There really are not enough facts to evaluate your case. What do you need the surgery for? What was the cause of the injury? In any event, you would most likely need to consult an attorney to evaluate your best options and ensure your interests are protected. If you have any questions at all, feel free to call our office 714-282-9000. Good luck
Of course they can! That's why you need an aggressive attorney to protect your interests and rebut their arguments! Specifically, that the physical therapy was justified due to the nature and extent of the accident that caused your injuries. Good luck!
What you need is an attorney to ensure that your rights are protected. It basically comes down to "he said/she said" The bottom line is that in order to properly protect your rights you need representation to preven your insurance from possibly going higher because they might find you at fault for the accident. Good luck!
Yes you will need an experienced attorney to represent you because of the personal injury/wrongful death/probate matters. You should review the retainer agreement yourself or have an another attorney review it to ensure that your mother's interests as well as your siblings' interest are protected. Good luck!
You can always moved from unlimited to limited. But understand that if you do that then you are capped at a recovery of $25k. If your decision to do this is based only because of the tediousness of discovery, then I would recommend you speak with an attorney before you do this. Good luck!
I'm truly sorry for your loss. As the previous attorney posted, it's difficult to determine if you have a potential medical malpractice case without more facts. A competent attorney would be able to determine whether or not there was some negligence by the hospital that resulted in your late boyfriend's death. But you should certainly seek legal advice. Most attorneys give free consultations. Good luck.
First, you should have your attorney explain to you exactly why you are not entitled to a loss of earnings claim. Your attorney works for you and you have a right to ask that. If he is non-compliant with your requests then you should probably seek different representation. Good luck!