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  1. My son's court case involving his death had been dismissed. Is there a time limit that I have to file with the courts for Insufficient of counsel? I'm inclined to believe that the Expert Witness that was hired for this case had also overlooked or lacked crucial information, regarding his calculations, (which had been the relevant factor in the determination of non negligence of the defendants), is there a separate course of action that I would need to take in that regard or would that be included with the filing of insufficient of counsel? Lastly, if I believe I have substantial evidence that the defendants had supplied False testimony, does substantial evidence generally permit a case to be re-opened. If yes, what would be my course of action? Would that be included in the filing of Insufficient of counsel? If substantial evidence is generally not considered enough to have a case re-opened, would absolute proof of False testimony offer a chance of re-opening a case. I'm willing to persist in finding the absolute proof, if in fact, that would make a difference in having the case re-opened. My question here is, is there a time limit that I have to present Evidence of False testimony? I'm hoping someone can assist me with any of the above questions. Thank you for your time.
  2. My son's death had occurred in 2011, To this day I have not received any answers to my many questions surrounding my son's death.(Long story short my previous lawyer would not address my son's medical attention issue.) In contacting another attorney in regard to the medical aspect, He tells me that,"in General Police official's and the EMT's are not held accountable in Emergency situations!" However, in my attempts to speak with the EMT's who were actually at site, to retrieve answers to what had taken place with my son, (who had also been declared dead via telemetry!) I am then told " the EMT's were not permitted to speak with me as anything they say could hold them accountable! Since I have not been able to retrieve any answers, I have contacted professionals who may be able to assist me with some of my questions, regarding help with what my son's last moments were like, They tell me only if I have "all" of the autopsy photo's, will they be able to assist me with that answer. Please note upon speaking with the medical examiner who had Autopsied my son, his response to my question of what my son's last moments were like, he had replied, " That my son had died on impact!" Which apparently was just not true! It was noted on one of the reports that my son had a pulse thirty minutes later. Once again in viewing some of the photo's I had received and in having reviewed/researched the Autopsy Report(to the best of my ability) in regard to his head trauma. It is my understanding that my son may very well have been able to survive, had he the opportunity to receive medical attention. I was unable to assist myself further through my own research in reference to his organs, which is why I had inquired further, seeking professional assistance in that matter. I had also been told that any remaining tissue samples,etc., may also have the potential to help them to answer some of my questions. I really need to have some answers regarding my son's death, as his mother, I think I should at least have that right! Once again, I'm hoping someone can direct me to "where" I myself can locate/research what my rights are in regard to this matter. Thank you
  3. All the amazing compassion and support we(myself, husband and daughter) had initially received has withered down to practically mostly avoidance by both close friends and family members, (which in itself has been further shocking and extremely hurtful.) I battle with forgiveness and understanding of their justification or non-justification on a daily basis. I will be taking your advice in seeking counseling. Thank you for your help. Sorry to hear about your sister in-law.
