Timur Akpinar's answer It could be the hotel and/or the lamp manufacturer, depending on the circumstances of how the wire came to be exposed. You could consult with a Connecticut attorney who could investigate the matter further and review the medical records.
Timur Akpinar's answer The criteria is one more about the nature of the waters than of distance. Maritime law can apply to an injury that takes place on something known as "navigable waters," which carries with it the attribute of interstate nexus. Therefore a boat operating off the East Coast, West Coast, adjoining gulfs, or sounds can fulfill this requirement. It doesn't have to be 100 miles offshore.
Timur Akpinar's answer It could depend on what the government is pursuing the person for/or what the government has taken action against the person in the past for, and whether those things are relevant to, or directly/indirectly connected to the suit. A consultation with a Washington attorney who had additional facts and details could help answer the question more meaningfully.
Timur Akpinar's answer I don't practice in Michigan but your question remains open for 3 weeks. In general, a homeowner's policy should cover medical bills. There can be limitations, such as if a contractor was performing work, the carrier could issue a denial on the grounds that it would be a workers' comp matter. You could check the terms of your policy. If you want to submit the claim and it is denied, you could consult with a Michigan attorney who could advise more meaningfully after reviewing policy.
Timur Akpinar's answer You could check with the North Carolina Bar Association’s lawyer referral service. You could tell them you are looking for a property and casualty lawyer (possibly business-related based on your terms).
Timur Akpinar's answer I don’t practice in Alaska but your question remains open for two weeks. In general in a med mal case, a medical practitioner would have needed to breach a duty of care, injuries/damages would have resulted, and there would be a causal relationship between the breach and the injuries. An attorney could ask how you know you didn’t become sick elsewhere, and what medical records do you have to substantiate becoming sick. Additionally, doctor’s waiting rooms can be high-traffic areas known...
Timur Akpinar's answer In general, a mechanic’s lien is a security interest against someone’s property. It can arise if a homeowner fails to pay a contractor who performs work and the contractor files the lien. If you are involved with a mechanic’s lien and require more in-depth information, consult with an attorney in California.
Timur Akpinar's answer This is an open-ended question whose answer could fill volumes. One of the important responsibilities of a corporate legal firm is to advise officers of the client corporation how to properly operate within the law. This could include guiding corporate officers about compliance with legislative developments.
Timur Akpinar's answer Your customer could contact an officer of the company to verify if the request is reaching the right department. If the company will not respond, and there is a basis for a valid and meaningful claim, your customer could consult with an attorney.
Timur Akpinar's answer Contact a personal injury attorney in North Dakota who provides free consultations. In addition to discussing the legal issues arising here, the attorney could advise you regarding deadlines and timeframes within you must act to preserve your legal rights.
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