If you have an attorney, talk to him or her about the status of your case. If you do not have an attorney, consult with attorneys in your area for further advice. Re-post a specific question with more details about your case to get better feedback.
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I agree with my colleague. For an overview of what to anticipate, consult your attorney; no one knows the facts of your case like your attorney.
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You have not provided enough information. It appears you have retained a personal injury attorney to represent you in your slip and fall incident. Therefore I would strongly suggest you contact him or her to discuss you case. As stated by others, know one knows your case as well as your attorney.
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if you are approaching the two year anniversary and the case isn't going to settle, expect a lawsuit to be filed. You should really direct this question to your attorney.Ask a similar question
The Statute of Limitations will bar you from suing after two years has passed. Also, the plaintiff has the burden of proof so go prepared or hire a good attorney to appear for you.Ask a similar question
HOPEFULLY YOU HAD AN ATTORNEY AND FILED A LAWSUIT, OTHERWISE IT IS ALL OVER. IF YOU HAVE AN ATTORNEY, CALL HIM FOR A REVIEW OF YOUR CASE. IF NOT, THEN YOU MAY BE OUT OF LUCK UNLESS YOU WERE INCAPACITATED, UNCONSCIOUS AND OR YOU ARE A MINOR. BEST OF LUCK.
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Court dockets vary from State to State and County to County. Your lawyer is the best one to advise you on an expected trial date or other event in your case. Contact him or her to discuss.Ask a similar question
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