What recourse do we have? Never want another family to deal with the same loss as we have had.
answered on Sep 8, 2020
If there is insurance you can sue for wrongful death.
answered on May 1, 2018
I am only willing to put the time into answering this question if I am hired on a contingent fee basis to represent the estate. The Administrator or Executor would need to call my office, schedule a time to talk and then decide if they wanted to hire the Lombardi Law Firm. It is doubtful any lawyer... Read more »
My mom was struck from behind walking home on thanksgiving morning along the highway.
The doctor just released her from the hospital before the accident happened.
She wasnt in her right mind because her Med doctor took he off of lithium and put her on something else which messed her... Read more »
answered on Mar 6, 2018
There are multiple possible claims with this fact scenario. It appears you are asking about medical malpractice, but there could be a motor vehicle accident claim against the driver and owner. There could be a dram shop action against a bar. You need to discuss it with a lawyer. You need an... Read more »
March of 2017 I contacted a DHS case worker regarding my sister being addicted to prescription drugs while being pregnant and neglecting her two other chidren and nothing was done. Other people besides me have contacted DHS with the same concerns I had and again nothing was done. September 28th... Read more »
answered on Jan 16, 2018
The nieces estate would have a claim as would children. Suggest that you contact a member of the Iowa Assn for Justice to get the basics of who can sue, then proceed from there.
that I'm only looking into filing for wrongful death now. Is it too late?
answered on Nov 5, 2016
I'm hesitant to answer this question without knowing more. See a lawyer. My gut tells me it's doubtful. And so see a lawyer.
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