I was recently involved in a head on car collision and suffered a comminuted fracture to my calcaneus. The wreck wasn't my fault at all as stated in the police report. She failed to yield when turning left into the interaction we were in. The poli...
Your question: "What could this possibly be worth?"
Answer: With a good attorney probably all the insurance that is available. Even that depends on more facts than you could list here. Also, without an attorney they will try to stall until the statute of limitations bars your claim or low ball the offer.
I was driving threw the street heading towards the freeway. When the trailer that I was pulling was detached from my truck by the road conditions and cause damage to my truck. The road was uneven causing the trailer to detach. Can I sue the city t...
Not likely. It is complicated, but it would have to be a special defect and actual knowledge and notice of claim within 90 days and lots of other hurdles. Then there is the question they will raise about whether the trailer was secure. Then there is if you went too fast; was it open and obvious. On and on.See question
On the way to the hospital a drunk drive struck the ambulance. My husband was not strapped down properly and he flew off the gurnee, hit the metal diamond plate and then crunched up in the floor. He received a concussion.
You have a potential claim. Find a good board certified personal injury lawyer with a 10 rating on AVVO, an AV rating on Martindale/Hubble and recognition by SuperLawyers.See question
Two defendants in a lawsuit filed against government agency have left.....few other are there with the agency...In the court filing now- should I add their replacement person as a defendant....
We can't answer this because we don't know anything about the case. In most cases you don't sue any of the people personally, so sorry, but we can't help. I bet you know what I am going to say next. Without an attorney you are going to lose. You are taking on a very complicated area of the law and it is not a diy thing.See question
I answer and filed a counterclaim to a suit when it is was removed by another defendant to federal court. The case was remanded back to state court. Must I refile my answer and counterclaims in state court again or will my answer and counterclaim...
It is supposed to be sent to the state court by the federal court, but don't rely on that without checking on it.See question
My vehicle shuts off I couldn't use my brakes to stop I hit a guardrail dead at 50 mph and the airbag didn't deploy. I have neck and back pain and a little dizzy. Ive already visited a MD.
It doesn't sound like you have severe enough injuries to justify the expert fees and other costs, but if you want to try, you must keep the vehicle and not repair it. You must get it examined by an expert engineer to see what caused the shut down. If the vehicle is gone, so is the case.See question
I am a dutch national, I got assaulted by an employee of an american-owned hostel in Nicaragua. The assault was completely unprovoked. The employee repeatedly beat me in the face and (thereafter) heel-stomped me in the ribs. I'm not sure where ...
This is a complex question. It depends on what kind of company it is. Unless the owners are personally liable for the company's debts, you can only sue the company. If the company is not a Texas company, it is unlikely a Texas court will hear it. But it is impossible to know without more facts, so you need to talk privately with a lawyer from the place in Texas where the owners live.See question
Called a chain driving service to pick me up. The driver raped me & has since plead guilty and is now in jail. Company liable?
Maybe. Companies typically try to say the driver was an independent contractor and so the company isn't liable, so find a lawyer who knows what to do about that. Someone board certified in personal injury law, AVVO 10 rating and Martindale Hubble rating of AV are good places to start.See question
I'm a vendor and was servicing an account. The account was robbed while I was there and I got shot. Getting workman's comp but should I try for more?
I handled one of a cases against a different apartment complex where the serial rapist in the Timberwalk case also committed his crimes. Mr. Carter mentioned that cases against the owner of the property where the crime happened are called Timberwalk cases. I recommend that when you are interviewing lawyers you ask them if they are familiar with the Timberwalk case. If they can't tell you what happened in that case, they don't have the experience to handle the case will. But be prepared to be told you have no case, as these are difficult cases to win.See question
"All documents, electronically stored information, or tangible things concerning Plaintiffs Employment with Defendant". If so, where do you see the issue?
All discovery must be asking for relevant evidence or something that will lead to the discovery of relevant evidence. So your requests must be likely to lead to the discovery of relevant evidence or information that will in turn lead to that evidence. The court will weigh the likelihood of that against the expense and time needed to comply with your request. Since you are not likely to know what to do to counter an objection, the lawyer will certainly object that the request is vague, over broad, unduly burdensome and not calculated to lead to the discovery of admissible evidence.See question