My Dad had Melanoma skin cancer and was on the medicine Eliquis where his whole body was covered in rashes, they told him it wasn’t the medicine and it continued to get worse. The hospitals didn’t wrap the infections and let him go with over the counter cream. In which turned into... Read more »
A Pennsylvania attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. I'm very sorry for the loss of your father. The best way to answer your question would be to reach out to med mal law firms to try to arrange a free initial consult. That's the norm in the industry with...Read more »
Long story short, I tried to answer a complaint filed towards me by myself but apparently I didn’t answer it correctly. So I had 20 days to submit an amended answer and I hired a lawyer. Many lawyers said they couldn’t get the answer in in time so I didn’t hire them. One firm said they could... Read more »
A Pennsylvania attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. In terms of your question about what you can do, one option is to review the file with an attorney. It would be difficult for any attorney to offer more detailed insight than that without seeing the file and...Read more »
The intubation was done by a nurse anesthetist. It may (or may not) have been his first day! Since then, my voice is raspy/whispering without strength or volume behind it. All of my current drs have said I need to have it checked by a... Read more »
A Pennsylvania attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. I'm sorry for your ordeal with the hospital. In terms of your question of whether you have a valid case to pursue, it would be difficult for an attorney to offer an opinion. You could reach out to med mal law...Read more »
was hospitalized( was admitted), and given an emergency blood transfusion. Was this not an accident? Is needing a stat blood transfusion critical? And I was admitted to the hospital but because I wasn't there 24 hours they denied that claim as well?
A Pennsylvania attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. And it's possible that time could be of the essence in responding to the denial. I am very sorry for your ordeal.
The short answer is that an attorney consult could be valuable here, unless you are...Read more »
A Pennsylvania attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Yes, they can be seen as the SAME in terms of the basic underlying legal theories applied. The claimant will need to show that the product was defective. This could mean the product was defectively designed,...Read more »
I was in an accident but I'm not sure if I am going to go through with the insurance company. The claim is for my injury and also for my personal belongings. If I accepted the payment for my belongings, but didn't agree with the offer for my injury claim, would I still be able to get an... Read more »
A Pennsylvania attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. In general nationwide, people do settle their property damage claims at the beginning of a case, while the bodily injury portion of the case can move forward at a slower pace, sometimes taking years....Read more »
A Pennsylvania attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Nationwide, cases involving minors can involve an Infant Compromise Order (different jurisdictions might use slightly different terms). Your attorney probably filed paperwork for this and should be able to...Read more »
There isn't a numbered limit in the Pennsylvania Rules, but some counties will limit the number of questions in their local rules. Philadelphia is one such county for example. Check the local rules of civil procedure in whatever county the case is filed. Best of luck.
A Pennsylvania attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Some information may have been left off here. It isn't fully clear in what context the money left for you materialized, and your post straddles a number of categories - each could have different manners in...Read more »
A Pennsylvania attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for three weeks. Attorneys assigned by an insurance carrier will sometimes advise a policyholder it is their right to explore outside counsel. Your insurance carrier's attorney would likely be in a better position to offer...Read more »
I was involved in a motor accident. treatment for 5 mths. Doctor after 3 mths placed me on 4 hr work restriction and finally limited me to a continuous and permanent 4 hr work restriction. So I can no longer make the money I used to make unless I try to get another less manual work. The insurance... Read more »
My seasonal role turned permanent, then I was fired weeks after reporting a sexual & verbal harassment incident; I was demoted and reported to another department and had no idea until another employee mentioned it. My vehicle was vandalized on the companies property, my timecard was deactivated... Read more »
I am not sure what your question is, but clearly you have several issues. I would strongly suggest that you contact an employment law attorney in your area as soon as possible to explore whether or not you wish to move forward with the EEOC complaint. Furthermore, if you still have issues with...Read more »
Back in July 2021, my family and myself were walking through Walmart around 5 p.m, the store wasn't too crowded as we were in the back. My spouse and step son were walking in front of myself and my daughter. As they passed one of the columns (they were a good distance away from it), one of the... Read more »
Because it is a business premises, the liability of the store is based upon the duty that it owes to the person who was injured. In this case, since the families were o the premises as customers, they are business invitees and are owed the highest degree of care. The piece that was used to secure...Read more »
I have pictures of the sidewalk and my face and leg where I was injured. And to be honest I just wanted them to fix my phone and iPad that broke when I fell. But the lady told me to get my lawyer to call there’s. I went to take pictures a week later. I couldn’t stop shaking and my left eye has... Read more »
If you haven't already, go see a doctor. As far as the sidewalk, in Pennsylvania it's a split responsibility between the town and the owner of the property (if it's not the town). Contact an attorney who is a member of the Pennsyvlania Assn for Justice in the town. They give free...Read more »
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