A Louisiana attorney could answer best, but your question remains open for three weeks. It's likely that railroad and other transportation regulations, either on the federal, state or local level, in addition to the standard operating practices of any reputable railroad would call for stopping...Read more »
An officer came out and made an accident report, took pictures of my car and took pictures of the pothole that did the damage. I contacted the city Risk Management Dept. and the basically told me they weren't liable because i'm the only one to ever report the problem. I was sent a letter... Read more »
A Louisiana attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for a week. Until you are able to consult with a local attorney, the City of Shreveport's line of reasoning holds true in many jurisdictions. It sounds like the legal theory they are applying is that they did not have notice of...Read more »
I stopped and sat on my horn but she didn’t hear me, and backed at a dangerous speed and cut to the left in order to leave via the only driveway and hit me in front of the drivers rear tire. The damage- estimated at $2700. She was going several MPH when her SUV hit my small truck. My insurance... Read more »
A Louisiana attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. It's possible you could have a case; for a more definitive answer, one would need more details. And even with more facts, parking lot cases are often a mess. Many insurance carriers flip a coin over them when...Read more »
I'm sorry your post remains open for five weeks. At this point, you could contact a Louisiana attorney to see if they would offer a free initial consult to look into the matter. If this is something that might have fallen through the cracks with air bag recalls in recent years, if nothing...Read more »
I was parked at an apartment complex and a tree from their property fell on my car. The owner of the duplex next door said he saw it leaning and had told the leasing agency of the apartments that it was dangerous and needed to be cut.
A Louisiana attorney would know this best, but your post remains open for four weeks. As a general abbreviation across the nation, TVB could mean Traffic Violations Bureau. 'Not sure about DLF. Good luck
Attorney is saying we now have to pay his PI to get affidavit from at fault driver stating that is only insurance he or owner of vehicle he was driving has Also is telling us he can not disburse the check he already got from at faults insurance until get this affidavit and if he does disburse it... Read more »
There is a set off. So for instance IF the fault driver had $100,000 and you had $50,000 UM and you settle with the fault driver for $85,000, THEN the most you can get from your UM is $35,000 (cause you walked away from $15,000 of the fault driver's coverage). ALL medical care providers and...Read more »
Therefore, I missed tons of work And fell behind financially. However, I had just about enough saved up to re insure my car (which is currently parked in my driveway). A friend of my bf throws his truck into reverse and SLAMS into my rt fender/rim! Hand enough to bend my strut and cause... Read more »
A Louisiana attorney would be able to advise you best on this, but your post remains open for a week, and is probably causing continued financial problems for you at this point. You could see if a Louisiana accident attorney would offer you a free consult to review the file to see if there is...Read more »
I was involved in an accident and I plead guilty to the accident and paid my fines. Now I have recieved a notice about a suspension of my license. I have to drive for a living, is there anything I can do? I really am not sure why it is being suspended.
The car was in a single car accident. The mechanic advised we file an insurance claim so they can pay for most of it. We did. He said he fixed the car and we paid the deductible and left. After leaving the car broke down again not far from his shop. Brought it back and he said that the car is now... Read more »
No one can really say with any degree of certainty which way something like this would go. While there is little to hold anyone back from commencing a lawsuit as a general rule, the course it takes could be another matter. Would a judge ask what steps were taken to mitigate damages? Would the first...Read more »
This is something you need to discuss with your attorney in Louisiana, but your post remains open for a week. If your settlement is $100,000 and you pay 1/3 (presumably for attorney fees), the remainder would 2/3 of $100,000, or $66-plus thousand dollars. But you really need to speak to your...Read more »
Is it legal for workers comp adjuster to have you do mediation and sign papers right after anesthesia? Is it legal for an attorney to have you sign papers while heavily medicated? Is it legal for an attorney to threaten your career and tell you not to go to trial because the big company will eat... Read more »
You really need to discuss this situation with a Louisiana attorney because it is fact-intensive, but your post remains open for three weeks. You raise a number of compelling issues that go to the matter of whether you had full capacity when you signed. The only way to demonstrate the validity of...Read more »
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