I was recently in car accident and I was thrown out of car I'm 14 weeks pregnant I have a broken nose and really bad whiplash. Haven't been told.if I will have to have surgery yet on my nose. Should I get a lawyer or let the insurance company try ...
Insurance company is NOT your friend. Take advantage of a free consult with an attorney. Can't hurt...See question
My child's father had a very bad accident that caused him to be injured on his job in 2014. His injuries was so bad he almost died and was hospitalized for months.
Not until he reaches a medical plateau. The doctors determine this. From the time you actually settle your case is can take 2-4 weeks to finalize everything.See question
I'm on Workers comp and was laid off. I was asked to sign an attractive severance agreement with a release of all claims.
I agree with Kenny BUT if you've been laid off why would you sign anything? Who does that benefit other than your employer?See question
Hurt leg on job.
Yes, if their is a resulting impairment to the leg. However, being laid off or quitting/retiring during comp can impact case in different ways. Take advantage of s free consult with a local lawyer where you can give more details and get s better answer. RyanSee question
How much is a on job neck injury worth in sc
There's no set dollar value- the doctors rating, how much you make per week, type of settlement, work restrictions etc.See question
I was in a motorcycle accident and had 8 broken ribs. I am still under a doctors care. It was my husband that was driving the motorcycle. So we filed with his insurance company for my bills however he only had 25 thousand for coverage and my medic...
Agree with Nate. Depending on what you sign you could sign away your ability to go after other insurance.See question
Auto Accident, Heath insurance paid medical bills at a discounted rate, is the person's insurance who is at fault responsible for the charged medical bills or just the discounted rate?
Yes. In SC you can claim full price of billsSee question
I have very good intel that my Lawyer is throwing the case and working with the company. I'm afraid if I fire them I will find myself in a world of trouble. how do I get out of this mess?
I've done workers comp for 15 years. First 10 was representing companies and insurance companies. Since then I've represented injured workers. In all my time I've never seen a claimant lawyer throw a case...why would they? They get paid based upon what they recover. The more the better for you and him/her.
There are some I used to see that would work the case harder than others.
Now that being said, I've been wrong before.
So if you have concerns, I'd bring them up to the lawyer and see if you can address. They may be able to explain whatever your concerns are...See question
I refused FCE until I have a Lawyer
I agree with Stephen. This is not an easy question to answer in limited facts. Take advantage of a local lawyers free consult.See question
I was injured at work while performing my duties. The incident happen on September 28,2015 and I was immediately taken out of work by the doctors. After a MRI, I was explained by a neurologist, Dr. Drye, that the joint between the 4th and 5th l...
That is really a personal question. I think the right lawyer can really provide a benefit in handling a claim. Many people like that they have someone one on their side that knows the law and can guide the injured worker through all things related to a comp claim. Most lawyers, if not all, in workers compensation cases work on a contingency fee so if you don't recover money then you don't owe them a fee AND they offer free consultations so why not at least go meet with one?See question