They told my fiance and mom they had to put me in the coma because I was threatening to hurt myself or others which was a total lie but in my medical records it says I had respiratory failure which was also a lie I ended up getting MRSA and pneumonia because they didn't clean the feeding tube... Read more »
Sorry to hear what happened to you. If you wish to pursue a medical malpractice lawsuit, you will need to obtain copies of your medical / hospital records and speak with an experienced medical malpractice attorney so that they can have them reviewed by an appropriate expert. Almost all of them...Read more »
on a greyhound bus going from nyc to raleigh, i had noticed odd behavior from a group of passengers. once I saw that this group was passing objects up the aisle like clockwork, i muttered under my breath 'theyre robbing people in plain sight'. the man, who was next to me, was involved in... Read more »
Unless you can identify the passengers who robbed you, you do not have many options apart from reporting the matter to the police (which you did). With regard to legal action against Greyhound, the actions of the bus driver (assuming them to be true) clearly fall outside the scope of his...Read more »
I'm a private citizen who's surfaced indisputable online video evidence against defendants sworn testimony in an active slip & fall tort lawsuit. I have more than 600+ hours of personal time performing online research for a planned lawsuit against the same named defendant for a... Read more »
If I understand you correctly, you have evidence which would be of use to plaintiff's counsel in a lawsuit and want to get paid for the time you spent compiling such evidence. Although you can certainly speak with plaintiff's counsel to discuss your proposal, unless you were retained /...Read more »
Sam, a delivery guy from X’s company was chased by a dog. Steve, driving and trying to avoid hitting Sam, turned his car to the left and accidentally went into the store and injured himself and three other people. Is Sam or his company liable for the injured people?
If this is a real-life setting, Sam could be dragged into the equation, depending on his alternatives, the reasonableness of his reaction, and the scope of coverage provided by the company's insurance. If this is a textbook setting, which is doubtful, since students never turn to Justia as a...Read more »
Under the law, hospitals in New York are required to keep patient records for six (6) years after the date of discharge or, in the case of a minor, three (3) years after the patient reaches the age of 18; or at least six (6) years after the date of death....Read more »
After the emergency surgery, the surgeon found out that my implant was wrongly placed over 20+ years which has led to injury to my ear area - based on the MRI finding as well as Cat Scan. It is suspected that CI company and surgeon knew about it and falsely reported that it was in the place but... Read more »
I'm sorry for your ordeal with the cochlear implant. To evaluate the legal merits of your position, you could reach out to med mal attorneys and try to arrange a free initial consult. If a law firm felt there was a viable basis for a case, they could retrieve your patient records and review...Read more »
It could mean the other side didn't acknowledge their appearance on the court system's e-filing system (NYSCEF - New York State Courts Electronic Filing). In a broader sense, it could also have more general meanings, depending on context. Good luck
I'm sorry for your new injuries. It's likely that at the conclusion of your original case, you signed a release. New York personal injury releases generally contain terms where in consideration for money received, the claimant releases the defendant of all claims, present and future,...Read more »
This may be more a personal injury law question than one about educational law. I'm sorry about the assault on your daughter. I hope she is okay. These scenarios are fact-intensive and require examination of school's supervision and other factors. I recommend you reach out to law firms to...Read more »
It could depend on whether there were any safety issues related to the control of the property owner. But in general, the short answer is that such injuries are generally covered by workers' comp. Good luck
You have a right to change lawyers at any time, for any reason. If you are not satisfied with your current legal representation, find a new lawyer. You can find many excellent attorneys using the Find a Lawyer tab on the JUSTIA homepage. Keep in mind that your new lawyer will have to reimburse...Read more »
In terms of legal recourses (lawsuits), there would generally need to be an element of damages. I'm sorry for your ordeal here. I hope your son has not suffered any significant physical consequences of not having a pump. Attorneys who work in education law might have additional insight aside...Read more »
I'm sorry about your stepdaughter's accident. I hope that she and everyone else involved in the accident is okay. Any defense representation that is required should be arranged by her insurance carrier (or the carrier for the vehicle, if she was driving someone else's car). The...Read more »
There is a large tree in the backyard of the property that has displaced my fence, and also caused damage to my backyard's foundation due to the roots growing through the ground. The property is also occupied by squatters and the bank may, or may not be attempting to evict. (I've reached... Read more »
It really depends. If the power line is your own personal line (as opposed a utility company's line), you could certainly recover the cost to repair the line and damages which are a reasonably foreseeable consequence of the incident. On the other hand, as plaintiff, you are required to...Read more »
She has made me feel like a burden to everyone, she lies and tells me that im over reacting. Recently my dog passed away, her lungs collapsed and she had bruising from something, the first person she said it was , was me. I know i never did anything to my dog but she said she "thinks"... Read more »
You can certainly sue someone for defamation / slander if they are making false statements about you. In any defamation case, however, you have to prove that the false statements caused you damages. Moreover, unless your aunt has any assets worth pursuing, a successful lawsuit against her might...Read more »
I was in the mall with my son when I saw one of those moving toy cars for children .. I put my son in and while I was going to put money in I got a strong electric shock in my leg and a strong shock .. luckily my son is well .. but i am having leg and hand problems losing my job as a chef .. there... Read more »
You quite possibly have a disability discrimination case, depending upon how "reasonable" your request to work from home was. Probably more important, however, is the fact that you haven't been paid OT in 3 years. If you are a nonexempt employee, and are therefore entitled to...Read more »
The situation involves illegal sedation of a disabled person in a group home with evidence, and neglect/abuse with evidence. The group home agency has failed to correct the situation or address the situation appropriately on so many levels it's mind-blowing. We also want to sue for... Read more »
I'm sorry for your family's ordeal. Although this site doesn't operate like a lawyer referral service, the closest feature here is the Find-a-Lawyer tab above. You could use it to supplement searches you've already conducted. There's also a Lawyer Referral resource with the...Read more »
Can I sue someone for IIED if the person I was having a conversation with recorded the conversation (a conversation in which I was saying bad things) and this person sent the tape of the conversation to my boss, which then led to me being fired?
The actions of person who recorded your statement, although perhaps unethical, does not rise to the level required to bring an action for intentional infliction of emotional distress. Conduct that could support such a lawsuit must be so extreme and outrageous as to go beyond all possible bounds of...Read more »
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