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  • Okay, myself, my fiance & my 2 kids ages 2 & 3 were victims of a car accident a few days ago. It wasn't a horric accident but it was more then a fender bender. My cars damage is as follows - tail light is cracked, there are some cracks underneath of where my trunk opens. There are scratches at the bottem of the bumper & the left side of the bumper is not connected to the rest of the car although that piece may be able to be pushed back in. My fiance has a neck strain, I have a lower back strain & a neck strain & my daughter has a lower back strain, an abrasion on the lower back & a bruise on the middle of her back. We went to the hospital & got checked ourselves because even AFTER I requested an ambulance come to the scene of the accident to check out my children, one never showed. The emergency room let us go home with pain killers & muscle relaxers. I'm not sure what I am supposed to do. Should I try to sue for our pain & suffering or does it seem like its not worth the hassle & just take whatever the insurance company gives me? Im just worried there isn't enough damage or injuries to sue. We definitely have pain & suffering & now we have to go out of our way to see doctors & take medicine, get the car fixed, get estimates & etc. Don't comment about me being money hungry either, because if it were you, you know you would try to sue also. Everyone would like some extra cash ;) to everyone giving me a decent answer, thank you!
  • You did not tell us what state you live in. State laws vary greatly, and we cannot answer this question in a specific way without knowing which state laws to apply. Your injuries are very minor. Muscle sprain/strains will clear up in two or three weeks, with or without treatment. In other words, you do not need any "treatment" to heal. Your body is going to heal on its own. Treatment does not make your body heal any faster. In some states, like in Minnesota, you are barred from making a bodily injury claim against the at-fault party UNLESS your injuries are serious. And the statute defines what is a "serious" injury, like you need to be disabled from working for at least 60 days, or at least $4,000 in medical bills (not counting diagnostic costs), or a permanent injury, like scarring, etc. It is called the "tort threshold." The purpose of this is to prevent people from making frivolous bodily injury claims for minor injuries. This is part of the "No-Fault" law. What are the laws in your state? In Minnesota, if you hired an attorney to represent you, he would likely send you to a chiropractor, and get you started with a course of treatment three times a week for the next two or three months. The purpose is just to build up the medical bills to get over that "tort threshold." Then you can sue the at-fault party. The problem with this is that incurring the medical bills for minor injuries does not guarantee that this treatment will be considered "reasonable and necessary." The No-Fault carrier can set up an IME (independent medical exam), and determine the treatment was not necessary. And then they do not have to pay the medical bills, and that means you are stuck paying the bills. And your liability claim against the at-fault party is also in jeopardy. I have seen many cases go all the way through a jury trial, and the jury awards ZERO. You were involved in a very minor auto accident. It does not benefit you or anyone else to try to magnify this to something bigger than it was. Honesty is the best policy. Focus on getting the property damage resolved. Depending on your state laws, you may be entitled to a small bodily injury settlement. Give that other insurance company the opportunity to investigate your claim, and offer a settlement. There is no rush in getting an attorney since you have no "dispute" at this point with the insurance company. Most claims are settled directly with the parties involves without the need for any attorneys. This is often the best option because then you get to keep 100% of any settlement. (Attorneys do not work for free.) If you cannot settle the case directly, then you can think about hiring an attorney. But don't jump the gun on that. You can hire an attorney at any time in the process. You have to resolve your case prior to the statute of limitations, so find out what the statute of limitations is in your state. (That's six years in Minnesota.) Again, without knowing which state laws to apply, I cannot be more specific about your options.
  • Look at it this way :turn the situation around. What if it were YOU that caused the accident? How would you feel being sued when this was an ACCIDENT? Accidents happen all the time. It can't be helped, in most cases. Things happen! As for pain, and "suffering". Suffering? Really? Pain, yes. But, from what you described, everyone is going to heal just fine without residual problems. Bruises, abrasions, and strains heal with time, and rest. The auto can be repaired. Your insurance company should take care of repairs, and medical bills as long as you have coverage. What will happen next is you're insurance company will go into abrogation with the other persons insurance company, and recover their costs plus your deductible. If the other person is uninsured, your insurance company will go after the person for the money, up to, and including legal action against them. So, unless any of you have permanent, debilitating injuries I see absolutely NO reason to sue. That's my opinion. And, you're sending, at the very least, a mixed message, with your statement : "Everyone would like some extra cash." This is a BIG problem in the US. The "Lawsuit Lottery " mentality. Everybody wants something for nothing! If you believe in good Karma, this is the chance to build some!
