I am in the process of hiring a lawyer on a contigency fee basis, to sue for tortious conduct for interference of a body. emtional distress, etc. What is the normal/good percentage for a lawyer for such a case?
You have several possible claims against three possible defendants. Realistically, your recovery is likely limited by the amount of insurance that is available. I'll break down each of your possible claims, but you probably only care about the practical advice so I'll start there....Read more »
I was at the apartments they rent out to there workers when I got into a argument with someone there and they ended up draging me with there truck and also when I manged to pull myself up in to the bed I stood up and he kept swerving trying to throw me off well so happens after couple trys he... Read more »
My neighbors dogs routinely trespass and while I'm getting a docile breed I'm worried something may happen because dogs can be territorial and want to know if I need to build a real fence to protect myself from liability
Generally, no. A dog owner is not liable if the dog attacks another dog that comes on the dog owner's property without the property owner/dog owner's permission.
If you were sued for damages and lost the case, the damages would be limited to the vet bills for the injured dog or...Read more »
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