Peter Munsing's answer Generally you would be well advised to get insurance that protects you. I think you need professional negligence consultation given the high cost of insurance & the high cost of exposure or potential exposure.
Peter Munsing's answer Contact a member of the Ga. Trial Lawyers Assn --they give free consults. Don't mention to her ENT that you are doing this--it'll make people worried that they will be involved. She needs to follow up with her ENT ASAP
Peter Munsing's answer Assuming someone ran into you and not the other way around you have a claim. Contact a member of the Ga Trial Lawyers Assn for the county where it happened. They give free consults.
Peter Munsing's answer Yes--that's an unantiicpated danger he should have warned of separately. Contact a member of the Nv. Trial Lawyers Assn for the county where it happened--they give free consults.
Peter Munsing's answer Yes. Let your insurance handle it. If you get calls on it do not comment, pass it on to your insurance. If you are served with papers, make a copy, then call, fax a copy, send a copy certified return receipt to the address for the adjuster on your case. Put the claim number at the top of each page--your company's claim number, not hers.
Peter Munsing's answer Yes. But if it's that severe you should have a lawyer. Contact a member of the State of Washington Trial Lawyers Assn for the county where it happened. They give free consults. If you have wage loss protection that may cover some of this.
Peter Munsing's answer If its a company you work for it will be different than if it's from a product is diiferent from other cases. Contact a member of the Utah Trial Lawyers Assn in your county. They give free consults.
Peter Munsing's answer 90 days from then. There may be exceptions--if you are over the time limit but they were aware of it you may have an out. Contact a member of the NYState Trial Lawyers Assn in your county immediately--as in today! They give free consults.
Peter Munsing's answer If you got them usually workers comp is the only remedy unless you needed extermination work at your home. Contact a member of the NJ Assn for Justice who handles comp cases---they give free consults.
Peter Munsing's answer Research the lawsuit and contact the attorneys involved; talk to a cpa about how you can check your returns and if you dispute the records the IRS has then ask the IRS how you have them corrected.
Peter Munsing's answer Someone can be at fault even if no one charged. She has a duty to inch out if her view is obstructed and to take an alternate route. If she has no insurance bigger problem is that her license could be suspended.
Unless there's some reason to believe the other person is at fault, the only other option is a possible claim against the owner of the obstruction, but if the obstruction is permissable under the town and state codes that's another question.
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