  • "Everyone would like some extra cash ;) " This is what is wrong with our country; that cash comes from somewhere and results in larger premiums for everyone. If you would have left out that statement, I might have given you the benefit of the doubt here, but you are just looking at dollar signs. You should not be put out, physically or financially, as a result of someone else's action. So, the other person should repair the vehicle and should compensate you for your medical bills, if you paid any (sometimes a medical insurer would get called in to pay). You can throw in a little bit for the hassle and maybe something small for your pain, but you aren't looking at a payday here. If the airbags didn't even pop (which can be more expensive than most of the damage listed here), then you probably would have almost no case. How injured could you really be if you were both traveling slow enough that the airbags did not trigger. If you have coverage on your own vehicle, let your insurance company handle it. If not, then you will need to see what they offer for the vehicle and consider whether a suit is warranted. Oh yeah, in what state do you live? If in a no-fault state, your policy pays your medical bills anyway. I would also check to see whether you live in a state with lawsuit limitation; which says that you cannot sue unless you have serious injuries (broken bones, significant scarring or any to face, and worse). You might want to post your state or check that out. **Michael, the word is subrogation, not abrogation.
  • This is a MINOR car accident and you do not need to sue or hire a lawyer. Sound like you were rear ended and if so, then the other insurance company will pay for the repairs of your car and also provide a rental car while your car is in the shop. IF, rear ended, then it also sounds like you all got whiplash, which is common in rear end accidents. Whiplash is a strain/sprain in the neck/back that will usually resolve w/in few days to a couple of months. Most people run to chiropractors, but if bad, you should get physical therapy. Also common is pain meds and muscle relievers for a couple of days, until most of the pain subsides. So the insurance company will owe you for the car damages/rental. Then they would owe a SEPARATE settlement for EACH of you for reimbursement of your medical bills, RX , and "some" pain/suffering. IF, you decide to hire a lawyer, be advised that the lawyer will take 1/3 of EACH person's settlement. Very few lawyers sue, since all they do is handle your injury claim and collect their money from YOUR settlement. Yes, you should end up with "some" money depending in what state you live in. But in some states, they have a "threshold", meaning you have to have a serious injury, which means, scarring, disfigurement, surgery, broken bones etc to qualify. You did not hit the lottery, so don't go shopping till everything is settled and you find out how much each person is worth. good luck
  • If it was ME, I would NOT try to SUE... The ONLY time I would sue if is the insurance company won't pay for car damages or medical bills. If this happened "a few days" ago, you have NO IDEA what the insurance company is going to offer. Right now, you have a few days worth of being uncomfortable. If it's gone by the end of next week, that is not "pain and suffering", that's a bump in the road. If you are still seaking treatment in 4 weeks, 8 weeks or longer, THEN you have "pain with suffering". If you don't bother going back to the doctor, it's not worth your time, it's certainly not considering "suffering." So instead of being all sue happy a couple of days after the event, why don't you wait and see how the event actually pans out - after the police reports are available, and the insurance reports are finished...
  • It depends on what state you live in. If you're in a "no fault" state, you're not eligible for any pain & suffering for just "sore muscles". Additionally, with such MINOR damage to the vehicle - cracks and scratches - you're going to have a damn hard time explaining how people on the INSIDE of the car took a harder hit, than the car itself. If you're in a tort state without no pay no play laws, or if you, also, carry insurance, you can always ask the insurance company, but odds are you won't get more than medical bills. Doesn't seem to be enough damage/injuries that you'd even get a lawyer to take this case, even in a tort state.
