I live in Indiana. One day on the way to work I got onto the interstate. The split by downtown that is 4 lanes(left 2 lanes 65South and right 2 lanes 70W). Rainy day... so me and two other cars in front of me were going 50-60mph(speed limit 50). The very front car was a lady with kids romping... Read more »
The first thing you need to do is take a deep breath, everything is going to be fine. Second, deliver the summons and the complaint to your liability insurance company immediately. The insurance company has a contractual obligation to defend you and to indemnify you. (This means pay any judgment...Read more »
Several people said he’s passing it around. He’s also used my position against me when I refused to see him again! How do I get justice? Can we ask for medical records and file suite against him and employer?
Because you are receiving money as a result of an injury claim, the short answer is yes, you are required to repay Medicare. BUT, because of write downs you will not have to pay as much as you think. Medicare writes down medical bills significantly. So, even though the amount billed is...Read more »
You can sue them, but the chances of that suit being successful are quite low given the immunity granted to government entities in Indiana. You'll also have the Indiana Tort Claims Notice to deal with. The best route is to pursue an insurance claim and possible a lawsuit against the at-fault driver.
Indiana only requires that a formal accident reconstruction be prepared after fatal accidents. If someone died or suffered obviously life-threatening injuries, they would have taken the necessary measurements and photographs of the vehicles, gouge marks, and any other memorialization of the...Read more »
You are allowed to sue to the state, city, political entity if you have file a tort claims notice. Historically, the state had immunity from being sued for torts, but when Indiana filed the Tort Claims Act, it allowed Indiana and its political entities to be sued for certain things, including...Read more »
In longer detail, a friend of mine, said something on the internet about a person. He then preceded to call that my friend, and say he was going to sue her. They don’t know each other personally, so he searched for her number via public records. He went into about the money he wanted out of it.... Read more »
There is no law prohibiting a person who has not yet sued you from contacting you. Now if they are harassing you that may be another legal issue but there is no prohibition on contact just because suit has been threatened. Even if they do sue you, you can still talk and try to resolve the suit...Read more »
Contact a member of the Indiana Assn for Justice that handles comp claims--they give free consults. As to the air bags, depending on how the crash happened the air bags would not have gone off as they only go in certain circumstances.
If the wreck was someone elses fault you have a claim...Read more »
The medicine is for his mental condition and they gave him a different medicine that is also for mental conditions but not his medicine. In a nutshell they simply gave him the wrong medicine and admitted it to me and apologized and I said I'm glad it didn't kill him.
I'm 16 years old and 13wks pregnant. I was at school when a 18 year old girl started fighting me and sent me to the Hospital. I never hit her back just kept yelling stop I'm pregnant can I file charges?
If you want to file charges you should contact the police. If you'd like to pursue a claim for your injuries you'll need to contact a personal injury lawyers ASAP because there may be a tort claims notice necessary which has to be filed within 180 days of the incident.
He had 3rd degree burns and had to have skin grafts done and now needs laser surgery that his insurance wont pay for. He was at my boyfriends grandparents house. I was at work and my boyfriend was watching him.
The statute of limitations in Indiana for minors is 2 years after they turn 18, so you have plenty of time to file a claim. That being said, contact a local personal injury attorney immediately as the sooner you contact them the better they'll be able to help.
I can't prove the treats. We tried to file for epo or epu (forgot name). The judge turned it down. If I hit the lady, what do you think would happen? Could they try me as an adult? I am assuming that they will press charges.
I got punched in the face 5 times by my boyfriend's sister. She is 16 years old. I am 33 years old. I am in and out of the hospital for my nose. She busted a blood vessel. And I now have a deviated septum and have issues with my nose. I now need to see a specialist for it. I'm in pain everyday. I... Read more »
You cannot file criminal charges against her that is the responsibility of the prosecuting attorney. However, you can call the police to make a report if that has not already happened. The police should sent the report to the prosecutor to review for battery charges. It is entirely the state's...Read more »
I decided to go shopping for some clothes and wanted to try on a few items before purchasing them. Only a few fit me so I didn't take the ones that I didn't want. When I left the dressing room there was a worker going through the items in my cart and I asked her where I can put the items that I did... Read more »
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