I agree with my fellow attorneys. Your friend will benefit greatly from consulting with an experienced motorcycle accident lawyer. One of my colleagues, Scott J Corwin, is one of the most experienced and successful motorcycle accident advocates in Southern California. His record is outstanding and he takes care of his clients' needs. You can call his offices at: (310) 207-4030 or you can contact him through his website in the link below. I hope my response was helpful.
I would suggest getting in contact with your local FBI field office. If you find someone who can confirm the call was authentic i would recommend that you ask if you are under investigation and if so you should seek legal counsel immediately.
Mr. Kopelson is correct in his response. If you post more information about your case, I would be able to give you better advice as to how you can protect your rights. Otherwise I would recommend that you consult with an experienced local medical malpractice attorney to review the pertinent medical records involved in the incident and evaluate your case. I have over 30 years of experience in the field of Medical Malpractice law and would be more than happy to talk with you about your case...
I am terribly sorry for your loss. As Mr. Daymude stated, the statute of limitations for your case is three years. I would like to know what you believe the doctors did to act negligently in their care. To have a better understanding of your case, you should consult with a Los Angeles based medical malpractice attorney. I have practiced medical malpractice for more than 30 years and I would love to help you in your case.
Martin P. Weniz
You may want to consult with an attorney to review the details of your case and have a better understanding of your legal standing. Given that I do not know the details of the case, I do not know how much you should owe the insurance company. The "Find a Lawyer" feature here on Avvo is a great resource for finding local qualified attorneys. I hope you found my answer helpful.
I am terribly sorry about your grandmother. In response to your question, the statute of limitations of a medical malpractice case in California is three years from the date of injury or within one year of discovery of the negligent care. You will need to consult with a Medical Malpractice attorney in California to review the details and pertinent medical records of your situation and explain to you what your rights are to compensation.
I have over 30 years of experience in Medical...