Fighting a Hosptial Discharge
If you are admitted to a hospital as a Medicare patient, the hospital may try to discharge you before you are ready. While the hospital can't force you to leave, it can begin charging you for services. Therefore, it is important to know your rights and how to appeal. Even if you don't win your appeal, appealing can buy you crucial extra days of Medicare coverage.
Starting July 1, 2007, new notice requirements for Medicare patients being discharged from the...
It is too bad that we could not call
judges or lawyers as expert witnesses to
evaluate the plaintiff ’s claims and give
you their opinions as to what the case is
worth. That is not done in these types of
cases. You have to draw on your own experience
to determine what a case like this is
. You should not be afraid to use your own figure
and state it three or four times. By
doing this, you will become more comfortable
with it, and so will the jury.
You should repeat this...
It sounds like there may be a criminal extortion issue with the driver I would call a local lawyer and ask him if YOU should be contacting the authorities. There may also be civil liability issues at play see the links below.
I think my first answer is correct please see the following case:
109 Nev. 333, 849 P.2d 265
Supreme Court of Nevada.
Michael A. WILLIAMS, Appellant,
UNITED SERVICES AUTOMOBILE ASSOCIATION, Respondent.
March 24, 1993.
California resident brought action against automobile insurer to recover underinsured motorist benefits, medical payments, and seat belt coverage for injuries from accident in Nevada. The Eighth Judicial District Court, Clark County, Gerard J. Bongiovanni,...
By far the deadliest risk facing SUV, minivan, and truck occupants is a rollover accident. According to NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration), more than 280,000 rollover accidents are reported each year, claiming more than 10,000 lives annually.
In 2003, 35.7 percent of fatal SUV crashes resulted in a rollover. That same year just 15.8 of fatal passenger car accidents resulted in a rollover. What this statistic points out is the fact that SUVs are much more likely to rollover...
if there is no response you should consider suing. If you were wronged, you have the right to sue. But, there are things you have to know before you sue, like:
Who to sue,
Where they are,
What you need to do before you sue them,
Where you should sue them, and
If you should sue them.
These are hard questions to answer, even in an easy case like a crash.
On March 23, 2010, President Obama signed the Affordable Care Act. The law puts in place comprehensive health insurance reforms that will roll out over four years and beyond.
Coming in 2013: Affordable Insurance Exchanges
An Exchange is a new transparent and competitive insurance marketplace where individuals and small businesses can buy affordable and qualified health benefit plans. Open enrollment begins in the Fall of 2013.
Coming in 2014: Tax Credits for Families
Tax credits to help...
Evictions: how long a typical eviction matter last. Usually, an eviction for non-payment of rent can be completed in about a month. If the tenant appears and disputes the rent due and owing or raises factual defenses, the time period can exceed several months, but the landlord has the ability of seeking a rent escrow order from the Court. The following is a list of events that occur in a typical eviction action:
Notice to Quit (7 day non-payment of rent) - 7days - must state amount due...