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What Is The Average Settlement Amount For A Slip And Fall?
Sprained Ankle And Knee.
The judge or jury depending on the type of trial assesses actual losses (demonstrable losses like time lost from work, emergency room bills, etc.) Then it may consider non-monetary losses like, pain, or loss of companionship etc.
Then they consider fault based on a percentage basis. So if they find the settlement for all things should be 8,000 dollars and decide the business or property owner is 65% to blame the actual settlement is 5,200 dollars.
Sprained ankle and knee - sounds like small claims court stuff to me. No significant claim at all unless there is a whole lot more you haven't shared.
The average slip-and-fall claim is $4,000. (NFSI)
The average cost of a slip-related injury exceeds $12,000. (Wausau Insurance Co.)
The average cost to defend against a slip-and-fall lawsuit is $50,000. (NFSI)
Remember that these average include many very significant fall injuries, including life altering injuries so the numbers get skewed somewhat. Most settlements are quite small and some very large. The vast majority of people with minimal injuries do not seek a claim outside of medical costs which is usually handled under their liability insurance with no suit being filed.
If you have suffered actual injuries you should never rush settlement of the accident claim. If you do and if you suffer a relapse or find more extensive injuries later there is no going back.
Best of luck
My Friend Got Arrested/Charged With Felony For Graffiti....How Do I Help Him Find An Affordable Lawyer?
One Of My Work Buddies Got Arrested For Griffiti Last Week And Charged With A Felony Count....I Advised Him To Get A Lawyer But He Doesn'T Have Any Money Nor Any Family Support.
I Went Through A Similar Thing 2 Years Ago But Luckily Had The Financial Support Of My Dad To Hire A Big Time Criminal Defense Lawyer Who Was Able To Reduce My Felony Charge Down To A Misdemeanor And 3 Years Probation.....
If I Don'T Help My Friend Then He Is Just Gonna Go To Court And Plead Guilty, He Is Young (18) And I Don'T Want To See Him Throw His Life Away And Become Another Statistic...Are Public Defenders Any Good?
He has the right to have the court appoint him a lawyer. All he has to do is call the court house and ask for the public defender's office. They will provide him with a lawyer free of charge.
Inland Counties Legal Services, Inc?
Free Legal Assistance
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How Do I Find A Family Court Lawyer?
I Have An Upcoming Family Court Summons
Someone who practices family law.
Try your states Bar association.
What Exactly Does A Lawyer Do?
What Do You Have To Do In Order To Become One?
Exactly what you have to do varies by state. There are some general requirements, though.
First, you almost always need to have an undergraduate degree from an accredited university. What it's in is irrelevant, you only need to have one.
Second, most states require you to graduate from an accredited law school with a J.D. This, of course, also requires being admitted to a law school.
Third, almost every state requires that you take and pass the MPRE, or the Multi-state Professional Responsibility Exam. This is basically an ethics exam.
Fourth, every state requires that you take and pass that state's bar examination. This involves several steps. First, you have to obtain permission to sit for the bar. If you are of questionable moral character, this could be denied. Second, you have to pass the bar, no easy feat. It's intentionally designed to be extremely difficult.
Once those steps are all done, you are free to practice law in that state.
Question On Children Visitation?
I Have Sole Custody Of My Children And My Ex-Husband Had The Supervised Visitation Right And Used To Come See The Children Every Alternative Weekends At The Supervised Centre For 2 Years. My Ex-Husband Stopped Seeing The Children 6 Years Ago And Never Even Called The Visitation Centre Throughout These Years To See The Children. After 6 Years He Wants To See The Kids Unsupervised, Though In The Court Order He Is Only Allowed Unsupervised Visitation. I Dont Want The Kids To Suffer Again Because Of Him Not Showing Up For 6 Years And Don'T Know What To Do Here. I Recall Asking One Lawyer That If He Asks To See The Kids I Can Take Him To Court And He Could Be Questioned As To Why He Didnt See The Kids For So Long And Could Lose His Visitation Rights All Together.
Is This True? Can Anyone Tell Me What Do I Do Here? I Am All Stressed Out And Confused Because Of This.
You poor woman of course you are stressed out by this, and it is quite obvious to me that your an excellent mother who cares about the emotional damage that would be done should he come back into their lives after all these years. I don't think there is a court in the land that would allow him visitation rights of any type.
I don't know how old your children are, but they are all older now by 6 years, so even if the youngest was only 2 back then, they'd be 8 by now, so why not sit down and talk to these children. Don't downgrade the father but tell them the truth, how he came in and out of their lives, how it upset them back then, and see what idea's or thoughts they have on seeing the man again. Talk to them as near to an adult way that befits their ages. Point out all the could be's in life, like if he see's them he may well just drop out of their lives again and break their hearts.
You are the mother the one that has been around them from the moment each one was born, you have always been there for them, and it is you and only you who knows what is best for those kids. If you would rather say nothing to them at this time that is perfectly fine too. But I would actually go and get legal advise again and go back to court to try for complete custody. Don't get caught up in the idea that if you prevent then seeing him again this time around, that they will grow up find out and resent you for that -- they will not, because he has already when given visitation rights let them down badly already. So grown up kids will see that as you lovingly just protecting them.
I also think that you need to get this sorted out for your own sake, it must be dreadful to be left wondering he may pop up again - you have earned the right to full custody, so don't let this man continue to have some kind of hold on you and ruin your future life. Leaving in fear will do nobody no good.
I wish you the very best of luck, and almost feel positive that court is the right way to go for both yourself and your dear children.
God Bless you all.