The dogs got under the fence and got to my small dog. I was fighting with the dogs to get her out of their mouth but it was too late. We rushed her to the vet then took her to the animal hospital where she was at for about 1 1/2 hours before we pu...
You absolutely can and should sue this jerk. You can do it yourself in small claims court.See question
My boyfriend and I took out 3 life insurance policies several years ago with me as sole beneficiary. We lived together for 6 six years, but lived apart for 30 days before he died recently. His daughters have written me, wanting all the proceeds. C...
I agree with the attorney below. Life insurance is a contract. I don't see what living together has to do with your ability to be a beneficiary.See question
was hit by a car , while waliking in the parking lot. could use your assistance in locating a good personal lawyer.
I'm a good personal injury lawyer :). I'm sure everyone on here would say they are. Seriously though, you need to speak with someone as soon as possible to give you guidance. I would not recommend just putting a message like that on a site like this. Ask around, and find out who has done well for your family, friends. Look on here at the ratings and evaluations other say about the lawyers. Good luck.See question
Insurance Co gave their final written offer to my PI attorney, If i discharge my PI attorney and contact the insurance co and tell them I will settle for their final written offer; How then, is the attorney fees satisfied?
Sure sounds like you owe the attorney his feeSee question
I tripped and fell on my head and back due to a merchandise being on the floor be hide me. I went to the hospital first and to my doctor for evaluation, Starting treatment for my head,neck, lower back and hip pain. Do I Need A Lawyer?
Yes. I would speak with an attorney immediately. Do not speak with the business where this fall happened until speaking with an attorney. Please call me if you have any questions. We have offices in Palm Beach Gardens. 1877TRIALS2See question
Can prove that I was in the right in court.
The ticket will have no influence on whether you are held responsible in civil court or in the claims process. Tickets are inadmissible in a Civil Court for damages related to a car accident. Police reports are "hearsay," that is why they cannot be used. Make sure you have reported your claim to your own insurance company, and they will defend you from any claims stemming from your accident.See question
Was driving my sons truck and was in an accident, I have full coverage insurance on my own vehicle .
Yes. Your PIP follows you. You should make a claim with your insurance company to pay for your medical bills. Are you injured? If so, you should consult with a personal injury attorney immediately.See question
I was recently in an auto accident that was not my fault. I was told by Ferman's where I purchased the 2012 Jeep that if I were to trade this in the future, that I would not get the fair market value because of the accident. Can attorneys handle...
I handle DV claims. The car has to be repaired first and then evaluated for diminution of value. Diminution of value is specifically to cover the loss in value of your car from significant property damage. These cases are handled on a contingency fee basis. Please feel free to email or call me if you have any questions.See question
Roommate took dog my dog and a puppy(which she didn't inform me of) to a dog park. my dog and a lab ended up in a fight. Dog had to go to vet. I paid the owner 1/3 of the bill as it was a public place, someone else had assumed responsibility for m...
How much is the bill? You should probably just pay it.See question
Wife wants to open an insurance policy for her son, not my policy! a separate policy for him.. with her name on it as well as his.. Can she be held liable if he is in an accident?? what about me?? since her name and mine are tied, would I be ...
I will assume you are talking about auto insurance. It really depends upon who is on the title for the vehicle. If you and your wife are on the title of the vehicle, and her son is in an accident, then yes, you can be held liability under the dangerous instrumentality doctrine. Whoever is on the title can be held responsible under this doctrine, even if they are not driving the car at the time of the accident. If you are concerned about being held liable, make sure he is not driving any vehicles that you are the registered owner of. I hope this information helps you.See question