In November 2019, I was 15 (I’m 18 now) and was behind the passengers side of a Lyft driver. Is was around 3am and we got hit by a drunk driver on the highway. I watched my Lyft driver die and that was the last thing I remember. I woke in the hospital with a scraped knee, a broken rib and a... Read more »
Whether you are entitled is only half of the battle. Your statute of limitations is running out quickly. Normally it is 2 years but becuase you were a minor, it was suspended. You need to contact counsel asap.
You can negotiate with them. Any break they give you MAY result in a 1099-C for taxes. They start reporting usually after the first late 30 days occurs. Debt management companies, in my opinion, are not good as the first several months of payment go to their fees, and nothing is done to protect...Read more »
I believe the employee, if accident occurred while in his employment, would be entitled to coverage from the county. I recommend filing a title 59 notice if you are the Plaintiff. The time for this to be done is short, so speak with counsel.
My son is classified OHI and has an IEP. His teacher thought he was under the influence because he was exhibiting erratic behaviors. he was sent out to be drug tested, it came back negative. To prevent this from happening again, and to find out the complete story, I would like to speak with the... Read more »
IN NJ I received a citation for the moving violation '39:4-88B TRAFFIC ON MARKED LANES - UNSAFE LANE CHANGE'. I ended up disputing the ticket online as I did not believe the ticket was fair to my actions as I was not making any lane changes and simply drifted to the shoulder of the road... Read more »
I have been in Chapter 13 bankruptcy for four years and two months. I haven’t missed a payment on my mortgage or Trustee. My loan was for $210,000. My mortgage was sold and I received a letter saying that I owe $170,000 on my loan which has to be a mistake. Then they are saying, I owe $16,000 on... Read more »
Pursuant to the statute, you must have resided within the State of New Jersey for the past 180 days. or which District (Vicinage) you would be in is based upon your zip code. As you have to present your Driver's License, I would put that address, as you get you mail at a Post Office Box.
Not always. It really depends on what the salvage value is and what they get for it. Read the fine print of anything they give you as it should explain what you may be liable for once you give them title. Make sure to get your plates back
Got some medical bills sense chapter 7 and payday loans when I was out of work I'd like to pay back at a manageable plan. I am back to work now and have a steady income but wasn't sure if chapter 13 was an option within 2 years or not.
The statute says: No person shall willfully abandon a vehicle upon the public highways, bridges or tunnels of this State, or upon any highways, bridges or tunnels in this State operated by any authority of this State or by any authority created jointly by this State and any other State for the...Read more »
Received a ticket for parking too close to a fire hydrant at 4:48 am which I paid. Then just received a notice for another ticket, which apparently was issued at 8:16 am the same day. I did not receive this ticket and was not even aware of it until today. Do I have to also pay this one?
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