A couple of days ago, I slipped and fell in a restroom at a hospital. I told hospital personnel who took my name and phone number. Advised me to go to the ER. Because I had other business to take care of and because I felt I had no broken bones ...
It depends on who is found to be at fault for the slip and fall and the injuries caused by it. If it is determined that the hospital is at fault for your slip and fall, it is possible that the hospital and or their liability insurance carrier will be responsible to pay the medical bills. If the hospital is found not to be at fault for the slip and fall, the bills will then be you or your health insurance carriers responsibility.
It is possible that the hospital has med pay. Med pay is a benefit that a property owner may have on the property that provides benefits to any person injured on the property, regardless of who is responsible for the slip and fall. This benefit will be part of the property owners liability insurance policy on the actual policy.
If there is med pay available or if the hospital was responsible for the flip and fall, you are allowed to see any doctor you choose and no approval is required.See question
I was involved in a motorcycle accident. I was traveling down a two lane road and a jeep was traveling towards me. The jeep made a left turn in front of me into a neighborhood and I hit them on the front passenger side. The accident caused me mult...
If you were served papers, you may have been served with a lawsuit. If there was motorcycle insurance on the motorcycle at the time of the accient you need to contact your insurance carrier and let them know about the lawsuit so they can defend you against the lawsuit. In Kansas you have 21 days to file an answer to lawsuit or the other side can motion the court for a default judgment against you.
Based upon the facts, it appears you may have a case against the other vehcile for failing to yield the right of way to you. You should contact a personal injury lawyer in Kansas to review the case with you.See question