Medical Malpractice claims (including dental malpractice) are difficult in Hawaii. Many attorneys are put off by the following obstacles: 1. Before you can file a lawsuit, you must first go through the Medical Claims Concilliation Panel (MCCP); 2. Hawaii is a small community, its often very difficult to find a dentist who will testify against another dentist here; and 3. The cost of pursuing this kind of claim, especially if you must use mainland experts can be very high.
So here's my advice:...
Im sorry to say but it sounds like your wife has some liability in this case, i.e., was at fault, or partially at fault depending on the circumstances. If you are struck while in the process of chaning lanes, perhaps the other vehicle was in her blind spot? If so, its just an accident, but its her "fault." notify your insurance company
My advice would be to go to the police station and ask to make a statement. Often these can be included in the final report. The police will probably not change what is already in the report, but, at least your side is in there---for the record. So, if you have to fight in court, the police report will be manageable. good luck
I agree, if you dont like the opinions, go elsewhere. My experience is that many of the attorneys on this site (of course not all) have been respectful and wanting to help people posing questions. I dont recall your original question, but, your most recent post certainly should give pause to anyone evaluating your claims. That being said, I do wish you the best--no one should be slandered or libled to the point their life or business suffers.
I agree with the other posters, these are difficult cases. Did you have sex in a home which he owned? You may be able to make a negligence claim against his homeowners or renters insurance. (saw someone else post this advice in a previous response, but I think it might apply here to). Consult a local personal injury attorney, but, be prepared for a tought fight. good luck.
I agree with the other posters. If youre still feeling ok, then bring it back to the store.. maybe you can trade it for two non-moldie pies. If you feel sickened by the mold you ate, see a doctor--only then you can consider making an injury claim. yuk.
I agree with the other posters, do not wait for the maximum time allowed by law. It will not bode well for your case. And, the fact that you have warrants for traffic tickets will not be a good excuse.
I agree with the other poster, I would not do that. Depending on how that scenario plays out, you could potentially incur liability for damages to Walmart. For example, if you traumatize the shopper, or he/she freaks out. You just never know what could happen.