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How Much Should I Expect As A Settlement Offer From This Slip And Fall Accident?
I Slipped And Fell On Something Leaking Out Of A Cash Register In A Grocery Store 3 Months Ago. I Was With My 2 Kids And Had To Take An Ambulance With Them. I Had A Concussion, Major Whiplash Injuries, Nerve Damage In My Cervical Spine That Caused Extreme Weakness In My Right Arm ( Strength Test Shows 75 On Left Arm, 30 On Right) And I Have Been Going For Epidural Injections For The Cervical Spine And Have Been On Pain Medication Ever Since. I Am In Physical Therapy 2X A Week And Have To See An Orthopedist And Pain Mgmt Specialist Every 2 Weeks.
The Medical Costs Of Copays Alone Has Been Putting Me In A Hole, No To Mention The Time It Is Taking Away From My Kids (3 Kids Under 4) For Dr Visits.
I Have A Lawyer Who Is In The Process Of Getting All Of My Med Records, But Just Wanted To Get An Idea Of What I Can Expect As A Settlement Offer And What Anyone Thinks That I Should Deserve.
Honestly? I'd expect you'll get an offer in the $5,000 range if you're lucky. They are going to be very suspicious that you received such serious injuries over a slip and fall. They're going to argue that these were pre-existing conditions or that you are exaggerating the extent of your injuries (I'm not saying you are, but this is what will happen).
Given what little you have told us of the situation, I don't think this is a case that will settle. You're going to be asking for more money (a lot more) than they are going to be willing to pay. I'd expect to go to trial on this case as you are going to need some expert witness testimony to establish your injuries.
2006 Secure Fence Act . . . If The Money'S There, Why Has There Been No Major Progress On Our Borders?
It would be fun to cite some hush, hush, conspiratorial reason why no progress has been made, but I believe this is just another example of government incompetence.
Money was also appropriated for improved security scanners at all the major airports. A lot of the machines were purchased in a timely fashion. Then.... they sat in warehouses. Airports tried requisitioning them, but there was no clear method for getting them authorized and shipped. So, you had machines. You had people who wanted the machines. But you had no way to make the two connect.
Same nonsense with the FEMA trailers after Hurricane Katrina.
Some people denounce the "No Child Left Behind Act", saying there's not enough money to comply, but the truth is usually that the school administrators have not filed the correct paperwork to receive the funds.
Let's do this: after each Presidential term in office, advertising billboards in each of the major cities should be rented by a voter advocacy group showing a list of what was promised, and what was actually delivered.
That's the problem with government and voters. We fall for all the pie in the sky promises, and then quickly forget that nothing was accomplished. Same thing happens in business. I was at one company where, every year, managers would give inspirational speeches about all the great ideas they were going to put into practice. I kept track of what was done. One in ten was the record.
How Do You Find The Best Lawyer (Southeast Michigan)?
I Am Looking For The Best Criminal Defense Attorney In Southeast Michigan. I Don'T Want To Just Pick One Out Of The Phonebook, There'S Too Many. I Want To Hear Personal Stories Of How This Lawyer Helped You.
I'd talk to people at legal aid; odds are not many people are going to have a story to share here; I'd also check the state bar association webpage for tips about who might be a better choice and actions against atty's so you know who to avoid
Questions To Ask A Lawyer (About Immigration/Emigration)?
In My Spanish Class Tomorrow, A Lawyer Is Coming To Our Class To Talk About His Experiences Regarding Immigration/Emigration And Those Topics In General. Our Homework Assignment Is To Think Of 2 Questions Regarding Those Topics (In Spanish) That We Can Ask Him. Do You Have Any Ideas Of What To Ask? Thanks.
If a Mexican national crossed the border illegally and then married a US Citizen, would the Mexican have to leave the country and re-enter legally after the process of legalization is complete?
Si un ciudadano mexicano cruzó la frontera ilegalmente y luego se casó con una ciudadano de los EE.UU., el mexicano tiene que salir del país y volver a entrar legalmente después de que el proceso de legalización se ha completado?
Can a person be a Resident Alien forever or do they need to become a citizen?
¿Puede una persona ser un residente extranjero para siempre o necesita convertirse en un ciudadano?
Good luck! Interesting topic!
Can Anyone Recommend A Good Criminal Defense Attorney?
I Have A Friend That Got Caught Up In A Bad Situation. He Committed Two Crimes, One Crime Was For Not Paying A Taxi Cab, The Other Was Shoplifting For Food. He Had His Court Date Set, Went To Court But Was Told He Could Only Get The Cab Crime Taken Care Of And That His Other Court Date Was Set For The Same Day In A Different County. When He Came Back To Double Check This Information The Court System On The Internet Said He Was Actually At The Right Court In The First Place. So Something Is Screwy Here. He Doesn'T Have Any Money Since He Is Homeless And Can'T Get A Job Since He Now Has A Warrant Due To This Mis-Hap. I Am Wondering If Anyone Knows Of Any Good Attorneys Out There? I Would Like To Help My Friend. Thank You.
If he has no money then he has the right to a public defense attorney; he has the right to get a government paid lawyer.
But I think he should try to get the money to pay for the cab and the food and maybe they'll be willing to drop the charged.
I Need Help With Legal Advice, Im Getting Charged With A Felony ( Theft ).?
The Incident: Me And Two Friends Got Onto A Securitys Officers Golf Cart And Drove It. The Security Officer Started Chasing Us, And We All Baled Out With The Cart Running. The Cart Then Ran Into A Car. The Car Got A Minor Scratch On It, And The Cart The Same.
Im 18, And They Charged Me At First With Theft And Criminal Mischief. Then Later They Told Me Theyre Charging Me With Me A Felony ( Theft ). They Said That If Myself And My Two Friends Payed For The Car Damage ( Not Estimated How Much Yet ) And The Cart Damage ( 8K ), They Would Drop The Charges. I Dont Understand Why There Charging With Me The Whole Price Of The Cart, And Just Not The Damages. My Parents Are Talking To An Attorney Within The Next Day To Two Or Three Days.
The Big Question Is, Why Do I Have A Felony ( Why Did The Misdemeanors Change Into A Felony )
"they charged me at first with Theft and Criminal Mischief"
Who is "they" I wish the people who wrote these questions took a minute to think before they posted. The people who read these things are total strangers. You might have been charged by cops - but prosecutors often have their own ideas about what to charge.
"The big question is, why do i have a felony"
And the answer can be found reading your state's criminal code - a copy of which can be found in any public library in your state. If you know the specific criminal code section you can read it there. In NYS, theft of a motor vehicle worth at least $100 is a felony.
"I dont understand why there charging with me the whole price of the car"
I don't understand who they (or "there") is - is it the police? Maybe the police don't know how badly the cart was damaged. Ask for an estimate of the damage.