My sons father and my ex-husband was murdered at Elmore State Prison while serving a life sentence with parole and I would like to pursue suing the state of Alabama for neglect in there prison system. Please tell me if this is possible. The date of the incident was 2/16/17 and he died on 2/18/17... Read more »
The prisoner's estate can file a claim and the beneficiary would be the child. Contact the Alabama Civil Liberties Unit, ask for the prison rights group, ask them for the names and phone numbers of some of their "cooperating attorneys." They give free consultations.
My mother committed suicide in her home a year and a half ago. She struggled with bipolar disorder for years but her illness had become increasingly severe during the year leading up to her death. This was triggered by my father 'leaving her' although he remained involved in her life until the very... Read more »
You will not in most cases find anything useful one way or the other. They look at the liklihood it was or wasn't caused by intent. They felt it didn't but won't have gone through a lot of paper hoops that will get you anywhyere. Ask. See what you get. but you won't find anything.
Chances are no for two reasons--the insurance company represented the parties that were doing wrong and also would have asked the administrator of the estate for a release before making any settlement payment. That release had a number of clauses. But I'm assuming you have a lawyer. Why not ask...Read more »
(He was on work release )Be done besides the drivers insurance company,is the facility held reliable and if you sue his insurance company can you still take him to civil court or go after the facility,after sueing,his ins.company he was a adoc inmate
This is not a criminal law question. Its a civil law litigation question.
Any time you are injured in any way you and your lawyer should sue every single person, firm, corporation or governmental entity that you and he or she can reasonably determine might be responsible. You do not sue...Read more »
Not sure there'd be any purpose of suing given that the assets of the estate would be disgtributed in the same way, but as there may be other factors why not contact a member of the Alabama Ssn for Justice--they give free consultations.
There is a grace period of two years to open an estate and file a claim. The Lawyer that had her case did not act on her behalf,causing her case to reach the grace period but I am aware that the grace period applies to the deceased if cause of death is already demand, which her cause of death was... Read more »
My husband was killed by a drunk driver in 92. My lawyer mishandled the case...and I got nothing from the suite. The man was driving a company truck on the wrong side of the interstate hitting my husband head on with a blood alcohol level of 2.87. I was never included in any of the decisions of... Read more »
This long after it's too late to do anything. You might have had time after it went down to have a lawyer check the records. Why don't you go to the courthouse (what you should have done back in 92), look at the actual record. If you see it was "settled" or "plaintiff verdict" then your lawyer may...Read more »
All civil cases have deadlines. Best to talk to a lawyer asap.
Please Take Notice: I am not your lawyer unless we enter into an engagement agreement in writing. This is only general information. It is NOT legal advice, and it may not work for your specific situation. It is impossible to...Read more »
At the friends house. From accounts of the night he was unconscious, vomiting and having respiratory systems. He was left on the couch to "sleep it off" He was 23. Is anyone liable or held accountable for doing nothing ?
yes. if it is for a wrongful death case that happened in alabama you need to conatact an alabama lawyer. i have worked on cases with charlie crowder and lea watson and they are two of the finest lawyers i have had the priviledge of knowing. good luck and roll tide!
My husband was the plant manager with a company in Alabama. A security guard (not an employee of the same company) walked in front of a moving vehicle and was severely injured and died on route to the hospital. The deceased's daughter has filed suit. I was told that in Alabama, someone has to be... Read more »
stop fretting! it sounds like the company and your husband, as its employee/agent, are being sued in civil court for money damages. the company and or its insurance compnay will be responsible for any monetary damages. it doesn't even remotely sound like a crimianl case which is a different animal...Read more »
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