The incident took place on October 25, 2016. I didn't find out that she had a concussion until later I took her to the ER based off of her symptoms. My daughter told me that she had a headache; however she's 5 so I assumed she was just mocking and trying to get attention. It was until her... Read more »
If you are over 20 I can't imagine any state that wouldn't find that you are barred by the Statute of Limitations. Let me note however that your parents had given consent, so the doctor was doing what at the time was viewed as a normal procedure.Let me also note that many doctors still...Read more »
You need to contact a member of the Michigan Assn for Justice who handles workers compensation claims--most states have a state fund to cover situations like yours.Short answer is if there is no comp you may sue them for the injury.
I have a teacher (I am in high school) that says my acid reflux condition is not a valid excuse for me to miss her class even if I am vomiting. She also refuses to help me or give me clarification on assignments because of this. A fellow student messaged me as I was in the office saying that our... Read more »
Unlikely. If you do have a medical condition your parents need to ask for an IEP (individual educational plan) to allow you education without harassment. If you don't have to be in her class after this year you can see what procedures are in place to require schools to take and record...Read more »
The liability for a dog bite or dog attack will depend on the laws in place where the incident took place. Some states have strict liability for dog bite incident. In other words, a dog owner is liable even if the dog never attacked a person in the past. Some states have a "one bite...Read more »
In most States, there is a dangerous instrumentality type of law which makes the owner of a motor vehicle / motorcycle liable for the negligent acts of the driver / operator. You definitely want to make sure there is plenty of insurance that is in place. Another option may be to have the...Read more »
If they get a judgment in excess of your policy limits, they can go after your assets. They would most likely not be able to foreclose on your real property due to multiple owners, but they could place a lien on them for when they are sold. A bankruptcy may be of some use to you if it gets that...Read more »
Best to talk to a lawyer and answer that as part of the overall case strategy.
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My son is 12..(but developmentally delayed which is why he was still attending daycare) the other child is 6. My son is currently being charged with 1st degree csc for genital/mouth penetration. I have been told the 6 year olds parents have grounds to sue the child care but I have nothing because... Read more »
Possibly. Talk to a local injury lawyer about the specifics.
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This woman has screamed out her door at both of my children saying things like your father isn't your father and nobody likes you. She has called my older daughter a fat ass among other things and has called me a race mixer. This has been going on for over a year now and I feel helpless. How... Read more »
My 8 year old son was invited to the neighbors house to play. He had fell out their tree. He sustained several fractures, fracture of Mastoid Bone; Fracture of Temporal Bone; Concussion; Hearing loss. Stayed in the hospital for two days.
Do I have a case if I was to sue the homeowners insurance?
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