the decision was done at 10:03 am 3-29-2021. my hearing was for 3-29-2021 at 10:15am. for some reason at 10:11 am I could not get through to the virtual hearing with my meeting ID#. I tried several times. Please let me know if I can appeal this decision. I wasn't given a chance to defend my... Read more »
An Alabama attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for three weeks. You could continue to await a response, but you could also consider reaching out to local attorneys to review the matter. As a GENERAL matter in most jurisdictions, an attorney would want to know whether the...Read more »
An Alabama attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. You could reach out to attorneys in your area who handle defamation cases. As a GENERAL matter, these types of cases are not usually handled on a contingency basis like a car accident - which means that regardless of...Read more »
I have a case of fall that is already in court inside. I rented the place and signed 1 contract but because I did not have social security the owner of the commercial property told me to look for another person with ssn , she made another contract in the name of the other person and the licenses... Read more »
An Alabama attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. One option is to check with another attorney - but they would likely want to know why the first attorney withdrew from the case. There are a number details here that raise additional questions, as to whether this was a...Read more »
The knee has a popping sound or clicking sound now. Not from outside but going into the garage on the step. What now? Step has been broken/ missing a brick before we moved into the home and since we been here. We are in Huntsville, Alabama.
An Alabama attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. I hope your wife is okay. It isn't fully clear if the accident occurred on the hospital grounds after leaving the ER and your wife noticed the popping sound on your garage step, or if the accident OCCURRED on your...Read more »
In Alabama, if a personal injury occurs to a minor, that minor can file a lawsuit up until the day the minor turns 21. There's a 2-year statute of limitations for injuries due to negligence, but that 2 years doesn't start to run until the injured person turns 19 years old.
An Alabama attorney would be able to advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. I'm very sorry for the recent loss of your mother, and earlier loss of your stepfather. You say that a wrongful death lawsuit has not been settled. It isn't clear from the facts whether a...Read more »
An Alabama attorney could answer best, but your post remains open for two weeks. I'm sorry for the loss of your father. If the case was placed into suit, you could look into whether it appears in any of the online resources of uniform court systems. Nationwide, more and more court systems have...Read more »
I had a facial burn scar and i started treatment with one of the doctors here. He provided me a bleach cream to apply around the scar to start the surgery after one month. But after i started applying for a week it started burning on my face and created a very big scar than i used to have it... Read more »
An Alabama attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Based on these brief facts alone, it is difficult to answer your question. An attorney could need additional information, such as instructions provided to you by the doctor, warning labels on the cream, the nature...Read more »
I watched it happen, she lied to me at the window more than 3 times, the manager agreed she lied, put my life in danger 2day, I could possibly catch covid from this or spread to my immediate family. I have receipts to prove tgis, plus the manager said she had the girl on camera who gave me food... Read more »
An Alabama attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for a week. This could be a challenging case in terms of substantiating damages. That's ordinarily done with medical documentation in injury cases. If this did not result in medical diagnosis/treatment/testing, it could be...Read more »
You may be able to file a claim. There is currently litigation pending against the manufacturers of talcum powder, particularly Johnson and Johnson. You should immediately contact an attorney in your area to discuss your mother's death in more detail to determine if there is a viable claim.
In 2006-07 I had my wisdom teeth removed and became addicted to opioids. For the next 10+ years I began doctor shopping to acquire opioids. I've seen states and municipalities going after the pharmaceutical companies and was wondering if the people that it actually affected have any legal recourse.
Possibly. There are a number of law firms around the country who have been investigating individual cases for persons affected by opioid addiction. At this point, I am unaware of any people who have actually received compensation for this. Various legal theories are being explored and it's not...Read more »
Unfortunately I cannot answer this question based on the information provided. I assume that this is a worker's compensation case. Settlement values depend on multiple factors like the worker's average weekly wage, weeks of TTD benefits that have been pain, and several other factors. I...Read more »
This is a very technical question that will depend on in depth analysis of the facts. I would suggest you schedule a meeting with an attorney that routinely practices personal injury law in the Federal courts.
Your question bridges four categories and it would be best for an attorney who is knowledgeable in Estate/Probate matters to address the estate-related aspect of it. As for the personal injury-based aspect of your question, it shouldn't be a problem for an attorney who represented a plaintiff...Read more »
I called my child’s doctor office multiple times trying to get a appointment for that day and wasn’t getting a response, I told them my child’s symptoms and his age multiple times only to get a call 30 minutes before they closed. The lady on the phone told me she would go ask a doctor and... Read more »
I'm sorry for the ordeal your baby and you, as a parent, went through. A med mal attorney would likely want to review the records with a medical professional to make a more meaningful assessment. In terms of the telephone exchanges, an attorney would have additional questions regarding what...Read more »
My loved one is physically and mentally challenged and unable to speak and has a peg tube. He has been hospitalized and sent to the ER several times for different reasons ( infections, dehydration, peg tube dislodgment, peg tube misplacement). There was even a time I’ve gone to visit and noticed... Read more »
Yes, they can, and should, be held liable for negligent acts that cause harm to the resident. These claims fall under the Medical Liability Act in Alabama. If the nursing home and its staff breaches the standard of care, and the resident suffers harm as a result of the breach then you could have...Read more »
The quick answer is that your son can sue the neighbor for his injuries, however there are a number of complicating issues that cannot be determined from your question. (1) If there's evidence/claims that your son contributed to the altercation, or was the initial aggressor or equally at fault...Read more »
Food Poisoning from Burger King. In 1995, I had gotten a terrible case of good poisoning. Went to the emergency room, had many tests done and the doctor confirmed it was what I had eaten, a burger from Burger Kind. I had the paperwork and went to the restaurant and spoke with the manager. Days... Read more »
You will not be able to bring a suit a case against Burger King. In Alabama there is a two year statute of limitations on negligence cases. Which means that you must file a lawsuit against the negligent party within 2 years of the negligent act causing you injury. In you particular situation...Read more »
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