And what should I do if I have proof of someone assaulting me, calling me racist names, and destruction of private property?
answered on Jan 13, 2021
you can go to the court and petition for a protective order. If s/he does it after the restraining order is granted, the police will arrest on the spot.
Civil suit case
answered on Jan 21, 2020
It's possible you could. You would be best off discussing this with an attorney in New Mexico, but your post remains open for a week. As a general matter, this arises in contribution or indemnity settings, and the party you implead becomes a third-party defendant. This is covered in Rule 14 of... Read more »
I am seeking compensation against the manufacturers of hydrocodone for reimbursement for my family in paying for extended rehabilitation efforts following opiate addiction.
answered on Dec 12, 2019
Yes, there are lawyers taking these cases. You can contact any of us who practice in the area of personal injury, particularly those who advertise experience in class action or pharmaceutical litigation.
It was at Goodwill I was just looking around after picking up brochures from the job room a lady seen that I needed a job and was very kind to me told me to go apply at so and so and I greatly appreciated it as I was walking out the store manager and another employee began to be rude and harassing... Read more »
answered on Aug 25, 2019
If suing, you expose your entire mental health history and medical records.
Truly, what are the monetary value of the damages?
When I call the number listed for the invalid bill on my Citi statements, they hang up on me with no discussion. The email address on their website doesn't work.
Regardless, Citi says I need to communicate with the vendor to stop charges. I can't communicate with them and... Read more »
answered on Jul 8, 2019
FYI: You are fighting the "triangle" battle that very few--if any--bank customers can ever hope to win. But as a former bank operations officer, I will tell you the easiest and most effective way to win and stop the monthly bleeding:
Close your account at Citi Bank--and do not... Read more »
Employment disability discrimination case in New Mexico. In the discovery phase, they are insisting that I sign a release of information for all former, even though I was employed by this company for 17 years, and all companies I applied since my constructive discharge. What relevance does any... Read more »
answered on Jun 29, 2019
Are you handling this case by yourself? If possible, I strongly urge you to consult with an attorney. Litigation is filled with these kinds of issues that can get your case dismissed if you don't handle them properly.
I believe you are asking about an employment information release.... Read more »
I tried to get it dismissed because I never finished or obtained a degree and the ending result the loans racked up to around $89,000 theres no way I can afford to pay this back I have 3 kids now and I filed paperwork because I found it tech was still filing loans for me and collecting student aid... Read more »
answered on Jun 29, 2019
You need to know what type of loans were issued and whether they are federally guaranteed. Some student loans even survive bankruptcy.
Gather the original loan papers if you can locate them. Contact a student loan lawyer. A fdcpa attorney can advise you if the debt collector broke debt... Read more »
Car only had misfire, got vehicle back smoking from engine!
answered on Mar 18, 2019
It's not fully clear what took place here, in terms of what you agreed to, whether you were provided with an estimate, what amount you were charged, what the original problem with the car was, what the condition of the car is, what the mechanic did, among other issues. You could contact an... Read more »
I purchased a water softener unit for my house and I recently found out that the finance company placed a lien on my property as soon as the contracts were signed. The payments have been paid regularly and up to date when I found out of the lien on my property. Can this be done without a judgement?
answered on Mar 6, 2019
It depends on what you signed. It might be that you gave them a lien on your home, like a mortgage.
It is not a judgment lien in all likelihood.
answered on Apr 28, 2017
No. To represent someone in Court you have to be licensed as an attorney.
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