Def. In civil unlimited failed to respond to S&C after sheriff served. Def. Was insured by Kemper at time of PI auto collision. Def was cited for speeding in rearend accident. Kemper has stoned wall since onset of claim 2 years ago. Property damage and now PI . Filed suit prior to statute limit... Read more »
Your prior question indicated that suit was against Kemper. If you brought suit against Kemper's insured, and gave notice to Kemper, that is another question. Kemper may have a defense to any indemnity obligation based upon coverage issues (failure to pay premiums, misrepresentations at the...Read more »
Filed Civ Unlimited in Pro Per against Kemper Insured Def. Adjustors stone wall forcing me to file, filed to preserve statutes of limitations. Kemper most likely dropped insured from renewing coverage since accident. Insured cited for speeding causing rear collision. Def. served by Sheriff, has... Read more »
If Kemper is the insurer for the other driver, you have no right to sue them and you won't be able to get a Default Judgment. Even if Kemper was an appropriate defendant, you have to wait 30 days to file a Request for Entry of Default. Your lawsuit, if any, is against the driver of the other...Read more »
I suffered a severe reaction, from coughing & choking to blackouts & memory loss. We learned of the toxic chemical after the workers’ comp doctor ordered the employer to have an air sampling test completed. In the weeks leading up to the severe reaction, I was feeling awful; fatigued,... Read more »
It depends on the source of the formaldehyde. If the source was your employer, then your recovery is limited to workers compensation. If the source of the formaldehyde was another company or person, you may have a personal injury claim to pursue against them. Consult with a personal injury...Read more »
Could be both. The person who caused the auto collision is responsible for any negligent medical care that follows. If that person's auto insurance is insufficient to satisfy all of the damages, a dental malpractice case might be pursued. However, dental malpractice cases are difficult and...Read more »
If you have homeowners insurance, notify it of the claim. If you do not carry insurance, you will have to pay for an attorney out of pocket. An attorney who specializes in civil defense can handle your case. You might also consider bankruptcy if you don't have insurance.
The presence of the sign doesn't prove or disprove negligence, which is the failure to use ordinary care to prevent injury to foreseeable victims. The sign would only affect whether the owner is relieved of liability by some theory of contract or waiver. I am unaware of any case law on this...Read more »
No. ". . .furnishing of alcoholic beverages is not the proximate cause of injuries resulting from intoxication, but rather the consumption of alcoholic beverages is the proximate cause of injuries inflicted upon another by an intoxicated person."
was there with my dog. They boxed me in and last night animal control reached out to me because apparently they are claiming my dog bit them even though apparently there is only a minor injury and no penetration of skin. They told me she will probably be quarantined and I want to know what I can do... Read more »
You and your dog are not victims. You are 100% responsible for your dog's behavior, whether it bit someone, or clawed someone, and regardless of whether the boys walked or SPRINTED past you. Boys walk, run, sprint and are boisterous in public and are entitled to act like teenagers without...Read more »
Non-parties don't have to answer interrogatories. The witness can sign a statement under penalty of perjury, if willing, or you can serve a deposition subpoena, hire a court reporter, give notice to the opposing party, and take the deposition of the witness. I would not recommend that you do...Read more »
The road was clear to go across to the 3rd lane. We have at least 3 witnesses that all said the car that hit us was racing another car and hit us going at least 90mph. Is there any way we could be considered at fault?
Yes, he could be at fault. That would not necessarily make you without fault. Fault is apportioned by the jury from 0-100% for everyone involved in the collision. Facts matter, and you haven't provided enough. Get a copy of the police report and have an attorney review it and discuss the...Read more »
I had to have 2 surgeries and spent nearly 8 weeks in the hospital. I consulted many attorneys they all told me they wouldn't take the case because the the fact their was no safe stair or walk ways down into the wash area that meant I didn't injure myself at their negligence because it... Read more »
Under Government Code section 831.4, better known as “trail immunity,” public entities are generally immune from liability for injuries caused by a condition of a trail used for recreational purposes. The purpose of trail immunity is to encourage public entities to allow their property to be...Read more »
This can be a good case. It depends on the sidewalk. Sometimes, they are lifted only a little bit, and the property owner isn't liable. Sometimes, the defect is "open and obvious". Sometimes, the victim is very familiar with the sidewalk and the defect before the injury....Read more »
What air filters? The restroom does not come with special poo filtering equipment. There are heating/ac and return ducts, all interconnected with other ducts that supply other rooms throughout the building. Heating/ac ducts are not known, to my knowledge, to be a vector of poo related illness....Read more »
Who do I contact about being sexually assaulted and and Vista del Marand Ventura counties psychiatric hospital I was there for suicidal thoughts and I was sexually assaulted and left untreated even worse
No one knows the allegations of every lawsuit filed, but the answer to your question is "no." Lawsuits do not allege murder or attempted murder. The closest you would get to that would be a count for wrongful death. Whether there is a lawsuit for wrongful death against an insurer that...Read more »
Somebody (obviously won't name) was in the hospital who was on a few different medications and out of it for awhile, woke up to a male nurse sexually assaulting her. The victim told a different nurse and the director came and took a statement from her. And that was it. The victim then wanted... Read more »
On may of 2019, i was struck by a dodge challenger who failed to stop at a stop sign in a 2way intersection. Driver fled on foot and my insurance had to foot the bill for my vehicle. I was traveling northbound in my infiniti when i was hit on my front right passenger door which made my vehicle... Read more »
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