Personal insurance covered everything when stores should have, so they taking for every doc visit, which still happens frequently. Delays seem to be from our own lawyer at this point, we were told to sign months ago, without being able to see itemized receipt even though we asked for it. The... Read more »
If lawyer is out of country and has access to email, that should still enable wrapping up paperwork for case. If you are able to establish email contact and carrier is willing to work with digital scans of releases, lien forms, and other related paperwork for closing out the case, that might be an...Read more »
I'm sorry about your injuries. A Pennsylvania attorney would really need to answer your question, as it would involve state law regarding statutes of limitations. But your question remains open for two weeks. Contact a Pennsylvania attorney to discuss these, but I'm afraid that in most...Read more »
While waiting with no explanation, transplant became impossible and was told without treatment life expectancy is 6 months to less than a year. Only when asked why the transplant was being delayed, office staff had no answer and doctors were not available for weeks.
A Pennsylvania attorney could best answer your question, as it could be defined under state law. As a general point, public entities such as school districts could have short notice of claim requirements. Good luck
I slipped and hit my head at my place of employment but was not on the clock. ER diagnosed me with a concussion and whiplash. I've been off work since Nov. 8th. My employer said her insurance doesnt cover missed wages.
You should consult a worker's compensation lawyer to see if you have a worker's compensation claim even though you were not on the clock. Secondly, if you fell because of the employer's negligence, the employer's liability insurance would potentially be responsible for lost...Read more »
It very well could be. However, you would need an independent expert to offer an opinion that these conditions existed at the time of the inspection, were within the scope of work undertaken by the initial inspector, and ought to have been discovered.
A Pennsylvania attorney could advise you in the best manner, but your question remains open for a week. You're the one who must decide whether you choose to open a claim. Whether your claim has strong merit is something you could better determine by consulting with an injury attorney in...Read more »
I reported this to the security on the cruise ship and they told me that they had no cameras in anywhere. I was punched by a man on deck 10 of the ship. I have a huge black eye from this. I live in Pennsylvania. Is there a way I Can I still pursue this
If your son went on the neighbors property then the neighbor doesn't have an obligation to know your son will engage in vandalism. If your son is young how did he get to the neighbors yard? Who was watching him?
So my neighbor has been causing me problems for some time now, telling the rest of my neighborhood and my small town that I cook meth and I am a drug addict and how I steal from every where, I believe she has gotten me evicted from my apartment although my landlord is trying to say its for non... Read more »
It would depend on the circumstances. Two influencing factors are: If you obtained injuries that are proven to be related to the fall, AND it can be determined they did not follow the standard of care.
I fell at home went to hospital were I’m admitted and they can’t do any test where I’m in extreme pain in my back cause of my weight then I had a chest pain and they couldn’t due anything cause of my weight
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.
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...Read more »
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...Read more »
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