  4. Thank you Again (I should of recognized that one, Sorry I haven't been functioning at full capacity yet.)
  5. thank you for your condolences, I am completely alone in my efforts to find all my questions that have been left unanswered, (Which I believe is part of the reason why I've been struggling so greatly.) I will be taking your suggestion
  6. Thank you so very much for responding, but I feel pretty certain, that a blood test or a urine sample would have been enough to determine the use of drugs, which for my son had turned out to be negative, (according to the Autopsy reports!) There were also was 2 other boys involved in this horrific accident, which one of the boys had survived through and has provided much information to what had happened that evening! I don't understand the justification in them having had to Autopsy my son any further without the necessity,(All initial investigations had proved accidental.) I can see in the Autopsy photo's that they had dismembered my son's arm! (I'm Still trying to figure out "why" that seems to bother me the most, knowing full well of the much more horrifying details that take place at a full Autopsy. What I am mostly hoping someone can help me with through here, is where can I locate Information regarding the laws of my rights involving this matter. (Given my very fragile state, and the overwhelming complexity of ALL the issues involving my son's death, I have been able to research many of the issues.) However, I have not been able to locate much information in regard to the above stated Autopsy Issue's. Please assist me with any knowledge you may have in "where" I myself might be able to research this type of information. I would like to mention, I had also lost my husband 9 months following my son's death, last year I had lost my home of 15 yrs. (All of which has crushed me further.) All the amazing compassion and support we(myself, husband and daughter) had initially received has withered down to practically mostly avoidance by both close friends and family members, (which in itself has been further shocking and extremely hurtful.) I battle with forgiveness and understanding of their justification or non-justification on a daily basis. I am completely alone in my efforts to find all my questions that have been left unanswered, (Which I believe is part of the reason why I've been struggling so greatly.) I am only now slowly becoming "somewhat" productive. Between my financial status (0) and my medical issues I have not been able receive much council as of this date. Once again I'm hoping to find exactly "where" I myself, might be able to search/find the laws, of my what rights are pertaining to the above stated Autopsy matter/questions. Thank you Again, (KNOWLEDGE IS POWER)
  7. My dear son was very sadly killed by a train. Following that, an Autopsy had been performed without our consent, in spite of my husband's request (to the officials) of, "NO Autopsy!" I should mention also that my husband was not permitted to see our son on site at the Accident Scene, nor were we permitted to see his body at the County morgue. (Initially they had told us we would have to wait until the following morning to see our son.) The next morning they tell us, "we would only be shown a photograph of your son," if we went down to the morgue. Approx. a year later in retrieving photo's of the accident site and some of the autopsy photo's (from my previous lawyer,) I have viewed my son's body as having been intact and therefore I can't understand "Why", we were NOT permitted to see our son. YET, "two" (t------) officials were present at the time of his Autopsy! My Questions to the above Matter are:(In the state of N.J.) - 1.) Do Police officials have the right to prevent my husband from going to my son's side at the scene of the accident? * I should include that the official on scene had told my husband, "our son had a pulse and that the EMT's were working on him." 2.) Did the Medical Examiner then have the right to fully Autopsy our son without our consent? * Particularly including the following three facts, Initial investigation proved Accidental, our son was only 17, and my husband had requested "NO AUTOPSY!" In attempting to retrieve "additional" Autopsy photo's (of my son's organs,) I have been told , "I can only do so through the request of an Attorney! The Medical Examiner's fee for such photo's is $1,000.00 (100 photo's @ approx. $10.00 each!) I have been informed that although these photo's are contained on a Cd, they could not permit my request of a copy of that Cd (oppose to forwarding the photo's) to help keep the expense of such photo's to a minimum! 3.) Can you tell me what my rights are in retrieving Autopsy photo's? In light of my many unanswered question's regarding my son's death(my son was pronounced via telemetry), what are my rights in regards to me son's tissue remains. (DNA Matrix card, finger print, hair sample, major organ tissue sample's and body fluids.) I thus far have been able to have the above mentioned items retained for a second year, which is now coming near to the end holding date. My concerns are; 4-a.) How many years am I able to request a hold of tissues samples? 4-b.) Am I permitted to continue to make such a request without a lawsuit pending in the moment? 4-c.) Do I have any rights of moving his tissue samples to another appropriate facility if the Medical Examiner's office refuses to continue a hold onto the above items? Please inform me of any law/statutes I should search or "where" I may be able to locate information regarding my rights as a parent in regard to the above stated matter. 5.) Can you advise me to which type of Attorney would best be able to assist me in "ALL" of the above stated issues? *Please also view my second letter to be submitted shortly, "How do I get Answers to My Son's Death?" I'm Hoping someone can answer at least a few of the above questions and/or perhaps guide or direct me to where I may find or research information pertaining to the issues mentioned in this letter. Any information at all would be greatly appreciated. Thank you for your time.
  8. I have received summary judgement notice to Dismiss from the defendants. My lawyer isn't planninng on opposing the Motion. I have called the court to see If I could do so myself.

