Lawyers dropping the ball?
I'm getting frustrated. My accident was 30 weeks ago today, and I've still not seen a single drop of income replacement. I was notified in august, after months of back and forth on paperwork, that I was being approved, but it seems like my lawyer, or more correctly the paralegal who has been working on my file, has dropped the ball over and over. I send emails, but they are not replied to for a week or more. She requests information, which I send, then when I ask the status of my claim, she says she needs the information which I already sent her. Today I got frustrated and simply REsent the emails I had originally sent, stating that I had already given her the info she wanted in several different emails...
NOW, my insurance adjuster won't get to my file till late next week, and I am just frustrated. IS there any recourse once you've gotten yourself a lawyer? Tjhis is a bit ridiculous, and I am ready to call this paralegal's boss.
Feb 24, 2012 - Slipped on a large puddle of ice at work, hitting the back of my head. No loss of consciousness, so I assumed I'd be back at work within a few days. I was wrong.
When resting, symptoms are low. With exertion, I still suffer from fatigue, migraines, vision problems, problems thinking or reading, troubles sleeping, issues finding or getting words to my mouth when the headaches are bad, tinnitus, and thyroid issues which I think are due to the concussion. Seen one specialist, and now a few others through insurance review of my case. Hoping for further treatment.