answered on May 13, 2021
Sorry to hear this happened. - As for your son case it would be a criminal case, feel free to contact us or another Attorney on Justia for Criminal Defense for your son.
As for your daughter that case would be a personal injury case DUI car accident and we would be able to help her as well... Read more »
into it. The building manager was vey nice , I was knocked unconscious and sent to the hospital. The 3rd party that handles the building insurance claims was not very nice to me although they did reimbursed my health insurance company's payments. The two year anniversary is on 4/1.... Read more »
answered on Mar 12, 2021
It would depend on what you goals are in the case, to get a monetary settlement it would depend on what your injuries are still and what they were for the past 2 years.
Very short notice to file case if not filed immediately for the 2 years of your accident otherwise SOL will bar you from... Read more »
I have a public defender . She calls me the day of my court date and tells me that the court is closed due to covid so no one is allowed in the court house . She left me a voice mail stating this loud and clear and repeated her self twice . she would notify me when the court re opened ,in the mean... Read more »
answered on Feb 24, 2021
Did you want us to file a mal practice case for her error and bad criminal advice. There is a filing fee for this since it is civil matter, Feel free to contact any attorney for a free phone consult to go over the info
We would be happy to answer your questions.
I don't think... Read more »
Attorney was sent all the bills to handle and include as part of settlement package. They had all the info on medical bills so that I would not have to worry about coordination. Once we settled, I thought everything had been completed and paid. 3 yrs later, I got a medical bill saying after... Read more »
answered on Dec 4, 2020
I would start with contacting the attorney and then reviewing the breakdown of the bill if it was listed.
This is an important to review the settlement amount with the bills being paid, to the list of doctors or placed you had treatment from to review. Best to call your old attorney and... Read more »
answered on Sep 4, 2020
If you need to fill out an SR-1 form I would agree that the DMV might take action if you did not receive a ticket from the police.
If you are hurt you may contact an attorney to help you with a personal injury claim since you were not at fault.
Then consult with an attorney to... Read more »
When the police went to go look for me I automatically went to the police station and gave them my full coverage insurance proof and driver’s license and told them I had no reason to hit and run and there was no damage on both cars. My current job offer did a background check and now it turns out... Read more »
answered on Apr 28, 2020
Sorry this happened to you, yes an attorney can help you resolve this. You may want to contact a more local attorney if it is up north, we are located in southern ca and would cover the LA County & Orange County.
The call and consult is usually free with most attorneys but you would... Read more »
Trying to avoid social interaction, this is a serious issue in the US.
answered on Mar 18, 2020
Contact a local attorney the attorney may be able to appear for you depending on which courthouse.
answered on Mar 5, 2020
agreed depends on age of your son. contact an attorney, $500 seems low but depends on what the total medical bills are? talk to an attorney about these facts.
I was hit by a car back in April. I got an attorney right away and began treatment for my injuries. The attorney kept saying my case was very valuable and said I should receive considerable compensation. However it's now been over eight months and I've finished treatment, but now my... Read more »
answered on Dec 18, 2019
If you feel the attorney is not right for you, just change attorneys, it does not harm your case, or make an apt and speak directly with your attorney to explain the issues you have. Please raise these questions and concerns directly with your attorney.
Facts you would need to know:... Read more »
Back in April I was hit by a car while crossing the street. I was injured and not sure what to do, so I got an attorney. It's now been over eight months and I'm still unable to work. I have no interest in getting any invasive surgeries done, however just recently my attorney has emailed... Read more »
answered on Dec 15, 2019
You are free to contact another attorney for a consult to change attorneys. No attorney can give you a consult over JUSTIA you need to contact one from the list or anyone else.
So many factors to consider but POLICY LIMITS may be an issue, also would need to discuss treatment options with... Read more »
I was rear-ended in a car accident where my car suffered minimal damage (rear bumper had to get replaced) but my injuries were still significant (severe whiplash). Ultimately I was treated 23 times (19 PT sessions and 4 dr visits/urgent care). The claims adjuster does not believe my 19 PT sessions... Read more »
answered on Nov 30, 2019
Is it even worth it is the question, the costs are going to be more than the case is worth at this time.
