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I was finishing up using the restroom when i heard a noise and looked up and saw a hand with a cellphone over the partition pointed at me. I quickly pulled up my pants and asked a few times "what are you doing?!" with no response. I walked out to ...
I agree with other lawyers; hopefully you reported this incident at the time and have a reasonably accurate description of the Home Depot-employee. Depending upon how long it has been, you may still be able to go make a report to the store *and* to the police. As for type of lawyer, this would fall within the specialty of personal injury, since invasion of privacy is a personal violation/tort.See question
I was in an accident a couple of months ago and at that time filed the property damage claim. An injury adjuster called me and asked me If I would be filing an injury claim, I then told him I wasn't sure because I wanted to see if my injuries woul...
As long as you have not released your bodily injury claim in writing, you should be able to proceed. The statute of limitations for personal injury in Texas is 2 years from the date of the accident; however, I would suggest you seek legal counsel and get medical treatment/therapy to address your pain. The value of your claim will be directly proportional to the amount of medical expenses you incur, but better to let an attorney communicate with the insurance company on this claim, in my opinion.See question
I am inSan Diego CA and the slip and fall happened at the Dallas airport June 2 2014
Yes, I handle cases involving slip and falls at the airport(s) here in Dallas. I would need to know more facts--feel free to contact me via my firm website, horany.com, or contact any other board-certified personal injury trial lawyers.See question
was driving a rental the 2nd car fail to see that I was making a legal turn with my signal light.
You may always hire a local attorney; however as suggested, it may be necessary to engage a NJ lawyer as well. These cases are very fact-specific, and each state is different. That being said, I've handled cases where my clients were in accidents in other states (IL, NH recently); in both instances the cases were resolved at the claims level so no lawsuit was necessary. Thanks for opportunity to give input.See question
what could i expect in this case? i do feel a little sore whaere i may need treatment and this may cause days off work where i do not get paid for those days missed.
There is no way to answer this question as you pose it, because the biggest determing factor in the value of a slip and fall case is the amount of medical/chiropractic treatment needed. If you are hurt, you should seek medical attention. Wal-mart is self-insured; they have sophisticated systems in place to record activities on their premises and a comprehensive program to avoid slip-trip-and fall injuries.See question
his uncle is the owner of the truck he was driving which result in no damage, uncle denied fixing my truck, because he was not driving. i had to pay for all damages which total almost $10,000 i sent certified letter for court, but never was rece...
It is unclear whether you are referring to the criminal case against the driver or a separate action against the owner of the truck which hit your vehicle. Very important to consult an attorney within two years of the date of the incident; normally property damage claims are handled without lawyer involvement here in Texas but your situation has a number of variables that probably need to be reviewed by an attorney. A consumer law attorney might be a good choice as well. Contact the Houston Lawyer Referral Service at 713/237-9429.See question
the dentist realized their mistake gave me something for itch & finished the procedure.the dentist called me later.The itching got worse,my breathing was labored I went ER informed them of allergiebefore treatment yet wa...
As others have noted, the extent of your permanent injury is important to determine whether or not your case is economically viable. Even if you suffered no long term adverse effects , you should report this incident to the board of dental and medical examiners so that the practitioners involved will have their professional conduct reviewed. I have been able to formulate winning case strategy before after the board reviewed facts of a case and sanctioned a physician. Good luck. Be sure to seek legal representation from a board-certified lawyer promptly.See question
Mother in law experienced a fall at home which caused broken neck. After being released from hospital, went home and couldn't sleep for several days. Went back to hospital and diagnosed with high level of anxiety. Over the phone, a doctor presc...
I would advise you and your wife to contact a board-certified personal injury trial lawyer on this case; there are many in the Austin area who could consult with you. Your best chance to get the relevant medical records is from the facility where Mom is being treated now; by now some member of the family must be signing consents, etc. to arrange for treatment, and that facility likely has records from the prior emergency room visit, etc. These cases are very fact specific and it is not clear from the facts provided what happened with Mom's care, but definitely a consultation with a qualified Texas attorney is in order. Good luck and sorry to hear of this unfortunate case.See question
if you were diagnosed with cancer by a cancer specialist but later found out you did not have cancer and the only reason you had surgery is because you thought you had cancer is this considered medical malpractice because you cant take surgery bac...
Whether or not it amounts to medical malpractice in Texas also requires an elvuation of the degree of harm you suffered; whether or not tissues/organs were removed in treatment of the mis-diagnosed cancer, and many other factors. Your best course of action is to consult a board-certified personal injury trial lawyer in Texas. The time limit for bringing a malpractice case is almost (but not always) two years from the date of the malpractice. So in a case of misdiagnosis, it would be two years from the date of the misdiagnosis; not two years from the surgery as a result of the misdiagnosis, or two years from when you discovered the mistake (unless it was impossible to know about the mistaken diagnosis until you learned you did not have cancer). The whole area of limitations in Texas is very complex, so it would be prudent to talk to a qualified Texas attorney as soon as possible. The initial consultation will be free, but it would be make things faster and easier if you obtain your medical records from the cancer specialist who misdiagnosed you, and from any subsequent treating physicians. I too am glad you don't have cancer, but sorry you went through all the pain/suffering/grief associated with that diagnosis. Good luck to you.See question