Over the week I was involved in a car accident. The other person involved is 100% responsible. I ended up calling her insurance company to file a claim. Now I have her insurance company contacting me to give them permission to release my car to them. Should I speak with a lawyer first & let them... Read more »
Talking to a lawyer, at least to get general information about how to proceed, is a good idea. Many, if not most, "personal injury" lawyers in NC give a FREE CONSULTATION. I put "personal injury" in quotes because an important consideration is whether there were injuries or...Read more »
I've asked her to stop in person a couple times, written a letter and given it to her and talked to her landlord. She stops for a while then starts up again. Is there anything else I can do? My yard is fenced in and I should be able to let my dogs out into it without any problems or having to go... Read more »
Depends on whose fault the wreck was. If it was their fault they are, their Doctor may have some liability unless the vision was correctable. If doctor said get glasses, they don't --not the doctor's fault.
When I was 4 my mom stood for me in court as I was a minor. I was injured at a daycare and my mom sued them for 60,000. The lawyer took 20%. Years later I am now eighteen years of age and am in search of the insurance company who has the money. The lawyer, court, and even the daycare claim they... Read more »
This was done out of spite. Can i take her to court? Trees are on my property. Now my trees are damaged. 11 trees damaged out of 19. We paid $2800 thats when they were little trees. We also had our land surveyed and she remives our stakes thats on her side. She claims that our fence is on her land... Read more »
If the limbs crossed over into your neighbors property she can likely cut them as long as it doesn't kill the tree. Your best bet is to consult with a local attorney and start costing her money as well. Usually after getting spanked in the wallet a couple of times, neighbors start keeping to...Read more »
Levofloxacin has severe and major side effects, and for this reason the FDA says not to prescribe it for sinusitis because the potential side effects outweigh any benefit when the infection is minor. The most common major side effects are Peripheral Neuropathy which is chronic and can be... Read more »
you have 3 years from the date of the last injury. If it's within that time frame the other question is,if successful are you likely to be able to collect on that. Speak with the attorney who handled your divorce for starters. If not married, consult a member of the NC Assn for Justice--they give...Read more »
basically don't focus on key words --you need to look at the medical records they have. Your medical records need to show that you have a disabling condition and the reasons why that is. This would be usually in the medical records but most often in a letter from a doctor that discusses why they...Read more »
When I was 16 I got into a lot of trouble. The court system waited until I was an adult to fully convict me of a misdemeanor marijuana possession (1/2 > 1 & 1/2 oz) and now it's causing damage to my adult life. Is there any way to put these charges onto my juvenile record so that they will no... Read more »
I'm asking for someone who is in prison. He was attacked by prison guards who used unreasonable force and violated his amendment rights. He gained evidence against them in a civil lawsuit, and they admitted to hurting him. However, now they're doing a tort commission case, and his only evidence... Read more »
I have had two or three of these cases over the past 35 years of practicing personal injury law. The answer to your question is the answer to this question: What happened to you after you took the medicine? Without knowing what happened to you, if anything, there can be no way of advising about...Read more »
There may be a claim or case against the neighbor for the injuries caused by the dog. It appears that North Carolina has strict liability for dog bite and dog attack cases. The pursuit of the case will depend on the situation, the particular fact pattern, the availability of homeowner's...Read more »
I did not break any bones , but have a pulled muscle and lots of pain and bruising. i went to the hospital by ambulance. the claims adjuster says that in North Carolina there insurance will only pay a certain percentage ,
As I understand it, North Carolina is a tough state for personal injury victims as applied to slip and fall OR trip and fall cases. North Carolina has contributory negligence laws in place. As such, if the victims is determined to be only partially at fault for the incident, this may, in turn,...Read more »
Comparative negligence refers to the situation in which two or more people or entities are at fault for an incident or accident. For instance, let's say that a driver is turning left into the right of way of a speeding driver. Under this scenario, it appears that both drivers are comparatively at...Read more »
The vehicle was 3500 cash he agreed to finance it for one year with 1500 down after a month I made my first payment of 300 the next day I was hit insurance has totaled the vehicle he is saying the payoff is 3300 after financing it for a year it would have been 5100 at $300 a month however I've only... Read more »
If there is a written contract, then the terms of the contract govern what you must pay. Typically lender contracts have clauses that cover early payment. If this is just an individual, then it is the terms that you agreed to whether in writing or verbal. If you did not agree to pay interest for...Read more »
First, get two estimates of repairs. Make copies. Send them to whoever you expect to pay. If you were hurt in the car and it was a wreck with another car, contact a member of the NC Association for Justice--they give free consults.
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