it was a store brand product
Typically a personal injury claim/lawsuit requires some type of damages from the tort committed against you. Although a jury may find the yogurt company (and possibly others) liable for the bone being in your yogurt, they would be hard pressed to award any monetary damages.See question
I was in an accident last december in which the other driver is clearly at fault. I hired an attorney so that I didn't have to deal with the hassle from the insurance company. My attorney recently told me that he got an offer from the insurance co...
When you hire an attorney to represent you in a legal matter, they work for you. Contractual agreements do not supersede state laws and ethical obligations of the attorney. You have final say as to whether you want to settle or take your case to trial.See question
my wife was prgnant in a texas walmart and fell and slipped in a puddle of water there was a walmart empolyee was standing right next to the puddle and said she didnt see anything but she filled out a statment saying she saw the puddle there was n...
I agree with the prior two posts. In any personal injury case, you need to prove liability and damages. In your wife's situation, should you file a lawsuit and proceed to trial, there is a good chance a jury will find Walmart liable for creating a dangerous condition which resulted in your wife's fall. However, when they are presented with the damages question (how much in medical bills, lost wages, etc. sustained by claimant/Plaintiff), they will most likely come back with a zero dollar verdict, i.e., there are no damages in this situation.See question
My daughter attends a licensed day camp for the summer in dallas , texas, they took the children on a field trip to a know waterpark in the area and she was accidently left their by the staff by her self for hours they did not realize she was not ...
A day care can be sued under these circumstances. In any personal injury lawsuit, one has to prove a duty to owed by the at-fault party to the plaintiff/claimaint, liability, and damages. Based on the facts you've disclosed, liability seems clear but further investigation would be necessary. Damages can involve any physical or emotional injuries suffered by the child and/or parent(s). And all licensed daycare facilities are required to carry insurance. I would advise you to contact a lawyer licensed in Texas as soon as possible, if you haven't already done so. There are several factors that can positively or negatively affect your case, and an experienced attorney can help guide you along the way.See question
What is the procedure when it comes to settlement on a personal injury lawsuit and you are declared disabled. Do they put a lien on the settlement.
Generally, Medicare will put a lien on any personal injury case where they paid for medical treatment related to the underlying injury involved in the claim or lawsuit. The lien only applies if a settlement or a jury verdict occurs -- if there is no recovery, then normally, nothing has to be paid back on this lien. Medicare will usually send you a letter saying they are putting a lien on the case and subrogating their interest in the matter. Per the laws, even if they don't send you something in writing, you are on notice that a lien exists.See question