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In Jan of 2014 my wife injured her knee when she slipped on ice as she was protecting our two dogs from being attacked from a dog that was roaming the complex free. The attacking dog did $2,500 in damage to our dog but has never been seen again, ...
Every personal injury matter I evaluate is looked at from three different angles - liability - damages/injury - ability to pay. At this time we don't know the answer to any of those questions so it makes it quite difficult to answer such a broad question. It is very much possible that she may still have a case if your state's statute of limitations would allow for a claim at this time. My first suggestion is to have her see a good orthopedic doctor who will have the appropriate diagnostics ordered to figure out what is wrong with your wife's knee. Then call a personal injury lawyer who can go over some more details about how the accident happened.See question
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In New Jersey the time you have to file a lawsuit is generally two years from the date of the accident, plus once suit is filed you're generally looking at a ballpark of another 400 - 460 days until trial and the case can settle at any time from the date of your accident through trial.
When a case settle depends on a number of factors.
One thing my firm does to make the process as quick as possible is to file suit as soon as an investigation is conducted so that the claim may be resolved as quickly as possible rather than wait until the statue of limitations has almost run out to put the case in to suit.See question
I was driving behind and took a photo of their plate. They stopped at a light, put their hazards on, jumped out of their car, told me "I wasn't allowed to take photos of them" and told me they were calling police. Knowing I was in my legal rights...
You have a claim against the individual but it is for an intentional act as opposed to a negligent act. What does this mean to you? Insurance generally does not cover act of their insureds which are intentional, so your only ability to satisfy any judgment you may obtain against this person is if they have money/assets which are not exempt.See question
Hello, Just today my year daughter was injured in our hotel room in NJ. She tripped in the room's carpeting and hit the edge of the tv stand with her forehead causing a deep laceration. We brought her immediately to an urgent care where she re...
Do you have photos of what it was that caused her to trip? did you report the incident to the hotel? I am available 24 hours a day 7 days a week to meet with you and can arrange for a meeting wherever you are staying. feel free to call me at 908-279-7979See question
Finishing my shopping, as i was walking to resgister slipped in puddle right near counter, did splits right leg went forward left leg back.. but didn't fall caught myself at the counters edge..slid 2 feet .. have pics and a witness .. not sure if...
The best course to undertake is to make meet with a lawyer right away so that the representation and investigation may begin while you tend to your injuries. Depending on what medical examination will reveal, you may or may not have a valid claim. An accident without an injury is not a recipe for recovery, but in this case it may be too early to tell if you have sustained an injury. So, find a lawyer and more importantly see a doctor ASAP so that you may be examined, diagnosed and treated if necessary.See question
I was involved in a car accident about 4 years ago. I have a lawyer and we settled with Geico. This was Feb. 29th. I received a letter from Geico a few days later stating a check was issued to my lawyer and I but it also stated it was sent to the ...
Remember, many things such as mailing of checks by insurance companies are out of the control of your client. However, someone from your lawyer's office should be on the phone with Geico trying to straighten this issue out and have a check mailed to the correct address.See question