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Personal Injury Recent Legal Answers from Lawyers

Personal Injury Recent Legal Answers from Lawyers

What will happen if I get sued?

Answered a day ago by attorney Patrick Johnson   |   1 Answer   |  Legal Topics: Personal Injury
Part of your automobile insurance coverage is that the insurance company will provide you with an attorney to defend you. That attorney should be able to answer your questions.
Part of your automobile insurance coverage is that the insurance company will provide you with an attorney to defend you. That attorney should be... Read More
You should immediately contact the Plaintiff's attorney by phone and explain the situation. Hopefully, they will agree to discontue the action. If not, you will need to have an answer submitted on your behalf. Thereafter, you can make a motion for Summary Judgment of dismissal based on you being an improper party. Thank You,Alan J. Goldberg, Esq.Goldberg, Scudieri & Lindenberg, P.C.6 East 45th Street14th FloorNew York, New York 10017Telephone: 212-921-1600Telecopier: 212-840-3941Agoldberg@gslnylaw.comwww.gslnylaw.com  ... Read More
You should immediately contact the Plaintiff's attorney by phone and explain the situation. Hopefully, they will agree to discontue the action. If... Read More
You should send a demand letter from an attorney to the resturaunt, detailing your out of pocket expenses and making a demand for compensation.
You should send a demand letter from an attorney to the resturaunt, detailing your out of pocket expenses and making a demand for compensation.

Personal injury

Answered 16 days ago by attorney David B. Harrison   |   1 Answer   |  Legal Topics: Personal Injury
Many personal injury lawyers handle such cases. We would be willing to discuss the case with you. Is your daughter still getting medical treatment?
Many personal injury lawyers handle such cases. We would be willing to discuss the case with you. Is your daughter still getting medical treatment?
Insurance company's dont make this determinaton, judges and juries do. That stated, if the FACTS suggest fault on your GF's part, then shehad to contend with that directly. 
Insurance company's dont make this determinaton, judges and juries do. That stated, if the FACTS suggest fault on your GF's part, then shehad to... Read More
Look on your resort hotel ticket..some Island resorts allow claimants to bring suit in Florida if guests are alleging injury arising out of resort negligence..not all but in some cases. 
Look on your resort hotel ticket..some Island resorts allow claimants to bring suit in Florida if guests are alleging injury arising out of resort... Read More
The parking lots are not private, but are government property. However, the government has the right to exclude persons from using the government property. The principal has a right to make you move your car subject to certain discrimination laws such as Title VI which prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, national origin, and gender. Fences really have nothing to do with it.... Read More
The parking lots are not private, but are government property. However, the government has the right to exclude persons from using the government... Read More

Jiffy Lube said breaks were OK on receipt...

Answered a month ago by attorney Mr. Loren L. Gold   |   2 Answers   |  Legal Topics: Personal Injury
Hello Nancy, Based upon facts as stated, claim v. Jiffy Lube may be viable. Hopefully noted on accident report and car will need to be preseved and examined.
Hello Nancy, Based upon facts as stated, claim v. Jiffy Lube may be viable. Hopefully noted on accident report and car will need to be preseved and... Read More

Can I sue the dentist if he left wisdom tooth fragments in the extraction area?

Answered 2 months ago by attorney Paul L. Whitfield   |   11 Answers   |  Legal Topics: Personal Injury
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Why don't you see a proper dentist and find out? you don't have a legal question,. It is a dental question.
Why don't you see a proper dentist and find out? you don't have a legal question,. It is a dental question.

How can I press charges to someone I do not know?

Answered 2 months ago by attorney Stephen A. Black   |   1 Answer   |  Legal Topics: Personal Injury
You have 2 potential claims. One against the school and the other against the boys parents. Discuss in private with counsel.   Steve, Licensed in both Texas and Florida. 
You have 2 potential claims. One against the school and the other against the boys parents. Discuss in private with counsel.   Steve, Licensed... Read More
Marriott hotels may have provided in your reservation documents that a hotel guest who was injured, arising from the hotel staff’s negligence, can sue in the courts in the USA. You should have counsel review all your rental room paperwork to ascertain whether suing here is viable. Good luck. ... Read More
Marriott hotels may have provided in your reservation documents that a hotel guest who was injured, arising from the hotel staff’s negligence,... Read More

I was bite by dog while walking my dog

Answered 2 months ago by attorney Stephen A. Black   |   1 Answer   |  Legal Topics: Personal Injury
The homeowner, assuming the renters were paying rent to the homeowner, could be sued for the claim of negligence, provided he knew or should have known of the renter’s dogs propensity for violence, and failed to take steps to eliminate or abate the risk. These cases are fact specific so discuss case in private with counsel.... Read More
The homeowner, assuming the renters were paying rent to the homeowner, could be sued for the claim of negligence, provided he knew or should have... Read More

How can we file a claim against the hotel for negligence?

