If you haven't filed the Tort Claims Notice within 90 days, your only choice is to file a Motion for Leave to file a Late Tort Claims Notice in the Superior Court. These are only granted by the Court sparingly for exceptional circumstances. I suggest that you speak with an attorney about this.
much the bills came out to be. It includes medical bill, doctor bill, his whole outfit and lost wage for 1 day. But the question is that the most of the medical bill was paid off with customer's plan discount. Out of $2000, $1700 was plan discount, $300 was amount owed, and the copay was $100.... View More
There is no set rule for restaurants in the situation you describe. It sounds like you made a settlement with this customer in terms of a "plan discount". While it is honorable that you are taking care of the situation, there is nothing that you have described which gets you to a formal...View More
I work with special needs and a client who is on the spectrum but high function became extremely upset because he couldn't do a certain thing and attack me and bit me to the point I had to get a tetanus shot and antibiotics. I would like to press charges but I'm not sure what 2c charge... View More
Any potential claim against a governmental entity and/or its employees, such as a town, county, the state, a police department, a board of education and many others requires that a Notice of Claim be filed with the proper agent for the receipt of the said notice, within 90 days of the event....View More
In November 2019, I was 15 (I’m 18 now) and was behind the passengers side of a Lyft driver. Is was around 3am and we got hit by a drunk driver on the highway. I watched my Lyft driver die and that was the last thing I remember. I woke in the hospital with a scraped knee, a broken rib and a... View More
I'm sorry that you were involved in such a traumatic event.
You have until your 20th birthday to file a lawsuit against the responsible party, otherwise you will be permenantly barred from any potential recovery. With the time that has passed, you should not wait until the last minute....View More
I need to confirm if my sister-in-law is eligible to be a co-plaintiff in a wrongful death suit with me and my two siblings. Our mother tragically passed away in June 2020 after three weeks at a healthcare facility. Our mother had four children, but lost a son in 2018, so we are three remaining... View More
My mom had a lawyer who was a friend of her friends, she hired him to file a few suits pertaining to personal injury and malpractice. He never filed the suits and now offered her a check for $15,000 along with a letter stating if she cashes the check it releases him from the fault of not processing... View More
#1, it is unethical for a lawyer who blows a statute to try to settle with you without you being informed of your right to counsel and you obtaining an attorney. I strongly urge you not to accept any offer and cash the attorney's check without speaking with a personal injury lawyer who is...View More
Many more facts would need to be known before advising you of a strategy. For example, what type of accident were you involved in, who was paying your bills up to the point of Covid. who are the parties, who recommended surgery and when, has a lawsuit been filed, etc.?
I have a driving on a suspended from years ago that I never dealt with (I probably have a bail on this matter). I want to get it taken care of so that I can finally get my license restored, but I would like to fight the infraction if possible.
Please provide some more information such as where the accident occured and what if any, injuries you suffered. Pleae consider calling a reputable personal injury firm where there is a Civil Trial Lawyer Certified by the New Jersey Supreme Court, who will review the necessary informatin and give...View More
the police reports states the rotted plank caught my foot pulling me down onto a rusty nail that ripped through my hand down to wrist i have lost use of that hand due to median nerve injury but the issue is its my dominant hand also the slam ruptured my breast implant that is silicone gel I'm... View More
You didn't reference the cause of the fall, but when you get out of the ER, have someone take pictures of the condition that casued you to fall. Then, report it to your property manager or landlord. Keep it simple when you report it. I would then suggest you contact a lawyer who is Certified...View More
Her friend was driving and braked hard after a deer jumped in front of the vehicle. Can she sue Dunkin Donuts and receive a settlement? Does she have a case? She has medical records and pictures of her burns. This occurred in New Jersey
She may have a case against her friend for traveling too fast for conditions or otherwise falling short in her observations for deer. Doubtful if there is a case against Dunkin Donuts. Your friend should speak with a New Jersey negligence lawyer who is Certified by the NJ Supreme Court as a Civil...View More
An attorney handling on personal injury case on a contingent fee basis, has a statutory lien for their services or possibly based upon the reasonable value of their services a/ka/a "quantum meruit". There is also case law that creates different classifications of prior attorney...View More
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