This lawsuit is in south carolina just adding that in case they have different laws and regulations.
Most attorneys provide a distribution sheet or settlement worksheet showing exactly how every dollar is allocated. Sounds like you need to get with your attorney and ask him about it.See question
My health insurance have paid some of my medical bills and my insurance paid some of my bills through my med-pay which is $2k.
Most likely. You need to read the section of your auto policy dealing with a third party recovery to figure out the specifics. You can always send them a request to reduce or waive the amount they are entitled to recover.See question
The driver that hit me lives out of state and I first need to file a court case, then I need to serve the Director Of California DMV to get a return notice / letter back from the Legal Department. How long does that take? Once I get this...
Have you tried working out this matter directly with the defendant's insurance company? You may want to give that a try first if you are set on handling this without the assistance of an attorney. Just remember there are strict time limits on how long you have to file a lawsuit.See question
I purchased a solar sys from Costco Dec 2005, installed Jan 2006. I was given a 25 yr warranty. The BP panels died in 2010, almost burning my house down. I was unaware that they died because I have net-metering which lets me know at the end of th...
Interesting. I think we all would have lots of additional questions for you, but is there something specific that you want to know because I did not see a question in your comment. Did you have an actual house fire caused by the panels?See question
I have hospital bills and was injured very bad from accident I'm out of work now and need financial assistance.
Yes, you need an attorney. You went to the doctor for you medical issues. You should see a lawyer for your legal issues. Several issues that will have to be worked out, and a lawyer is in a better position that you are to deal with them.See question
My adopted autistic son is staying at a residential treatment center (RTC). In 2012 he broke his arm while on an unsupervised timeout. He stabbed himself on the foot with a toothbrush again on an unsupervised timeout. Then he was slapped by ano...
Yes, hire an attorney. These can often be very complicated and emotionally charged cases, so it is always best to hire a lawyer to handle these matters for you.See question
I just received a letter from the other parties attorney requesting my insurance information... I assume he will collect from my insurance therefore do I still have to pay restitution?
It is unlikely anything will be accomplished with your insurance before the restitution hearing. These are separate issues. Show up and explain the insurance request from the other side's attorney. Maybe you can continue the restitution hearing until the insurance is worked out.See question
My car was stolen out of parking space, manager lets other people park in my space . Now the tenants let their friends park in my space. when I come home with a friends car or rental I have no place to park. The apartments are clearly posted in re...
Put your complaint in writing to the manager. Point out where your parking is part of your lease agreement. Note the number of times you have complained. Start looking for a new place to live.See question
I don't share food or drinks with people and I've only had three boyfriends my entire life but the most recent boyfriend gave me mono. When confronted, he stated that he had gotten checked the week before I got sick and was clean. However since mo...
There are some cases out there regarding knowingly passing along disease that may be helpful to you.See question
Basically I am wanting to know if I as the personal injury client can take that money and settle up with the ambulance company on my own time. Or, is the attorney absolutely required to turn this money over to a private ambulance company's private...
No lien. You can pay now or pay later. Collection companies are notorious for refusing to reduce the amount. Too bad it got to collections before an agreement could be made to reduce the amount.See question