Rules of evidence can differ from state to state, but in general, medical records can demonstrate pain and suffering. You mention time off from work. If applicable, also save evidence of activities you were not able to perform as a result of injuries. Also save records of the use of any...Read more »
For something of this importance, you should consult with a workers' compensation attorney. Many give free consultations. Additionally, try posting your question in the workers' comp section of this board.
Yes but the requirements are pretty strict as the law doesn't like it because it's hard to know if it's for real.You need to talk to an attorney about your child's case so discuss yours at the same tome. Contact a member of the Oklahoma Assn for Justice--they give free consultations.
We’re in Oklahoma the accident happened in Minco, OK to be specific. The livestock was in the middle of my lane I did everything I could to prevent hitting it but it happened anyway. I was almost to a complete stop when I saw the car behind us about to run into us so I then pulled to the side of... Read more »
CT scan revealed that 1 screw was accidentally placed in the middle of the transverse foramen of C1 vertebrae causing pinching and possibly more to the verterbral artery. The surgeon seems reluctant to do anything about it, which is unsettling.
Purchased wedding ring and gown. Purchased him $218 Bose ear buds which was a gift
Loaned him $100 of my children child support money and he stated to pay back. I have email of affairs, pictures of him with women, texts, emails of me asking for my $100 back and he told me he is done with... Read more »
The Dr. my lawyer sent me to did not do a complete examination on my injury and only turned in a small part of my injury. My lawyer is acting like he is not worried about it. And has also advised me to go to work. What should I do?
While dating I made an account on my boyfriend’s Mac computer. After the breakup he went into my profile to get my iMessages. Once inside my profile (on his computer), without my permission. he found sexual fantasy text messages and is threatening to send them to my parents or destroy my chances... Read more »
It is not, however you should contact the other party to advise they have no consent to access your private accounts. You should also seek to protect those accounts. Should those accounts be accessed, it can constitute an illegal “hacking,” and you should file a police report immediately.
I have an ongoing workman's comp case which requires physical therapy under care of a Orthopedic Dr. My Employer said since I missed work (have medical forms stating I could not work) that I will not receive my bonus.
You need to speak with a personal injury attorney ASAP. Your attorney can help determine whether you're receiving fair compensation for your injuries. As a general rule, represented persons receive more compensation that unrepresented persons.
Was in a 0% at fault wreck, where the other party broke the law and hit me. Vehicle is being repaired but I'd like to get diminished value of the vehicle to help hold me over while recovering from injuries and can't work.
If you have injuries you have an injury claim and should consult a member of the OK Trial Lawyers Assn--they give free consults. with your injuries this isn't d.i.y. It's also how you'll make up any loss on what you get for the property damage.
She is 19 and received virtually no training on how to handle situations like that other than to squirt them with a water bottle. There were 3 employees watching 70 dogs. She wasn’t even allowed to leave to get medical treatment even though she was bitten quite badly. What legal actions can she... Read more »
Depends on the nature of your injury. It's only been less than a year, and if they are arguing you had a preexisting condition--as they do in nearly every case short of amputation--yes, that can take that long.I'm assuming you have an attorney. If not you need to get one.
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