In 2014 I was a passenger in an accident where my mother was driving. We were the fourth car making a left turn on a green arrow. As we turned a woman ran the red light and t-boned my car. My axle was broken and it left my Civic disabled in the st...
Keep looking. If you are calling numbers from the TV or a billboard, you might try a different avenue. Use the Find a Lawyer feature and contact a few more for a free consultation. It would be helpful to have a complete copy of your file from your previous attorney. If you have no success after a few more consultations, it might reveal something about the likelihood of success of your case.See question
I was out of the country when a process server came and left a summons at my house after my son said I was out of the country don't I need to be personally served
While more information would be helpful, generally, a Summons and Complaint can be left with a person of "suitable age" at your residence. There are exceptions depending on what was served.See question
We had a forced settlement on a case that our attorney negotiated with out our consent...we have a signed attorney agreement stating the fact that no settlement would be agreed to until first consulting with us...this was never done
You are likely correct that the case should not be settled without the clients' consent. However, more information is needed about the particularities of the settlement to determine whether you can/should do anything about it. You might want to consult with an attorney in person.See question
I'm doing some research for a lawyer to help a friend of mine and I'm seeing results where different attorneys are claiming to be 'the best accident attorney'. Is this allowed? I didn't think lawyers were allowed to make such claims
Claiming to be "the best" at something probably doesn't rise to the level of creating an ethical or attorney advertising issue. The rule governing lawyer advertising is NRPC 7.2 and can be found here: https://www.leg.state.nv.us/courtrules/rpc.html. Find a lawyer you are comfortable with, who knows what he/she is doing and who will answer your questions.See question
I was working an event at the George r Martin convention center in downtown Houston yesterday and was hit by a forklift when I walked out the backdoor. He was driving within a couple feet of the door and ran into me extremely hard. I don't have ...
Perhaps. Certainly worth contacting a worker's compensation attorney for a consultation.See question
I was in Target last week and slipped and fell on some blueberries that someone had spilled on the floor. I didn't see them because of my basket rolling over them first. When I fell, I fell twice, one time on my knee and another time on my rear en...
Get the medical attention you need and use the Find a Lawyer feature to contact a few personal injury attorneys in your area for a free consultation. Slip and fall cases are never easy and it is best to get an attorney involved as soon as possible to investigate.See question
Papers served to me at work , no case number on file is this legal. Person resides in Texas
Hard to say, but it such sounds sketchy. You might be able to search online by party name if there is a court listed on the papers.See question
I was in the Bingo room seated at a table when an approx. 3' x 5' ceiling air conditioning unit fell on my head. I received a concussion and soft tissue damage on my neck and shoulders. I live in the State of Washington.
Unfortunately, it may be too late to file a lawsuit as the statute of limitations for personal injury in Nevada is two years, with very limited exceptions. Might be worth a call to a Nevada attorney or two for a free consultation. The Find a Lawyer feature should help you.See question
I have someone claiming an auto hit and run on my vehicle and I suspect insurance fraud. The person set up a claim with my insurance, file a police report using my car license plate number, and told them the alleged hit and run occurred at a speci...
Let your insurance company handle it. If they suspect insurance fraud, they will act accordingly.See question
Was at an acquaintances house lending assisstance w/ a stereo component and was, without provocation on my part, attacked from behind and stabbed with a knife in the neck, about a year ago. Nearly severed main artery and was informed of the fact a...
While more information is necessary, generally yes, you can sue the assailant. The homeowner may be a different issue, but certainly worth investigating. Whether you can ultimately recover anything is another issue. Use the Find a Lawyer feature to contact a few personal injury attorneys for a free consultation.See question