I received a letter of notification from my former employer saying that one of their employees mistakenly sent out my personal information to some clients. The company further said in the latter that they investigated the incident and found out that the same employee has made the same mistake on... Read more »
It may be possible to sue them IF you can show that as a result someone was able to use that information. You say you have "7 different reports I know nothing about." Any lawyer you talk to will want you to find out what they are. They may or may not have anything to do with this....Read more »
I am now 22 and have found out that the lawyer is not really working my case and has lost 2 years of my file. I have never signed a agreement with the lawyer but she holds me responsible for certain costs not my mother. Can I change lawyer and not owe her 33 1/3 of a new lawyers settlement.
Please Take Notice: I am not your lawyer unless we enter into an engagement agreement in writing. This is only general information. It is NOT legal advice, and it may not work for your specific situation. It is impossible to evaluate a legal...Read more »
You can keep calling until you are able to speak with him or her. Or, better yet, you can just present yourself at the office and I believe you will be successful. Has the lawyer ever sent you correspondence? Are you sure he was retained by you?
The short answer: restitution, civil damages, and possibly benefits through the Nebraska's Crime Victim's Reparation Program. The particular benefits applicable to your case will depend on the facts involved in the assault and the injuries sustained.
you need to consult with a lawyer in nebraska who does personal injury cases. walmart can be very difficult to deal with. there is a website dedicated to cases against walmart, the results and the treatment by walmart. you can google it and find it. mike polen and myself had a fairly recent jury...Read more »
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