Burton A. Padove's answer Generally speaking, you are talking years. Indiana has a two part system. The first requires that a case be presented to a Medical Review Panel. That process can take over a year. after that process is completed, then you can file a suit in court. Generally, that can take two years or longer.
Burton A. Padove's answer You did not post a question. However, I will try to help. You may want to complain to the Department of Insurance. I am somewhat concerne that they made parial payments for two years and you did not complaint earlier. An argument can be made by them that if the agreement was to pay off the entire debt, that you would have contacted them right away when they were only making partial payments.
Burton A. Padove's answer I am sorry to hear about your experience and hope that you are making a fast recovery. There is no law that requires them to keep the recording. I have handled cases against the Majestic Star Casino and I know that it is imperative that you hire counsel right away to make sure that the recording of what happened is preserved. there is case law concerning protecting victims such as yourself against criminal attacks and it is cerainly possible that you will be entitled to compensation for your...
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