17 yo driver hit me head on approx 30 MPH in ice.
It sounds like what you were saying if you have $3000 in medical bills, $1000 in lost wages, and $5000 in property damage. It also sounds like you were saying that the other person's insurance company has already paid $5000 in property damage. Based on that, your demand of $14,000 is in the ballpark. If you need to go further, you'll need to hire an attorney to file a lawsuitSee question
About 3 months ago, I was in a car accident in which the other driver failed to yield on a left turn--she had a green, but not an arrow and I had a green going straight-- and there was no police report. I was uninsured at the time and I guess her ...
Here's the deal: this is what we call a liability dispute. Of course her insurance company is trying to pin it on you, but because you don't have any insurance it's unlikely that they're going to sue you (although I have seen that done).
Because the other person does have insurance, you need to get a lawyer and sue her. We would be glad to represent you and Sue her if that's what you want.See question
Sign at my wife's work fell on her 2 day old Acura MDX, penetrating the roof. Hotel, first said they are not responsible for acts in the parking lot. Then said they will turn it over to insurance, which will state "act of god". Same day after acci...
Get your car fixed immediately under your own insurance comprehensive policy. You will have to pay a deductible and less you get the body shop to wait that he ducked up. We can help you with that. In addition you will need to get a lawyer to sue the company that had the sign There may be some other parties to Sue. You also have damages for loss of use, repair, and diminished value.See question
A ceiling collapsed on me in my apartment knocking me unconsious and causing me to have bulging/ herniated disc I've already finishing up all my treatment took about 6 months my lawyer has already sent the adjuster a demand package do I qualify f...
Ask your lawyer if there have been any negotiations or offers. If not, there are many settlement advance companies, such as Oasis and Worldwide Funding.See question
Statute of limitations ends Friday on my case, I thought I could settle myself but insurance company (USAA) dragged their feet and called me this morning to offer a mere $600 to settle. The son of their insured rear-ended me on 12/2/2014 and I've...
Yes we can file a lawsuit tomorrow. It's all electronic.
All cases have general denials, don't worry.
It's better to file level 2, for technical reasons.
Get going.See question
I broke a crowned tooth on a foreign object in a sandwich.
This is a good case. The law is that if there is a naturally occurring object, there is no liability. An instance of a naturally occurring object is a chicken bone that is in a chicken nugget or a cherry pit that is in a piece of cherry pie
If you have a case where there is a piece of metal or a piece of glass in a chicken nugget or cherry pie then there is liability.
You will need to hire a lawyer because these cases are rarely if ever settle without a fight.
It is important to hire a lord that lives in your area that can file in court in your area. It is very important to fire a lawyer who has tried cases to a jury verdict and has won.
There is a separate method of recovery for your medical bills, some restaurants carry what is called medical payments coverage. This will pay your dentist and other medical bills for a sum of up to $2500, $5000, or even as much as $10,000. Paragraph the matter what you do get on this right away and keep all your records photographs your receipt And especially the object of broke your toothSee question
I have an attorney who has not returned any of my phone calls, fail to reach out to me concerning my case and has failed to provide me with a copy of my file and other original documents. I have made a personal visit to the office and her assistan...
If you want to change lawyers, that's easy. The lawyers will work out payment among themselves. Your new attorney will need to file a lawsuit before the two-year anniversary of your accident.See question
If the at-faults insurance has only a 30/60 policy limit, and your injuries exceed this amount I heard you can also use your own insurance for UIM to recover morer monies but how can you collect off both policy Limits ...? and do you have to wait ...
First you send a demand to the liability insurance company for them to tender $30,000 on behalf of the defendant. Once they offered that settlement amount, you will need to request the uninsured motorist carrier's consent to settle. Once the luninsured motorist insurance gives you consent to settle, you can accept the $30,000 of liability tendered by the liability defendants insurance company. Then you send a demand letter to the uninsured motorist carrier. If they accept your offer of a settlement for policy limits they too will also offer $30,000
In other words you accept the $30,000 from the liability defendants insurance company, then you accept $30,000 from your own uninsured motorist company.See question
I managed a nightclub that had armed security. I had escorted a man outside who was no longer permitted in the club because he was a known drug dealer. Once outside, I told the guard to keep him and his cousin (who had been waiting outside) off th...
You sue them. They move to stay. You move to lift stay and the case goes forward to trial. Happens all the time. Call me Monday. 972 739 6445See question
You can read about the details of my case by reading the previous question. I just need to find representation that can help me file by the sol. Afterwards won't we have several months (time) to put together the innards of the case?
Call me at 972 739 6445 and I'll get it filed tomorrow. Call after 1030. I'll be in court before then.