It was a accident contributed to by your daughters actions according to you. You could find a low life ambulance chasing lawyer and file but that is only contributing to what is already a pathetically litigious environment that you live in.
I am with you and would never even consider a suite, it isn't right and is one of the major contributors to the deteriorating social standards in your society. Take that with a grain of salt since I live in a country with much different standards.
US citizens view law suites like buying lottery tickets...that is wrong.
Children run, children fall, it's a cost of being a parent but no one is to blame.
If you're really worried about the sidewalk go talk to the city, don't sue them because your daughter tripped and it just so happened to be on the sidewalk.
Your daughter fell after failing to navigate a common and minor hazard while running in the dark. It's not as if the public works department dug a giant hole and then left it. Is it really fair to the rest of the tax payers in Sanford, NC to have to absorb the cost of a lawsuit for this?
Ok, thanks everyone , I won’t get attorney will just deal on my own for my medical bill then.
The doctor was pushing it. I guess Attorny and doctor are connected .
However the un-even street level I have called before the one on my street no one ever take care of it. So I don’t think City is doing anything with it.
@Ryan Murdock she did fall because of un-even street. She was running at time.
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