I was involved in a hit and run accident on my motorcycle, the person in the car cut me off hitting my front tire causing me to veer into the medium where I laid my bike down and made impact between the concrete and the grass rolling into the gras...
I handle motorcycle cases in the Midwest, mostly in Iowa. In Iowa, to make a recovery under your underinsured motorist portion of your insurance policy where the person who caused the crash fled from the scene, you have to be able to show physical damage from the impact with the other vehicle. You should immediately contact a lawyer who does personal injury work to find out what the State of Texas requires for proof in this kind of case.See question
Doc that did surgery said was from fall another lawyer told me that nothing could be done because I didn't go to doc right away will be played up for another 5 to 6 months no work don't want much just more then them paying bills and fought for that
I can't tell from your information whether this is a good and viable claim. The circumstances of your fall would be more important to me than the time delay in seeking treatment.See question
He is having severe musculoskeletal pain. He has been having repetitive movement pain in his hands, and other joints. The thing is, he can't nail down a date to when this happened. It has been getting worse over time.
I agree with Donna and Marlon. A workers' comp lawyer will know how to determine the correct injury date, as well as work with your doctor to figure out if this is a work-related condition. Time is ticking on your 90-day notice, so it's important to see a workers' comp lawyer as soon as possible.See question
Worker's compensation hearing completed. B/c my attorney suffered a serious health problem, she wanted to post pone my hearing, but then decided she had to with drawl from representing me, so I represented myself. I am now writing the hear...
Yes. As long as you are commenting on evidence that is in the record, whether verbally discussed at hearing or not, you're fine.See question
I was storing a bike for a buddy of mine and with his permission, ride it occasionally. I called Geico and asked how to proceed on getting the bike covered and they told me with him being the registered owner I could still get a policy on the bike...
You absolutely need to get a lawyer in your corner to set this situation right.See question
I was riding my motorcycle and a car cut in front of me. To avoid getting seriously hurt I dumped my bike. My bike however still hit his car but I rolled on the pavement. The driver was ticketed for failure to yield I am still sore and have d...
Without lawyer involvement, insurance companies rarely voluntarily pay what most lawyers consider fair value on a case. You should retain a lawyer to ensure that you receive fair pay for your harms and losses.See question
Work injury ins. co took 109 days to get me treatment, even after my ER visit (61 days after fall b/c growth on right corner of my knee, was half the size of a golf ball) Finding states: I do not see any significant degenerative changes of the ri...
This is not a Second Injury Fund case, but rather, a workers' comp injury claim against your employer and its insurance carrier. The medical evidence will determine which medical conditions are compensable. You need to get a new lawyer knowledgeable in workers' comp law as quickly as possible.See question
My family and I got into a Vehicle accident just over a month ago & i have been in pain every since then!! I have been going through physical therapy but it is not helping. Everyone is saying to contact a lawyer?
The best advice is to consult with a lawyer very soon. You may not need to actually hire a lawyer; only time will tell. The important thing is to be sure your rights are protected.See question
Had surgery on my shoulder but then went back to work got hurt again they denied a MRI . In pain all the time my insurance don't want to pay the bills and workman's say oits not a workman's case. Can you help?
You need to make an appointment with your lawyer. S/he will probably tell you that on occasion, the deputy workers' compensation commissioners in Iowa take many months to write a decision. Sometimes it's the deputy, other times it's due to some other staff shortage issue. Regardless, you lawyer should be able to fill you in much more fully.See question
Her lawyer said that since she died before she could sign, her estate would receive nothing. Is that fair or right?
If your mom's death was due to causes unrelated to the work injury, the claim for compensation died with her. If death was due to the injury itself, the claim survives.See question