  • You need a personal injury attorney. The accident was a serious accident. I only recommend an attorney when there is an accident like yours. You all have serious injuries. Just remember the other party that rearended you has a limit for bodily injury on their auto insurance policy. All of you only get paid up to the other guy's liability limit. And, there is no way to know what the other guy's limit is. And, with all those injuries the other party may not have enough insurance to cover the medical bills and pain and suffering settlements for everyone. If you have collision coverage on your auto insurance, have YOUR auto insurance company fix your car. Then go after the other party's insurance for your injuries. Put in the claim with your auto insurance company BEFORE hiring an attorney. Hiring an attorney slows everything down. But you do need an attorney.
  • In trade, there'll invariably individuals that use these procedures. Ignore him. Your companies now not best proceed to work with you, they also warned you. But involving them in a court docket case that you've got little danger of winning is dicy. In an effort to win you can have got to get them to testify in your behalf AND show that you've sustained financial loss. For the reason that you have not sustained loss, you haven't any danger. In the event you attempt to publish a letter refuting his claims nonetheless, not best do you make it appear that there's some validity to his claims, but except worded very carefully, with no point out of him or his corporation, you could be guilty of libel or slander. Ignore him and get on with what you are promoting.
  • So now that the illness is slowly creeping out of the normal countries for the illness. If it hits the U.S and E.U countries fully how fast would it spread it? Also what are the chances of it going Airborne? Read given the natural of the virus it could be very slim. Also is there any work being done for proper treatments for it or a cacine or did government cuts really hurt that work?
  • In Spain. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/... "From Guinea to Dallas: Tracing the Ebola threat." http://www.latimes.com/world/africa/la-f... Advice on ebola avoidance. http://www.theonion.com/articles/how-to-... 19 bed units exist in America to nurse ebola type patients. According to latest development it is airborne. Tests for it may not be 100% accurate. And symptoms may be latent. 3 experimental drugs for ebola. But either limited supply or nil. As its always been limited to Africa drug companies saw no reason to develop effective vaccine or cure. Not deemed a cash cow. Now... http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-28926538 "Symptoms include high fever, bleeding and central nervous system damage Fatality rate can reach 90% - but current outbreak has mortality rate of about 55% Incubation period is two to 21 days There is no vaccine or cure Supportive care such as rehydrating patients who have diarrhoea and vomiting can help recovery Fruit bats, a delicacy for some West Africans, are considered to be virus's natural host." http://www.nhs.uk/conditions/ebola-virus/pages/ebola-virus.aspx "How is it treated? There's currently no licensed treatment or vaccine for Ebola virus disease, although potential new vaccines and drug therapies are being developed and tested. Patients need to be placed in isolation in intensive care. Dehydration is common, so fluids may be given directly into a vein (intravenously). Blood oxygen levels and blood pressure need to be maintained at the right level and body organs supported while the patient's body fights the disease and any other infections are treated. ZMapp is an experimental treatment that can be tried, although it has not yet been tested in humans for safety or effectiveness. The product is a combination of three different antibodies that bind to the protein of the Ebola virus. Read more about ZMapp." Some precaution would be welcome http://www.washingtonsblog.com/2014/10/center-infectious-disease-research-policy-university-minnesota-ebola-may-become-airborne.html "In other words, these two infectious disease experts believe that Ebola is already – in its current form – transmissible via aerosols. They therefore urge all doctors and nurses working with Ebola patients to wear respirators. If they’re right, the government’s assumptions about and strategies towards Ebola are all wrong. At the very least – as the two experts quoted above urge – all frontline healthcare workers should wear respirators. And it may be necessary to consider travel restrictions until the epidemic is contained." http://rt.com/uk/189956-pooley-ebola-blood-epidemic/ "William Pooley, the first Briton to contract Ebola who later fully recovered from the disease, has agreed to donate blood plasma to treat victims. On Monday, the World Health Organization reported that 2,811 people have so far died from this year’s outbreak of the deadly virus. Experts now hope that Pooley’s blood could play a vital part in fighting the deadly disease, the Telegraph reports. The blood of survivors contains natural antibodies that can protect against Ebola. When transferred to another patient, doctors say, the infected person seemingly benefits from the boost to their immune system." This gives some information. Plus how to stay safe. http://scgnews.com/ebola-what-youre-not-being-told http://www.washingtonsblog.com/2014/10/ebola-test-gives-false-negatives.html Ebola Test Gives False Negatives October 6, 2014 Why It’s Important to Do Multiple Tests On Suspected Ebola Victims Before Releasing Them U.S. Department of Defense noted in August (on page 2): The possibility of a false negative result should especially be considered if the patient’s recent exposures or clinical presentation indicate that Ebola Zaire virus infection is likely, and diagnostic tests for other causes of hemorrhagic illness are negative. It is essential that Ebola tests be run more than once before any suspected Ebola victims are released." http://www.washingtonsblog.com/2014/10/new-york-times-may-carry-ebola-without-showing-symptoms.html New York Times: Some May Carry Ebola Without Showing Any Symptoms. October 6, 2014 Is the “Conventional Wisdom” All Wrong? In other words, these two infectious disease experts believe that Ebola is already – in its current form – transmissible via aerosols. They therefore urge all doctors and nurses working with Ebola patients to wear respirators. We need to understand how Ebola is really spread, and then take appropriate counter-measures.
