My mother was having chest pains and was sent home from the hospital with an abnormal EKG. She died at home 3 days later. Is this something that needs to be looked into to?
Possibly. Contact an attorney that handles medical malpractice actions immediately. I'm very sorry for your loss.See question
I was in a auto accident and part of the settlement was they were supposed to pay my medical bills. They neglected to pay my medical bills and now it is reflected on my credit report
Your post is short on information. I'm going to make a guess here that any check you received from the insurer DID include an amount for paying your medical expenses. It was then YOUR responsibility to get the bills paid from your settlement. If you didn't then pay them and are now trying to blame the insurer, this isn't going to work. If I'm wrong, speak with an attorney about it.See question
Daughter hit soneone from behind. 3 people in the car. Wants sue insurance company. Car only has liability.
Simply contact her insurance company to make sure the wreck is reported and let it take it from there.See question
I've went through the process of negotiations with insurance company in my auto accident personal injury case. Now I'm ready to sign the release form which looks good to me but one paragraph: "I further agree and acknowledge that the releasees,...
Your best bet is to have an attorney review this release for you just to be sure. That said, the paragraph you reference above is in every single release I've ever seen. It simply reserves/confirms the other party's right to bring an action against you, but the other party has to have a reason to be able to do so. In other words, did you do something negligent? If not, then it's highly unlikely you have a thing to worry about. You are trying to settle YOUR claim and cannot settle a claim someone else may have against you by your actions in settling your own claim. I hope this makes sense. Bottom line, talk to a local attorney and have the entire release reviewed before you sign it. Good luck to you.See question
I was involved in a car accident last week. I was exiting a shopping center when a bicyclist ran into the front right side of my car. After coming to a stop at the stop sign, I began turning eastbound onto the main road. The cyclist came from the ...
I'm sorry this happened to you. There's really not enough information here to give you the answer you need. You need to sit down with a local attorney who is willing to meet with you and go over the wreck report, pictures of the scene and any statement the bicyclist gave to the officer to ever be able to figure out if it makes sense for you to pursue your own claim. In the end, it sounds like you have a property damage claim and the bicyclist might have an injury claim and a property damage claim. In the end. either your insurance company can get this worked out for you or a defense lawyer provided for you by your insurance company (if you get sued) will help you get through it. There's simply no easy answer at this point. Good luck with it.See question
my new car was hit by another driver and the insurance company wants to put used and aftermarket parts on it and repair parts that should be replaced. I want all new OEM part.
Ask them to send you the section of other driver's insurance policy concerning such a move. What about your own policy? Will it fix the damage and get its money back from the other carrier? Call and ask. Then perhaps you can insist on a repair that's done as you wish. Also, don't forget to recover for diminished value of your vehicle. Law requires that it be paid. Good luck.See question
O ran off the road hot a huge mail box tore the front passenger front end up so bad o can't drive it.mail box went through windshield and air bags never went off Why
Sorry this happened to you. None of us can possibly know why airbags didn't deploy. I can guess that your speed wasn't enough and/or the area your bumper hit wasn't wide enough to trigger the airbags, but guesses are all I can make. If you weren't very seriously injured, it won't matter for purposes of a possible products liability claim anyway. I suggest you speak with a competent attorney in your area if you still have concerns and that you consider reporting what happened to the dealer where you bought the car and/or the manufacturer if you think there's an issue that needs attention. Good luck to you.See question
A lady ran stop sign and ran into me. Her insurance company totaled my car so they sent me papers in the mail to sing and fill out but I don't agree with some of the information on the papers and some of the papers are blank that they want me to s...
Why don't you simply call a reputable personal injury attorney there in Athens and ask him or her a few questions about this. Hopefully someone can put your mind at ease and help you get this taken care of on your own without lots of worry.See question
Involved in a collision at night. Charged with DUI and "failure to yield". Witness stated that I was at fault in the collision however the state said they had insufficient evidence to pursue a DUI charge. Furthermore the Solicitor contacted the...
Is it a lawsuit or just a claim? Assuming it's still just an insurance claim for personal injuries to the other driver, yes, that driver has a claim. So do you if that other driver was actually at fault. I think the bottom line is two-fold - 1) Contact your own insurance carrier immediately about the status of a claim against you. If it's actually a lawsuit filed against you, you should have been served with it and will have an attorney provided for you by your insurance carrier. This attorney can answer your questions. 2) Just because any citations issued to you were dismissed or nolle prossed does not mean the other driver cannot pursue a claim or civil case against you. BUT - if your insurance carrier has already paid the bodily injury and property damage claims against you, then yes, it should all be over with. Hope this makes sense and helps a little and good luck to you.See question
As a teenager I was injured severely in a burn accident when my much older brother tossed hot oil on me. As an adult now Ive found out that this was no accident and done to collect on insurance monies. Since my treatment was intense it took many y...
Definitely contact a reputable and experienced attorney immediately to discuss the particular facts of what happened here. There are possible time limit problems, but if this matter involves fraud of some kind (which it sounds like it could), then that could help you. At any rate, hurry and talk with a good lawyer and good luck to you.See question