Without more facts, the only answer is "it depends." If you were on private property with permission and the landowner had not taken care of the land and structures, then potentially you have a claim. If on public property that is maintained by a public entity and they neglected their...Read more »
fault. This prevented me from working and im gonna have to stay with my brother now. I dont have health insurance. the rental was totaled. i dont know how severe it is but i do get headaches and my back/shoulder/neck area is stiff. Because i lost access to the car the i cant work right now and i... Read more »
I agree with Matthew's answer. If it was in Arizona, an experienced Arizona Personal Injury lawyer can help discuss the issues and facts and provide a more informed answer to your questions. I would suggest you call ASAP to discuss your rights and potential claims.
My wife was rear ended by a commercial vehicle in Glendale Arizona the officer told her since there wasn’t $2000 worth of damage she wasn’t gonna write the driver a ticket. There was minimal damage done to my vehicle.But my grandson was in the car we took him to the emergency room he checked... Read more »
My dentist was to extract all my teeth & replace them with 3 bridges and 6 implants on each arch. Surgery & implant placement was in July of ‘21. I was sent home with a denture that didn’t properly fit because they never took since impressions were never taken. After several failed... Read more »
As with everything, it depends. It sounds like you have been through a terrible ordeal. You likely could have a case - these types of cases require preliminary expert reports, so to get to the case, you would need a dental surgery expert to review the records and opine on what went wrong and why....Read more »
While all cases are different, the waiver is a standard procedure in Arizona if the parties are in communication. It provides an additional time period beyond the normal Answer deadline for a party to file an answer.
Waiving service saves costs and gives the person answering 60 to respond...Read more »
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