My mom is a high risk patient with a complicated health history. Just recently she had stents added to her legs for circulation and was told that she would be okay to drive the next day. She was in a car accident and had to be brought back into the hospital. The doctor gave advice to a patient who... Read more »
You are correct. This is a very complex medical history and file. A med mal attorney could have a difficult time in making a determination here without examining patient chart and medical history in greater detail. The best place to start would be to contact med mal attorneys in Alabama (mentioned...Read more »
My sister took my wedding photos for free as a “gift”, but since then has decided she’s not going to give them to me. She won’t talk to anyone or listen to anyone who asks her for the photos. Many family members have offered to pay to see the photos but she refuses. We were married in a... Read more »
On July 27 2018, I turned onto a main roadway to go north from a public driveway and a driver who were coming from a hill top curve (south) around 35-40mph side swooped my car. The speed limit in that area is 25mph. After assessing damages, I verified my insurance policy which showed good through... Read more »
See if you could arrange a quick consultation with a Hawaii accident attorney to give the file a once-over. Unfortunately, you were entering a main road and without evidence in terms of video images, skid marks, eyewitness testimony, it could be difficult to support your assertions about the speed...Read more »
Depending on how the process is administered and what part you're selected for, you could raise your concerns with court personnel processing jurors when you arrive for duty. Additionally, judges will generally screen jurors with preliminary questions. You could raise your concerns then....Read more »
Accident was 4-19-19. Insured motorist under USAA claimed 100 % responsibility in complete loss of my car(27500). They have misrepresented themselves and told me to go through own insurance company. I told them no and I would like to go through USSA. No money for personal loss.
I hope you are okay as a result of the accident. It's possible that what you were told does not amount to misrepresentation, although it could have been a recommendation that might not have been the best course of action for your interests. Before further time elapses, try to arrange a free consult...Read more »
Hopefully, the delay is something of a recordkeeping oversight rather than something of a suspicious nature. The best place to start is to make a written request, either through email or certified mail. If no response to that and a follow-up request are received, try to contact a government...Read more »
As a general matter, no. While the underlying goal of obtaining a favorable outcome is common with that of the trial court, the processes are different. If you are contemplating an appeal, speak with an appellate attorney in Nevada without delay. Allowable grounds for appeals can be narrow, and the...Read more »
Based on the limited details, it's difficult to say. It could be attributed to any number of things. Knowing state of mind could help characterize the conduct. Since it involves foreign currency, it appears to be somewhere outside U.S. With additional details, and knowledge of that country's laws,...Read more »
I'm sorry for this situation. A wrongful death attorney would handle such cases in general, but from the brief details here, it looks like you would want to speak with someone who has insight into the agency. A starting point could be to speak with attorneys on this site, the Internet, or through...Read more »
I'm sorry for your loss. If the hospital or her primary physician sent her offsite for any tests, include those facilities also when you make your record requests. In terms of not continuing lifesaving measures you mention, it's possible the term you are thinking of is a Do Not Resuscitate Order....Read more »
My wife's cousin recently had his appendix taken out. During the surgery they did severe damage to his bladder. While in recovery and under the influence of pain medication a nurse heavy handedly (or forced) him to sign paperwork that essentially said everything went fine to his knowledge and... Read more »
That isn't the way it works (in terms of footing a $20,000 to $100,000 price tag to "get in the door"). If a Washington med mal attorney determines that the grounds for a valid case exist, it is likely that the firm would move forward with the case on a contingency basis, which means that the firm...Read more »
In terms of templates, it could depend on the preferences of the Nevada broker handling the sale. While they could be similar in general characteristics and basic issues covered, templates could differ from broker to broker.
Based on these limited facts, it's difficult to advise you as to what you should do. It's your decision in the end, but some of the things you could consider include the following. Some might be more plausible or excusable than others, but this is just a general list of things to consider if you...Read more »
I have had the system for approx 4 years. This will be the second time the inverter and control panel has filled with rain water and failed. I have been trying to get it fixed for the last 3 months. The company we lease the system from finally (after 2 months) sent out a service person. I am told,... Read more »
Your question remains open for four weeks, maybe because it was overlooked in the Product Liability heading. A California attorney would be in the best position to identify the consumer law elements under which you could pursue your remedies. A California attorney could help determine the most...Read more »
You are correct. Ordinarily under contract law, if the object of consideration is not available, people would be within their rights to expect a return of money. However, it's possible that buried in the fine print is a provision that allows substitution of one publication for another. It depends...Read more »
It looks like you are seeking an attorney for what appears to be an appeal matter. Do not wait to be contacted by attorney. That isn't the way this board works. It is for posting legal questions. You can seek out attorneys, but you can't sit and wait to be contacted by one based on a post....Read more »
Motor vehicle accident. Taken to ER. Xrays given. Told only contusions. Told to make orthopedic appt. At appt was told my arm was fractured. I was placed in a cast. Time went by and i went bac kto ortho who did another xray and said yes it was still fractured. Then when i was still complaining... Read more »
What is considered medical negligence? It is a cause of action based on the existence of a duty, a breach of that duty, ensuing damages, and a causal connection between the breach of duty and damages. You could obtain another medical opinion, as pointed out already. You are free to consult with a...Read more »
It isn't mentioned whether the damage to your house was superficial, or if the structure of the house was significantly impacted in any way. I hope the damage was not serious, but if the damage happened to be serious enough to require any kind of engineering/architectural plan, construction work...Read more »
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