Per doc instructions, I am to be off work for no less than 25 days and I am self employed. I have pip ins coverage. Do I need an attorney to help or should I rely on my own insurance company to take care of me
If there was a police presence and a police report filed, the more likely there will be charges. Charges are ultimately decided by the prosecutor's office. I would need a bit more information to provide you with a more accurate answer.
i suddenly started having trouble hearing after the rear end car accident. I was a passenger in the back seat. i was asleep when the first vehicle hit us. Then sat forward a little looking out the opposite back door window. When we were hit again and my head and ear and wrist hit the drivers seat... Read more »
Yes. You need to talk to a member of the Mich. Assn for Justice in the county where the wreck happened--they give free consults. You can have the claim, it's not a slam dunk but it's there and it's significant. But you need to speak with an attorney--this isn't amateur hour...Read more »
You need to contact a member of the Michigan Assn for Justice who handles Landlord liability. They give free consultations. However a landlord is not required to have a working camera unless that is part of the lease, and security issue cases are often difficult, especially as the Republican...Read more »
Hi I was given a package by a post office worker at the actual post office counter. A USPS worker that was not addressed to me and was not in my name with out showing any sort of id. It was actually addressed to the postoffice itself to a fake alias.I was wondering if there was a proceedure law or... Read more »
Does this mean I no longer can file another lawsuit for economic damages? I was not advised of the differences and now I'm coming to the end of my 3 years on no fault benefits PIP at least my wage loss and replacement services and soon this will stop. So now I will not be able to perform or... Read more »
Typically, when there is a settlement, there is a general release signed which ends up releasing the at-fault driver and insurance company from any further liability. You may want to consult with an attorney in your area to see if you truly waived all of your legal rights. Good luck.
Go to the county court where the decision would have been made, if it was a state court case. If Federal, you would go to wheichever Federal Court (Eastern District/Detroit; Western District/Kalamazoo[I believe]).
I doubt it as they were parked and you were moving, even if they shouldn't have been parked there, you could see them and would've run into a stopped vehicle if you handn't veered off and had a different crash.
Members of the Michigan Assnfor Justice give free consults. Suggest you get one.
Not when filing but yes it's a limit. Contact a member of the Michigan Assn for Justice--they give Free consultations. If you look at your policy you have selected a certain amount. The other person also has an amount they set.
However in most states the filing amount is either a...Read more »
No one was hurt, or there at the time. We were coming home from vacation, and have a hunch who may have done this, but no real proof. Not enough, anyway, but to me, it checks out. Just not to police. This was a home we were totally redoing, so tools/ladders and tons of new wood, doors, windows,... Read more »
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