I was notified that I may be part of an airbag lawsuit because I had the vehicle in question. I match exactly the reason for the lawsuit. Airbag may cause injury from flying metal. I was knocked out and received ten stitches by flying metal. Also ...
I'm so sorry to hear about what you have been through. As other responses have noted, the notification you received would seem to be a separate matter from a personal injury claim. Based on the limited information you were able to provide in this brief post, it would make sense for you to speak to an attorney who handles personal injury matters in the area. Most of us offer free consultations and, if it turns out that you do have a case, would represent you on a no-win, no-fee basis. You didn't say when this airbag injury happened, but please know that there are deadlines that can affect your legal rights, so the sooner you get an attorney involved, the better. I hope this information helps. Best of luck to you with your recovery from this injury and with your case.See question
My 4 year old son slip down the steps and broke his arm
I'm so sorry that this happened to your son. I'm sure that must have been a frightening experience for both of you, and I hope he's on the road to recovery now. There are a lot of factors that an attorney would need to know to help you determine if you have a viable case against your landlord as a result of this event. For example, did the landlord do (or fail to do) something that would constitute negligence? Were the steps dangerous in some way? Was the landlord aware of the hazard? It would make sense for you to privately discuss this situation in more detail with an attorney who has experience handling slip and fall claims. Most of us do offer free consultations and, if your family does have a claim, would handle the case on a no-win, no-fee basis so that you don't have to worry about any upfront legal expenses. I hope this information helps you take the next steps. Again, I'm sorry for what your son has been through, and I wish your family the best of luck with his recovery and any claim you pursue.See question
Can I sue landlord? New steps, but no railing. Will they say I was at fault? Ambulance and surgery. Help.
I'm sorry to hear about your fall. As some of these other responses have indicated, you may be able to sue the landlord, but whether you have a viable case here depends on the specific facts of your situation. It would make sense given the information you were able to provide in this brief post to discuss the matter with a personal injury attorney. Most of us offer free consultations, so you have nothing to lose by discussing the situation with a lawyer. I'm not sure how long ago you were injured, but please keep in mind that there are important legal deadlines that, if you miss them, could prevent you from moving forward with a claim. Good luck with your recovery and with the personal injury case.See question
My elderly father was recently brought to the ER due to a fall at home. They admitted him to the hospital, and after two days, he fell out of his hospital bed. When the nurses walked in, he was on the floor and unresponsive. He suffered a cardiac ...
I am so, so sorry for your loss. Medical negligence claims are very fact-specific, so it's difficult for an attorney to answer all of your questions without having more details about your father's care. It would certainly be worth taking the time to have a lawyer review the facts of this situation so that you can get a clearer idea of what your legal options are and what to do next. (Most of us offer free consultations, so talking to an attorney won't cost you anything. If your family does have a case against the nurses or hospital, a medical malpractice lawyer would most likely handle it for you on a no-win, no-fee basis.) I hope that a lawyer is able to shed some light on this matter and help you determine who is to blame for our father's serious head injury and subsequent passing, so that you can hold that party accountable and perhaps get some closure. There are legal deadlines the limit the rights of families to pursue medical malpractice claims like this, so the sooner you speak to an attorney about this matter, the better. Again, I'm very sorry for your loss.See question
Driving home the other night a driver crossed 2 lanes and hit me head on. Since the driver and passenger were medevac'd I was unable to obtain basic information such as insurance etc. What do I do now? I will miss work all this week but have no se...
I'm so sorry that this happened to you. The first thing you should do is see a doctor about your back pain, especially if you haven't sought any medical treatment yet. The pain you're experiencing could just be some expected soreness from the impact, but it could also be a sign of something much more serious. Even if you saw a doctor after the accident, if the pain is no better (or is worse) now than it was several days ago, It's important for you to find out if something more severe is going on. You may need additional testing done to determine what the cause of your pain is and what treatment you need to feel better.
As far as insurance information goes, you should be able to get that information from the police report, once it is complete (or you may be able to get it sooner by calling and speaking to the officer preparing the report). You should also notify your own insurance company of the crash, because even though the accident wasn't your fault, the no-fault law in Pennsylvania means that your insurance company is the one that pays for your medical bills. You don't need to (and shouldn't) discuss your injuries with an insurance adjuster; just have the insurer open a claim for your medical benefits.
You didn't mention why it is that you're going to miss work this week. If it's because you don't have transportation, you should check with your insurer or the other driver's insurer (once you know who that is) about coverage for a rental car. If it's because of your back pain, it's important that you make your doctor aware that the injury is affecting your life and ability to work.
It's very important with a case like this that you get an attorney involved. The fact that you already had back pain but it was made worse by this accident makes this situation complicated. Even if it wasn't so complex, research shows that attorneys get their clients a great deal more money than unrepresented claimants are able to recover for themselves. Most attorneys offer free consultations and handle situations like this on a no-win, no-fee basis, so it shouldn't cost you anything to discuss this matter with an attorney or anything upfront to hire a lawyer to represent you.
