A: You have 2 different things which you should do right away. First, your employer is responsible to make sure that you are provided with medical care and some compensation for lost work. However, more important, you have a good claim against the idiot who caused this to happen. Assuming that the delivery company was not
A: The law is clear in Florida as to how this breaks down. However, it depends on numerous factors, such as whether you have any brothers or sisters and if your mother was married, If you could respond to this email and advise as to whether there were any siblings or others who come into play,
A: Yes, there is a good one, but this must be done right, and you need a lawyer who will know how to help you, here. Please do not put off getting help, as there are things which you will need, which take time, such as the video that they probably have of you, the photos
A: The laws in Florida changed about 10 years ago in this regard. It is much more difficult for your former wife to take your son with her for a better job, now. Unfortunately, this is going to end up as a court action which has to be commenced by her with specific forms. Ultimately, the
A: You should be able to make a claim under your own insurance. This was not a collision, but would be covered under the comprehensive part of your car insurance. Also, your house insurance is there for these kinds of problems. The first thing you should do is call your insurers and make claims. If they
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