Her father and I don't get along and he's not including me in on her estate, she has no children and never married along with no will
answered on Mar 16, 2023
I'm so sorry to hear about your loss. Losing a child in a car accident can be a traumatic and devastating experience, and I understand your desire to be involved in the situation.
In terms of your legal rights, it depends on the specific circumstances of the case. If your daughter died... Read more »
I was burned with hot water at a restaurant. Dr said its 1st degree clear up in weeks I think ok Company said Not responsible for water so hot it burned thru Styrofoam cup because water/temp working properly I think you are responsible but it will be ok in a few wks Skin burns for over a yr every... Read more »
In short, there was an error in the complaint that resulted in an improper judgement. The correct information was stated in the deposition, but the judge used the information from the complaint. What should I do about this?
Knowing this prescription was one day early for pickup and had no refills, the pharmacist declined to fill it.
I called my Doctor to explain the situation and he understood. He sent in a new prescription with refills attached. I thought this would have cleared up the "one-day"... Read more »
In me having to get a mid line incision, blood transfusion and a stent put in.. would this be medical malpractice?
answered on Mar 4, 2023
Medical malpractice means that a doctor violated the standard of care. A bad outcome is not enough. Another doctor would be needed to evaluate what the doctors did.
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My job fired me back in 2021 because they were doing some unethical things and I stated that I would go to corporate again and get them involved for them to investigate then I get fired 24hrs later due to the hr generalist and my supervisor lied and said I was being insubordinate and I have no... Read more »
answered on Feb 20, 2023
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. I'm sorry for your ordeal and its impact on your health. At this point, one option is to try to arrange a free initial consult with a Georgia employment attorney. Although this is posted under Personal Injury... Read more »
answered on Feb 4, 2023
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. In this type of setting generally speaking, two options are to go to court, as you mention, or to lower the amount demanded. Yes, there's always a possibility that plaintiff could lose. A case could be... Read more »
answered on Jan 28, 2023
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. However, accidents nationwide could be investigated by various entities, including insurance companies, departments of transportation, departments of highway safety, and outside agencies. Different entities could... Read more »
answered on Jan 18, 2023
In the state of Georgia, the code section that covers un-disclosed principals is found in the Official Code of Georgia Annotated (OCGA) Section 10-2-318. This section states that an agent may act for a principal who is not disclosed and that the contract is enforceable by and against the... Read more »
My aunt was on site picking up her child when my nephew broke his leg around 2 pm. He was playing basketball at school while waiting on the busses to arrive. The school called the ambulance but never called his mom to notify her. She drove to the school (after my aunt called her) then followed the... Read more »
answered on Jan 30, 2023
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. An important issue here would be the damages resulting from failure to notify a parent. It looks like timely response was made to summon an ambulance. The hospital delay does not appear to be the fault of the... Read more »
is the person who caused the accident at fault? Progressive insurance did not accept liability for the cause of the accident.
answered on Jan 7, 2023
Based just on your facts, and without knowing more, I'd guess the at fault party's insurance is responsible for your repairs. Getting that insurance company to pay is the tricky part. Alternatively, if Progressive denied responsibility, your own insurance may cover it, subject to your... Read more »
My dad was killed at his job and we won the wrongful death case(meaning my mom sister and myself) rather the total be spilt between the 3 of us. My mom sat back an estate fund after that she split it 3 ways. My dad had no bills house paid for everything in his name was paid in full and clear. So my... Read more »
answered on Jan 1, 2023
I’m not sure I understand the question, but if he was killed at work, workers’ comp benefits were paid as was required by law; it doesn’t sound like a case to be “won” necessarily (comp is “no fault) but just paid as the Act says to. Whether he had bills or debt isn’t relevant.
The entire thing is on surveillance video & I have a witness. He was arrested and is now back at the building & I am not comfortable going back there when I'm discharged from physical therapy/rehab. I feel that I should receive some sort of compensation for something out of all this!... Read more »
answered on Dec 27, 2022
It sounds like you may have a solid case for personal injury. I'm happy to help you get any compensation you may be entitled to.
For more information, visit my website at www.LevinLawyerGa.com
answered on Dec 27, 2022
The answer to your question is governed by the Georgia Nonresident Motorist Act statute (specifically, O.C.G.A. 40-12-3). Under that statute, suit against a nonresident may brought (1) in the county in which the accident or injury occurred or the cause of action originated or (2) in the county of... Read more »
answered on Dec 29, 2022
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. In most places, it's usually the call of the homeowner's carrier. They sometimes have approved vendors. If it doesn't involve insurance, in most places, leeway is often given to the reasonable wishes... Read more »
Civil Personal Injury
answered on Dec 18, 2022
A discovery dispute is a two step process: (1) The law first requires that you confer with the opposing party in an effort to work through the dispute. If your attempt(s) to resolve the dispute do not work, then you go to the next step (2) File a motion to compel with the Court against the... Read more »
Bill went from 10k to 4k but she never gave me an updated bill or any signed agreement stating the facility agreed to this negotiation. I’m just worried if there is no legal document how do I know that the facility won’t change their mind and I won’t be screwed with the higher bill. Is it... Read more »
answered on Dec 18, 2022
It is very common for a personal injury attorney to negotiate a reduction and no formal document is executed. This situation is particularly true if the attorney and the medical care provider work together frequently. It is certainly best practices for the reduction to be confirmed in writing... Read more »
The owner was not the driver nor passenger of the vehicle involved in the collision?
Also, same question but for the nonresident policy holder who was not operating nor in the vehicle at the time of the collision?
answered on Dec 10, 2022
You may serve a nonresident using the Georgia Nonresident Motorist Act statute. In order to do so, you must serve a copy of the complaint/summons on the Secretary of State AND by giving notice of such service and a copy of the complaint/summons by registered or certified mail or statutory... Read more »
She is currently incarcerated for elder abuse and several other charges, none of which have been waived. I can reveal more history as needed to receive an answer. I am writing this myself with no prompting from another person. I am totally independent, pay my own mortgage, bills, etcetera.
answered on Dec 3, 2022
You aren't required to talk to her or have any dealings with her. You can also write a will or estate plan excluding her if you wish.
answered on Nov 19, 2022
Once a case settles, both sides are contractually obligated to fulfill their respective ends of the deal. In most instances, that means the injured party will sign a release while the other party will pay a sum of money. In the event either party fails to uphold its end of the bargain, the... Read more »
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