I have all the details-and a video of my fall. This was all due to LSSI Prairie Ridge Senior Apartment ownership and management. There is mental and physical strain on everyone here..I have had a rash and (4 others) since January 2019 when pipes broke in the building. Making it so difficult to... Read more »
Certainly. It is in your best interest to first and foremost seek all of the medical attention necessary to address your injuries and concerns. Next, you should organize everything in your possession that is relevant to this matter, including the video you describe, and consult with an attorney...Read more »
My daughter's bf was getting onto exit and veered back onto the expressway and cut off an suv and the suv lost control and rolled over several times. the driver was injured. his insurance had expired. they let him go with 2 citations and a court date. he is only working part time. he and my... Read more »
Was it his vehicle? if not and the vehicle had insurance that would cover him. He can contact legal aid but chances are they won't handle a case like that as it's not a criminal case. Ultimately, if he's sued, bankruptcy may be his best option.
You could check with the Illinois State Bar Association, you could look up Illinois attorneys on this site, or you could perform independent searches on the Internet. This isn't really an attorney referral service; it's just a question-answer board.
The table was inside of the room, it had wheels on it, no locking mechanism visible, my son was listed on my itinerary. He did have injuries, he received five stitches above his right eye due to this incident.
It is certainly possible that you have a case based on the facts provided. However, an attorney will need additional facts in order to provide you with a comprehensive evaluation of the viability of recovering on such an action, such as the reason the table fell etc...
Your attorney would be in the best position to clarify this issue based upon the exact terms of your retainer agreement. The specific time or trigger you ask about is a valid concern and you should pose it to your attorney, so that both of you are clear as to the threshold at which the attorney fee...Read more »
Yes target can be held liable for dangerous conditions that it creates or allows it to exist in its parking lots. The problem with your case, however, is that it could just have easily been a customer who left the cart in the dangerous position. You would have to show that the cart had been left...Read more »
The girl who attacked her was arrested on a battery charge, and is maybe 14-15 years old.
Can she be charged with aggravated battery as a Class 4 felony if my sister has lasting marks and bodily harm (she does) and evidence shows that the girl initiated and continued to beat my sister... Read more »
Unfortunately, it is not up to your sister what the defendant is charged with. It is up to the State, who is the prosecutor. I suggest reaching out to the State and giving them an update on her status on what issues she is facing.
When was your car accident and did you employ an attorney? Who was negligent in the accident? With those answers you can be provided better response. Thanks and sorry for the pain that you have to endure.
I was involved in an accident in the slick weather the other night. I was rear-ended by someone who is saying he was rear-ended. His insurance is denying my claim because the mystery car is liable. Problem is, neither he or I ever saw this other car. It's purely his word that he was hit. He asked... Read more »
It is absolutely reasonable for his insurance to take this position. If the only reason he hit you is because someone hit him, he is not liable. In turn, his insurance company is not liable. That said, common sense should reign. It would be nearly impossible for his card to be hit hard enough...Read more »
The situation you explain is simply not possible. A glass bottle cannot explode any more than a water glass can explode. On the other hand, if a sealed milk bottle was in the sink, before it had been washed, it is certainly possible for back area growth to result in sufficient pressure to cause...Read more »
I have liability w/ medical but lawyer says wait for settlement & fix yr own car? If my insurance pays medical will I have no settlement or more $ to fix my car? Or can they still sue to get her insurance to fix?
I do not practice in Illinois, and more information would be helpful here. However, as a general matter, if you have retained an attorney and they have contacted the other side’s carrier, that should enable moving forward with a property damage claim regardless of driver contacting her insurance....Read more »
When someone who owns the entire interest in a parcel of land or real property and passes away without a will, the state’s laws of intestate succession generally determine ownership. Therefore, just because she said the property becomes your property means very little at this time....Read more »
Dog bites are treated as strict liability in Illinois, with the exception if someone provoked the dog, or is some was trespassing. Under Illinois statutes, if a dog, without provocation, attacks, attempts to attack, or injures any person who is peaceably conducting himself or herself in any place...Read more »
If you were involved in a multi-car accident and sustained injuries, you should first and foremost obtain all medical treatment necessary. Next, you should hire a personal injury attorney. Do not make any statements until you are represented by an attorney.
Yes, they can be. Salons are held to a negligence standard like most other personal injury cases. A lot of salons fail to properly sterilize or use new equipment, which tends to be the main reasons infections happen at these types of businesses. Either way you need to consult with a personal...Read more »
It looks like you already identified the workers’ comp element in this matter. I don’t practice in Illinois, but if you were injured and are exploring your rights outside of workers’ comp, consult with an Illinois personal injury/product liability attorney regarding third-party cause(s) of...Read more »
Hello! I’m just trying to ask, my boy friend are studying aviation in America but that is a Chinese school. So they don’t let all the student spend night at outside and they have to be at their dorm after 10pm. It’s that legal? And if they spend the night at outside they will stop that... Read more »
It sounds as if this is private organization, where your boyfriend decided to study aviation. They can set their own rules. If the students cannot accept their rules, I would imagine they can leave the program.
Therefore, you will need to accept these rules. I am hopeful that your...Read more »
I was involved in an accident. I hit a parked car , however the entire vehicle flipped causing me to be hospitalized, I lost wages at work, etc. I later found out the car had frame damage which played a huge role in why the car flipped instead of staying upright.
It is certainly possible you have a viable cause of action, as well as the ability to recover for the personal injuries sustained. However, the chances of recovery are dependent on specific facts that are not provided here, such as the details around the collision and the applicability of various...Read more »
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