An estate needs to be raised. The estate has a claim. A spouse has a claim. Minor children have a claim. In some states under certain circumstances the adult children have claims. But nieces and nephews can't do anything. You can ask the surviving immediate family if they would mind if you...Read more »
Assuming it wasn't malpractice to prescribe that combination then no. But as it may be why not consult a member of the Illinois Trial Lawyers Assn who handles medical cases. There are statute of limitations and other issues so do this soon.
If you have any of his medications --i.e....Read more »
Wasn't I suppose to be informed? Can I sue for neglence if they felt like they did all they could do for my mother? I ordered a complete record of her file and the DNR paper is not there or my power of attorney papers not there neither. Do I have a case?
Unless they did something wrong, not necessarily. Many people give a power of attorney to others "just in case." that doesn't mean that whoever deals with them has to ask the person holding the POA if the person who gave it is right in front of them and looks to be in an...Read more »
- he had only been riding it for a week or so. He was taught to drive it by another neighbor -- can my friend sue this person for wrongful death if they weren't certified to teach anyone to drive a motorcycle?
Was he licensed? Did your neighbor know and allow this? Did your neighbor buy him the bike? It is possible they could sue the neighbor but the best way to find out is for the neighbor to contact a member of the Illinois Trial Lawyers Association.They give free consultations.
Usually, immediate family members have the right to file a wrongful death lawsuit. Your ability or standing to file such a case will depend on if there are other immediate family member and if your aunt left a will. If your aunt left a will, the executor of the will would likely be the person who...Read more »
The case is bfought for the estate. The minor may have a claim for loss of companionship etc if they were close. Suggest you contact a member of the Illinois Trial Lawyers Assn--they give free consultations.
I am very sorry. There may be a number of potential people to sue.You want to contact a member of the Illinois Assn for Justice who handles explosions and product liablity. They give free consultations. If you need help finding one let me know.
Wrongful death is civil--her family has a claim for that, and should see a member of the Illinois Trial Lawyers Assn/Assn for Justice--they give free consultations. May be a claim where there are "crashworthiness" issues.. Murder is a crime, and that's up to the DA. Murder requires...Read more »
Normally a fee agreement covers 1) the fee and 2) the costs. In some cases the costs can be significant--as with product liaiblity cases, for instance. You should receive an itemized list of the expenses. The fee agreement will say whether or not interest is charged and its rate.The lawyer...Read more »
My 38 year old husband died in the er. His diagnosis was pleurisy and URI and hypertension. He went back to the same er the next day and had a massive heart attack on the table. What he really had was an aortic dissection
Best to find another lawyer ASAP as there are strict deadlines for civil claims.
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...Read more »
For what purpose? Are you looking to file a lawsuit? Injury lawyers give free consultations.
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...Read more »
There are typically short deadlines for making claims against public entities.
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...Read more »
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