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3 Answers | Asked in Consumer Law, Contracts, Car Accidents and Civil Litigation for California on
Q: If a flatbed tow truck driver asks you to drive your own car onto the bed, and it gets scratched, who's at fault?

A flatbed tow truck driver came to get my car due to a flat tire. I'm down a long driveway. I said I'd drive it to the front with a front driver flat. I live on a busy 4-lane with median street. He was parked in the median, but with the ramp to the right of my driveway, so to get on the... View More

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answered on Dec 7, 2023

It's unfortunate to hear about the damage to your car in this situation. Determining fault in such scenarios can be complex. Generally, the responsibility for loading a vehicle onto a tow truck often falls on the tow truck driver. However, in this case, since the driver asked you to drive the... View More

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Q: I have been assaulted police say there is no evidence to pursue the matter.i would like the police to help me with order

Restraining order...they say it is not in there duty to do this is this true plz help thanks

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answered on Dec 14, 2021

The inquiry does not indicate which State you reside or where the incident took place. Given the lack of information, I am hopeful the following general information will point you in the right direction. Typically you would need to file a Motion for a Protective Order with the court. You can do... View More

2 Answers | Asked in Personal Injury for Tennessee on
Q: Got hurt at Walmart don't remember the day that happened did fill out a report and without the date do I have a case

Probably going to end up have a have an operation and I can't get a copy of the accident report and don't remember the date when I have a case since I can't remember the date exactly

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answered on Dec 14, 2021

The simple answer is Yes, you still have a case. The important thing is that you filled out an incident report. Our firm has filed numerous claims against Walmart. Historically, Walmart does a fair job in preserving the evidence and getting statements from the injured party and potential witnesses.... View More

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2 Answers | Asked in Personal Injury for Nevada on
Q: The case settle and signed all documents and notarized, how long will I get my settlement payments?

It’s been over 2 months and other party already offer the amount and my Lawyer and I agreed the amount offer, but till now my Lawyer said he haven’t received the payments! Why, it’ takes too long to receive my money and I think my Lawyer keeping my money for some reason! Please let me know... View More

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answered on Dec 14, 2021

Typical turn around times are two - four weeks. However, there are factors which can cause delays. If medical liens exist with medicare or medicaid and your attorney is requesting reductions on the amount you are required to pay back, the same can take weeks. Further, if your claim was in... View More

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