Q: I am sued for personal injury, property Damage, wrongful death, but no one died. What can I do if I was at no fault?
House was being auctioned for tax Lien , branch broke by an act of god which hit power line and pulled metal pole down. The pole landed on a vehicle in which supposedly someone was struck (this did not happen on my property). The wound (which was 1cm in length) was adressed with dermabond then given Tylenol and sent home. Medical records stated patient felt better, showing normal activity while supervised in emergency room and felt no head or neck pain. There are a few defendants being sued , with accusations that someone tree trimming on my old property cut the branch and this whole incident happened. That due to our negligence ,this person will not be able to provide for themselves because of physical and emotional trauma. I have no legal representation , and have no clue as to what I should and should not do.
PLEASE SOMEONE HELP. This whole thing has caused for me to have anxiety, I'm severely depressed and I'm constantly nervous. I have no income and am homeless.
A: I'm very sorry to hear about your predicament. The best thing you can do is to inform the insurance company that insured your house/the property at the time of the injury. Typically, they will handle the defense of the case, even hiring and paying for a lawyer to defend you. I hope this is helpful. Best of luck.
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