  9. In the state of N.J., at the end of litigation of a Civil Suit, what are my Options if I am Not satisfied with the Efforts of my Attorney ? Through reading the Depositions, I feel my lawyer should of had asked many more Questions, many things were left unclear/unanswered. More Importantly, in regard to the Crucial (Evidential) Documents of this case, that my lawyer claims to have viewed, but does not have in his possession. He claims they were in favor of the defendants. Although my lawyer has supplied me with many of the documents in regards to this case. Am I, Not, Entitled to Every single document, including those that he himself had (Only) viewed ? My lawyer is requesting that I give him permission to attempt to retrieve a settlement (which he believes, (if) awarded, won't even amount to the firm's acquired fee's, for the Expert's obtained in this case,) involving my son's death. I am feeling leery to give him permission to do so, (especially) given the fact that a Surviving Witness of this Tragic Accident, believes that the defendant's claims are False. I have also provided to my lawyer, the names of two/three other people, that also attest to the same False claim. Although my lawyer initially had been patient with my persistence in the above matter, he now seems to be annoyed, and doesn't appear interested to any of my concerns. I would like to include that even the calculations, that I had received, as used in this accident by the hired Expert, do not appear to be complete, which also has me very concerned, Since our case is pretty much now based on this Expert's Determination. Though this Firm is very highly Reputable, I suspect that they do not have any prior Experience in regards to this specific type of case. What Action Should I take at this point, is there a particular Motion I can request? Also, should this case be dismissed, is there any way to Make Sure that it is Dismissed without Prejudice? Urgent/ Immediate Reply needed! Thank you for your time.
  10. In the state of N.J., at the end of litigation of a Civil Suit, what are my Options if I am Not satisfied with the Efforts of my Attorney ? Through reading the Depositions, I feel my lawyer should of had asked many more Questions, many things were left unclear/unanswered. More Importantly, in regard to the Crucial (Evidential) Documents of this case, that my lawyer claims to have viewed, but does not have in his possession. He claims they were in favor of the defendants. Although my lawyer...

  11. KNOWLEDGEISPOWER_9112 In the state of N.J., in considering applying for welfare/disability for myself, they ask if you have any lawsuits pending. I'm assuming that this is asked, so the state may be able to retreive funds that were given prior to a settlement. Is that correct? I'm concerned because my husband had received disability for several yrs. before his passing and we had also received N.J. family care(government assistance) for many years prior for our children. My question is how far back are they entitled to retreive funds given to us? Also I'm not sure it matters but I feel should include that the lawsuit pending is in my deceased husbands name in regard's to our son's death.
  12. In the state of N.J., in regarding applying for wIelfar/disability, they ask if you have any lawsuits pending. I'm assuming that this is asked so the state may be able to retreive funds that were given prior to a settlement. I'm concerned because my husband had received disability for several before passing, and we had also received N.J. family care(government assistance) for many years prior for our children. My question is how far back are they entitled to retreive funds given to us...

  13. CAN YOU TELL ME IF THERE ARE ANY LAWS IN NEW JERSEY REGARDING HEALTH INSURANCE BENEFITS AFTER EMPLOYMENT TERMINATION. MY HEALTH INSURANCE WAS TERMINATED IMMEDIATELY THE DAY FOLLOWING MY EMPLOYEE TERMINATION. I THOUGHT THAT I WOULD HAVE AT LEAST HAD COVERAGE FOR THE REMAINDER OF THAT MONTH, I ALSO THOUGHT THAT I WOULD HAVE BEEN ALLOWED/OFFERED TO CONTINUE MY HEALTH COVERAGE AT MY OWN EXPENSE IF I WISHED TO DO SO. CAN YOU PLEASE INFORM ME IF THERE ARE ANY LAWS IN THIS REGARD, THE INSURANCE CO. HAS TOLD ME THAT BOTH ISSUES ARE COMPLETELY UP TO THE EMPLOYER.
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