Yes, there are companies, who will provide no recourse advances against your recovery (settlement or judgment). Advances are monies paid to a claimant or plaintiff with a promise to repay with interest. No recourse means if you don’t recover money, then you would owe nothing (this means no...View More
What is the proper written method to request or demand extension of time to produce documents not easily available for response to interrogatories and or production of documents? LA County. Med records are in other country and need to be translated, how to proceed extension of time request with... View More
Requesting an extension to respond to a request for production of documents or interrogatories is an informal matter. As a good practice, you should seek the extension in a writing via email or fax. An example would be, as follows:
Yes, you can sue, and you should contact an experienced attorney as soon as possible. Trip and fall cases are some of the most difficult cases to successfully prosecute, which means you need the right lawyer to represent you.
Some of the key factors are (1) how much is the sidewalk lifted...View More
Yes, and you should contact an experienced attorney for a free consultation. I have had clients, who didn't obtain medical treatment for weeks or even months due to various reasons, including lack of resources or medical insurance, and we were able to guide them to obtain proper medical...View More
the insurance adjuster offered me $700 and a $1000 For future medical cost and I told him I was in pain due the the accident and I am in recovery from surgery before the accident and he said I call you next month when you feel better. Is that correct? I didn’t accept the offer.
I had an attorney that quit at the last min. So o am trying to handle this the best I can. I just do not know if o have to serve her. One lady told me no it has all been done another said mo it hadn’t. The court is really confusing me and I can’t get into see the law help center. Not that they... View More
I am truly sorry your former attorney quit at the last minute. If you are going to represent yourself, you have a complicated undertaking ahead of you, and I strongly recommend you find another attorney to represent you if you can.
If you can't find another attorney, then you can...View More
I was in a accident, the other driver was found 100% at fault. My hospital bill was $52,000. I was able to negotiate with the hospital to take off $14,000 leaving me with $37,000. The person Who hit me only had a bodily injury of $15,000. I have under insured bodily injury of $25,000 with AAA. My... View More
Generally, when you have UIM (under insurance coverage) for your policy, it will cover losses up to the total amount of your policy limits, which you were unable to recover from the under insured defendant. In other words, for example, if you have $25,000 UIM coverage and you recovered $15,000...View More
There was a multiple vehicle rear end accident in a lane next to me. A vehicle trying to avoid it turned into my lane and hit me. Now the other drivers who didnt hit me or vice versa are reaching out to my insurance for coverage information. I dont see why I should let my insurance give them my... View More
I have represented both injured parties and defendants over 24 years, which I have seen insureds refuse to disclose insurance limits in pre-litigation, and nevertheless get sued and those, who disclosed their insurance limits in pre-litigation and don't get sued.
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