I've attempted to contact the hospital to request records but apparently they purge all records 10 years after discharge in accordance with CT state law. Not knowing the details of this surgery has major implications on my medical affairs currently. Also, the possibility that the surgeon didn't... Read more »
The more important issue is that a company will not take a pro se seriously and will low ball any offer. Once an attorney is involved the value of the case goes up and that attorney can help negotiate a better settlement for the injured person.
A few years ago (may be to late) a CT State trooper in uniform off of his shift arrived at my home and tried to steal a dog from me that his friend wanted. This friend and he made up a story about animal abuse which was unfounded. In the end he stole my horse who I had owned for almost 20 years. He... Read more »
This is an odd Q - I presume in the fact situation you presented the passenger did actually get a ticket. I can see no grounds for the passenger to get a ticket unless there are some facts that have not been presented.
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Re Peter Munsing's reply: Approx. $1k of individual parts are warrantied as long as I own the vehicle, almost unconditionally, independent of any time or mileage, and as many times as they break or wear out. If compensation should be... Read more »
I suspected a foreign body obstruction in my dog on a Saturday and was told by the ER VET it was probably not a foreign body, the hospital decided an MRI was not necessary but took x-rays on SATURDAY. These x-rays were reviewed by another Dr. on the same day and they confirmed an obstruction but I... Read more »
My old car was in storage for years with a Connecticut licensed dealer. I missed several months of storage payments, and the dealer sold the car as junk for cash, without paperwork, and without notifying me or otherwise complying with the pertinent DMV regulations.
Illegal pawnshop and second hand store when i crossed examined the detective asking him if he has proof that I sold anything to anyone he said no I also asked him if he sent a (confidential informant) to my business and he said yes and I also asked if I or anyone in my business bought anything and... Read more »
My grandparents had two heirs, my father and his brother, my uncle. They split my grandparents' estate between them, as provided in the will. My father was the executor, but he passed in 2009. My uncle is still alive. I have siblings and my uncle has children as well. Thank you.
I noticed on my husband's financial affidavit that a commission of the court notarize it. I had a notary do mine. Currently, we have verbally agreed on all financial matters (we had a prenup) and we have no children. Our divorce was initiated by my husband as uncontested. Should I worry about... Read more »
gwinnett county bus drivers r making kids wear their backpacks in front in order to check tags on their backpacks to ensure they are getting off the right bus stop. however this is not safe for the kids who are in elementary school and have big backpacks and cause them to trip or miss a step (which... Read more »
I bought a yoga laptop in December 2015. I noticed the initial issue within 2 months of the purchase and in the month of June laptop crashed down which caused loss of personal data and financial data as well. I sent the laptop back to company repair center. After 15 days laptop crashed down again.... Read more »
It sounds as though at this time you are only a witness. However, you might end up being a party - depending on the facts. Consult with a Tenn attorney and provide him all the facts to get sense as to whether there is a chance you might be added as a defendent.
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