Medpay is a benefit you pay for with your own car insurance. It will pay medical bills from an injury you receive in an auto accident regardless of fault. Some (most) require you to pay it back if you get compensation from a 3rd party. A good personal injury attorney will try to get your insurance...Read more »
You should get an attorney if you want to sue someone. The court will sometimes join cases but the facts would have to be very similar if not exactly the same. A good CIVIL litigation attorney can help you understand what options are available.
If they were ordered to pay your attorney fees then you should have the attorney handle the matter. You should have a contract with your attorney that covers such situations. Your attorney needs to confirm with the court how much you paid your attorney.
During initial hearing before new judge, it seemed as if she was not familiar with the case. She did not ask Defendant's atty to declare his presence so I have no idea if anyone was actually present. Lastly, she seemed completely befuddled, as though she had no idea what she was doing.
It's hard to know exactly your role in the case. Are you a defendant? Do you have an attorney? Without more information we can't really give you a good answer. If you have an attorney you should ask them. If you don't and you are a party in the case you should strongly consider...Read more »
If I understand your question correctly then you should ask your criminal defense attorney how you can retrieve whatever was taken from you when you were arrested. If you don't have a criminal defense attorney of public defender then you should get one right away.
Sorry to hear about your experience. It's not quite clear what legal grounds you want to stand on. If you mean the debt... If you acquired the debt on your credit cards or loans in your name only then you are responsible. Did you get his promise to repay or share in writing? If so you could...Read more »
into it. The building manager was vey nice , I was knocked unconscious and sent to the hospital. The 3rd party that handles the building insurance claims was not very nice to me although they did reimbursed my health insurance company's payments. The two year anniversary is on 4/1.... Read more »
You get a defense attorney and if you can't afford one then you might be able to get a public defender. If you handle it yourself then just continue to tell your side of it and be very consistent in what you say.
If you have a personal injury claim you should talk to an attorney first. They most likely would have an expert evaluate it and keep it as evidence in your case. If you didn't get hurt very badly then it most likely will be hard to get an attorney. They should compensate you for a new mattress...Read more »
Mom and dad are both late in their late 70's and I know dad has $25 - $35 thousand in credit card debt and his business has at least that much. I can make the house payment but if one dies I can't pay his bills. How would bankruptcy work in California.
Dismissing soon to file 7 lawyer is doing asked lawyer for itemized fees , never told me adding on 3000 plus already owe 5000 in trustee portal . I know that, If retainer said in chapter 13 I owe is this considered secured debt since they put I'd take loan on home to pay remainder if I... Read more »
It's hard to understand exactly what you are asking here. You should get clear answers from your current attorney. Ask for a sit down meeting and bring a list of your questions and make sure you understand the answers before leaving.
You need to file an answer or they will get a default judgment against you. If you have time and you qualify you can file bankruptcy before they get a default judgment and it will resolve the lawsuit. You can almost always unwind a default judgment but it will cost you some money. Call a bankruptcy...Read more »
While flossing my teeth with a flossing pick my floss got caught between my teeth on the way down on what I later found out was a piece of my tooth filling, there was no way of sliding the floss out since it's attached to the pick and when I pulled down to pull the pick out it broke and pulled... Read more »
The previous answer is most likely what happened. You could sue either but I don't think you would get any attorneys to help. Call some and discuss it if you feel strongly but if the first 3 tell you that they can't help then you most likely will have to do it on your own. You will need a...Read more »
Last month I collected all the paperwork to file with a lawyer, but now my husband just told me he wants a divorce & for me to leave. We rent this house, but owner sides with him. The lawyer I was going to hire changed his mind today because I now have to move to northern california with... Read more »
As others have already stated - it might be better to see if a Chp 7 works for you. Don't hold back anything from any attorney you meet with because they need to know exactly what your situation is in order to give you the best advice. Unless you urgently need to file you might do it after...Read more »
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