). I'm still treating, however the driver's insurer has offered the policy limit of $50K, the own...
Depending on if you need surgery or not then 250k may well be a reasonable amount. The case could be worth more. It depends on your age and how well you recover as well as future prognosis. If you have a fusion there is medical literature that supports the idea that you will be at increased risk for another disc injury either above or below the fusion site.See question
My father passed away in January of 2014. It took 7 months for the police report to finally be released and I have not yet seen/read the autopsy report for my father but since the beginning there was believed to be foul play. I have recently found...
In Arizona Wrongful Death claims are controlled by statute. Only certain parties are the proper statutory beneficiaries and are entitled to receive damages. If you Father died in another State the laws may be different. I have written a short book on Arizona Wrongful Death claims and would be happy to email it to you free of charge.See question
I am in Arizona. I have a friend who was struck by a airborne canopy in a city park. There were at least 40 other canopies in the event - but only one went airborne and struck him in the back while he was running from it. They are claiming that t...
This is so ingrained into the law it has become a jury instruction. You are referring to aggravation of a pre-existing injury.See question
happened on streets ,nobody's property.
Sorry to hear about your situation. I wrote the Arizona Dog Bite book and would be happy to send you a copy for free. The book has lots of useful information.See question
The owner is a retired Dr. an he has about a 40acre parcel that he has rentals on that he rents. He allows the tenants to have dogs that roam free n livestock that some are penned up. No one including the owner will say who owns the dog that bit m...
Get rabies animal control involved and they will investigate as to who owns the dog.See question
I was working under my truck when this redbone Pitt came into our yard. Our dog was outside on our property n we rent a trailer from the owner. This is the owners son dog I think n its been picked up before for biting someone. The pit bull went af...
It is always a good idea to consult an attorney. I have written the Arizona Dog Bite Guide and would be happy to send it to you for free. I hoe that your injury heals quickly.See question
My brother was recently in an accident. He is un-licensed and the accident was caused by the OTHER driver and the OTHER driver is still in the hospital (over a month later) but is going to survive. What sort of charges can possibly be brought up ...
He may get a ticket for not having a license but it will not negatively impact his claim if he did not cause the accident. There have been prior cases on this in Arizona. If your brother was also injured he should consult an attorney.See question
I signed an arbitration agreement when I admitted my parent, never thinking it would be an issue. In less than 30 days my parent was injured, neglected and dead. Can I have the arbitration thrown out? They killed my parent.
Yes. We are having success on defeating arbitration clauses in similar circumstances. If the patient did not sign then there are many arguments that can be made. Obviously contact a qualified nursing home attorney to discuss.See question
I have called two lawyers from this list and again, no one has returned my calls.
If you have a good valid case then you should have no trouble getting an attorney to represent you. Keep calling.See question
My question is can I reject it and my sister accept it?? How can our case be strong if this happens she is completly accepting anything and is given me a bad feeling
Your question indicates that you have a suit going. If you have a attorney then sit down with the attorney and discuss this. The answer to this question will depend on how New Mexico statutes handle wrongful death claims.See question