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Washington Personal Injury Recent Legal Answers from Lawyers

Washington Personal Injury Recent Legal Answers from Lawyers

Do I deserve a refund since he told me that he will?

Answered a year and 3 months ago by attorney Thomas Edward Gates   |   1 Answer   |  Legal Topics: Personal Injury
Tell him you will file a Bar complaint for violating the terms of the agreement. He obviously did nothing to resolve the matter on your half. He cannot justify earning the fee. If he says he did, ask for you client file.
Tell him you will file a Bar complaint for violating the terms of the agreement. He obviously did nothing to resolve the matter on your half. He... Read More
Contact the clerk of courts where the citation originated; They will tell you if you need to appear in court or just pay the fine.
Contact the clerk of courts where the citation originated; They will tell you if you need to appear in court or just pay the fine.
You need to take them to District or Superior Court.
You need to take them to District or Superior Court.
Maybe; Check your homeowners policy it should be covered.
Maybe; Check your homeowners policy it should be covered.

Am I liable if a tree on my property fell and damaged a neighbor's fence?

Answered a year and 4 months ago by attorney Edwin K. Niles   |   7 Answers   |  Legal Topics: Personal Injury
Only if you were negligent in some way.
Only if you were negligent in some way.

Am I liable if a tree on my property fell and damaged a neighbor's fence?

Answered a year and 4 months ago by attorney Mr. Rex Kyle Daines   |   7 Answers   |  Legal Topics: Personal Injury
Yes.
Yes.
Yes, you can sue you ex-friend for the damages.
Yes, you can sue you ex-friend for the damages.

Can I sue if I have a broken molar from eating a hamburger?

Answered a year and 5 months ago by attorney Thomas Edward Gates   |   1 Answer   |  Legal Topics: Personal Injury
Since a bone fragment is a natural byproduct in grinding hamburger, it is unlikely you have a claim. You can approach the store to see if they would cover your medical bills.
Since a bone fragment is a natural byproduct in grinding hamburger, it is unlikely you have a claim. You can approach the store to see if they would... Read More
You should be covered by L&I.
You should be covered by L&I.

How long is the jail time if court ordered work crew but they didn't go?

Answered a year and 5 months ago by attorney Thomas Edward Gates   |   1 Answer   |  Legal Topics: Personal Injury
Depends upon the offense sentencing range. Unlikely to get jail time, but likely longer work crew or fine.
Depends upon the offense sentencing range. Unlikely to get jail time, but likely longer work crew or fine.
As the owner, you will be held responsible for any infraction/accident that occurs if the other party bails out on you. Sell the truck!
As the owner, you will be held responsible for any infraction/accident that occurs if the other party bails out on you. Sell the truck!

What are my options to get my vehicle fixed that was damaged in a car wash?

Answered a year and 6 months ago by attorney Thomas Edward Gates   |   1 Answer   |  Legal Topics: Personal Injury
If the damage is $5,000 or less you can take them to small claims.
If the damage is $5,000 or less you can take them to small claims.

Who should we talk to about my brother being burnt at school?

Answered a year and 6 months ago by attorney Thomas Edward Gates   |   1 Answer   |  Legal Topics: Personal Injury
You would retain a personal injury attorney. Sorry to hear about your brother.
You would retain a personal injury attorney. Sorry to hear about your brother.
So, what's your question? You are responsible regardless of what you were told.
So, what's your question? You are responsible regardless of what you were told.

Can I sueCan I sue if I was accused of putting an item in my bag?

Answered a year and 7 months ago by attorney Thomas Edward Gates   |   1 Answer   |  Legal Topics: Personal Injury
Sorry, you have not suffered any damages that would support a lawsuit. Talk to the store manager about what took place. You can also stop shopping there.
Sorry, you have not suffered any damages that would support a lawsuit. Talk to the store manager about what took place. You can also stop shopping... Read More
If your claim will be under $5,000.00, small claims is the right venue. You may have to sue both parties and let them figure out how much each will pay on the judgment.
If your claim will be under $5,000.00, small claims is the right venue. You may have to sue both parties and let them figure out how much each will... Read More
You likely do not have a case that you could prevail. You would have to prove that your doctor did not provide the standard of care. You admit that your condition is rare. Further, you would have to prove that the delayed diagnosis made your condition worst.
You likely do not have a case that you could prevail. You would have to prove that your doctor did not provide the standard of care. You admit that... Read More
There are no damages. You were not fearful for your life. No case to file.
There are no damages. You were not fearful for your life. No case to file.

Can I sue a drunk driver who hit my parked car?

Answered a year and 8 months ago by attorney Thomas Edward Gates   |   1 Answer   |  Legal Topics: Personal Injury
Sorry, but no. You accepted payment from his insurance carrier releasing all future claims.
Sorry, but no. You accepted payment from his insurance carrier releasing all future claims.
You can get a restraining order if it continues to happen.
You can get a restraining order if it continues to happen.

Can I sue my old employer for an injury on a closed LNI claim?

Answered a year and 9 months ago by attorney Thomas Edward Gates   |   1 Answer   |  Legal Topics: Personal Injury
No, you had L&I coverage for your medical and were deemed back to baseline when they closed the claim. Under L&I, Workman comp. covered the company's exposure.
No, you had L&I coverage for your medical and were deemed back to baseline when they closed the claim. Under L&I, Workman comp. covered the... Read More
First, you need to file a police report. Yes, they will cover you even if you do not have insurance. You need to get insurance or face a $500+ fine!
First, you need to file a police report. Yes, they will cover you even if you do not have insurance. You need to get insurance or face a $500+ fine!

What is the fair amount of pain and suffering in a motorcycle accident?

Answered a year and 10 months ago by attorney Thomas Edward Gates   |   1 Answer   |  Legal Topics: Personal Injury
You need to retain a personal injury attorney. This case is to complex for you to handle on your own. It is very likely that your demand will exceed their policy limits and you will need to sue to get the remainder. In addition, one does not get into settlement discussions when there is still ongoing medical treatment. Once you settle, any future medical needs will be your responsibility to pay. Good luck.... Read More
You need to retain a personal injury attorney. This case is to complex for you to handle on your own. It is very likely that your demand will... Read More
Yes, you are the registered owner.
Yes, you are the registered owner.

Who do I go after for the damages to her car and my medical bills?

Answered a year and 11 months ago by attorney Mr. Paul Dezso de Holczer   |   15 Answers   |  Legal Topics: Personal Injury
You and your sister may sue the driver of the other vehicle and the owner of the other vehicle to recover your personal injury damages and your sister’s property damages. You should contact an attorney as soon as possible about this matter. You will normally have three years from the date of the accident, but it is best to address this matter sooner than later. Best Wishes!... Read More
You and your sister may sue the driver of the other vehicle and the owner of the other vehicle to recover your personal injury damages and your... Read More