I was injured at work on a Segway, fractured knee and ripped tendons in both wrists. I did go through physical therapy, the doctor stated it's not if but when the wrist tendons will rip fully and lose function in both wrists. Today I received abou...
At this stage you need to contact a local workers compensation attorney so you can understand that all the rights and choices you have as you move toward recovery for your injury. If you have agreed to settle then you should also meet with an attorney as most offer a first first visit to have any questions you have answered.See question
The lady that rear ended my son won't answer questions to her insurance company so we can get my car fixed. how long do wait until I go to a lawyer?
Your questions is not as easy as it seems. If it is property damage only, then I would state notify your own carrier and if you have the proper coverage (i.e. collision then allow your own carrier to cover the vehicle and have them go after the defendant) If you son was injured then you need to contact a local injury attorney promptly.See question
My child is 7 yrs old and has asthma adha and is on immunotherapy for the next 3 to 5 yrs every week 2 shots and a eppie pen in case he goes into shock from the treatment. As of right now I can't find work due to all the appointments I have to kee...
Children's cases for Social security are difficult but can be won. If you have medical documentation which shows that your son has not developed the way a child his normal age has developed in one of 5 ADLs. To mean which someone must say that he has an extreme restrictions in one of the 5 areas or two areas of moderated restrictions. My suggestions is to begin an application for SSI and once you get the standard denial form the first filing contact a social security attorney like my firm to help through the remaining steps.See question
I settled a workers comp. case in March as a lump sum, and just received the check. I want to put it into a bank account but want to know if it is taxable first.
They are no taxable, but you should speak with your attorney and accountant, to confirm what your state rules are in regardless to listing the money on any return.See question
I was at a store parking lot, I was backing out I checked both ways before I put my car in reverse. As I was backing out a car in the road pulled in and hit me from the back. Her back door on her driver side is dent and my bumper on my driver side...
First, was a police report filed. If an officer was called, they should have filed a parking lot incident report. I would get it. Second, did you talk to the other driver, if not the report becomes more important, because it will detailed where the other driver came from. In most instances, the majority of fault will be placed on you in Mississippi because you have a greater duty to keep a lookout in terms of backing out. If your claim is only for property damage, the other attorneys that have answered before are correct file it with your own insurance and repair your vehicle. They will likely seek reimbursement for whatever they paid against the other driver.See question