I was traveling through a parking lot and a guy backed out of a parking space hitting me. It messed the suspension system up on my car and busted the strut. I went to the ER and have a lumbar strain. Every since I have been having some bad muscle ...
Hopefully, you have spoken to a personal injury lawyer by now. The at fault insurer should pay to get your car fixed and reimburse you for incurred ER expenses and other Reasonable medical expenses. You should be able to recover lost wages as well if u can prove them which is often harder than u may think. Hope u feel better soon.See question
I was in a head on collision and the driver left the scene. I have full coverage and UIM. I went to the ER that same night. I have a 1st degree burn and really bruised up arm. Nothing is broken. My air bags deployed, no gap insurance my car is a 2...
First, there is no such thing as "full coverage." This is a term people selling insurance uses to give you a false sense of safety that they are selling you a good policy. Hopefully, you have collision coverage as well as uninsured motorist coverage (for both property damage and personal injury). If so, you will be able to recover the fair market value of your car prior to the wreck, less applicable deductible.
For your personal injury claim, you can recover your personal injuries caused by the wreck, including aggravation of preexisting conditions. However, you have the burden of proving that the wreck caused these injuries.
You will need to hire n experienced personal injury lawyer to help you navigate the insurance landscape and help you meet your burden of proof.
Sorry for your wreck and hope you have a speedy recoverySee question
In a car accident 3/25/15 have received personal injury portion of sett km
ACCC is one of the worst. You will likely need to contact a lawyer to represent you if u do not have collision coverage with your insurer. U will need to have a specific letter written on your behalf sent to ACCC to perfect a bad faith property damage suit. If they do not pay within 60 days of receipt of the letter, u can file suit recovering attorneys' fees and penalties. Sorry u are going through this ordeal and best of luck.See question
A year ago, I had a collision with a pedestrian. I did not see the pedestrian walking, and as soon as I saw her, I slammed on breaks, and turned car away from her. Thankfully, I had basically no speed as she hit the side of my car (she pretty much...
Your insurer owes you a duty of good faith and to act Ina manner consistent with your interests. You owe a duty to cooperate. So, if you are personally served with a lawsuit, let your insurer know immediately. They will hire an attorney to defend you. Cooperate with the arty hired.
Part of your insurer's duty is to protect you from a judgment in excess of your assets. If u feel like the attorney hired is not handling the case with your interests in ind, you may want to consult with your own arty.
This dog is being held by animal control and has been classified as a vicious animal. What are my legal options.
I am very sorry to hear about your son. If the dog was outside neighbor's property and not on a leash, you have a viable case. The biggest issue may be whether the owner of the dog has collectible assets (like a homeowners policy). I recommend discussing this incident in detail with a lawyer experiences in these casesSee question
There was casual conversation and laughther throughout the entire process between the doctor and intern. They did not inform us of how severe the laceration was until the plastic surgeon advised our baby would need stitches.
Hopefully the plastic surgeon did a good repair such that your baby will have minimal to no visible scarring. If that is so, it is likely that you do not have a viable case. My hunch is that lacerations like that which occurred to your newborn can happen even in the absence of negligence. Proving negligence in a medical malpractice case like yours is a very expensive and time consuming endeavor. Unless injuries are severe and permanent, it would likely be more time costly than any recovery you would obtain and that is even assuming you can prove negligence.
That said, if your baby is likely to have significant permanent scarring as a result of this incident, I certainlyrecommend that you consult with an attorney that handles medical malpractice cases.See question
my child was playing with the business owners son and they were playing with water making mud holes, I didn't know that the water they were playing with was 180 degree hot water at the time. The little boy dropped his cup of hot water on my child'...
Yes. The business should not be exposing children to water hot enough to cause 3rd degree burns. In fact, I believe latest s guidelines in American Journal of Public Health and Consumer Product Safety Commission sets an industry standard of no hotter than 120 degrees. You should engage a personal injury attorney experienced in burn cases as soon as practical. Typically, the attorney will place the business on notice of a claim, request that information/documents/videos, etc. be preserved, and request the business' insurance information. Once insurance information is provided, the attorney will then make a claim with the business' insurer for your child's injuries. If it cannot be resolved amicably presuit, then your attorney will advise you with respect to advantages / disadvantages of a lawsuit.
I hope your son recovers from his injuries.See question
When I was in an auto accident my attorney had to sign liens for all of the doctor visits, because I didn't have medical insurance. Well now that I am about to settling, I want all of the medical bills along with all of the money that is going to ...
Your attorney cannot disburse funds to u without the liens taken care of. While technically, u could negotiate the bills, most of the time u wil be better off letting your atty handle this.See question
I had a slip and fall at Walgreens while I was pregnant there were no wet floor signs at all . They said it was my fault but refuse to send the video . My lawyers haven't really said anything only that they are waiting in the video and it's been o...
If there is a suit on file, yor attys can compel Walgreens to produce the video. If there is no lawsuit, there is nothing that can reasonably be done to get the video. Based on your question, I suspect suit has not yet been filed. If that is the case, you should ask your attorneys if and when they intend to file suit on your case.See question
Sustained a concussion and developed post concussion syndrome shortly after(diagnosed by a medical doctor,a nurse practitioner and a neurologist). I have been to the hospital and I have been seeing medical doctors for treatment of the symptoms. I ...
I agree with my colleagues that you may want to consult with another lawyer. I would add that while you are still with your lawyer, you should listen to and heed his or her advice. No one understands your case like your current lawyer. Get facts as to any issues in the medical records that cut against you. Often, there is a big gap between what patients here their doctors tell them about the injuries and what is actually reported in the medical records or what a medical provider may tell an attorney. A good attorney will give you an honest assessment and tell you things you may not want to hear.See question