I'm sorry to hear about this situation. You need to look into other sources of recovery that may be available to you and your family. Additionally, you'll need an attorney to assist you because there might be liability coverage avilable elsewhere.
I was rear ended by an employee of a car dealership who was on the clock at the time. The employee was on a large tablet-like device not paying attention while driving. This employee also was in a customer's car and not a company car. Do I just deal with insurance or do I have the right to go... Read more »
backward causing injury on my left hip and back. Now I have problems with my vision and other problems. Because of problem with the paralegal at the law firm I had, claiming that she had sent me documents that never sent and claiming that she never received from the medical facility any of the... Read more »
If you believe that you can no longer work with the firm that you have now, then you should definitely reach out to a new firm to handle your case. I would first recommend speaking with your current attorney to see if you can resolve the problem. If not, then definitely seek out a lawyer who is...Read more »
I got ran over by a garbage truck and the person drug test came back positive for cocaine the same day and he got fired. Would that fall into intentional tort because he knew what he was doing was wrong and he could injury someone while driving high, especially a commercial vehicle?
I'm sorry to hear about this horrible incident. In your sceneario it is possible that both the driver and the company that he was driving for would be liable for your injuries. In Georgia, a company may be responsible for the torts committed by its employees. Additionally, there may be...Read more »
You would have a claim against the at-fault party assuming they had liability coverage. You need an experience SC car wreck attorney to assist you in dealing with the insurance company. They are not your friend and will work to nickle and dime you so that you don't receive fair compensation.
I was hit by two trucks on my motorcycle waiting at a stoplight in January. I sustained spine injuries and my motorcycle was totaled. I retained an attorney three days after the accident and have yet to have settled the claim. In addition to the lack of sense of urgency my attorney is very... Read more »
This is a very sensitive subject. It is unfortunate that you feel this way, especially concerning such a severe case. It is best for you to speak with another attorney who is licensed to handle similar cases in South Carolina.
I was in an accident on 8/8. The other party's insurance contacted me on 8/20 and told me they would be keeping in touch with me. I've left her voicemails. She hasn't returned my calls. I just continue to get her voicemail which says "Welcome to our voicemail box system. You... Read more »
It depends on if the citation was the result of a car wreck. If another vehicle was involved many times the court will require you to appear in court and address restitution. However, if it is just a citation for improper left turn, then you will be allowed to merely pay the fine in lieu of...Read more »
Yesterday 3 hours before my shift ended I was called into office and was told that due to a b s excuse they like to use I have to be terminated Now I don't know if I can get help with my situation and they are liable. I had been with them full time for over 2 years I have No insurance Please help
Your employer cannot fire you because you were injured while on the job. There may be other facts or witnesses available that can provide more information about the situation. You need to contact an attorney who can guide you on what steps you need to follow to preserve your potential Workers Comp...Read more »
Many times the reporting officer is going off of incomplete information when they write the citation. It is important that you get an attorney to represent you that can conduct their own investigation into the situation.
My grandson and I were stopped and then rear ended hard. Massive damage to my car and believe its totaled. Plus it has left me with suffering and injuries. We went to the hospital..whiplash, neck pain, back sprain, and headaches...The other driver was issued a citation by the police. She provided... Read more »
You will want to consult with a Personal Injury attorney who is familiar with these types of cases. Although the driver is clearly at fault, his insurance company will not want to pay you a fair compensation.
Your fiance will want to contact an attorney who is experienced with traffic law. Not only does she have to worry about the criminal aspect of the citation, but she should be aware of what affect a "guilty" plea will have on her insurance as well.
Hi i did shoplifting in 2015 and the case was closed in 2016 january.I was asked to work some hours as punishment and i paid the fees als.But my question is will it show on my background check bacause i got a job.Please let me know what are the steps for me to remove it to not show up in background... Read more »
What happens to the juvenile if they have no criminal record before the incident regarding the car. They have no history with law enforcement making this their first offense. Also what’s best/worst case for the juvenile when they’re given their consequence by the judge in juvenile court.
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