yes. if it is for a wrongful death case that happened in alabama you need to conatact an alabama lawyer. i have worked on cases with charlie crowder and lea watson and they are two of the finest lawyers i have had the priviledge of knowing. good luck and roll tide!
i understand your question to be that you paid a lawyer to do something and the lawyer did not do it. lawyers have many varied ethical duties. these duties vary from state to state but basically involve honesty. each state has a disciplinary commission or board that governs the conduct of lawyers....Read more »
My husband was the plant manager with a company in Alabama. A security guard (not an employee of the same company) walked in front of a moving vehicle and was severely injured and died on route to the hospital. The deceased's daughter has filed suit. I was told that in Alabama, someone has... Read more »
stop fretting! it sounds like the company and your husband, as its employee/agent, are being sued in civil court for money damages. the company and or its insurance compnay will be responsible for any monetary damages. it doesn't even remotely sound like a crimianl case which is a different...Read more »
not necessarily. first what you need to do is stop gambling - you won't get even but will get even worse. second, go to work, make money and prioritize what debts and expenses you pay with a view towards paying everyone in full. try to make arangements with your creditors. third, if your...Read more »
the short answer is yes. against your employer you will probably be limited to workers comp.. idk florida or tn law but the states are pretty uniform in that regard as well as being able to sue a "third-party" who caused the injury - the outside contactor. you need to get a lawyer from...Read more »
each state and every case is different. i only know indiana and illinois and those two states are different re medical bills. typically, if you are injured due to the fault of another, that person's insurance company may want to settle the claim. insurance companies do not give money away and...Read more »
this doesn't sound right. if you have been served with a summons or received one in the mail then you have to get a lawyer. however if you haven't i personally wouldn't worry about it. you can call the district court clerk in indianapolis and ask. if there is a case naming you they...Read more »
My husband was recently accused of racial discrimination at work. After an investigation, he was cleared of all wrong doing. Now, the guy who made the claim is trying to sue us through civil court. Do we have a case for slander or defamation? We do have documentation that he is making untrue... Read more »
most importantly, you need to defend the civil case. in that case your lawyer may chose to assert a counterclaim on your husband's behalf against the accuser. there is strategy involved in doing so or not and your lawyer may think it better not to. he/she is in the best position to guide you...Read more »
medicare definitely does have a lien on the settlement. it will negotiate its lien and usually reduce it by at least 1/3. the biggest problem we face with medicare on indiana and illinois cases is that it is inefficient and very slow. good luck.
maybe. you need to call a virginia lawyer who does injury cases. in indiana the answer is a definite yes and we have been involved on both ends, suing and defending. against governmental agencies there are usually short time limitations so don't delay. good luck.
in order for a judgment to be valid there would have to be proper service of process (summons). this varies on the type of case and the circumstances. sometimes it can be by leaving the summons at the residence with someone 13 or over, certified mail and sometimes even publication. you should...Read more »
it depends on the terms of the guardianship but either way the person should have to account for it. you are welcome to call our ken wilk and over the phone he should be able to answer any specific question. there is no charge for just calling.
My sister in law was in an accident driving my vehicle. The owner is now suing us for over $25,000 3 years later. Will we be tried together or separately for this? No one was given a ticket because the Police Officer could not determine who was at fault. Our insurance company already paid the... Read more »
you need to turn the suit papers over to the auto insurance carrier that you had at the time of the accident. they should hire a lawyer for you. typically an owner is only liable if he/she negligently entrusted a driver with the car or the driver was on an errand for the owner. both will be tried...Read more »
maybe. it just depends on the facts. waivers are narrowly construed and not always valid. you are welcome to contact our jon remijas at 312 526 5250 for a free tx consult.you can tell him i told you to call.
A city employee totaled my car, and my daughter, who was driving, was injured and is receiving medical care. I was told that I have 90 days in which to file a notice of claim under NM statute 41-4-16 if I believe that the medical expenses will exceed the allowed coverage under my auto insurance... Read more »
you should obtain a lawyer in NM to do the case. idk NM law but can assure you that indiana has a similar statute and it is filled with problems for the unwary. if the notice doesn't comply with your statute it may be invalid and then your case will be barred. lawyers typically give free...Read more »
it sounds as though a steel erector didn't pay the benefits due to the union. (you are probably a member of local 1) usually it is a suit for money damages. forclosure means that the union must have secured the indebtness of the erector by a note and lien on some real estate the erector owned....Read more »
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