Hello. My HMO was Kaiser Permanente. In December 2020, I developed nerve pains. The medical advice given to me by the neurologists at KP was wholly inadequate and in some cases absolutely incorrect. I had to educate myself on Neuropathy and through much trial and error came up with treatments for... Read more »
The lawsuit was about lupron a drug that is being used also for tans kids, It destroyed my daughter an ICU<NICU critical care nurse. It was given to her as free sample by a doctor she trusted. She did not know it was a sample drug until she saw the lawsuit. She is totally disable, losing her... Read more »
So you would certainly have a claim against the neighbor for the dog bite, which if he is carrying renters insurance with a liability policy might be covered. To go after the apartment complex for negligence you would have to show some wrongdoing on their part. This could be something like, the dog...Read more »
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. I hope you're okay. Until you're able to have a meaningful consult with a local attorney, these could be difficult cases nationwide. The municipality's awareness of the condition could sometimes be...Read more »
GTMA IRREVOCABLE TRUST BREACH OF FIDICUARY DUTY BY FATHER WHO IS FORMER TRUSTEE AND WITHHELD FUNDS FROM MARY SINCE JANUARY 9, 2019 WHEN HE AGREED VERBALLY ON RECORDED LINE TO TRANSFER ASSETS. MARY REPORTED EACH MONTH MISSING . APRIL 1, 2021 WAS FIRST CHILD SUPPORT SINCE HEARING AND FIRST EVER.... Read more »
Well i signed a distribution deal with the label 80/20% cut and i own all Masters and music i created for 5 albums to be distributed over 5 years 2014 . i only have given And released 4/5 before i lost contact with them _ them = the label . i have had head trauma after signing to where i forgot... Read more »
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. You could continue to await a response, but there is a category here, Entertainment/Sports Law. You could try reposting and adding that as a category. There's no guarantee all posts are answered, but attorneys...Read more »
Trying to get what justice any way we can for our daughter that was taken advantaged of and overdosed at perpetrator house. Seeking his home insurance. Investigators never got dna from suspects and we believe there was others at the house at the time of her fatal moments. There was other phones... Read more »
It will depend on the facts and circumstances of when the phone conversations took place and the substance of the conversations. The hearsay exceptions, regardless if the declarant (i.e., person being sued or daughter) is available to testify, are codified in O.C.G.A. section 24-8-803. The hearsay...Read more »
Yes. It is typical for an at-fault insurance company to request a claimant's social security number. The reason being is the insurer has an obligation, under federal law, to determine whether the injured claimant was enrolled in Medicare. If so, and if Medicare paid any of the medical bills...Read more »
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. At this point, you could reach out to Georgia attorneys to discuss. If you have medical records and other documentation, attorneys would be interested in seeing them. Good luck
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... Read 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.
I found verbiage like this in a contract I was signing for auto injury representation. The fee for the attorney was $400 per hour, the paralegal was $100 per hour. If I have a just cause to terminate an attorney client relationship why would I have to pay for that service if the service wasn’t... Read more »
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. It could be difficult for an attorney to comment on your retainer based on a brief excerpt. Most attorneys would want to see the entire retainer to comment meaningfully. But as a general practice, personal injury cases...Read more »
I am 22 now, but before I was 12 I was neglected and abused in the home. My mom was charged with child endangerment at one point and I have an incident report along with other things to prove it happened. Is my statue of limitations up? And how likely am I to win something like that. I'd only... Read more »
Most likely no. Georgia has a two year statute of limitations to bring civil claims arising from injuries to the person, which would include emotional distress. See O.C.G.A. section 9-3-33. Thus, any type of civil claim is likely time barred. Further, even if the statute of limitations would have...Read 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...Read more »
With the last election we are having some problems with some people wanting to run a whole community out of their homes. One neighborhood above my home, and mine and my neighbors. There is a company that wants to build 600 homes behind our houses. you know I can't tell them what to do with... Read more »
Your question sounds like it could involve a number of different legal areas, and you await a response for two weeks. The short answer is that you and your neighbors could consider a consult with a law firm that has experience with class actions. It would be difficult for an attorney to offer...Read more »
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...Read more »
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Attorneys here can't reach out to you to offer their services or recommend other attorneys. The format here is limited to brief questions and answers. There are sites out there that function as attorney...Read more »
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. Your question straddles several major categories, and I can only speak for CIVIL practice, since you include Personal Injury as a category. In civil proceedings, this is commonly done - photographs of vehicle damage...Read more »
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