Car accident a year ago involving 3 cars. 1st car stopped because of debris on street. 2nd car hit her. Then 2nd car got hit by me. I only had to pay 2nd car for damages. Now over a year later the 2nd car is personally suing me. She is suing cause her husband I depressed. She never even mentions it... Read more »
More information is needed to properly answer your question, but in general when you get sued you should: Give the law suit to you insurance agent/company they should cover you for the accident if you were insured. If not you will need to hire your own lawyer to defend the case.
Its generally it is a part of drug court as it is the evaluation part. That being said if you want to get drug court that means you have been charged with a crime and thus yes you need a lawyer to make sure you get the best result.
The Answer is it depends on what you consider points you can get both insurance eligibility points and points on your drivers license both are different. As for the motor vehicle points you only get points for a third offense of this statute.
If one owns up to the gun the other persons lawyer may be able to convince the prosecutor to reduce or drop the charges especially if the case is weak. That being said one gun can be the possession of two people so they may be able to prove the case and may not care if one of the parties owns up...Read more »
You need to tell the judge exactly what you told us, but technically you are never supposed to cross that line. You may want to hire a lawyer to make sure you get the best defense most of us offer free in office consultations.
Not so unusual, if you are being charged or investigated for a crime by the police or think you may soon be, hire a criminal lawyer. If you are merely seeking child custody or some other family law issue, hire a family law lawyer.
He did Not quarantine, and said he got a 24hr test done at a place I know does not offer that service. Only 2-4 days due to it being a public testing facility. Also a few people also became ill immediately after his arrival.
You can sue anyone, but can you prove that you got covid from him and not someone else such as when you wen to the supermarket for food. This would be the defense your employer would probably assert. Not that you shouldn't try and you may also be entitled to workers compensation insurance....Read more »
You can't just take furniture from a place because you feel its been abandoned it may not be. That can be a criminal offense. If your trying to get a property by adverse possession be careful as many people end up not getting the property but getting a criminal charge instead for such things...Read more »
Her friend was driving and braked hard after a deer jumped in front of the vehicle. Can she sue Dunkin Donuts and receive a settlement? Does she have a case? She has medical records and pictures of her burns. This occurred in New Jersey
The excessive smoke From neighbors fire pit filled our home causing my husband and myself physical distress He was unable to breathe and began wheezing I also experienced shortness of breath, headache and swollen watery eyes
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