I hope this information helps. Again, I'm sorry that you're going through this, and I wish you the best of luck with your recovery and any claim you pursue.See question
I slipped and fell at local casino,bad bruise on upper thigh,but really my neck hurts more,haven't seen a doctor yet,it was 2 days ago
I'm sorry that this happened to you. The first and most important thing you need to do is see a doctor. If your pain is getting worse rather than better, it could be a sign of a serious injury. In that case, the problem won't just go away on its own. Once you have a better idea of your injuries, then yes, it would make sense for you to seek legal advice. Whether or not you have the grounds for a slip and fall lawsuit depends on a number of factors, including the severity of the injuries you suffered and whether there's sufficient proof that the casino's negligence caused or contributed to your fall. Only by talking to an attorney about the details of your unique situation can you find out for sure if you have the grounds for a lawsuit that's likely to be successful. You should know that this won't cost you anything, since most personal injury lawyers offer free consultations. If you do have a case, an attorney will most likely handle it on a no-win, no-fee basis, so you won't have to pay anything upfront for legal representation and there's no financial risk to you (since you pay only a percentage of what you win). I hope this information helps. Good luck with your recovery and the claim.See question
my mother went to the hospital for the flu in march she couldn't keep anything down, they tested her and said it was only fluid it was drained and she was sent home. 2 weeks later she went back for the same reason got the same tests and was given ...
I am so sorry for your loss. To respond to your question, you may have the basis for a medical malpractice claim based on these facts, but this brief post doesn't contain enough information for an attorney to say for sure if you have a case. Medical malpractice claims are very complex, and how likely they are to be successful depends on the specific facts of each unique situation. It would make sense for you to reach out to a medical malpractice attorney so that you can privately discuss this matter in more detail. Even then, the lawyer will likely want to take a look at your mother's medical records, if it sounds like you have a case. You should know that an attorney shouldn't charge you anything to review your case, and that if you do have the grounds for a medical malpractice lawsuit, it should be handled on a no-win, no-fee basis so that there is no cost to you upfront. I really am sorry that you are going through this, and I hope you are able to get some answers about the loss of your mother and to hold anyone who contributed to her death accountable. Best of luck to you during this difficult time.See question
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo8WkNRYZ0X2OWZSYRZbaMg She was moved from the 2nd floor in a flat position. After looking through footage I saw that my mom was at the bottom of the gurney and looked knocked out. I called in because she had pain ...
I am so sorry to hear about this. I hope that your mother is getting the care she needs now to make the best possible recovery from the severe injuries she suffered. Yes, your family may very well have a case, although an attorney would want to gather more details about the situation so he or she could say for sure whether there's a viable claim here. It would be in your mother's best interests for you to reach out to a personal injury lawyer to privately discuss this matter in more detail. Most of us do offer free consultations, so it won't cost you anything to talk to a lawyer. Once an attorney has the information needed to say for sure if you have a claim, he or she will most likely handle the case on a no-win, no-fee basis, which means that you pay nothing upfront and only a percentage of what the lawyer ultimately gets for your family. I wish your mother the best with her recovery, and I hope your family is able to hold the EMS staff responsible for the harm your mother suffered.See question
Went in for a routine surgery doctor cut and artery and sent me home while knowing I was bleeding badly. Week later discovered it and fixed it. Also required a skin graft to Cover the hole it left. Now because of this I'm Still having problems...
I'm so sorry that this happened to you. I hope that the care you're getting now will help your current problems to improve with time. Yes, it's possible that you could have a medical malpractice case, though an attorney would need more details to tell you for certain if you have a case that's likely to succeed. The reason for this is simply that medical malpractice claims are very fact-specific, and a lawyer would need more facts (and very likely, your medical records) to get a complete picture of your case. Based on the limited information you were able to include in this short post, it would be in your best interests to at least speak to a lawyer about your situation in more detail. Most of us do offer free consultations, so it won't cost you anything to talk to an attorney about the details of your situation and about your legal options. If you do have a claim, an attorney will most likely handle it on a no-win, no-fee basis, which means that you won't have to pay anything upfront to pursue your claim and you'll only ever pay a percentage of what your lawyer got for you. I hope this information helps. Again, I am sorry that you've been through this whole ordeal. Best of luck with your recovery and the malpractice claim.See question
My daughter was the passenger on a motorcycle. A deer ran out in front of them. She has brain injuries, multiple head fractures, collapsed lungs etc. she has been in Trauma ICU for a month now. She is in critical condition. Can she sue for pain an...
I am so, so sorry for what your family is going through. I hope that your daughter is able to make the best possible recovery. It would be in her best interests right now for you to speak to an attorney about this situation. As others have noted, there could be coverage for a claim both from the motorcycle owner's or driver's insurance policy and through her own auto insurance coverage, if she has it. An attorney can help you sort this out and make sure your daughter's medical bills are getting paid. You should know that most of us offer free consultations and handle cases on a no-win, no-fee basis, so speak to or even hiring a lawyer won't add to your family's financial burden. I hope this information helps and that your daughter begins making progress toward recovery very soon. I'm sure this must be very difficult for you and for the rest of your family, as well, and I wish you the best.See question