This could be an extremely complicated situation, and unfortunately there is no quick answer. Whoever got hurt will need to call an experienced personal injury lawyer. There are a great number of questions that would need to be answered, and details provided, to determine who to file suit against....Read more »
Well certainly that sounds like there would be something to question both by the MD who prescribed it, the pharmacy who filled it and the manufacturer. Glad to explore the facts, but clearly you need to provide more information to me or any other lawyer to really be able to determine if there is a...Read more »
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks and time is usually of the essence in responding to motions and pleadings. What you describe sounds like it could possibly be something problematic - but still needs more information. As a GENERAL matter in ANY...Read more »
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for five weeks. Until you're able to consult with a local attorney for a meaningful and accurate assessment, as a GENERAL RULE, filing a motion could SOMETIMES be considered an appearance. But it could also depend on the type...Read more »
If you know the county where the suit was filed, I suggest going to that clerk of court's website. Many of Georgia's counties have their dockets on-line. By inputting the parties' names and/or the civil action file number of your case, you can pull up the docket and see the latest.
Based on your question, it sounds as though the policy is a $50,000/$100,000, which is to say $50,000 per person and $100,000 per accident. If so, the $100,000 proceeds may be split between three people but in no case may any one claimant receive more than $50,000. It does not matter if the three...Read more »
A Georgia attorney could answer best, but your post remains open for four weeks. This sounds like a complex setting where an attorney might need to see how the pleadings were drafted to offer meaningful input. You could reach out to Georgia attorneys to discuss terms for a brief initial consult....Read more »
I am going to purchase the lift from a dealer. Have it professionally installed and enclose it. This will be for a 2 story residential dwelling. I will get it inspected. The question really is do I still have a stair requirement?
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. If you are unable to consult with an attorney on this, a Georgia architect could possibly offer guidance about where to research building codes, fire safety codes, or other applicable statutory authority. Good luck...Read more »
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. As a general matter in such settings, the workers' comp carrier should pick up any costs of medical expenses or lost wages. If there was something that gave the worker cause for a third-party claim, that could...Read more »
Never signed consent form, never told CRPS could happen, recent xrays show bone still broken (radiologist diagnosed), Dr. ignored my complaints of nerve pain, procrastinated w/referral, denied wrong doing in surgery, no post care(no weight bearing, ROM or instruction), patronized by the practice... Read more »
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. If you consulted with an attorney, it's likely they would ask if there was a foreign object in the food, whether you saved the object, the condition of your teeth, and the cost of dental work this caused. You...Read more »
I fell at a Big Lots store in June of this year. I maintain that the clerk filled the sack with too many items, making it too heavy to lift; and that I may have tripped on a mat, causing me to fall and break my pelvis. In August I started a medical payments only claim with their headquarters in... Read more »
When I say without my consent, he told me there wasn't any way he could put implants in me. I was measured and marked for the augmentation, when I woke up from surgery, I couldn't breathe, he had put the implants in. I have irregular Heart rhythm (controlled by medication and not related... Read more »
In public, on the corner of an intersection. Handing out pamphlets with our country's constitutional rights, amendments, and advice on how to interact with police in certain situations. Utilization of the pamphlet would only be regarded as a reference guide to allow a person the utmost defence... Read more »
I have evidence and research on my own as well as PI research that advised that my underage child and I were being stalked via a drone. My findings and the PI findings were that I was being stalked for illegal medical research by a clinician girlfriend of a man I worked with. This doctor is an... Read more »
Hi, this is Tristan Morrison with Morrison & Hughes Law in Marietta, Georgia. When you have an on-the-job motor vehicle accident, and you get hurt, you are entitled to workers' compensation benefits. This is true even if you were found to be at fault for the vehicle wreck. If you were...Read more »
During multiple attempts to get help for abdominal pain at an emergency room I underwent several emergency surgeries because of an infection in my abdomen at one point the same doctor said he reviewed all of my previous visits and told me I had a gynecological problems that would result in me... Read more »
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. I'm sorry for your ordeal. I'm not clear as to whether you have been trying to have local doctors look at your records for diagnostic and treatment purposes, or for evaluation of a potential med mal...Read more »
The result you experienced is typical. An attorney is legally required to pay any liens out of the settlement proceeds. In fact, given the amount of the medical bills it is a nod to the attorney's fine work that you were able to recover anything. It sounds as though the attorney was able to...Read more »
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