The representing lawyer kept money from settlement and should have issued the payment to medical place. We are reviving a bill now. They're claiming no payment was made. Lawyer is deceased and we can't locate his files to find proof. His practice is closed. Are we reliable to pay since we didn't... Read more »
Even if the driver is uninsured he still is responsible for your damage. You can sue him in small claims court, most likely. If you have the right insurance on your car, you will be able to make a claim with your insurance company. You should contact them.
My son is 4 weeks old. I just found out that the pharmacy filled his prescription wrong and I have been giving him the wrong medicine for 2 weeks. He was supposed to.have medicine for low blood sugar the medicine he has been taking is for high blood pressure or heart failure. The only reason it... Read more »
Unless your son suffered serious, permanent damage from taking the wrong medication, there would not be a claim worth pursuing. You can certainly make a complaint with the pharmacy. They may offer you some type of compensation.
A truck driver hit me while I was parked and then left after exchanging information. The cops only heard my side of the story but now his insurance company is saying the driver has another story and is sending an inspector to verify the damages.
There would only be a case if it could be shown that Sleepys was negligent in any way. More information would be needed for this claim to be properly evaluated. Personal injury lawyers provide free consultations.
I am a 39 year old female who has found out that I have scolosis and lordsis within the last few years. I have been going to the same hospital since I was born. I have taken several physicals for jobs that required lifting. I was told that I had to have developed this when I was about 13 or 14... Read more »
while incarserated the handicap chair broke on me while showering i had talked to a attorney and he said he would take the case i ha paid him 650.00 i tried to call him while i was in but to no advail i am home now buy he wont return my calls i dont think he filed anything for me can i go after him... Read more »
Did you sign a retainer with the lawyer? It is hard to answer whether or not you have a good legal malpractice case from the information you've posted. You should contact another personal injury lawyer in your area who can go into this in greater detail.
A truck hit my parked car and I have a video of the driver leaving the scene before the police arrive but after we exchanged information. The truck driver's insurance company is now asking for the video. Should I give it to them? Will it be used against me in any way?
The second day they were there the adult chaperone left the room to attent an adult social time away from the kids. The adult was gone aprox. 30 mins to 45 mins. In the time he was gone my son was assulted in a sexual manner.1 boy held him down climbed on top of him and simulated a sexual act... Read more »
Your son spent one year in therapy? When did this happen? Generally, the time period within which to bring a lawsuit against a school (I'm assuming this was public) is very short. In any event, you should get a free consultation from a personal injury lawyer in your area.
An automatic-opening handicap door opened with force and velocity, when I pushed the button for it to open. As a result, I ended up falling backwards onto the cement sidewalk, where my head hit the sidewalk, resulting in a large, painful bump to my head. Police were called and wrote a report,... Read more »
You should make a claim against the other driver's insurance company. Some states bar an uninsured driver from making a claim against the other driver even if the other driver is at fault. I do not know if Illinois is one of those states. You'll find out once you make the claim.
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