4 days later called his office recommended i go to the ER which cost 2700 dollars and it just happened to be the hospital he works at
What is your question? Whether you have a medical mal-practice case? You will need to have your medical records reviewed by a medical mal-practice attorney in Massachusettes. The issue would be what the standard of care is in regards to the removal of a polyp.See question
thru a peep hole in the dressing room to know where and how many beadsthere was and to know where the tags were put in a pair of jeans.this girl works there i use to take my business to her she even begged me to let her check my purchases out unti...
I am sorry, but don't understand your question. Are you looking at criminal charges?See question
the incident to metro.net. I recieved a prompt response to my email, requesting additional information. I then, continued to email additional incidents to the carrier to let them know of additional incidents of which I witnessed. At some point the...
Do you know if the bus that slammed your hand was a city/government bus? If so, you had 6 months from the date if loss to file a claim. This requirement can be stretched but ONLY for good cause.
I suggest you immediately contact a local personal injury attorney to look through all of the documents to see if you have a cause of action. In the meantime, get all the medical help that you need.See question
The Attorneys for the propounding party are the same as in the 2 other cases and propounded in both other cases as well as new Request for Production of Documents and Admissions. This seems as though it would Violate Discovery Rules as it is dupl...
Each case is treated separately for discovery purposes if the cases have not been consolidated. So, even if the same law firm is handling the cases, each one is treated differently. The reason is that only the discovery connected to that specific case would be applicable (unless you answer things differently and it can be used to question your honesty).
However, if the same questions have been asked in the same case by the same party, then you can object as the question "being asked and answered."See question
Please quote the Code verbatim with section details so I can forward to my sibs
I am not sure exactly what the issues are, but the following link may help:
my husband is facing some issues he has a lawyer that will only see him five mins before court apperances she has not given him info on case or papers he is supposed to have he also was given wrong meds in jail put him in seizures the ambulance an...
I suggest you schedule an appointment with your defense attorney. However, if your husband has a public defender, then their time is very limited. Unfortunately, they often have too many cases and no time.
If you believe there is a medical malpractice case, you would need a malpractice attorney who are usually hired on contingency. You can contact your local bar association for a referal to one who could provide a free initial consulation.See question
Another victim using the same agent as I did has filed rackateering charges against the company we both lost money at. Can I join his claim, or am I bound by the loss a may get for my appeal in my civil claim?
If your case as been resolved, it cannot be re-litigated, absent an order from the Appellate court for the case or issue to be remanded to the trial court. You get one "bite at the apple." In short, No, unless it is a completely different claim and set of facts you could not have brought forth the first time around.See question