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  • Ebola is highly contagious with evidence that it can be spread via air. There is no treatment. There is no vaccine. Agonising death has been known to occur in excess of 90% of cases in some outbreaks. For these reasons the Ebola virus trumps any current disease to become the deadliest infectious disease on the planet.
  • Infectious refers to how much of the virus is needed to become infected in the case of Ebola Hemorrhagic Fever: Very! As little as one virus particle can lead to infection! I believe however your true question is how CONTAGIOUS is Ebloa that answer is THANKFULLY LOW!! Ebloa (like HIV) is only spread by direct contact with bodily fluids (Blood, Sweat (unlike HIV), Saliva (again not like HIV) ,Vomit, Feces, And even if that bodily fluid got on your skin, if there is no opening in your skin i.e (a cut or wound) it can not enter the body). Vaccine: As of today (November 1, 2014) there is no approved vaccine there are however EXPERIMENTAL treatments that are UNPROVEN but SEEM to work. The First and most low tech method is a blood plasma transfusion from someone who has survived Ebola Hemorrhagic Fever they are immune to Ebola for at least TEN YEARS. In their blood are the tools their body successfully used against the virus called antibodies. In very basic terms antibodies latch on to the outside of the virus and prevent it from entering our human cells. People who survive Ebola Hemorrhagic Fever have VERY GOOD antibodies SO the UNPROVEN theory is give the blood of a survivor to an infected patient and they have a better chance of surviving. Next are not Vaccines per se but are again antibodies against the Virus but unlike the low tech version of just giving survivors blood to a victim science has painstakingly identified Ebloa's weak points and have developed antibodies against those specific weak points. These High Tech Antibodies are called monoclonal antibodies and are made usually in mice but a pharmaceutical company called Mapp has discovered a way to produce these very specific antibodies by infecting TOBACOO plants, Yes that plant that has killed hundreds of thousands of people via cigarettes is actually helping us for the first time. It is helping to make Zmapp. Finally are the UNPROVEN drugs that were never designed for Ebloa but may help they include Brincidofovir and Favipiravir.
  • Well the patient has been in the hospital for a week, and was sick like 3-4 days before that yet it hasn't spread...as you can see America's facilities are top of the line.
  • They say that if you think about, you'll get infected.
  • Let's leave compassion beyond basic needs out of it for a second. I wil always try to feed and clothe those less fortunate, but not those less industrious, they don't deserve to have a house as big as mine a car as fast and new as mine, nor do they deserve to take the vacations I take my family on. Why should hard working people pay for other peoples missteps in life?
