An employee, who is working out of state, for an out of state company, and is also from a different state as well, is on his way to the jobsite he is working at, , after leaving where he is staying for his company, in his personal truck, but labeled with his employers Marks hits a pedestrian in... Read more »
answered on Aug 6, 2019
Unfortunately, you need to provide a lot more facts to determine who would be primarily liable for the collision. If the employee was in the "coming and going" rule, then he/she may be personally liable for the collision. If the employee had already started working that day and was just... Read more »
I’ve been seeing a doctor for at least 12 years due to back, neck, hips, knee pain. I’ve had major back surgery in 2009....rod plus screws. I’ve had my thumb fused. This doctor put me on 3 neurontin a day when I first saw him, and 4 Vicodin’s a day also. Eventually the neurontin went up to... Read more »
answered on Apr 12, 2019
If you have concerns about the sudden changes, try seeing another pain management specialist for a second opinion. However, it certainly is a new trend to decrease the use of pain medications.
and i had won $20,000 but they haven’t followed through with it and won’t answer me about it. can i sue them? i have proof they said that i won. it’s been 4 years
answered on Apr 12, 2019
If it is not on-line now, I would probably move on. Litigating the issue may cost you more than $20,000.00.
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