My son was in the Army and got hurt and had to have his whole left hip replaced. Because he was on so many pain meds he lost his life. Can I receive money from these law suits and from all the pain of losing my son and what he had do indure. Gary Phillips firstname.lastname@example.org
First please ask Justia to take down your email address. You'll get all types of unwanted attention.
Second, as to your question, you need to contact the person at the Attorney General's office to see if they are filing on behalf of the state or on behalf of people in your son's situation,...Read more »
The members are very secretive and will almost never communicate any message in plain English. They won't say they're going to kill you but by watching them and adding things up, it's clear that they want to kill me. My problem is that I have no official charge against me, I have never seen an... Read more »
Your issue does not appear to be something that could be worked out in a court of law and I do not believe a court order would sway the members you refer to from carrying out the execution order once it is issued. I would recommend you contact the Sovereign Military Order of the Temple of Jerusalem...Read more »
My Husband fractured his hip and went into the hospital for surgery. He was given to much anthesia and also received a shot of morphine an hour before surgery. When he went downstairs for surgery, they gave him another shot of what they called "happy juice." The anthesiologist was informed that he... Read more »
See my earlier response. If it's documented in the medical records or if there are blood samples from the time no. I'm not sure if an autopsy would or would not help without knowing more. Contact a member of the Az Assn for Justice that handles medical cases in your county for a free consult.
Was late Friday afternoon when this was occurring. Examples given and if we had them, were: take guns to pawn shop . Title loan on car jewelry tools artwork. Something showing value. My husband was to get his paycheck around 7 pm they were to close at 530.. We had no cash avail. They made dogs... Read more »
It is difficult to provide an answer without seeing the court order and knowing some more details. However, if your not signing the form 8332 would prohibit your child's father from taking the child as an exemption pursuant to a court order, then it is likely that he would be able to request that...Read more »
When he had the heart attack he tried to contact 911 but the phone call wouldn't go through because at the time of the heart attack there was a fiber line cut so for a couple hours no one in the region was able to contact 911. I believe that if he was able to get a hold of 911 then he would've... Read more »
No harm calling a member of the Az. Trial Lawyers Assn to see, they give free consults. There are problems showing carelessness and whether it would have made a difference. Question--did he have a cell phone and if he did would that have been effected?Get the consult and review those issues.
Hi, I was wondering if there's anything that can be done about a nurse practitioner who was prescribing someone oxycodone, sleeping pills and depression medication for the past 8 years. They recently added three other pain killers including morphine. They told the patient to come back two months... Read more »
My aunt was sent to the emergency because of breathing and she had an open wond that she's been going thru for years.. they said her lungs were good that she was able to go home but she was supposed to stay over night to get antibiotics.. so they had put her under observations and so I got a phone... Read more »
Father has put a wrongful death lawsuit/claim. The problem is he was never in her life and my father raised her. It's complicated because our mother is deceased now leaving four siblings from mom's side and four siblings from dad's side and a biological father who is now wanting to file this claim.... Read more »
In Arizona, here is who can file a wrongful death claim: the surviving spouse of a decedent, the surviving children of a decedent and a surviving parent or guardian of a decedent. Many wrongful death attorneys offer free case consultations. Your situation...Read more »
You'll want to contact a member of the Az Trial Lawyers Assn.They give free consults. Generally, if he was employable, yes, though if he had been out of work for a long time or had a spotty work history, it's a weak claim.
My attorney says he doesn't have the funds to continue the case. He says that the opposing firm have decided to spend him into the ground knowing that he can't afford to continue. What can I do? My mother was treated by a nurse that was not practicing within the scope of her training as a nurse... Read more »
He needs to get you time to do it. It verges on malpractice for him to take a case that from the getgo he knew he couldn't do (don't say that to him but.....he wants to get his rear out of hot water he needs to get you time. ) Talk to some members of the Az. Trial Lawyers Assn who handle medical...Read more »
made arrange,ents to take her yo the hpspital. I did they pumpded her full of medicine, A week later she was dead. the dat of funeral I received a letter from urgentcare saying sorry urns out we were wrong your mpthers lungs are clear sorry for any inconvence we may have cased, is this a wrongful... Read more »
I am sorry for your loss. More information is needed to evaluate. Talk to an injury lawyer ASAP.
Please Take Notice: I am not your lawyer unless we enter into an engagement agreement in writing. This is only general information. It is NOT legal advice, and it may not work for your specific...Read more »
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