I bought a car December of 20, in March of 21 I ended up in some road construction work that we were being flagged to drive through. I proceeded to drive through like normal. Until my serpentine belt started squealing pretty much immediately and I asked the flag boy what was that down on the road?... Read more »
Your post suggests that the date of incident is in the year 2021----is that correct? If so, you may be out of time as in Louisiana you have 1 year from the date of incident in which to file your tort claim. If you did file a lawsuit and you have a lawyer representing you in said lawsuit then...Read more »
Went to sign the settlement check but wanted a copy of complete check ( front and back) I was told no I couldn't get the back of the check because it was unethical and was told that until I sign the check my pay will be reduced every week is this true
A Louisiana attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. An attorney might need more information to determine what is going on - it sounds like you might have a wage lien that is accumulating. That's only a general guess from the weekly reduction you mention. An...Read more »
I visited every day and not once ever saw a plate in her room. My sister in law was visiting one day, lunch was being delivered to my mom's room, the nurse stopped the delivery lady and stated "don't bring that in there. She don't eat." Radiology was supposed to do a... Read more »
A Louisiana attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. I'm very sorry for the loss of your mother. One option is to reach out to attorneys to try to arrange a free initial consult, which is a standard courtesy with these types of cases. If a law firm felt that you...Read more »
A Louisiana attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. Until you speak with a local attorney, many courts nationwide do not look kindly on the idea of waiving liability for injury in general. It could depend on how a waiver was written. Good luck
How would I approach this? Husky dog ran up into our yard on our porch attacked my mother service dog, who is a chiweenie on our porch. Dog has broken bones and peritoneal hernia issues pooping etc. Surgery is likely going to be needed for the hernia. All caught on neighbors security system showing... Read more »
You should contact a personal injury lawyer (or a few of them) in your area to discuss the specifics of your matter and what has transpired thus far--I suggest a few because most will provide a free initial consultation. Also, you can contact the owner of the husky dog and and inquire of his...Read more »
I went into this store and was not even in the store for 5 minutes a sales associate called security. He told security that I was in there stealing and was banned from the store. Security approached and told me what was going and said I had to leave I told him I did not know what he was talking... Read more »
A Louisiana attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. Although you were treated badly in the store, from a legal standpoint, it does not sound like a case that a law firm would consider handling on a contingency basis. And if there were no tangible damages, it...Read more »
More information is needed before one can render an assessment of whether or not the concrete subdivision sign was improperly placed and whether or not it was a legal cause of the collision. If you posted this because of a traffic ticket issued to your daughter, then you might want to take photos...Read more »
Recently, I was offered an amount for an injury generated in 2019.
Brief History - I was officially placed on medical leave due to medical issues I was experiencing. Throughout the past 2 years, I did not receive any cash payments, mileage reimbursement, medical assistance, or... Read more »
if your previous is no longer involved, you can choose to proceed without a lawyer, however I do not recommend that--my recommendation is that you use the Justia Find a lawyer tab and search for worker's comp and/or injury lawyers in your area, meet with a few, discuss your case and then hire...Read more »
More information is needed to respond to your question-----often times the determination of fault is based on the specific facts of what happened and/or what's presented as evidence to the Judge. In any event, most attorneys who represent injured people will provide a free initial...Read more »
Please try again to contact your lawyer and/or his assistant. If you think it necessary, then please request a sit down in person appointment so that your lawyer and/or his assistant can explain the settlement process and answer your questions----while you mention that the case has settled, it may...Read more »
A Louisiana attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. It's possible they could be liable, but more details would be needed about the accident. I hope your stepdaughter is okay. You could reach out to local attorneys to discuss in further detail. Most law firms...Read more »
Actual Cause although mentioned by ER Doctor 5 times, n g tube looped in distal esophagus, tip terminated, coiled in hiatel hernia above diaphragm blocking airway, my family was told septic shock and bowel perforation killed my mother. I feel this has been criminally mishandled.
A Louisiana attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. I'm very sorry for the loss of your mother. Condolences to you and your family. Yes, you could possibly have a path forward, but no one here could say for certain until the records are reviewed by medical...Read more »
If the child is not 18, then the child's tutor can sue on behalf of the child. Usually the tutor is the parent of the child, but if there is no parent, then the guardian, however one might have to legally qualify ask obtain the right from the Court to sue on behalf of the child---it's...Read more »
If you were defending yourself, yes. If your job is giving you issues then you need to immediate consult with a workers' compensation attorney, or I recommend that you go ahead and do so---most in this area of practice will provide you a free consultation. Good luck.
A Louisiana attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. What is the law? For state-specific law, only a Louisiana attorney could answer. But the law in general across the U.S. is that a person has the right to dispute a denial of their claim. This could be done...Read more »
While there are always 2 stories and versions, not only can they sue, but criminal charges are possible as well. But you (or they) need to determine whether doing so is in their best interests----please consult with a personal injury lawyer or 2 to discuss options. Good luck.
My mom was visiting my house when she let her dog out of her vehicle without a leash to go inside but her dog ran over to my neighbors yard and an incident occurred between my moms dog and my neighbors dog who was also not on a leash. The police and animal control were called and my mom and my... Read more »
I work at a business that provides Western Union transactions and a customer comes in to pick up money. To pick up money the customer needs a tracking number and either ID or password. Customer provides only a password and keeps demanding that I give him his money. While trying to explain that he... Read more »
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