answered on Mar 4, 2023
A Mississippi attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Reach out to attorneys and try to arrange a free initial consult. Law firms that handle such cases generally work on a contingency basis. Good luck
answered on Oct 22, 2021
A Mississippi attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. This is only a Q & A board. If you're seeking an attorney, you could go to sites that are attorney referral services. You could also search online independently or use the tab above (Find-a-Lawyer) to... Read more »
Now on Blood thinners due to the birth control, still have a Pulmonary Embolis
answered on Mar 6, 2021
Likely you may have a claim. If you want you may call me to discuss. Understand that the cause is not a slam dunk--many things may cause an embolism. It's not a "fingerprint" occurrence, so rare that it almost proves itself.
If you have any of the wrappers or containers of... Read more »
My significant other, who has questionable reasoning skills, at best, due to a major stroke, paid cash (quite a bit) to a “friend” for an “antique” vehicle. (As a matter of fact, I have durable POA.) When attempting to resell the vehicle, it was determined the vehicle does not match the... Read more »
answered on Feb 23, 2021
You are right. It's up to them to give you good title. Otherwise sue them for the money paid.
Is this legal
Can I have it removed
answered on Apr 25, 2020
It would probably be very difficult, particularly with the current health crisis. If it relates to injuries that are discussed in trial proceedings, those always appear in court reporters. But even when unified court systems or legal databases post PDF files of decisions or motions, medical... Read more »
answered on Sep 26, 2019
You could repost this, adding Criminal Law to your categories. It looks like you're asking about "Accessory After the Fact." That's something a criminal defense attorney would know about. Good luck
I was on a boat that caught on fire with a friend.. She owns the boat. We both had to jump off into the water and be pulled away before it went completely up in flames. 5 days after this happens, my friend receives a recall letter advising of a problem that could cause overheating and boat to catch... Read more »
answered on Sep 19, 2019
Yes, it's possible you could sue, based on your injuries. I hope the two of you are okay, but keep records of any injuries sustained in the fire, in abandoning the vessel, and awaiting rescue in the water, if applicable. This could include emergency room visits, follow-up doctor visits, etc.... Read more »
There is a lawsuit in court for breach of warranty due to defects that have impaired the value of the home. However, there is an area in the flooring that is has been slowly caving in. Also, it is slowly spreading out. This may be caused from potential toxic hazardous chemicals. The... Read more »
answered on Apr 28, 2019
If you are wondering why you are not receiving answers from lawyers here on Justia it is because Justia is a free online legal forum established to allow members of the public to ask general legal questions to lawyers who volunteer their time, not to answer specific questions that may have very... Read more »
This formula caused serious injury and death to many babies.I now have end stage renal disease and also serious mental disorder.I wanted to know if their are any legal actions I may take against the makers of this product now that I am an adult. This formula was made in 1978-1979 by a company... Read more »
answered on Dec 5, 2017
It would have to be proven that your renal failure was caused by the formula and no other product, through expert testimony. I don't see it, and then there's the statute of limitations issue, but for you to have some closure why not contact an attorney in your area that offers free... Read more »
What can I do, my order was simple: fried chicken with fried chicken rice, honey chicken with fried chicken rice, and sesame seed chicken with fried chicken rice, I told no shrimp and am allergy, but on the sesame chicken plate, that was my plate, combination rice with seafood, I can send a picture
answered on Aug 31, 2017
Ask for a refund. I assume you didn't have anaphylactic shock. Understand you do not get a recovery for what could have happened but for what did happen.
I sold the vehicle about 6 months ago but received a message today he financed it. He said the finance sent it to the bank but the check is in my name. He wants me to cash it for him. What does this mean for me? I was unaware of this till I received the message asking me to cash it for him.
answered on Jun 12, 2017
You would know if he financed it. If you sold it you got the proceeds because it's in your name.
He should ask you just to sign the check over to him.
I am referencing MDL 2326 vs Boston Scientific with an average of $4.6 million (5.6m average including punitive damages). My case is particularly similar having several surgeries and damages.
answered on Nov 14, 2016
Ask your attorney. Short answer is that the first trials are usually better than average because the plaintiffs have been hand selected. MDL settlement amounts may be lower also because there is a tendency to as a whole give a little less than a jury might win. Also, on damage issues, most trials... Read more »
Amneal Alprazolam diagnosed incontinance in September 2011.
answered on Mar 25, 2014
You have three years from the date of the injury to file a lawsuit. There are other caveats that are involved so you should speak to an attorney about your case.
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