I am sorry this happened to you and hope you are on the mend. You possibly have a case - whether you do or don't is very fact-specific. It certainly merits investigation. If the apartment complex failed to take steps to prevent crime in an area it knew had a high rate of crime, it could be...View More
The passengers in the other car are suing my son-in-law, daughter, and insurance, along with the driver of the car they were in, for great bodily harm. Daughter's insurance is 10/20/10. I doubt they will settle for the 10. They have no assets, lots of bills, 3 kids. Yes, they have decent jobs,... View More
Your daughter should contact her insurance agent and forward a copy of the lawsuit to her insurance company as soon as possible (and make sure it is received). I am not licensed to practice law in Florida, but I believe an Answer to the lawsuit must be filed within 20 days after service of the...View More
My BIL's aunt passed yesterday at a hospital in GA. She had told the doctor's and nurses there that she had a pacemaker when they wanted her to have an MRI--she told them several times that she did not want an MRI b/c of this, however, they moved forward with the testing and she... View More
Your aunt's husband or, if she wasn't married, surviving children, should contact a medical malpractice attorney in Georgia as soon as possible to investigate this matter. An MRI is usually contraindicated with someone with a pacemaker or other metal objects.
I want to know how I go about filing a lawsuit for malpractice that resulted in my father's death. The night before he passed the paramedics were called to drive him to the hospital, but they refused to take him stating that he was “too heavy to put on the stretcher” regardless of... View More
If your father was not married, then you and any other biological children of your father would be the correct parties to file a medical malpractice wrongful death lawsuit. Such a lawsuit must be filed within 2 years of your father's death (though it is...View More
Hello. On 1-3-2022 I was pull over for non-working brake lights (pre-video evidence,they work) 12 broken ribs and lung collapsed and multiple dog bites as well as getting hit by the officers and they admitted to striking in police report. I need help please.
An attorney probably needs to know more about the facts, before they can agree to represent you. They will want to know if you complied with the police requests or if you were the aggressor. They would likely want to know if you were under the influence of any medications at the time. There are...View More
Not at fault MVA. Not-at-fault driver had all medical expenses paid by their Medicare Part C (medicare advantage) plan. At fault driver's insurance carrier settled claim and paid settlement to not-at-fault driver. Can the Medicare Part C plan subrogate to get medical expenses paid out to... View More
Yes. Medicare Advantage plans stand in the same shoes as Medicare plans and are entitled to be reimbursed out of the proceeds of the settlement. Usually, the plan will reduce the amount claimed by a percentage of the attorney fees and a percentage of the case expenses.
You very well may have a claim for this data breach which could result in compensation to you. A complaint would likely need to be filed against the retailer in order to make sure the flaw in their software is fixed. You should contact a lawyer in Georgia as soon as possible to explore this matter...View More
Once a physician graduates from medical school, he/she can place "MD" after his/her name wherever he/she lives. However, he/she can only practice medicine in the states in which he/she is licensed. To see if a physician is licensed in Georgia, check the Georgia Composite Medical Board:...View More
The claim for wrongful death belongs to your grandson. An adult will need to bring the lawsuit on his behalf. That adult can be the girlfriend or the grandparents. Any money awarded from the lawsuit will be only for his benefit and everything must be approved by...View More
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