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I heard a multiplier was used.
Maybe. How much time b/t 1) accident and 2) you being fully healed?See question
I was hit, Wednesday 7-26, approximately 12:40 pm, while I was returning to work from break. I pulled into the driveway, a woman was turning out of the parking lot into the driveway, I stopped when I noticed that she wasn't stopping and she was lo...
You have the right to make a claim against the at-fault driver.
Your employer is not at fault for its no smoking policy.
As stated, I was in an auto accident, the other driver is at fault and they are insured. I'm not, moreover my license was suspended. Do I have a claim?
If the other driver was at fault, you have the right to make a claim in AZ.
Your lack of license and lack of insurance are not factors to be considered at all
The statute of limitations for my auto claim is 8/5/17. I have handled and closed the property damage and diminished value claim, successfully. I have been handling the personal injury part thus far. I sent a well put together demand letter app...
You are less than THREE WEEKS from the statute of limitations. You can assume that the insurance company is not going to make a fair offer. You must get a lawsuit filed.
You have not been successful in dealing with the insurance company on your own, and now you want to try to deal with their attorney on your own, in a lawsuit with court rules and regulations that you know very little about?
This is a no brainer. Find an experienced litigation lawyer to help you get what you deserve.
I was hit by a driver but I had no license he is trying to say It was my fault he didn't have a license eaither well he did but it was suspended. he got no damage at all on his car but I did mine what can all happen at court? Or will his insurance...
The fact that you did not have a valid driver’s license is completely irrelevant to what happened, and would likely be inadmissible in court.
Who did what wrong that caused the crash? That is the important factor in these types of cases.
I fell in the parking lot of my apartment complex due to a hole in the concrete. I broke my ankle and had to have emergency surgery to put a metal plate & screws in my ankle. The insured has accepted liability. I have so far done all the work myse...
You are going to have to hire a lawyer to get a fair resolution to your claim.
Telling the insurance company at this stage that you are going to speak to a lawyer might increase the offer, but it's not going to get it from $17,000 to over $40,000. Not even close.
The insurance company has made its stand. It is not uncommon in premises cases.
So now, consult with an attorney. Why not? Initial consultations are free. Get educated, and then make the best decision for you and your case.See question
I have an open-and-close case, and am very comfortable moving forward without one but would like to know the process? I had two different surgeries at the fault of a DUI driver who spent six months in jail for felony DUI with Great Bodily Injury.
I am not sure why you feel comfortable moving forward in this potentially complicated case without an attorney.
Without knowing what stage of your case is in (pre-litigation or litigation), it is very hard to answer your questionSee question
Can I rent a Motorcycle and claim it or is it just basic transportation (car).
If you have been deprived of the use of your vehicle as a result of an automobile accident, you 1) have the right to obtain a rental vehicle at the expense of the at fault driver or 2) the loss of use of the vehicle, which is the per day equivalent of a rental vehicleSee question
I recently was involved in a chain reaction car accident where I was one of 4 total vehicles involved in the accident. I had a lapse in coverage but my car was being financed and I have GAP coverage. Luckily the person that caused the accident was...
Unfortunately, the insurance company can drag this out for 2 years. That is the deadline for anyone/everyone to file a lawsuit.
The insurance company has an obligation to financially protect their insured. That is why the delay; they want to fit ALL claims under the $10,000 limit, and get everyone to sign off.
You do not have to wait. You can file a lawsuit, and you will certainly have a decision well prior to the 2 years.
If the claim is worth less than $10,000, then it should be brought in Justice Court.
Good luck to you
I was hit by a falling cactus on business property. I am suing them. They are trying to say it was an act of God. They cut down the cactus after the accident went to trama center in hospital ended up with fractured back and fractured ankle. Have y...
My impression: Cacti just don’t “fall over”. They are well rooted, and the indication of a potential “fall” might be foreseeable.
You may well have a good claim.
Please call an experienced personal injury trial lawyer at your earliest convenience.See question