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Civil Litigation in
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What Is My Accident Injury Claim Worth?
I Was Rear Ended 7 Months Ago In Tennessee By No Fault Of My Own. I Have Facet Syndrome And Schmorl'S Nodes On My Thoracic Spine. I Am Having A Pulsed Radiofrequency Procedure In 2 Weeks On My Neck. I Will Have Over $40000 In Medical Bills Plus I Have Missed 3 Months Of Work Right Now. I Deal With Pain Everyday And I Have To Take Pain Meds On A Regular Basis. Thanks

every injury is decided case by case; the adjuster will review your medical records to verify all injuries are accident related and not pre-existing;

they will take medical bills, reports etc and then make an evaluation and make offer; if they find not all medically necessary/related, can not cover all your bills.

as for your lost wages of 3 months; do you have a doctors excuse stating you are unable to do your job?? just because in pain and you believe cant work, does not count. hopefully you have doctors excuse showing that your injuries preclude you from doing your job.

if you have medical payment coverage on your policy and they have paid the bills would be in your favor, since medical payments only pays if medically necessary or accident related.

my suggestion is call your insurance company for guidance. they most likely will tell you what your injury is worth, but could guide you if the other company may dispute or accept the medical bills/wages etc

good luck

Would You Take An Insurance Settlement Without An Attorney?
Okay, My Husband And I Were Driving Down The Highway When A 97 Mazda Truck Hit Our 2010 Honda Odyssey (Which We Only Had For Four Months) At 75Mph. When They Hit Our Fan The Collision Crashed Us Into The Guard Rail Breaking The Axel Of Our Van And Then The Truck Went Flipping Down 95. The Passenger Of That Vehicle Was Not Wearing A Seatbelt And Was Ejected From The Vehicle And Died On Impact. My Husband And I Suffered Severe Whiplash, My Husband Was Out Of Work For A Week, I Stay At Home And Continued To Have Lots Of Swelling In My Neck And Hip But Extremely Minor Compared To The Passenger Of The Other Vehicle. We Found Out That The Driver Of This Vehicle Was Not Insured And Our Insurance Picked Up The Medical Bills And Payed Off Our Van. Now...My Husband And I Went To Get Another Vehicle But Was Given A High Interest Rate Because We Had A Few Issues With Our Credit. Now That We Won'T Accept Paying A Ridiculously High Payment For A New Car We Are At A Loss. Should We Try To Negotiate A Decent Settlement Check For Our Accident From Our Own Insurance Company Or Get An Attorney???? Please No Rude Comments. We Did Not Want To Sue Because We Did Not Want To Inflict Any More Pain On The Family That Lost Their Loved One.

Injury settlements are based on the injury itself.

Having an attorney does not make your claim worth more since it's the injury that determines the value of the claim.

An attorney will take 1/3 of any settlement you get as his fee. That means, to break even, the attorney has to be able to get at least 1/3 more than you could have gotten on your own. That's pretty difficult to do.

Consider this example:

You have 1000 in medical bills.

1. you do not have an attorney. Adjuster offers 2200.00 to settle your claim. Of this 1000 goes to med bills, rest goes to you. So you net 1200. The pie gets divided in 2 (you and medical providers)

2. You have an attorney, adjuster offers 3000. 1000 goes to med bills, 1000 (1/2) goes to attorney as his fee and 1000 goes to you. So even though the offer is actually higher than in example one - you actually net less because the attorney gets his cut. Pie gets divided by 3.

My two cents - if your insurance company has treated you fair so far - no reason not to continue to work with them on the injury claim. You can always hire an attorney later if you don't like how your company is treating you and it's worth it to give 1/3 of your money away to an attorney.

Does Every Law Student Need A Law Dictionary? If Yes, Why?
Also, Is It Different To A Normal Dictionary?

For first year law students I strongly recommend it. I had several. Some are cheaper than others. You can buy a paper-back one for a few bucks. If you want a good one use the Black's Law Dictionary. They are good as they provide citations.

