Posts Tagged ‘damages’

Why would a personal injury attorney not hire a doctor when he says that is what you need to win your case?

Friday, May 20th, 2011

It’s over with now-Attorney bowed out. The case,like most all personal injury cases like this,needs a Dr’s ovarall opionion of the injury.This was a serious,life changing knee surgery for my elder Mom.He stated halfway through,I’m hiring a Dr to look at all records and write a report if all damages was result of the fall.We […]

Is it possible to pretend you sent a taking to court action letter to a law firm that owes me money?

Tuesday, November 2nd, 2010

They did an engineer’s report and said that the third party will pay them for it. The money has come through, they rang me to collect £500 but when i came in they said they made a mistake and that it was only £200. I got suspicious and rang the third party up and they […]

Need advice on suing a real estate attorney?

Sunday, September 12th, 2010

To make a long (LONG) story very short: We entered into a rent to own program through a real estate attorney. We put down a considerable down payment (10k) to keep our monthly rental payments low, were promised in the contract that that money would go toward the down payment when we purchased the house. […]

How to prepare Jury Trial hearing and its paperwork at small claim court in Chicago, Illinois?

Saturday, August 14th, 2010

I got car accident, fortuntely I didnt get hurts, only my car got big damages, the fault driver’s insurance refused to pay me full repairs. only very little portion of repair estimates. my insurance policy is liability only, I do not have money to pay the full repairs. So i hv to sue faultdriver at […]

In a civil suit against a local city government, is it a good strategy to enjoin their liability insurance co.

Saturday, August 7th, 2010

In a civil suit against a local city government, is it a good, effective strategy to enjoin their Liability Insurance Carrier, who’s adjuster, as expected, rejected the claim for damages submitted to the city’s risk management department? Should the insurance carrier be included and listed as a co-defendant in the pleading for damages? Or, should […]

In a civil suit against a local city government, is it a good strategy to enjoin their liability insurance co.

Friday, August 6th, 2010

In a civil suit against a local city government, is it a good, effective strategy to enjoin their Liability Insurance Carrier, who’s adjuster, as expected, rejected the claim for damages submitted to the city’s risk management department? Should the insurance carrier be included and listed as a co-defendant in the pleading for damages? Or, should […]

Help im being sued!!!?

Saturday, July 31st, 2010

I have recently received a civil summons from court stating im being sued for a large amount of money. I was involved in a motor vehicle accident were my passanger was hurt. She is in turn sueying me not the insurance company. She was not wearing a seat belt. I was and didnt sustain any […]

Parents!!! I need your input plz?

Monday, July 19th, 2010

Would you allow your child to go to a school field trip after reading the following stipulations?NOTICE: WAIVER/RELEASE OF LIABILITY I, the undersigned do hereby expressly acknowledge that the Program’s activities involve risks, and I, on behalf of myself and my minor childiward named herein as the participant, do hereby voluntarily assume any and all […]

In a civil suit against a local city government, is it a good strategy to enjoin their liability insurance co.

Sunday, June 27th, 2010

In a civil suit against a local city government, is it a good, effective strategy to enjoin their Liability Insurance Carrier, who’s adjuster, as expected, rejected the claim for damages submitted to the city’s risk management department? Should the insurance carrier be included and listed as a co-defendant in the pleading for damages? Or, should […]

10pts for first "Best" answer to these questions about civil cases!?

Tuesday, June 22nd, 2010

One reason people takes cases to small claims court is that it: 1. uses a small jury 2. does not allow witnesses 3. awards higher damages 4. takes little time Storefront legal offices usually: 1. cheat people. 2. do not have qualified attorneys 3. offer set prices for certain legal service. As a result of […]