In 1994 I was severely injured in a car accident at 15 years of age. My grandmother was driving. I suffered complete memory loss, ability to do Math past a basic level, had right frontal and left frontal brain trauma, a shattered femur, a crushed ...
You need to contact a local attorney in your area. Luckily, Bloomington has some great attorneys. They will be able to review your case and determine what can be done for you.See question
I was in a car accident today with a 18 wheeler and my insurance policy had just cancelled due to a late payment can I still presue with a law suit cuz the wreak was not my fault the truck was n the left lane witch was for him to go straight not t...
Yes, you can still sue. Feel free to give me a all, 800-815-4403.See question
We live in Indiana. He had no insurance and is in ICU in Indianapolis. The accident was not his fault . can we get the insured other driver to cover anything?
You need to call an experienced Indiana personal injury attorney ASAP. Feel free to call me, 800-815-4403. Ask for Frank Julian.See question
I'm a total quadriplegic a rely on a Home care agency for my daily needs. A nurse that I asked to have taken off my case several time dumped my out of my wheelchair and broke my hip. I had to have surgery, have a rod and pins/nails put in my leg ...
I am in South Bend, otherwise I would be happy to help. Call Dan Chamberlain, who answered a question above.See question
i went to the hospital for sprang neck and ankle
I don't think you should be worried at this point whether you can sue. What you need to do is speak to an experienced, local personal injury attorney immediately. The attorney will be able to sort through the facts as you tell them and determine whether you have the ability to bring a claim. Again the most important thing is to talk to a personal injury attorney. Also, you should probably get pictures of any injuries and pictures of the vehicles involved if you can.See question
My uninsured car was parked at a private property residence and was hit by an insured driver at night, apparently they didnt see it. Are they responsible for the damages?
They are responsible. The lack of insurance on your car has nothing to do with fault or damages. Get a police report which have the identity of the other drivers insurance company. You can then contact that insurance company and make a claim for the damages to your car.See question
I was injured in a car accident and have been having back pain. I went to the Dr after it had happened and I was told that I had sprained my back. I was ordered for physical therapy, but that time, I got barred from my Dr, and everyone in the ne...
You should definitely speak to an attorney. In your area, you should talk to Green & Schultz.See question
I was visiting my niece at her apartment complex and when I was coming out of her door (she live in a townhouse) I fell on the outside stairs that was not shovel or salted.. This complex never shovel or salt their stair so I try to be very careful...
Depending on the physical make-up of the building, the answer is YES. Landlords have responsibility to maintain common areas that are outside of the control of the individual tenants. At a townhome, it may not be the landlord though. You may have a case against your niece, the landlord or both. You need to sit down with a local personal injury attorney and get some advice. Bring photographs.See question
Medicare will be paying for the hospital bills. Will Medicare be contacting my car insurance company?
You have a duty to contact your insurance company that is outlined in your own individual insurance policy. That having been said, you should definitely contact them. If you don't, they might use this failure to notify them as an excuse to deny coverage, saying that you "failed to cooperate." Contact them ASAP.See question
I ordered a bbq chicken with no bacon from a pizza franchise. I asked them not to include bacon because it's against my religion and I have never consumed pork in my 25 year life. When the pizza came I checked the box as I always do and it said 'n...
This is a tough case for many reasons. You need to prove that the defendant was negligent and did you harm. Obviously, harm comes from the consumption of pork, which is forbidden by the Quran. Of course, the harm is limited by both the text and interpretation of the Quran which does not forbid consumption of pork when it was not the result of your own disobedience. (Al-Baqara 2:173) Next, if the staff of the restaurant does not admit to putting the bacon on your pizza, they will faced with conflicting stories. Even keeping the rest of the pizza does not necessarily help you as they could argue that either "you asked for bacon" or they did not add the bacon. I have found that without independent witnesses, "he said, she said" cases are very difficult. You really need to sit down with a local personal injury lawyer to discuss your case further.See question