In most states, there are several other methods by which the statute of limitations can be extended. ... So, if the statute of limitations in your state is three years, and the defendant was outside the state for two years after the accident, the statute... Read more »
In your case I doubt it but why not contact an attorney handling a tobacco litigation case to see--you may be covered under a "class" of people when your state AG or some attorney filed a class action.
I do not practice in Nevada and can't advise on the specifics of Nevada civil/criminal procedure, but your question hasn't been picked up in four weeks. As a general matter throughout the nation, the criminal prosecution is a separate action from the civil proceeding, resulting in injury claimants...Read more »
Yes, you will have to retain an attorney to file a complaint against the individual driving the other car. However, you will need to get the treatment needed as soon as possible and probably wait until treatment is done in order to know what the value of your case is before filing the Complaint.
Service elevators are not protected by law. That’s a company policy and the only reason they are called service elevators is because they are generally larger in size, able to carry a heavier load, and keep the public... Read more »
An unlicensed driver who obtains insurance is then able to register her car and obtain valid plates. Doesn't this make the insurance company directly complicit in her DUI? Hoping the minimum coverage limit they are providing could be increased in such a manner?
The apartment complex can be held responsible for an injury resulting from a fallen stove, it would just depend on a few factors. Was the stove installed negligently? Did the apartment complex have any other complaints of a similar nature? (Notice).
Whether or not the person was drunk would not typically matter when deciding the amount of the award to be given. By proving the driver was drunk, there will be less fighting over liability in this issue. But for damages, they are going to depend on the amount and expense of the treatment that...Read more »
Since there are close to 250-300 million american workers that would bring my share to around 4.2 million dollars. I'd like to be compensated, since this was done without consent. Is there a lawyer who will take my case?
Depends on your injuries and what the records say. However pedestrian run down cases can have severe consequences over time and you really should consult a member of the Nv. Trial Lawyers Assn--they give free consults.
Almost 2 weeks ago, I was horribly injured at work. Taken to a hospital by ambulance, bleeding. Stitched up. Did not hear from WC insurance for 4 days. Made my own appointment for a surgeon's visit. Had surgery scheduled. WC insurance cancelled the surgery at last moment. Now I am in danger... Read more »
You should not be at the mercy or whim of the worker's compensation carrier. Get an attorney in place now. Worker's compensation attorneys know the system and how to push to get the clients the care that the clients absolutely need and deserve. Most worker's compensation attorneys will give you...Read more »
Last february, I was involved in an accident with a rented car. I had my signal light to turn and the driver of big company van hit me in the back. It resulted in head and neck injuries that restrained me from finishing my current semester at university. If I have a case, am I in right of suing the... Read more »
I am sorry about your injuries. That is not fair, and you should be fully compensated. Tell me which major city your accident was NEAR, so I can tell you a good civil attorney to confer with. Was the other vehicle merely a citizen renting the van, or was it a business renting it?...Read more »
My attorney called one day in March and told me had my settled my claim for a little more than the original offer. I asked why he did so without my consent. I was upset. He said because of a previous phone call when I said ok. I reminded him that in that phone call he called to tell me the amount... Read more »
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