A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. As a general matter, these can be difficult cases because the damages are often limited to dental repair/replacement services, and those can sometimes be out of proportion with litigation costs. One option is to contact...Read more »
Because you are writing from Florida, you post is being viewed by attorneys who subscribe to Justia posts coming out of Fla., so the odds are against your post reaching a Georgia attorney. Only members of the Georgia Bar may opine on a matter of Georgia law. However, the question of "how...Read more »
We had entered an agreement that i would be working from home and now its been 2 months of heavy loud construction here and my quality of life has significantly diminished. Also ive recently found out i likely have a disability being unable to process high volumes of sensory input and before the... Read more »
I'm sorry for your ordeal. A Georgia attorney would be in the best position to advise, but your post remains open for two weeks. The things that you describe, in terms of construction noise or clocks, are really more in the territory of a landlord-tenant attorney than a personal injury...Read more »
As I was walking back from the bathroom in WinnDixie, I slipped and fell to the ground hitting my knee very hard during the fall. When I got up I realized I had slipped and fell because of feces laying in the middle of the aisle. It was all over my foot as well. I have a deep contusion on my right... Read more »
The value of your claim is determined by a number of factors including, but not limited to, the seriousness of your injuries, the permanency of your injuries, the nature of your treatments, the amount of your medical expenses, the amount of your lost wages, and pain and suffering. Until you...Read more »
You absolutely may file a claim but the person or party against whom that claim is filed will depend on the specific circumstances of your injury. If your employer was the negligent party which led to your fall, you may file a workers' compensation claim but you will not be able to sue your...Read more »
She ran me down at a red light she claimed she was having a very serious prayer meeting over her Bluetooth, I looked in the rearview mirror and saw both her hands in the air trying to catch the phone before she hit me so it was not Bluetooth she was holding her phone, now she is saying this... Read more »
What happened in the traffic court hearing does not necessarily carry over into your personal injury claim. Technically the traffic court judge didn't declare you "innocent." Instead you were found "not guilty" of the citation as charged. It may sound like a technicality,...Read more »
Yeah they stated that I was abusing substances and diverting medications yet never could show me any kind of paperwork or proof and there’s tons of safeguards so I know that there’s not anything that they had against me one because I didn’t do it and two they reported me to the board of... Read more »
At this point, you might be better off reaching out to attorneys to discuss your matter instead of waiting further for a reply. You're looking for an attorney and this isn't really a referral service; it's only a Q & A Board. You could use the tab above (Find-a-Lawyer for the...Read more »
I have been depressed, harassed, taunted and he has gone to people and lied about the fact that he is doing this. He has slandered, libel, intentional injured, its on tape as well that he admitted and does not care.
Sounds like it was a person you are acquainted with. The problem is even if you sued them you probably wouldn't see any money if he has no money to pay with. If he was a medical person attending to you that would be different. You may be able to press an assault charge if he knew he was...Read more »
Yes. There is a Georgia Court of Appeals case which provides "a demand sent by certified mail to the insurer alone as notice to both insurer and insured does not comply with [O.C.G.A. 51-12-14's] plain language and does not authorize prejudgment interest on unliquidated damages in a tort...Read more »
( History:January 2018 radiation for lung cancer). Incident April 2018 I suffered swollen left foot/left fracture scapular Spring2019 brain aneurysm discovered also evidence of cancer Oct2019, Stroke 2019 Jan2020COPD
If the last day for a statute of limitation falls on a Saturday or a Sunday, you have through the following Monday. Of course, because of the current pandemic facing Georgia (and the world), the Honorable Harold D. Melton, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Georgia, extended the statute of...Read more »
Parents could be liable as a GENERAL legal premise, but it can also hinge on elements of state law. States apply their own standards as parental liability arises (statutory liability of parent, liability arising out of negligence, or other theories). You'd have to check with a Georgia attorney...Read more »
Your post includes Personal Injury as a category, but there did not appear to be any injury-related issues in the brief description. In terms of the discrepancies with belongings you describe, it might be helpful for an attorney to know more information - were these discrepancies in connection with...Read more »
What kind of lawyer? A criminal lawyer would be the best bet. You could try reposting your question there (and leave off Contracts and Personal Injury), you could try contacting a lawyer you find here or on your own, or you could see if the State Bar of Georgia has resources that might be helpful....Read more »
A Georgia attorney would be able to advise best, but you await a response for two weeks. There wasn't a question here, but if you are wondering if you would have rights arising out of the incident, it sounds like it would be a difficult case. Considerable time has elapsed since the event that...Read more »
Legal measures could consist of checking existing insurance coverage, providing adequate notice in the way of warning signs, and checking local ordinances. Safety measures could consist of fencing (if feasible, based on size of pond), grill or cover (if pond is small enough), safety equipment such...Read more »
My apartment has locked my rental portal to pay my rent and are saying the only way I can pay it is to go into a payment center however that is putting my daughter and I at risk for covid-19 and I would like to know what are my options in terms of suing or forcing them to unlock the account
I'm sorry for your ordeal. You could try reposting in the Landlord-Tenant section, or you could directly contact a Georgia L-T lawyer you find here on this site (Find-a-Lawyer, above), or one you find through your own independent search. You're in the Personal Injury section and your...Read more »
What statutes apply in a civil suit are going to be fact dependent on your individual circumstances. If you are considering filing suit against a governmental agency, you should consult with a civil rights attorney.
If you are not happy with your lawyer(s) you can fire them by notifying them in writing, such as with a letter or email. Sometimes a lawyer can help you keep more of the settlement money for yourself by asking the medical providers to share in the costs of recovery by agreeing to reduce the bills...Read more »
Yes. You can change attorneys. Who you choose to represent you is 100% up to you. In terms of your second question, your medical treatments should not have to be duplicated simply because you change lawyers. In other words, in this scenario one aspect of your case should not have anything to do...Read more »
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