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Q: IN a wrongful death case against a Doctor where my husband died. The lawyer for our side settled for 110,000 after 3.

THe hospital kept him on but the state thinks he is guilty. Can I now sue the hospital?

Peter N. Munsing
Peter N. Munsing answered on Jun 23, 2016

Not as I see it but your lawyer should be consulted. Generally, it would be past the statute of limitations for a new claim, and the release you signed would also release the hospital in all liklihood.

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Q: in a wrongful death suit, when a judgement has been made, what is the judgement debtor's claim for exemption for?

a judgement for the release of property and sale of certain personal property was made and the wrongful death suit was won by the trustee's of the decedent's property. The judgement debtor in this case is the decedent's wife.

Adam Studnicki
Adam Studnicki answered on Aug 28, 2015

More information is needed to answer. Talk to a local lawyer.

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