An attorney is going to need much more information than this to provide you with solid legal advice. I would gather up as much information as possible regarding your car accident (crash report, crash photos, medical records, medical bills etc.) and contact a local personal injury attorney. You want...Read more »
There are two different interactions with the law in this situation. The first is the criminal side which you mentioned. The state is in control of what charges to bring and the prosecution. It does seem like thet may have undercharged given then information provided.
I was in an accident (not at fault) and I am wanting to settle with the other person's insurance company. But i am under the impression that I can't do so until my passenger finishes treatment. Then and only then will the insurance company pay me.
No. But the decision will still be up to the liability examiner (together with carrier's counsel if your matter is in suit). If they have a bead on the injuries you and your passenger sustained in relationship to the limits of the policy and the reserves they set for the claim, they have liberty to...Read more »
You should not have to pay for anything if you had nothing to do with the installation of the wire. You posted this under personal injury. If that means you sustained injury and incurred medical expenses as a result of the fire, you could have certain rights, which you could discuss with a North...Read more »
A North Carolina could provide you with the most thorough answer, but your question remains open for two weeks. As a general matter in all jurisdictions, negligence per se arises when the tort involves a violation of some law or regulation intended to protect the public. As an example, exceeding a...Read more »
I suggest that you contact the attorney who filed your case. They will provide you with the right answer depending on when the case was filed, and whether the case is a class action or not a class action. Many factors play a role regarding the timeline for cases to resolve.
When having surgery I was given a spinal and I was never told about it. When giving the injection the anesthesiologist hit a nerve. When I awoke my feet and legs were numb and on fire. I have delt with this constant pain and burning in my legs and feet and have been told the nerve is never going... Read more »
You must really check with a North Carolina attorney. However, your question remains open for three weeks. As a general matter, it's unlikely you would have been admitted to surgery without signing a host of forms consenting to procedures to be performed upon you, and acknowledging that you had...Read more »
If you have proof that you and your finance are affected as a result of the mold from the hotel, you can likely obtain refund from the hotel. Some valid proof of mold exposure includes; Blood Test done to detect mold, or Skin Prick test done by your doctor. The hotel will take your claim more...Read more »
My recommendation, do not sign the release form and settle, get an attorney to represent you. I recommend that you reach out to an attorney who practices Personal Injury. Most insurance companies do not have your best interest at heart. They will not voluntarily disclose all your options for...Read more »
I am involved as the victim of an identity theft operation called ghosting. My bank altered the tax ID # and my date of birth on the internal documents that are associated with my business accounts, overriding my social security number and date of birth with the identifiers belonging to somebody... Read more »
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An emergency room doctor is normally trained to assess the extent of cuts or injuries and determine the correct treatment. A referral to a surgeon is not normally done for every cut and injuries to a finger; a referral is done if warranted based on the extent of the cut. Likewise, X-rays are not...Read more »
I'm riding my bicycle through my neighborhood (on the street) last night, and I come up on a lady with 2 German Shepherds loose in her yard with her. I hear her say "oh no", and the dogs start growling/barking, and then they attack me. As she's yelling "they don't bite", one of them gets me good on... Read more »
Yes, you should be able to receive reimbursement for the medical bills you incurred. You can also receive compensation from the dog owner for the injuries you suffered. You need to show that the German Shepherds were pet dogs, and the owner did not confine them. Vicious dogs like German...Read more »
Husband out of work for 4 and a half months due to injury not sustained at work. Work said he had 40 hrs PTO he can use, but broken down to maintain insurance needed for operations , Dr appts, etc. Returns to work, employer hand him document that is not notrawarized and typed up in a Microsoft word... Read more »
Whether the document is notarized or not does not matter. This is a simple internal payroll issue. It sounds like the employer has allowed your husband to return to work but is also docking your husband's pay because he used more than 40 hours of PTO while tending to his medical needs. This can be...Read more »
If the hospital assigned a defense firm to your case, you could contact them and ask for copies of the closing papers. If the hospital handled the matter without outside counsel through their in-house claims department, you could see if they have closing papers (settlement letters, releases, etc.)...Read more »
So I believe that Toyota should be held responsible for their airbags deploying which caused the vision impairment to avoid the accident that caused the injury to me I have a lawyer for the injury the self but feel that Toyota should be held responsible because it could have been avoided thank you
Yes. Let your insurance handle it. If you get calls on it do not comment, pass it on to your insurance. If you are served with papers, make a copy, then call, fax a copy, send a copy certified return receipt to the address for the adjuster on your case. Put the claim number at the top of each...Read more »
As a general matter, it could possibly be. But in such settings, a store could also argue that another customer might have put the can back on the shelf in an improper manner. You could consult with an attorney in North Carolina to assess the expenses at hand, your injuries, the cost of pursuing...Read more »
You could check with the North Carolina Bar Association’s lawyer referral service. You could tell them you are looking for a property and casualty lawyer (possibly business-related based on your terms).
My hubby saw "CAP" arrested@ scene but wasn't asked if he wanted to press charges & he wasn't notified of her court date. Her ins Co conceded the max of 30k BUT wants us to sign a "Release of ALL Claims NOT TO ENFORCE JUDGMENT" against the driver "CAP" & the man holding the policy, "CB". I found... Read more »
What can you do? Really? You need an attorney and you likely have the type of case that personal injury attorney's would likely take on a contingent basis. So go shop around and hire an attorney before this gets mucked up any more than it may already be.
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