I Need To Find A Lawyer?
Hello, I Have A Bit Of A Problem And I Dont Know Where To Start. Fo The Thing Is I Had A Security Job And Then I Crashed My Car At The Work Site And Ran Away From There, And Told The Cops That My Car Got Stolen And All, And Thats What They Out In Their Report. So Legaly Im Innocent. And After That My Boss Suspended Me From Work And In A Week Or So Told Me I Was Fired. And When I Asked Him For What He Said &Quot;Because You Lied&Quot; So My Question Is, Who Do I Sue The Company Or The Boss? And Do I Have A Case? And What Kind Of Lawyer Do I Need? And Is There A Lawyer That You Could Reccomend? Like Free Consultation And Stuff. I Live Near The Portland Vancouver Area. And What Would Be My Legal Reason For Suing?

Wow. You admit that lied to the police about an auto accident and now you're trying to SUE YOUR BOSS for firing you because you lied to the police? You sound like a real winner.

Be thankful you're not in jail for insurance fraud and perjury right now, and go out and find another job. Be grateful this fiasco doesn't show up on your record.

You've been given a second chance that you obviously don't deserve. Don't screw it up.

Legal Advice For A Car Dealership?
So The Dealership Damaged My Car Under Their Care And When That Happened They Never Charged Me For The Work. When I Discovered The Damage (They Never Told Me) I Called Them For Them To Fix It. They Refused And Said The Damage Was A Side Effect To The Repair. After Contacting The Bbb, Putting Reviews On Google And Complaining To The Head Office The Owner Of The Dealership Told Me They Would Fix It For 40$ And I Get A Rental Car For The Day. I Was Tired Of Getting Nowhere With Them So I Accepted And It Wasn'T A Bad Deal. They Got Me To Sign A Agreement That I Would Remove The Feedback From Google If In Return They Will Fix My Car. I Removed The Feedback And Got The Owner To Confirm On My Receipt. I Reposted The Reviews Under A Fake Name And A Little While Later I Got A Letter In The Mail To Remove Them. My Question Is Can They Do This? I Live In Canada And We Have Freedom Of Expression And Plus They Guy Confirmed I Removed It Written On My Receipt.

Freedom of expression is a Charter right, and protects you ONLY from government interference with expression. It does not give you a freestanding right to say whatever you want about anyone with impunity.

Two sides of this: Contract law and defamation law.

Defamation Law: If you defame somebody, then they can sue you for it. If it can be established that you made the statement, and that the statement is defamatory, then the onus falls to you to lead an affirmative defence. Truth is one such defence. If you can prove, on a balance of probabilities, that what you said is true, then that would be a defence. But the thing to remember is that the onus is on you: If you can't establish the truth of what you're saying, you're toast.

Contract Law: Whether or not your agreement precludes you from reposting the reviews...well, it depends on the language. If they were the least bit well-drafted, they would. In which case the dealership is entitled to demand that you remove them, and could sue you for monetary damages and potentially equitable relief forcing you to take it down. ***It would not even matter if the statements were true.*** The fact that you agreed to retract them could be enforceable and binding.

Settlement Offer For Personal Injury?
I Was In A Rear End Accident Not At Fault I Was Stopped At A Red Light . Said I Had Cervical Strain I Was In Alot Of Pain And Discomfort. Did Pt For 3 Weeks I Was On Workers Comp Also Because It Was Work Related. Got A Call From My Attorney Telling Me The Insurance Company Made And Offer Of $7,500 My Workers Comp And Medical Bills Totaled $11,000 Its The First Offer My Attorney Said He Thinks They Wont Go Higher Than $10,000 ??? Im Confused I Think Thats A Low Ball Amount. Its Not Even Enough To Pay The Wc Lein And I Am Not Impressed With My Attorney I Dont Feel Like He Is On My Side. Any Advice. Oh And The $7,500 Includes Pain And Suffering Lost Wages And Pt I Need Some Advice. Thanks

find an attorney specializing in personal injury.

lawyer fees are part of the "damages incurred" where i come from, never paid a cent to my lawyer directly and they are not taking a percentage either.