Peter N. Munsing's answer You can file a claim with the police. You may have a claim for intentional infliction of emotional distress but those are very technical. I can give you names of attorneys who may be able to help depending on your geographic area.
Mark Scoblionko's answer You would have to check the indices of the Prothonotary/Clerk of Courts/Clerk of Judicial Records for the County where the dentist is located. Since you are not a lawyer and would not have access to the electronic records, you would probably have to go to the office personally and request assistance to do the search.
Timur Akpinar's answer You have to ask the law firm representing you in the class action lawsuit. But if the action is still pending, many firms could be reluctant to speculate about an outcome or to discuss figures.
Cary B. Hall's answer I suggest first making a claim with their homeowner's insurance, and see where things go from there. If you're not satisfied with the settlement offer, then you could sue your mother and girlfriend, and the insurance company would defend the lawsuit -- and ultimately pay for any civil verdict you obtain up to policy limits.
I also suggest you sit down with a personal injury attorney to discuss your options more fully. Best of luck to you.
With respect to criminal prosecution, it is not your decision whether charges are filed. The local police department that responded to your call and the district attorney for the county in which this incident occurred have complete discretion when it comes to prosecuting the case. To the extent the matter is prosecuted, make sure that the police are aware of the costs incurred at the veterinarian. You may be able to obtain...
Peter N. Munsing's answer I have no idea what type of adjuster, was it an on the job injury etc. if it was on the job contact a member of the Pa. Assn for Justice who handles workers comp who is in the county where this happened. They give free consultations.
Timur Akpinar's answer They could be, but how long that takes would depend upon the complexity of the case, the number of parties, the amount of time it takes to complete discovery (which can be lengthy in such cases because of extensive expert testimony), and the inclination of the parties to negotiate as the proceedings run their course.
Cary B. Hall's answer You're asking an attorney on here to explain to you what your boyfriend is thinking. Impossible.
But perhaps re-read your question to yourself, and then ask *yourself* a deeper question: why are you even with this guy? He broke your nose, and now is dreaming up some half-cocked plan to try to prevent you from seeking civil damages or criminal prosecution because of it, and says he won't trust *you* until you sign on some crazy dotted line somewhere. This guy has "bad news" written...
Elizabeth Tarasi's answer I will be happy to represent you and your family in the civil case. In working on the civil case I will push what can be pushed in the criminal case. My office number is 412-391-7135. Web site www.tarasilaw.com
Peter N. Munsing's answer If you can show there was an injury. Technically you do, but whether it's worth bringing depends on whether there was an injury. Contact an attorney for the county where it happened.
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