Do the small claims case on your own if you wish or just settle and offer the doctor half his bill and show him what is the offer.
Delay in treatment and not going the urgent... Read more »
i got the warrant for missing court and i missed court due to my medical problems and i have been undergoing treatment for the past year. I am now at the end of treatment for now and i will continue treatment in 5 weeks but for the mean time i want to clear up my warrant is there anything i can do... Read more »
answered on Nov 30, 2019
So sorry to hear that, any attorney will be able to help you - you just need to get them the proof to show the court. I hope you treatments help with your medical issues, focus on that and just let the attorney handle the case for you.
Hi if anyone can help me out my in law was charged with this, is he looking at time. He was just changed with number 1 when he was arrested number 2-4 is older but he never took care of them thanks for any help 1) PC29800(A)(1) FELON/ETC POSS/ETC F/AR 2) HS11377(A) POSSESS CNTL SUB 3) VC14601.2(A)... Read more »
answered on Nov 30, 2019
Sure you should use this list of attorneys and those that responded to you to call them to discuss the case and charges any of us will talk with you and then you can compare and ask questions about fees and costs.
I was walking in a casinos parking lot down to the store. There is no side walk so when I stepped on the we'll mud and grass I slipped and completely tore my right calf muscle and had to be driven to the hospital by ambulance.
answered on Oct 30, 2019
I have done two cases but each casino is different, first start with contacting the casino and reporting the incident, if you still need an attorney then you will need to call and see if the attorney will take you case after you describe what exactly caused you to fall, why the casino is at fault... Read more »
The at-fault driver only had $15K coverage and is broke. How do I recover court filing fees to cancel the case & negotiate with Medi-Cal to recoup some of it for treatments they don’t cover, since I did all the legal work myself to file lawsuit and recoup full amount on their behalf?
answered on Oct 30, 2019
So the best thing is to hire an attorney to help you with this case, sounds like the medical exceeds the policy limits.
difficult to answer - costs are waived by the court unless you collect - so the court will get fees paid, you can not charge attorney fees without an attorney license to... Read more »
I call the insurance company and they said there’s nothing they can do because the driver at the moment it’s not in the policy . In need help my car is bad damage. And I don’t know what to do ?
answered on Oct 18, 2019
yes you should still make a claim and see if they accept the honor the coverage as a permissible driver or you can have his own insurance with another car if he was borrowing this car.
you need to make a claim.
Case was settled , per our agreement lawyer took 40% however prior to having the accident , i had a supplemental insurance that i paid into for years in case bills werent covered due to an accident. Lawyer is now demanding 40% from my supplemental and 40% from the settlement. The check was put in... Read more »
answered on Oct 12, 2019
Doesn't sound fair, but it is legal - yes - it is not double dipping.
fees should be negotiated and they should be fair to all. asking the attorney for a reduction is not wrong.
especially if he gets more then you do. Plus 40% is rather high. Normally the fee range is 33% and... Read more »
answered on Sep 20, 2019
No she has a great case please feel free to contact an attorney. We have experience in this exact type of case.
Prop 213 does not apply to DUI cases. I am assuming she is not excluded from driving and the DUI driver has insurance, if not we can still help.
but she should be added... Read more »
at 7:24pm my daughter was on her way home from two doors down and a car came from behind her and hit her till she fell on the floor and then ran her leg over and did not stop . The manger is not helpful and makes us sign a paper saying no one is allowed to have vistors unless the fill out a... Read more »
answered on Sep 13, 2019
1. Claim against driver of the car
2. UM Claim or homeowner insurance
without more facts unsure if property manager can be sued, would need to learn of more details.
In addition chp faild to analyze the cause of the accident. The report clearly proves that party 1 is at fault. Mind you she also lied about how the accident occurred. There were witnesses there trying to give there statements and not one was on the report. At the end the chp found me at fault of... Read more »
answered on Aug 6, 2019
go through your insurance if that is an option, then subrogration.
if not then consult with an attorney with a free phone consult if they would take your case and the terms.
or small claim court if the amount is less than $10K and represent your self.
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