You can ask for anything that you wish; however, receiving medical treatment in an emergency room does not entitle you to an attorney (as with the situation in which one is charged with a crime and is being held in police custody).
In texas they have no amount or percentage capped they can get more than 33% by using texas law in Iowa we get 33% of settlement. texas also charges for court cost experts who testified traveling cost there own plain flew hear. We won was allowed to be reversed we appealed it was sent back to... Read more »
It is unclear as to what you are asking. You need to schedule an appointment (do not randomly call on the telephone) with your attorney and have him or her fully explain what is happening in your case.
I placed my teenage daughter in an inpatient mental health facility that had strict guidelines regarding who could contact her and how. She was not allowed to have contact with anyone that I, personally did not put on her list, which was password protected by a password I chose. She could not... Read more »
Did you have a written agreement between the health care facility and you? If so, are the conditions / terms which you assert were violated specifically delineated in the agreement? How have you and / or your daughter been damaged by the health care facility’s breach of the agreement?
You should immediately schedule a consultation with the doctor in question to determine specifically as to what he / she did and whether you need any further medical treatment due to the "forceful chop."
The workers' compensation insurance carrier must pay for your husband's reasonable transportation expense of going to and returning from all medical appointments that are authorized by your husband's employer's workers' compensation insurance carrier. If you (or anybody...Read more »
He was charged for running the light. I was in Iowa City for CPL weeks cracked and broken pelvis had 8 1/2 hr surgery in a wheelchair for a year. I'm still unable to work and require additional surgery. Is their anything I can do since neither of us had insurance?
Was the other driver a;so the owner of the vehicle that struck you? Does the other driver own attachable assets? I suggest that you contact an Iowa attorney who handles personal injury claims as soon as possible to discuss your options.
She was having leg problems and shortness of breathe prior to surgery but the her primary doctor never followed up nor was my mother told she had potential blood clots forming can we sue the hospital for wrongful death
I do have a lawyer and it was filed before july 2017 ,and had surgery on both elbow and shoulder ,with a very good chance I won't be able to continue drywalling im worried for me and my daughter ,,about what the chances of me not only losing case ,,but my job as well I'm 43 and... Read more »
Since you already have an attorney, I suggest that you schedule a mutually convenient appointment with him / her (rather than randomly calling on the phone) to fully discuss all of the concerns you have with your claim. This will allow both you and your attorney to be prepared to have a meaningful...Read more »
The third bar my son was not able to even walk and I himself spilling several drinks on himself and the table when leaving the facility my son fell as a result of being rushed to the ER for two skull fractures and multiple brain bleeds he is not a legal age Let alone his intoxication level he... Read more »
Just as you don’t need to hire a contractor to build your house, you don’t need to hire an attorney to file a lawsuit . However, when your house crumbles or your lawsuit gets dismissed due operator errors, you have no one but yourself to blame. You retain professionals for a reason.
This man came to me a year ago wanting dna testing done on my 15 year old son. I was not aware I even had intercoarse with this man until people started telling me they seen a video of me past out. I rented an upstairs room in this man's house, about 17 years ago. I never dated him. I moved... Read more »
You may have the grounds to go forward with a criminal complaint through the local county attorney’s office as well as a civil action against the man in question. I suggest that you immediately contact an attorney in Iowa who handles civil litigation.
If the bank failed to take reasonable precautions to make its premises relatively safe, then you might have a claim worth pursuing. A significant issue is whether the robbery in question was reasonably foreseeable by the bank.
In any legal malpractice case the primary issues are: (1) whether your attorney breached the standard of care or in other words, did something (or failed to do something) that an attorney in a similar situation would have done; and (2) whether your attorney’s error is a proximate cause of your...Read more »
Near Christmas time I enter the hospital with an excruciating migraine, by ambulance. I was misdiagnosed and admitted to the hospital with a small lung infection. The doctor refused to see me, even when I begged the staff to get her bcuz I knew something more severe was going on. She absolutely did... Read more »
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