I hope your daughter is doing OK. As long as it was determined that the other driver was liable for the accident, it should cover the vehicle. The insurance may try to fight you on this due to her being an unlicensed driver, but as long as that did not cause the collision, it should be...Read more »
The statute of limitations for Ohio Workers' compensation claims depends somewhat on when the last activity was on the claim. You should contact a licensed attorney to discuss some specifics and they can give you a better idea of whether the claim is still active or barred due to inactivity.
Depending on the time frame of the denial, you may be able to appeal the denial to the industrial commission. I would speak quickly with a Workers' Compensation attorney (there are many), to discuss your options. You could use personal insurance, however it can muddy the waters quite a bit for...Read more »
Got pulled over for exhaust in my fathers car i was driving had my 5 yr old daughter with me i was picking my kids up from school left my ID i was then asked to get out of the car and brought back to the cruiser and was about to get searched till i explained to them why am i removed from my running... Read more »
Luckily, your daughter did not put the car in drive, and from your post there does not seem to be anything further that happened after you got out of your vehicle and put in the cruiser. There is no claim here.
My hunting dog went onto another property and the owner shot and killed him and is saying he was attacking their cat, but can't/ won't prove that he was. Filed a report and the cops told me there's nothing i can do.
I'm sorry to hear about your hunting dog. However, in this instance, if your animal went on to another's property, it is considered a trespass. Furthermore, under Ohio law, owners of dogs are strictly liable for any actions of their animal that leads to the injury of another. If that animal was...Read more »
Usually, no. Typically a lawsuit only comes if you cannot resolve it with the insurance company. Filing a lawsuit costs money and if you can resolve it without incurring those costs you are in a better position.
But, your circumstances may be different based on your timing. Contact a...Read more »
Your options depend on what happened to you. If you have injuries that required medical treatment, you may be able to compensation against the driver that rear-ended you, and also through the Ohio Workers' Compensation system. If only the car was damaged and you did not suffer any personal...Read more »
Was injured after falling from truck. Some of my additional allowances were denied by ic. Going to common pleas Court. My doctor has set surgery date for lumbar fusion. I am using my own insurance for this. He says I will also need surgery for neck. I have pre-trial set for November. Then jury... Read more »
If you do not have an attorney, I strongly recommend consulting with one prior to to trial. If there is not a doctor's deposition that testifies about the fall and the injuries it caused, there may be an issue showing what you need to in order to have your claim and the conditions you are seeking...Read more »
I got hit by a forklift in my back, filled out paperwork, went to the hospital, and am getting bills in the mail from the hospital since I quit. While I was working there I got head butted in my nose by my line lead and was witnessed by a supervisor. I had to fill out paperwork. I was the told if I... Read more »
For what it's worth, depending on what happened, you may be entitled to a Workers' Compensation claim for some of your injuries. I would contact a Workers' Compensation attorney for the circumstances regarding the forklift incident and headbutting incident.
Himself like he would be on it. 10 months has passed I've never met him. I have no idea what's going on with the case. When I call a paralegal answers. I feel something isn't right. I've waited 15 days for a return call just to be the paralegal again.
Yes. But, talk to your lawyer. See what’s happening on his end. Your attorney had most likely been dealing with insurance companies, doctors, etc. express your concerns. Ask him to explain what’s going on, you may be happy with the answer. You may not.
I'm sorry to hear about your accident. I would consult with an attorney in your area. A forum like this would not be a good place to discuss intricate issues of liability that may become public by nature of the website where you are asking the question.
My boyfriend was passenger in a car accident while being a minor. Lots of medical bills and injuries. His father settled a claim for a few grand that went to my boyfriend, and towards some of the bills. Suddenly thousands of other dollars in bills are coming in, and his father is trying to tell him... Read more »
Your boyfriend may be able to still make his own claim against the driver that caused the collision, but, that means the insurance company would then sue his father to recoup the settlement that he entered into on your boyfriend’s behalf. It’s not guaranteed that he may have this option...Read more »
They may, depending on the evidence that you present to them. An insurance company will look for any reason to devalue your claim, so it is worthwhile to at least consult with an attorney who practices personal injury to go over the value of your claim, because you may leave a lot of money on the...Read more »
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