Hi everyone..I am planning to buy a land (its in the commercial zone) for my 2 kids..I want them to be owner of the property..The problem is they are just kids, 5 and 7 years old..and I divorced long time ago.. I have joint custody with my ex..my kids are not living with me..My ex has the physical... Read more »
It depends. If the person fell because of a dangerous condition, such as a broken step, the fact that they are an alcholic, does not prevent them from suing. But if they were drunk at the time, that certainly would indicate some comparative fault, which would reduce their recovery.
In general, there is probable malpractice case if the doctor knew you had an allergy, and prescribed you medication that you were allgeric to. But as a matter of reality, due to the costs of litigation, the case is not worth bringing unless there was a significant reaction or some permanency. If...Read more »
Possibly, If the failure to provide medical aid resulting in the loss of the baby, which would not have occurred or some complication because of the lack of treament. For medical malpractice you have to show not only that the hospital did not provide proper treatment, but that you suffered some...Read more »
Yes, but the first step is you need to file a no fault application with the insurance company for the car that hit your duaghter within 30 days of the accident. They are responsible for paying for her hospital and medical bills. You can find out the insurance company from the code on the police...Read more »
If they slip because of a dangerous condition, you could be held liable under the General Maritime Law. You should be aware that maritime law has recognized the lack of non-skid paint aboard a vessel to be a dangerous condition, since it is forseeable that the walking surfaces will get wet.
It depends on how you were injured. If you were injured because there was a dangerous condition or because a parks department employee was negligent, you can sue, but have to sue in the Court of Claims. You also have to file a notice of intent to file a claim within 90 days of the incident.
If you were working aboard the vessel, you are entitled to cure, which means that your employer must pay your medical bills. Also you are entitled to maintenance, which is your basic living expenses while you are recuperating. You may also be able to sue your employer under the Jones Act or the...Read more »
My mother finished her session of dialysis and went to the bathroom. She fell and was on the floor for about 10 min until she was able to pull the cord. She was sent to the hospital and was told she has a fractured hip and needs surgery.
It depends on what caused her to fall. In general businesses are only liable if someone gets hurt because they were negligent. So for example, if there was a defect on the floor or the floor had just been mopped and there was no sign, then potentially, there could be a case. On the other hand, if...Read more »
You need to file a no fault Application with your insurance company right away so they will pay for your medical treatment. You can also sue the taxi driver. His excuses are nonsense because it is his responsibility to drive in a reasonable manner.
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