Thank you sir. Having a hard time finding that article on your website. Any chance you could send me a link?
Ge tan attorney there are specific things you need to do to preserve your right to pursue an UM case. If you insist on going alone review insurance Code 11580.2 and your insurance policy brochure
www.barrypgoldberg.com/LA-Personal-Injury-blog/2013/February/Effectively-Preserving-the-Statute-of-Limitation.aspx Forgive the long hand link. I am sending it from my I phone!!
Thank you sir. I did end up finding it in the end. You seem to have a lot of expertise on this. Not sure why attorney opinions vary so much on this. I want to make an Unequivocal Demand for Arb including a signed declaration that there is no worker's comp involved (with my own insurance company AAA). I just want to be sure that there is no way they can say I blew the SOL because I failed to do something. eg. I needed to sue the driver who hit me, per the policy, etc.; I am trying to see if there is a template out there somewhere. I just need more time so I can finish the treatment.
You really should retain an attorney. If you want a further consultation please feel free to contact our office for a no charge consultation and be sure to mention you came from AVVO. 800-809-8848
This is THE area of my particular expertise! It is difficult for even the most experienced attorneys. Please feel free to call me to discuss further at no charge.
I agree - give Mr. Goldberg a call.