Answered 2 months ago by attorney Paul L. Whitfield   |   16 Answers   |  Legal Topics: Personal Injury
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Compensated for what? How? What are you expecting? And what do you mean by "they lied"? about what? Ask them to report it to their insurance company. If you have medical bills, they may be paid by the company you might consider suing them in small claims court although it may not be worth your while.... Read More
Compensated for what? How? What are you expecting? And what do you mean by "they lied"? about what? Ask them to report it to their insurance company.... Read More
You are wondering correctly about contacting a Personal Injury attorney for advice and to initiate an investigatin on behalf of your daughter and family. I hope that she makes a good recovery.
You are wondering correctly about contacting a Personal Injury attorney for advice and to initiate an investigatin on behalf of your daughter and... Read More

Need lawyer to sue Walmart

Answered 2 months ago by attorney Stephen A. Black   |   1 Answer   |  Legal Topics: Personal Injury
If u broke your toe caused by the negligence of a wal Mart employee, u have a case. Contact counsel to discuss in private with counsel.  Steve. Licensed in both Texas and Florida 
If u broke your toe caused by the negligence of a wal Mart employee, u have a case. Contact counsel to discuss in private with counsel.  Steve.... Read More
You DO realize that all of the repairs you described ARE compensation for your losses. Otherwise they would have said pound sand and made YOU pay for all the repairs descrbed. If you are looking for a little extra for inconveneince you can try to negotiate that but its generally not alot of money for a 2 week issue.You also need to check your homeowners for any andditional losses you might hav covered. ... Read More
You DO realize that all of the repairs you described ARE compensation for your losses. Otherwise they would have said pound sand and made YOU pay for... Read More

What can I do?

Answered 2 months ago by attorney Mark Tischhauser, Esq.   |   1 Answer   |  Legal Topics: Personal Injury
Oh my little snowflake.....seriously? You want to do what exactly about a hand slap? If it was THAT significant you should have stopped right then and dialed 911 to have the police address the issue and makea complaint for simple battery. While the customer action were not appropriate  - your response to this is plainly hisitrionic and you need to be careful before you find youself fired if thisgets out of control. ... Read More
Oh my little snowflake.....seriously? You want to do what exactly about a hand slap? If it was THAT significant you should have stopped right then... Read More
In order to have your suspension lifted, you will either have to satisfy the judgment by means of settlement or payment of the judgment in full, or by having the judgment discharged in Bankruptcy.
In order to have your suspension lifted, you will either have to satisfy the judgment by means of settlement or payment of the judgment in full, or... Read More
If he was an employee you potentially have a claim against him and the employer (race track).  You need to speak with an attorney asap and do not speak with anyone from the race track or their insurance unitl you do.  The damages would include the medical expenses, permanency, if any,  pain and suffering and lost wages. ... Read More
If he was an employee you potentially have a claim against him and the employer (race track).  You need to speak with an attorney asap and do... Read More
Suing the driver of the car in which you are a passenger, in addition to other drivers, is standard operating procedure. You should contact your insurance company immediately, they are typically obligated to defend you and pay any judgment up to the policy limit.  If this happened in a work context, worker comp bars may apply. ... Read More
Suing the driver of the car in which you are a passenger, in addition to other drivers, is standard operating procedure. You should contact your... Read More
did you inform your insurance company of this suit?  You may be covered with representstipn.
did you inform your insurance company of this suit?  You may be covered with representstipn.

Should I settle?

Answered 3 months ago by attorney Michael D. Babcock   |   1 Answer   |  Legal Topics: Personal Injury
it is impossible to give a fair amount to settle wihtout reviewing the entire file.  Would need to consider fault, permanacy, review medical records etc.  If you have a laywer discuss with them.  If not you may have made a mistake trying to settle without an attorney and may have damaged your case.  If you are not represented stop communication with the defendant and call an attorney.... Read More
it is impossible to give a fair amount to settle wihtout reviewing the entire file.  Would need to consider fault, permanacy, review medical... Read More

Do I still have time to file a claim?

Answered 3 months ago by attorney Chase T Wilson   |   1 Answer   |  Legal Topics: Personal Injury
The statute of limitations is 2 years, so unfortunately your claim is barred at this point. 
The statute of limitations is 2 years, so unfortunately your claim is barred at this point. 
You need to speak to a local personal injury attorney. You certainly have an injury claim if the bone caused you to break a tooth. Make sure you have documentation to prove your claim and give us a call at (317) 636-0808. 
You need to speak to a local personal injury attorney. You certainly have an injury claim if the bone caused you to break a tooth. Make sure you have... Read More

Need lawyer

Answered 3 months ago by attorney Scott Bocchio   |   1 Answer   |  Legal Topics: Personal Injury
Are you still looking for an attorney?  If yes, call my office at 855-254-7841.  Attorney Bocchio
Are you still looking for an attorney?  If yes, call my office at 855-254-7841.  Attorney Bocchio