Potentially, but more information is needed. You need to immediately consult with an experienced injury attorney. I have handled numerous golf cart injuries, and the theories of liability range, such as: malfunctioning golf cart, course design issues, etc. Please consult with an experienced...Read more »
Nearly died choking on plastic from frappe that I bought from McDonald’s . Immediately went to the nearest gas station and poured my frappe in the sink so that I could see how much plastic was actually in there or if it was just one piece. I found several pieces of very sharp plastic in the... Read more »
A claim could be made against McDonalds. You should retain an experienced injury attorney as soon as possible to evaluate your claim. Most experienced injury attorneys will offer free case evaluations.
Working delivering packages for fedex ground and a car ran their stop sign failing to yield right away. During impact it threw me all over vehicle causing me to hit my knee on center console which broke off and after impact the company truck I was driving went into the other 2 lane highway . Horn... Read more »
You can often treat with providers on "letters of protection" and not pay up front, but out of the proceeds of a case. Generally, medical providers offer this if you have an attorney pursuing an injury case. You should consult with an experienced injury attorney as soon as possible.
Whether your car was legally towed is a fact intensive question and would require a site inspection where you were parked. Regardless of whether you were legally towed, if you were injured as a result of the vehicle being towed while you were in it, you should immediately contact an experienced...Read more »
You should contact an experienced personal injury attorney as soon as possible. It depends on if this injury will be approached from a workers' compensation case v. personal injury case v. both. In short, you need to provide more information to an experienced attorney for complete analysis.
I am not sure what skittle situation you're talking about. I know recently a California man sued skittles over the ingredients included in the product. If you're concerned about the ingredients in the product, I'd stop consuming it. Also, an important part of any case is damages, so...Read more »
My attorney suggested that I get financial funding to pay for my shoulder surgery they suggested the company I should use for the funding. The interest rate is really high. My surgery was October 2021 and the debt has went from $7000 to $12000. I have been off of work for 10 months my funds are... Read more »
I would strongly recommend against taking out a loan for an injury related in an injury case. The interest from these loans are astronomical, and sometimes the loans are unnecessary if there are other avenues of recovery. If this case arose out of an automobile crash, you may have personal injury...Read more »
We decided we’d each take care of our damages! His was a leased truck through Ford Mo Comp and his fathers construction company! 30 months ((Feb 2020) later his Ins Co now wants me to pay $1100!! I had $800 damage that I took care of! They determined I was at fault though no one ever called me to... Read more »
Yes. Generally, the statute of limitations against the person who caused the crash is four years. If you go against your own insurance's uninsured/underinsured policy, that claim is generally 5 years; however, it is important that you reach out to an experienced car crash lawyer immediately to...Read more »
If you're no longer driving that car, then no - you do not need to insure it going forward. I would make sure you have auto insurance if you have any other vehicles or if you'll be driving at any time.
If you want to pursue a claim, you should immediately contact an experienced negligent security attorney. The statute of limitations ("SOL") for what you're describing is generally 4 years; however, more information is necessary to see if the SOL has past. In short, I'd reach...Read more »
It sounds like you need to sit down with the attorney you hired and have a conversation on the issue. There are a myriad of strategies that attorneys use when going against insurance companies, but you will never know your attorney's reasoning if you do not ask. Give your attorney a call and...Read more »
It sounds like you need to have a meaningful conversation with the attorney you hired. Insurance policies have monetary limits. The limits are usually lower for animal-related liability claims. Your medical bills, attorneys fees, and costs likely are coming out of the $50k limits that the insurance...Read more »
I am sorry you had that experienced. It would not be much of a case since it does not appear that you were injured or have any meaningful damages. Report the event to the land-owner, if they are not already aware, so they can make necessary repairs. Otherwise, I'd move on from the incident.
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