I got most of the information i need as far as the insurance
i got most of the information i need as far as the insurance company policy number dates i was in hospital , dates i was admitted, dates i checked in and out i just want you to review this and tell me your adviseOn April 1st 2015 I checked into the loews Vanderbilt hotel and I stayed 2 nights , I was performing at a club that was hosted by trina and the night of the 1st I ate at the restaurant inside the hotel immediately I threw up and I did notify the person serving my food I was throwing up all night which caused me to miss my performance that I paid 1,000 for …When I got back to florida I went to the hospital were they kept me for 4 days when I got out I went back to Pensacola and was admitted again for another 2-3 daysI do have 3 potential witness statements(which one of the people was with me while i was at hotel and hospital) I can get as well as they should be able to look on camera and see me talking to someone about this I am wanting to no what other proof can I bring to prove this hotel was liable and to make them pay for my medical billsi havent reported anything they have no injury report i did talk to restaurant manager but as i was informed earlier this week that they didnt write a report about it like they should have but they did give me the insurance information , because this happen last year i can get my hospital records and be able to form a demand letter because i am not getting treatment for this right nowi spoke to mark which is the HEAD secuirty for the loews and he told me they should of filed a injury report when i spoke to them but never did.. can you give me some advise on thisI also lost my job because of this on 04/2015 and I did also file a report with the health department whil I was in hospital
This post if for CalAttorney2 ONLY: Mr., my Memo in
This post if for CalAttorney2 ONLY: Hey, Mr. B, my Memo in Opposition to Defendant's' MSJs is coming along slowly, and reading it I'm growing less pessimistic. Anyway, I just discovered another possible aid: negligence per se. Both defendants are operating as if the written, detailed protocols required by KS law did not exist, so that's one leg of establishing the per se business; the other, though, is a little more difficult: showing that if they had maintained and followed a set of protocols, they would never have ordered me abruptly off prednisone. It's not strong, but it's something. So now, I want to check out the legislative history of the law, K.S.A. 65-1130(d). So what does this mean? History: L. 1983, ch. 206, § 2; L. 1989, ch. 192, § 1; L. 1999, ch. 115, § 1; L. 2011, ch. 114, § 44; Jan. 1, 2012. Can I get to this stuff online? How?
I have a question I have a case with Hilton and I am going
I have a question I have a case with Hilton and I am going to be settling this on my own without getting a lawyer I just found out my hospital bill is 7k so when I do my demand letter since I am settling on my own I do not have to pay a lien on my hospital bills correct? I was told that it will just go to collections but I wouldn't have to do any liens?
During the weekend my girlfriend slipped and fell in the
During the weekend my girlfriend slipped and fell in the restaurant and did not know that the floor was very wet. She was in great pain. One of the employee who happen to be mopping the floor did not post any yellow sign or any warning sign of the floors being wet. The manager who happen to be there asked my girlfriend if she needed to go to a hospital and said that his restaurant has insurance.We weren't sure what to do? A few day later I drove my girlfriend who was experiencing pain on the leg, back and neck to a hospital to take x ray to make sure that nothing was fracture.In this case, we didn't know what to do?
I had a back surgery in Slidell LA in 2014. The surgery was
I had a back surgery in Slidell LA in 2014. The surgery was entered through my left side to add cages into my spine. During the surgery a nerve was damage causing limited use on my left side from my hip down. I would like to know if I can sue for this damage causing a huge change to my way of life. I have not been able to work and I can not walk without the aide of a walker or wheelchair. My quality of life has changed for the worse. Now I am on medications to help me cope with the pain but they are so strong I am either sleeping all of the time and having a huge problem being able to concentrate.
I asked the question earlier about pain and suffering but
I asked the question earlier about pain and suffering but after reading through your quick questions below I understand it better my question should've been as follows. I suffered a broken toe and seven stitches, I happen to be a quadriplegic with sensation everywhere. When the paramedics from the ambulance company rammed my foot into the door frame it was a very severe and painful injury. I was just arriving at my urologist office for a suprapubic catheter change, the nurses there did what they could to clean up the injury and wrapped my toe and foot in gauze to stop the bleeding. They completed the catheter change and the paramedics took me from there to the hospital emergency room for x-rays and were my foot was stitched. I was in severe pain for several days after the accident and then in discomfort for at least 14 total days. The important point in this pain episode is that since I am a quadriplegic I normally deal with considerable daily pain. For my daily pain I have always taken norcos as a pain reliever, but because of this toe injury I had to increase my pain medication which meant I had to take oxycodone. Now oxycodone is far more addictive than norcos by far so and I remain on them to this day, which is about 30 days since the accident. My doctor will start getting me off the oxycodone little by little next week, so the important part of my question is? Isn't this withdraw problem part of my pain-and-suffering? If this withdraw problem is part of my pain-and-suffering after everything you've read what is your best guess? Just take a shot in the dark at what you would think the pain-and-suffering multiplier would be, that is it's being between 1.5 and 5?
My daughter is in a wheelchair and has power wheels on her
My daughter is in a wheelchair and has power wheels on her chair that cost close to $5000 per wheel. She was on a city bus that was hit by a car. In this accident her wheels were damaged and come to find out the car driver only had $10000 in property damage. His insurance company is splitting the $10000 between her wheels and the bus and trying to only pay just over $2000. My question is that would the bus that she was on be responsible for the remainder of the cost of her wheels? Or what would we have to do I cannot afford to replace these wheels and our medical insurance paid for them when she got them because she has shoulder pain. I need to get them replaced before she damages her shoulders since pushing her chair is her only way of getting around. Please help.
Was involved in a MVC July, 2006. My SUV totaled. Taken to
Was involved in a MVC July, 2006. My SUV totaled. Taken to Harris Hosp, released after tests. A FW policeman was on scene, filed a bogus report, upon which the offending insurance company denied our claim. My insurance paid for PIP, and eventually ruled WE NOT RESPONSIBLE for the MCV, and would try to recover via subrogation dept. We had never 'closed' the case with either insurance company.Two things: my personal physician never recommended me seeing specialists in other fields, never was it suggested I see a neurologist or an orthopedic surgeon. Was he negligent? Second, at the time I received the FW Police report of the incident, I contacted the office at work to ask certain questions regarding his report. Basically he had had a road-rage moment and skewed the report in favor of the other driver. My wife wrote a lengthy letter to our alderman, Mayor of FW, and the Police Chief, who eventually replied and informed us officer so-and-so would receive training and counsel. Because of his report, our insurance claim was convoluted, and now I am suffering with permanent broken ankle, and numbness/tngling/disfunction in my hands and arms. What do you think?JA: Since laws vary from place to place, what state is this in?Customer: TexasJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: Soon after accident, an attorney couldn't believe my circumstances, and offered to join suit if the insurance company were to sue the other. All I ever heard was that the subrogation dept was looking into recovery costsJA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: In 2008 just before 2 year period I had an MRI done on my neck, showed damage and occlusion of spinal cord, but because I was not working at that time, did not pursue a suit