  • You know Ricardo, I'm currently living off of welfare until my disability gets approved. Let me tell you just HOW well off I am. I get $203 a month in cash assistance and 168 in food stamps. MOST of my medical bills are paid for (about $35,000/year), I'm legally blind but am still able to see well enough to use a computer on a limited basis and with numerous "special" programs whcih convert text to voice and vice-versa, to the tune of an additional $1,400. Plus I get an additional $500 towards a place to live. NOW if that really ticks you off then I'll tell you what. YOU give me YOUR eyes and I'll go to work and do so VERY happily. I WANT to work, I'd KILL for a job. Employers are terrified of hiring me because of the liabilities incurred with having a blind person on a job site. They can't refuse me a job based on my disbility however, so they make up 1001 other excuses to not hire me. I HAD a decent job at a decent wage and my boss switched my hours over to night time, I can't see at all to drive at night but, I can drive during bright sunny days with NO inclement weather. I have to drive on desrerted back roads and a LOT slower then the speed limit. My boos KNEW about my disability but insisted on the working hours change, anyway. While I didn't LOVE the job, I WAS good at it and was very efficient at all the job duties. With the switch to nights, I was unable to drive during those hours (driving WAS a part of my job duties), so I had to leave the position. EEOC is ZERO help, I HAVE a case already in the works against my former employer. It takes up to THREE years to even get a first hearing on ANY EEOC case. I am still pursuing that case (after a year and a few months of not working) BUT, I still have to live. I don't live in a large house, DON'T have a car and I haven't had a vacation since I was in Grade School. I'm not insisting on any of those things either. So, what do you say? Want to give me your eyes and let me resume a normal life? I can guarantee you that no one will hear me complain about having to support others in my current position, one single bit. The days of "Welfare Queens" driving big fancy cars and living in mansions went away in the 60's and it is folks like YOU who are keeping that urban legend alive with your thoughtless ranting. I know a LOT of people in similar situations as mine and let me assure you, they ALL would LOVE to trade places with you. I can't even get a job as a Wal-Mart greeter, because the REAL function of a Wal-Mart greeter is to prevent folks from walking off with the merchandise and I can't even SEE the would be shoplifter, let alone the stolen merchandise. To experience MY world, get a pair of glasses, paint the left eye black and paste a dime over the right eye and paint the rest black. Then take the dime off and just walk around town for an hour, it's not as easy as it sounds. Yet I DRIVE that way. WHY? Because there is NO public transportation around here and the so-called Faith Based Charities insist on charging $40 for a ride anywhere (I live in VERY rural Minnesota). Everyone knows who I am and they give me wide berth when they meet me on the road and some even slow down after they pass me to allow me to follow them safely. I have learned the BEST times when traffic is at its minimum and drive during those times and even the local sheriff's Department assists me by allowing me to follow them at a safe speed. They ALL know my circumstances and have compassion for me but, at some point I will no longer even be able to do the minimum amount of driving that I am able to do now. So YES, I WOULD like to be able to travel freely to and from town once or twice a week. Is that asking too much? If so, then give ME your eyes and I won't complain one bit. EVER Brightest Blessings, Raji the Green Witch
  • I agree, based on principle, to an extent, but the problem is that there is a HUGE earning gap. Some people who live in poverty may work extremely hard - but many things work against them, causing the money to fly out of their pockets just as soon as they earn it, so that they CAN earn it. If people aren't able to afford a college education or an apprenticeship, they end up trapped in minimum wage jobs, barely scraping out an existence, no matter how hard they work. I do not believe for one second that someone who earns minimum wage doing hard labour in, for example, construction, does less work than some paper-pushing white collar worker who earns 200X's more money than the laborer. In the 80's, executives made 18X's more money than the minimum wage workers. Today it is over 200X's. That is a problem. 98% of money is possessed by 2% of the people. Those 2% don't spend as much, proportionately, as the lower and middle class. The problem, in my mind, is the greedy attitudes of the top earners - not the perceived un-industriousness of the minimum wage worker. Remember that many of the seemingly less industrious often have severe mental or physical disabilities - but why should you care, right?? You can work. The issue is not whether one person or another deserves more wealth. A society cannot function on such an attitude, with every worker an island, greedily looking after his own pot of gold. Societies must be socialized to some extent, because not everyone is fully able, and many get lost in the system. PS: On a personal note: I may be someone that you see as "less industrious" because I do not work (though, I am a student... but I have not had a real job for several years). I don't work because I have psycho-educational disabilities that cause a lot of problems for me when it comes to getting and holding down a job. As Raji stated, you give me your brain, with its properly functioning receptors and chemicals, and I will gladly go get a job and earn all those things which you consider to be a measure of human worth.
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