I know the suit was filled by my Grandmother/Uncle/Aunt and Mother for the death of my Uncle that drowned in Loran Ohio, I believe the ore ship was out of Escanaba, MI.
answered on Feb 10, 2023
Go to the records department of the clerk of the court where the lawsuit was filed. You should be able to search by the case number or by the legal name of one of the parties.
The death was deemed a suicide, in 2007. I have the CSI officer's name. My mother did not have any other children, however, my dad, her husband before she died is still alive and I live with him. The case is closed.
answered on Sep 20, 2022
I don't think it's a CSI report you are looking for; perhaps an autopsy report? You are going to need an adult to help you get that.
Body of deceased was under county jurisdiction. Autopsy was to be performed to determine cause of death, but kidneys and liver were taken prior to autopsy. No samples of either organ were provided to Chief Medical Examiner. COD still undetermined. Autopsy was performed missing two vital organs. Is... Read more »
answered on Feb 15, 2022
It might depend on the circumstances involving the death that required a particularly level of autopsy, and whether or not the CME authorized release.
If a family member dies under suspicious circumstances and we want to uncover wrong-doing and negligent treatment by officials and care-givers, what are our rights in demanding all records associated with the decedent's medical treatment? We want records from public mental health agencies... Read more »
answered on Feb 11, 2022
It's going to take a lot, and you'd probably be wise to hire an attorney to help you undertake all that and to do it properly.
You're not getting judge's notes, however. But most everything else, there is a way - through HIPAA or FOIA.
He went into cardiac arrest after being drugged and assaulted. He was a legally incapacitated adult.
answered on Jan 4, 2022
Death certificates are administrative, and may show more than what an autopsy determines. It's reasonable to expect some lag time.
In the case of the Michigan school shooter what if the defense argues that the boy had mental health problems and argues that the parents were negligent in not seeking treatment, buying a gun for their teenage son and not notifying the school that he had access to gun? Can the state use the... Read more »
Is there still a case? It was a Johnson and Johnson mesh she had put in her in 2012. She saw a Specialist in 2018 and he told her the quality of life she had now is the best it’s going to be and it couldn’t be removed. It had already broken down in her body by then and caused a fistula. Long... Read more »
answered on Jul 7, 2021
I'm very sorry for the loss of your mother. A Michigan attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for a week. You ask very good questions. Yes, there are product liability suits that do not necessarily involve recalls. And yes, you should try another lawyer. They may tell you the... Read more »
Our 30 year old daughter passed last year suddenly, no will, now my ex got a lawyer and is suing the hospital etc. for wrongful death, medical malpractice and other damages. I was sent forms to sign that I agree with her and fully cooperate with their legal services, which I don’t agree! My... Read more »
answered on Sep 29, 2020
Interesting. Wrongful death and medical malpractice claims are complex enough that you would be well advised to discuss this letter with an attorney before signing it. Your ex can, quite likely, proceed without your signature or cooperation.
answered on Apr 21, 2020
I assume your wrongful death claim would be for your sibling? You could possibly open a probate estate for that person and initiate a wrongful death suit. It's highly complex so you'll need an attorney.
Can the prosecution's witness legally tamper with the defendants witnesses by committing witness intimidation?
Was attacked and beat to death in our home. No weapon was used just his hands. My husbands skull was caved in. Can I sue the defendant that is charged with the murder?
My ob gyn said my baby was healthy when I was pregnant but I was sick so she prescribed me zofran. I was not informed of any major risks to myself or my baby by taking this drug. Thinking that I could trust my own doctor I thought it was safe. A short time after taking the prescribed drug, I... Read more »
answered on Jul 7, 2019
I'm very sorry for your loss. As a starting point, you could contact a medical malpractice attorney in Michigan for an initial consultation. In terms of your question about having a case, that is something an attorney could make a more meaningful determination after learning more details from... Read more »
He had a wife and children and step children living parents also
answered on Dec 12, 2017
No. Wrongful death is a civil case. Presumably the insurance company for the hospital or doctor she worked for has given her an attorney and she can discuss the case with that person.
of there camera did not work now no one will talk to the police so can i sued tthe apatment complex cause it no justice for my son
answered on Dec 7, 2017
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 »
I believe this was the most horriffic nightmare not only the loss of my Son but had the police involved myself , or my daughter, instead of making us STAY across the street and police asked nothing about my SON, the police were running back and forth across the street to tell us "your Son... Read more »
answered on Aug 24, 2017
Not sure what happened but before you send letters to the police, if your son is chaged talk to a lawyer. If your son was killed someohow, then discuss it with a member of the Michigan Assn for Justice --they give free consults.
My stepmother filed suite against Canadian National for pain and suffering as my father worked in the United States at the railroad 43 years. He had asbestosis. My sister and I are listed as beneficiaries on the lawsuit. I found out in may of 2017 the railroad has settled out of court yet my sister... Read more »
answered on Jul 18, 2017
You need to contact the bar association for the state where the attorney is. Further, who is handling the estate?
answered on Jun 9, 2017
Only if Michigan recognizes the union.May make for a challenge case if not-contact a member of the Michigan Assn for Justice.
answered on May 23, 2017
I believe it's three years. Why not consult a member of the Michigan Assn for Justice--they give free consults.
which state would I file a wrongful death claim in?
answered on Feb 24, 2017
I strongly recommend you consult a personal injury attorney about this matter. Issues such as venue and jurisdiction can be just as important as the damages and causation issues in the case. My Office offers free consultations and handles car accident and wrongful death claims across the country
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