Daniel John Christensen's answer I am sorry to hear about your injury. If you suffered an injury in an incident recently, and that injury was really an aggravation of a prior injury, you are still entitled to bring a claim for that aggravation. I would have to know more facts to give you advice specific to your situation. Please call us immediately so we can get you the help you need. 512-888-9999.
Daniel John Christensen's answer I am sorry to hear about what you have gone through. A lot of my advice would depend on whether your employer subscribes to worker's compensation insurance. Please contact our office for a free consultation and we can give you the advice you need. 512-888-9999. We look forward to speaking to you.
Daniel John Christensen's answer I am sorry to hear about your experience. I would suggest you contact a Board-Certified Criminal lawyer as soon as you can. We are Board Certified lawyers, however, we handle personal injury matters. If we can ever help you, please feel free to give us a call. 512-888-9999. Good luck.
Daniel John Christensen's answer Yes, she has a potential claim. Who the claim will be against is difficult to tell from what you have written. The restaurant, the local municipality, a builder or the landlord may be responsible depending on the circumstances. What state this occurred in will also affect the potential value and likelihood of success. Please contact my office as soon as you can and we can give you free advice on the potential claim once we have more details. DC Law – 512-220-1800. We look forward to...
Daniel John Christensen's answer The short answer is, Yes, you can bring a claim. These claims are very difficult to prove, however, so you will need to be sure to have corroborating evidence to support your allegation. Additionally, these claims are very expensive to pursue, so your damages need to warrant a substantial recovery if you are going to find a lawyer willing to take your case. We handle police excessive force cases and am happy to discuss it with you. Please call us at 512-220-1800.
Daniel John Christensen's answer I am very sorry to hear about what happened to you. Assuming this happened in Texas, you would have up to two years from the date of the incident to bring a negligence claim against the hospital or responsible medical care providers. You should know that these cases can be very complicated. Assuming what you experienced was medical malpractice, there are special rules governing that type of claim. I would encourage you to contact a Board-Certified Personal Injury Trial Lawyer like DC Law as...
Daniel John Christensen's answer The situation you describe seems pretty complicated. I would need to know a lot more before I could advise you appropriately on what your best course of action is. But, I can tell you that if you have a legitimate claim to money that is being held in reference to another lawsuit, you can typically intervene into that lawsuit to make your claim. My advice would be for you to contact a board-certified consumer lawyer at your earliest convenience. I am a board-certified lawyer, but in injury...
Daniel John Christensen's answer I am so sorry to hear about this happening to you. While this is not the type of law we practice, I would encourage you to contact the State Bar Lawyer Referral Service and ask for a business litigation attorney. Good luck.
Daniel John Christensen's answer There is nothing legally keeping you from working your second job that can be done with restricted or limited duty. But, you should be extremely careful so that you do not aggravate your injury, which the defense will use to argue they should not have to be responsible for treatment after that point. I can't speak to your case specifically without knowing more. I would recommend you hire a Board Certified Personal Injury Trial Lawyer like DC Law to get advice on your case. 512.888.9999.
Daniel John Christensen's answer You have a potential claim for your injuries. It will be important to not lose possession or access to the vehicle. If you would like our help, please call our office at 512-888-9999 for guidance.
Daniel John Christensen's answer Harris County has a searchable electronic docket, however, there are only certain ways to search. Go to the court’s website and/or call the clerk and they may be able to help. Good luck.
Daniel John Christensen's answer If your insurance carrier was presented a "Stowers" demand for an amount within your policy limits and they failed to respond before the deadline, then the claimant can still proceed forward to try to get a verdict in excess of the policy limits. That would be one reason they set a trail date in spite of the carrier now offering policy limits.
Daniel John Christensen's answer It would depend on what information is available? Do you have a license plate? A description of the car and driver? Identifying the driver who ran into you would provide you a potential remedy other than your own UM/UIM coverage. If you are significantly injured, you might be able to also pursue the manufacturer of your vehicle if it failed to perform in the collision and such failure resulted in you suffering more severe injuries. If you would like to discuss, you are always welcome to...
Daniel John Christensen's answer I’m so sorry you were injured as a result of someone else’s fault. Premises liability cases (also known as “slip and fall” or “trip and fall” cases) occur too often in Texas grocery stores. The grocery stores and their attorneys may try to allege that you share some fault in the incident (also known as contributory negligence). However, keep in mind that the grocery store and their attorneys will never look out for your best interest.
Daniel John Christensen's answer Yes, you can sue all three. Often times, when an 18-wheeler is involved, there are different people and/or entities that own the rig, own the trailer, operate the rig, and drive the rig. All of these people/entities are potential defendants depending on the facts. Additionally, depending on the facts of your case, there may be a potential product liability case against the manufacturer of the vehicle your son was in. All of these cases are extremely complex and expensive to prosecute, so it...
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