See question about UIM what is the law for state of Georgia
answered on Aug 4, 2022
or General liability to which in the incident report they admitting they fault i have a right knee injury in which I'm keeping fluid on my knee as I stand 8 to 12 hours a day and i have already signed up for workmans comp and m just waiting. I just need some legal advise on what could i do... Read more »
answered on Apr 8, 2022
If you were an employee of the plant owner then you would likely be limited to a claim under the Alabama Worker's Compensation Act. You have very valuable rights that are protected by the worker's compensation act. However, there strict time limits that you must follow to protect your... Read more »
The person Im suing hasn't did there deposition and I wanted to know could they wait until next year to do theirs, or is it a time frame for them to do theirs. My deposition was held four months ago.
answered on Aug 27, 2020
Since the matter is filed and you likely have an attorney, you should direct your question to your attorney. I feel that it would be inappropriate for me to answer this question if you have an attorney.
answered on May 26, 2020
I am sorry but I would need more information to provide a substantive answer to this question. Both participants would be juvenile, so any charges would likely be filed in the juvenile court. However, the facts of the incident could change that. For example, if there was a serious physical... Read more »
answered on Apr 17, 2020
You may be able to file a claim. There is currently litigation pending against the manufacturers of talcum powder, particularly Johnson and Johnson. You should immediately contact an attorney in your area to discuss your mother's death in more detail to determine if there is a viable claim.
Fired from main job... little to no work from 2nd job
answered on Mar 24, 2020
Unfortunately I cannot answer this question based on the information provided. I assume that this is a worker's compensation case. Settlement values depend on multiple factors like the worker's average weekly wage, weeks of TTD benefits that have been pain, and several other factors. I... Read more »
Can I file a Federal lawsuit in Alabama
answered on Feb 28, 2020
This is a very technical question that will depend on in depth analysis of the facts. I would suggest you schedule a meeting with an attorney that routinely practices personal injury law in the Federal courts.
I have no idea of status of case after 8 mos was needing a pre-settlement loan, which he could have said no, but said nothing No communication. I am supposed to get all medical histories but have no car. Adjuster has no idea of worth of case or progress.Finally he called and said he'd agree to... Read more »
answered on Feb 14, 2020
Your attorney is typically responsible for dealing with Medicare issues. The MSP and Medicare liens can be a complicated matter. All that I can advise is that you set up an appointment with your current attorney to discuss your case and concerns. Good luck.
answered on Sep 24, 2019
Assault in the third degree is an A class misdemeanor. It carries up to a 12 months in the county or city jail and/or a fine not to exceed $6,000.00. A conviction would also have court cost and possible claims of restitution. You should consult a criminal defense attorney and discuss all of the... Read more »
My loved one is physically and mentally challenged and unable to speak and has a peg tube. He has been hospitalized and sent to the ER several times for different reasons ( infections, dehydration, peg tube dislodgment, peg tube misplacement). There was even a time I’ve gone to visit and noticed... Read more »
answered on Sep 20, 2019
Yes, they can, and should, be held liable for negligent acts that cause harm to the resident. These claims fall under the Medical Liability Act in Alabama. If the nursing home and its staff breaches the standard of care, and the resident suffers harm as a result of the breach then you could have... Read more »
Food Poisoning from Burger King. In 1995, I had gotten a terrible case of good poisoning. Went to the emergency room, had many tests done and the doctor confirmed it was what I had eaten, a burger from Burger Kind. I had the paperwork and went to the restaurant and spoke with the manager. Days... Read more »
answered on Aug 3, 2019
You will not be able to bring a suit a case against Burger King. In Alabama there is a two year statute of limitations on negligence cases. Which means that you must file a lawsuit against the negligent party within 2 years of the negligent act causing you injury. In you particular situation... Read more »
answered on Jul 26, 2019
If grass clippings were negligently or intentionally blown into the road and the clippings were the cause of an accident that could be the basis of a lawsuit for injury or death.
A passenger is now suing me for negligence. Soon after the accident I took the grandson off my insurance (Liberty Mutual). Shortly after that, I changed insurance companies and dropped both my automobile and umbrella coverage. Since the both policies were in force at the time of the accident, is... Read more »
answered on Jun 24, 2019
In general, if your insurance was in full force on the day of the accident Liberty Mutual would owe you coverage. You should notify the carrier immediately about the suit.
answered on May 15, 2019
I assume you mean, do you have a civil cause of action against the person that falsely accused you of vandalism. If so, that would depend on several facts. In short you would have to prove that the individual knowingly and intelligently made false statements about you. If so you could have a... Read more »
What should she start off asking for damages. Her eye and lip was really damaged
answered on Apr 25, 2019
Dog attack and dog bite cases can be difficult cases primarily due to insurance coverage issues. The first thing your sister should do is to put the dog owner and drug recovery center an official notice of her claim for damages. To fully protect her rights she should consult a personal injury... Read more »
I live in an apt complex & there are small drainage ditches across our front yard. I was walking in my front yard from my neighbor's apt to mine. (I was not walking in the ditch) I stopped to make sure I shut her storm door all the way and when I turned around the ground was uneven and it... Read more »
answered on Apr 10, 2019
A landowner generally does not have a duty to warn of dangerous conditions that are open and obvious. In other words, if the dangerous condition is known, or should have been seen or observed by the injured party, the landowner is not responsible for injuries caused by the dangerous condition.... Read more »
the case was 1st settled in 2005 but I have since learned that I could have received a much higher settlement
answered on Apr 8, 2019
I am not aware of any way that you can re-open the indemnity portion of your settlement at this point in time. Once the Judge signs the judgment it becomes final after 30 days.
audio footage of the accident I had liability I'm looking to sue for the loss of my car my loss of wages pain and suffering
answered on Apr 6, 2019
Yes, you would have a claim for the property loss, medical bills, pain, and suffering. You could also recover your lost wages if you have proof that you missed work as a result of the injuries suffered in the accident. The property claim is separate from your bodily injury claim. Thus, you can... Read more »
claim for medical bills?
answered on Nov 20, 2018
Generally you do not have to wait. The property damage claim is a separate claim from your bodily injury claim which includes claims for medical bills. You should make certain that there is no language on the endorsement section of the check that states you are waiving all claims related to the... Read more »
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