I'm so sorry to hear about your accident. Definitely let your insurance company know about the accident. Take pictures of the damage to your car. I wouldn't sign anything with any insurance company without attorney representation, particularly if you are in pain and need medical treatments.
So sorry to hear about your injury. You should definitely speak with an attorney. We handle cases similar to yours in your county with great success. Please feel free to give us a call for a free consultation. We keep contingency fees & costs low so you obtain the maximum benefit.
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All the best to you.
I am so sorry to hear about your loss. This must be a very difficult time for you. There are 2 possible scenarios. 1) if his passing was unrelated to the accident, his estate should step in for his claims; 2) if his passing was accident related, his heirs (ie wife, children) could have a wrongful death claim.
I'd be more than happy to further discuss this with you if you like. I can be reached at 1.800.405.1070 ext. 1 or 877.722.8074 ext. 1.
Wish you all the best.
Possibly. I'd need a additional information to better answer your question. Generally speaking, the bar has a duty to exercise ordinary care to make its premises reasonably safe for patrons. The question is, was it foreseeable for the bar to know that its patron would become intoxicated and cause harm? How did this person become intoxicated? At the bar or somewhere else? Did the bar know he was intoxicated and continued to give him drinks? Why and how did the table break? Was there...
It is common for injuries to start to kick in a few days after the accident. I would definitely recommend you go to the doctor and get checked out. I DO NOT recommend you talk to the other party's insurance company directly. You may inadvertently say something that could damage your claim. Remember, they have attorneys working hard on their side and so should you. Find an attorney you are comfortable with and have their office represent you in your case. This is a much better course of...
To directly answer your question, Mr. Coluccio is correct in that you would sue the driver and his insurance company would likely step in and defend the case on his behalf.
I concur with my colleagues that you should retain an attorney. I wouldn't recommend you go at it alone in small claims court. You should also make sure you have completed all medical treatments before settling your injury claim. You mention you suffered whiplash injury. Are you still symptomatic? If so, make sure...
I'm so sorry to hear about your accident and subsequent injury. You are correct in that you have a limited time to file a lawsuit. Ruby's has attorneys working hard to protect its interest and so should you. We handle many slip and fall cases and have been successful against many major corporations including Home Depot, Westfield Mall and BJs Restaurant, to name a few. It would be a pleasure to speak with you about your case. We have an office close to your Huntington Beach. Feel free to...
Sorry to hear about your accident and the troubles you're having with the insurance company. I'm not surprised they're offering you less than your meds. As others have already pointed out, this is the norm. when attempting to handle a case without an attorney.
To answer your question if the policy is 15/30 (the minimum in CA), the maximum policy payout would be $15,000. If there were others in the car, the maximum policy payout would be $30k (with a pro rata distribution to be made...
Sorry to hear about your accident. As the other attorneys have stated, you likely have a claim against Pottery Barn. We have successfully handled similar cases and would be happy to handle your claim or answer any questions you may have. 1. 877-722-8074 ext. 1 or 1.800.405.1070 ext. 1
All the best.