I agree with the prior response that just because they demand $100,000 does not mean their injury justifies that amount. Most cases with $100,000 in insurance are eventually settled for below $100,000. That said, it is also true that just because someone did not appear injured at the time of the accident does not mean they were not injured. Many injuries do not start to show up or manifest themselves until a day or two after the accident. So, get together with your assigned insurance...
Doctors usually (almost always) make a note in the medical chart something like this: "fully explained risks and benefits to patient who then agreed to the procedure." For a significant procedure, such as an operation, there will be a separate form, called the informed consent form, where the operation is explained in "plain English." However, there can be major disagreements about whether all the relevant risks and benefits were explained, or just some of them, and whether further/deeper...
Neurology can be subjective. Just because one neurologist believes X and treats you a certain way does not mean another one will feel the same way.
I recommend you get a copy of your records from neurologist #1. Then do some online work in your area and look for another neurologist, and ask friends or co-workers or others for opinions about neurologists, esp ask anyone who works in the medical field, like a nurse friend.. Eventually you will hear of another neurologist who sounds good....
Since you have a lawyer already, I recommend you not post your version of events and questions on the web. The other side may find out and be able to use it in ways you do not expect. only talk to your own lawyer.
The answer can vary by state, since some state laws provide more protection than others. That said, and with the caveat that from your post I don't know all the relevant facts, it sounds like an unfair business practice which violates some state's laws, especially given the amount of delay before you were told there was a problem. I recommend you contact a consumer protection lawyer in the state where you bought the car. If you do not know any, there is an excellent "find a lawyer" service,...
Your subject line (partial removal of a lipoma) seems different from your description (in middle of surgery he cut and you felt it, had to shoot numbing medicine. I'm not sure what the issue is. Can you provide more detailed info?
Call the Legal Aid Society office on Kauai:
(808) 245-7580 on KAUAI
Call the Domestic Violence Hotline. On Kauai:
YWCA Kauai Family Violence Shelter
3094 Elua Street
Lihue, HI 96766
Services offered to victims of domestic violence and their children: Emergency Shelter, Food, Clothing, Child Care, Counseling, Support Groups, Restraining Orders, 24-hour
You need to contact a family law attorney. My uninformed opinion (I dont do family law) is that you cannot sue your spouse just for this failure to pay--I think it needs to get worked out in connection with a divorce and division of assets and liabilities. Assuming you were both responsible for the mortgage payment, you are responsible for the whole payment even if your spouse should be paying half and isn't), so the bank wont care that your spouse is missing those payments. Again, you...