with only his lights on and no sirens on— who is at fault for property damages and medical bills? The accident was undeniably his fault, but I did receive a must appear citation for driving while suspended- habitual violator.
answered on Mar 1, 2023
If the police officer is more than 50% at fault for the collision, then the city he works for will be liable for that percentage of all your damages. Your damages will include medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering damages. The city most likely has some form of insurance to cover this... Read more »
answered on Oct 20, 2022
A Missouri attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. The most direct way is to check with your attorney if you are represented in the matter. If you're handling your case on your own and an insurable interest is involved, the claim examiner for the carrier... Read more »
answered on Mar 24, 2022
An attorney in the jurisdictions you mention would be able to advise best, but your question remains open for a week. Until you reach out to attorneys in the applicable jurisdiction for meaningful guidance, as a general note, a single jurisdiction of admission is generally enough for most personal... Read more »
A client borrowed funds against their case and now have a lien. Client wants to pay lien himself instead of having attorney reimburse the lien to the case funding company because he believes if he pays the lien himself he can get a tax benefit since some of the lien is made up of funds he borrowed... Read more »
answered on Oct 7, 2021
A Kansas attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. This is really a question for your attorney because they probably have the contract entered into for the loan, and are familiar with state codes of professional conduct & ethics. Good luck
M. Casey Rogers in result of the 3 M earplugs lawsuit personal injury. Product liability. So I have not heard a word on this issue and my tinnitus is getting worse with partial hearing loss.
answered on Jul 6, 2021
A Kansas attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. I'm sorry for the suffering you're experiencing. If you're represented by counsel here, they would be in the best position to answer. Without knowing the particulars of your case, a general feature of many... Read more »
answered on Jun 27, 2021
A Kansas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. At this point, it could be worth considering reaching out to Kansas attorneys to discuss. The format here is basic, general questions. When it comes to filing motions and other more complex elements of actual... Read more »
answered on Feb 17, 2021
Not clear exactly what happened here. Most all filings are online now, so there is no delay in filing. If you physically dropped off paperwork with the clerk and they did not file timely, that could be a real problem. Currently because of Covid-19 most statutes of limitations are suspended, so... Read more »
answered on Jan 28, 2021
Could you provide more information so we can better answer your question?
Also got cited for no interlock device in the vehicle.... he was driving someone else's vehicle.
It was an uncontrolled/open intersection.. I got cited for fail to yield the right of way... what are my options.....can't I fight this
Can I sue him or the owner of the... Read more »
answered on Nov 26, 2020
Unfortunately, he would not be liable automatically, but those facts would contribute to having a jury determine that he was, in fact, at fault. Ultimately, it would be up to a jury to place a percentage of fault on each of the drivers. They could determine that the other driver was 90% at fault,... Read more »
I stopped at a stop sign, I checked both ways, didn't see anyone coming, so I slowly turned right into the lane. My car was old and couldn't accelerate fast, anyway. The other car hit the front left of my car with their rear right side. My car's front bumper was on the ground and the... Read more »
answered on Nov 24, 2020
A Kansas attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for a week. This can happen, despite the superficial damage to their vehicle at the scene of the accident. The bodily injury claim was probably open for some time. If a settlement of $25,000 is reached, the next thing that should... Read more »
Health concerns stabilized and upon review of Claim, I was exploring if I can submit an update to my original claim which could increase the compensation.
answered on Nov 22, 2020
When it comes to any personal injury claim, I highly advise you use an attorney.
Rented a car and was pulled over due to bad tags. Children's mother forgot firearm. Now being charged with felon in possession. I thought my car was supposed to have valid tags. Now facing multiple felonies.
answered on Nov 19, 2020
A Kansas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks and time is of the essence in your actions. Reach out to a Kansas City criminal defense attorney, or if qualifying based on need, you could look into whether you are eligible for a public defender. Good luck... Read more »
answered on Oct 24, 2020
From your post, it appears you are looking for a lawyer and you have been waiting two weeks for a response. But this is not a law firm or lawyer referral service. It is only a Question and Answer board, for brief answers to general legal questions. You could conduct independent searches on your own... Read more »
answered on Oct 16, 2020
Passenger has a clearer claim for damages than a driver - and should be compensated fully for damages. There is potential for recovery from both the driver and the other driver (2 sources) - depending on the facts of the accident
Our church is trying to determine what kinds of incorporation and insurance we need
answered on Sep 1, 2020
Yes. There are any number of situations where individuals and the church might have liability for an injury that occurs on church property. Cases of sexual assault are a classic example. Some churches were found labile for some sex assault cases where the churches knowingly placed predators in... Read more »
I was at drop off for my daughter, my ex-wife's boyfriend came (first time he has been there) and punched me in my nose, fracturing it and requiring surgery. We filed charges on each other because he stated I started the fight (Which is untrue), he took a plea deal, and I had my case... Read more »
answered on Jan 22, 2020
You can recover up to $4,000.00 in small claims court to cover your expenses incurred from his actions. you can go online to the county courthouse where this happened and there are forms you can complete to get a case filed and him notified of a hearing. Getting additional recoveries (pain and... Read more »
His PIP paid $4,000 in medical payments related to his personal injury
answered on Nov 7, 2019
It will likely depend if your son was the owner of the vehicle that was insured and if the policy was his policy. If he was a covered person under his parent's policy, then there is some case law to indicate the med payments do not have to be repaid. If he was the actual insured of a vehicle... Read more »
The car had left hand control installed in them. The hand control stop working and i hit a curb. The rental car company sent out a tow driver to fix temporary it worked for a couple of hours and stop working they later picked it up. I didn't go to the hospital and I have been dealing with... Read more »
answered on Nov 5, 2019
It's your choice, but I believe it would be valuable to consult with a Kansas attorney immediately. I realize that people often say this in the aftermath of any accident, but in your case, it could be especially important because an attorney could take steps to preserve evidence here.... Read more »
The person that caused the wreck delivered to pizzas for Pizza hut but didn't have insurance. Could the insurance from the other vehicle be responsible or pizza hut be responsible since the should be sure the have insured drivers while on duty
answered on Nov 2, 2019
You may have several ways to get a recovery for your injuries. First, yes, Pizza Hut will likely have some liability if their driver was uninsured. Second, if the other vehicle had any fault for causing the accident you may be able to make recovery there. Third, if you owned a vehicle with... Read more »
If an employee runs a stop sign and hits a car, does the employer pay? The employee was acting under the scope of employment.
answered on Sep 14, 2019
That's an interesting assignment. Here's a hint to get you started in your analysis: Look up the terms "respondeat superior" and "vicarious liability." You'll figure out what to do from there. Good luck in your studies.
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