The fire department recently came to drain the fire hydrant at my house, while coming across my bridge it collapsed. There is no way for me to leave my house now as that was the only way. It’s going on the third day The fire department said they turned it into their insurance but I haven’t... Read more »
answered on Sep 26, 2020
A West Virginia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for five weeks. Hopefully, you've resolved the matter by now. If not, ask them if they could offer the insurance carrier's information to see if the matter could be expedited. If it was a private bridge, you could... Read more »
answered on Aug 26, 2020
A West Virginia attorney could answer best, but your question remains open for two weeks. As as general matter, it could be a difficult case. In such lawsuits, a claimant usually needs to demonstrate that they sustained a significant injury that carries some measure of duration or permanence. This... Read more »
answered on Feb 7, 2020
A citation, possibly loss of use of your vehicle. If you want to teach them do it on private property where there are no other vehicles. It's possible you could also be charged with endangering a minor, which can be a serious problem. Let an adult do the drivers ed.
All I want is my channels back that I’m paying for on my bill
answered on Jan 26, 2020
This is something you shouldn't need to pay a lawyer to do. Contact their customer service dept. and try to resolve it through them. Good luck
I had sciolioisis surgery in 2000. The pins and rods used to repair my back have been recalled as of this year 2019, due to faulty materials and i need details on how to open a case pretaining to my situation. Please help
answered on Dec 10, 2019
First, the fact they are defective as a group doesn't mean yours are unless yours failed. Otherwise you have no case as you haven't been hurt.
Why not get a consultation with a member of the West Va Trial Lawyers Assn that handles product cases--they give free consults.... Read more »
answered on Oct 29, 2019
You'll need to go online and research the current situation with tobacco litigation and find out what firms are working in this area - it's a narrow sector of injury/product liability. There have been several waves of cases in past years. Good luck
answered on Oct 26, 2019
You're going to have to do some research into the current state of litigation on the matter and find law firms that handle these cases. These cases have been filed for a long time over history, and there have been several major waves of lawsuits over the years. They are not the type of cases... Read more »
I got first degree burns to my face and neck, it burnt off my eyelashes and eyebrows, and has messed with my vision
answered on May 20, 2018
This can be a very complicated case, and costly, too. What exactly blew up? Did the grill malfunction? Was the grill well maintained? Was it a gas grill--and did the propane tank explode? Did a connection leak?
All of these questions must be answered to determine who was at fault. But the... Read more »
no harm to him but could have been, we called store and she had no concerns then corporate and no response. I have the plastic and I have pictuers
answered on Aug 31, 2017
Any case of negligence requires an element of damage. If there are no damages, then there is no case to bring.
I am the mdl in the west Virginia court and I see I have a case and number but the lawyer representativing is from another law firm si I am confused. Also do you have to be present for these trials
answered on May 16, 2017
I would suggest you get a clear answer to your question about who your attorney is from the counsel you originally hired and signed a contract with. In many of these MDL product defect cases, lawyers will collaborate with other lawyers/law firms who may have already litigated the same type of case... Read more »
answered on Jan 14, 2017
The length of time to actually get possession of a settlement check can depend on a number of factors including, but not limited to: parties contributing to settlement, if Medicare is involved, if a court needs to approve settlement and satisfaction of any medical lien holders. Some states have... Read more »
They admitted that they left the bolt lose. They gave me a free oil change for their mistake This could have been a deadly mistake. A free oil change is a slap in the face. Are they anything else that I can do? Thanks Shawn
answered on Oct 5, 2016
You don't get a recovery for what could have happened but didn't. If you were in Court tomorrow you have no damage you suffered other than a nasty scare. If you had towing charges, or if tires damaged then those are things they should pay for.
I went to a local restaurant ( Wendy's). and ordered a sandwich with no tomatoes because I am allergic to them. when I checked my food it had tomatoes on it .I then went and ordered another sandwich because I was afraid they would just take them off. Again I told them no tomatoes I am allergic... Read more »
answered on Aug 24, 2016
You have a claim. I suggest you contact a member of the W.Va. Assn for Justice as their members give free consultations.
They may suggest that fortunately you caught it and it's a lesser case in which case get some thoughts as to what you'll need for small claims court. But get the free consult.
answered on Aug 28, 2015
You can ask one of the parties or their lawyer. If there was a settlement, it might be confidential.
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