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  • Can someone help to represent me?

    I had a surgery for rectal fissures I feel I was given too much anesthesia- I was supposed to get propofol and something happened and the chief anesthesiologist was called and administered general anesthesia and a nerve blocker. Immediately after ...

    Patrick’s Answer

    Has anyone recommended an MRI of the brain to evaluate the possibility of cognitive impairment from the anesthesia?

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  • Auto accident – need a new atty. after 2 yrs should I just ride it out? I really don’t want to start all over-not satisfied.

    Need SOUND advice. Have had lawyer for 2 yrs. All was well until atty actually had to litigate w/adversary. Past 6 mths very dissatisfied. Lack of communication, no updates on case status, atty unprofessional & argumentative. Concerns already expr...

    Patrick’s Answer

    Changing attorneys is not uncommon and it's good that there have been no depositions yet.

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  • My son was a pedestrian struck by a car. What can we do for his pain and suffering?

    My 14 year old son was hit by a car crossing the street. He was in the crosswalk when a car turned left hitting him and breaking his arm. He has already undergone one surgery so far. The doctor said he will need another procedure in about six week...

    Patrick’s Answer

    Your son is entitled to substantial monetary compensation for his injury, disability, pain, and suffering. Contact an experienced car accident attorney immediately for a free phone consultation

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  • I have 2 questions...See below

    I was a front seat passenger injured in a car accident in NJ even though I live in NY. We were rear ended on the highway and the vehicle was totaled after we flipped over and were run off the road. Per state law, I had to go through my own PIP b...

    Patrick’s Answer

    Based on your general description of your injuries, you are probably entitled to substantial monetary compensation from the at fault driver for permanency, disability, pain & suffering. However, New Jersey no-fault law does not permit the recoveryof uniinsured excess medical expenses from the at fault driver, though its possible your host driver's insurance carrier may have some responsibility for those. You should seek a free phone consultation with an experience personal injury attorney without delay.

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  • Home owner insurance cover backyard injury?

    My mom fell down on my landlord's backyard floor 7 months ago. This fell caused her heart attack and shortage of oxygen in her brain. She has been in hospital for 7 months by now. Today my friend say why you don't sue your landlord's home owne...

    Patrick’s Answer

    So sorry to learn about your mom. It's not too late to take action. The first thing you should do is get a free phone consultation with an experienced personal injury attorney who is Certified by the Supreme Court as a Civil Trial Attorney and has membership in the New Jersey Association for Justice. What exactly to you mean by your "landlord's backyard floor"? Are you talking about the property you are leasing, or some other property, and what do you mean by backyard floor?

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  • Police reports states correct person at fault, the diagram shows my car hit in wrong spot on car & wrong location on the street.

    Although police reports states correct person at fault (and she got a summons), the diagram shows my car hit in wrong spot on my car and wrong location on the street. What now?

    Patrick’s Answer

    Insurance professionals and legal professionals accustomed to dealing with the consequences of a car accident know that police reports sometimes contain mistakes. In your case, the best way to correct the mistake is to get photos of the damage done to each vehicle.

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  • Can I sue

    I was in a car accident a couple of weeks ago and my car can't be driving so I have to spend 150 a week to get to work and am still missing days can I sue

    Patrick’s Answer

    Start with your own insurance carrier for rental car benefits. We're you injured?

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  • Who is responsible for lost wages, pain and suffering and possible loss of employment ?? and what can I do ?

    I was stopped at a red light and was rear ended. not only once but twice. I knew immediately that my neck was hurt but I just shrugged it off 3 days later I wound up in the ER and subsequently went to my regular physician for a follow up. My n...

    Patrick’s Answer

    You may be entitled to substantial compensation from the insurance company(s) of the other driver(s) for disability, pain, and suffering. The MRI is important because it will help your doctor to determine if your injuries are temporary or permanent. The type(s) of vehicle(s) being driven by the other driver(s) may also play a role in determining your legal rights. You should seek a free phone consultation with an experience personal injury attorney who will ask you the right questions and provide you with guidance going forward.

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  • Can I get money for all the pain sickness lost wages an personal amounts for I'm looking for up to $1,500,000.00

    I got severe food poison from a Wal-Mart deli for they put rotten meat on my sandwich with out my knowing I ended up eating some but then I had a strange taste in my mouth opened it up the it was black colored with green mold on the ham ended up v...

    Patrick’s Answer

    It sounds like you are going through a terrible ordeal entitling you to substantial monetary compensation. On what date were you served the sandwich, and how soon after did you get sick and seek medical attention?

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  • My question is doesn't Respondeat Superior mean I am not liable and my company insurance and company alone are.

    I was involved in a work related car accident while driving the work vehicle.The person I was involved in the accident decided to pursue a lawsuit.My company insurance is asking about my personal car insurance.Seems like they're trying to get my i...

    Patrick’s Answer

    Respondeat Superior means that your employer is ALSO liable, not solely liable. You have liability, and your personal insurance may or may not come into play. You should provide the information.

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