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0 Answers | Asked in Contracts and Products Liability for Connecticut on
Q: Can I get an injection stopping a solar company from reinstalling solar panels after it cause $15,000 in damages to roof

A solar company improperly installed solar panels on my roof that caused over 15,000 in damages because their damage was so extensive I had to get the panels temporarily removed by pay them $1,800!!!! I have to pay to fix my roof with the hopes that’s I’ll be about to recover the costs from... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Traffic Tickets for Connecticut on
Q: I accidentally passed a school bus parked with lights flashing that I couldn't see because they were pretty dull.

There was a cop behind me who did nothing, didn't even stop me, he just drove by. I am scared I will get in trouble but I was not stopped at all. I did park on the side because I was panicking after and he still didn't stop me. I'm really scared I will get in trouble when I... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Landlord - Tenant for Connecticut on
Q: Is my HOA responsible for taking action related to possible black mold in neighbors unit

Downstairs neighbor may have black mold (other neighbors reported to HOA they saw possible mold around windows). I share walls with this neighbor and have concerns it may spread if hasn’t already. HOA is taking neighbors word that there is no mold in their unit, not actually walking through or... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Estate Planning, Family Law, Personal Injury and Probate for Connecticut on
Q: How can i get my settlement money that should have been turn over to me when i became 18?

I had a malpractice lawsuit settlement as a minor because doctor misdiagnose me. My mother have been using my structed settlement money since i was a minor. I am over 18 and i want my money but mother said it hers money not mine. She also said this structed settlement settlement money supposed to... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law for Connecticut on
Q: My sister has no record and has a hindering police prosecution from texting someone and telling them that the cops are

Looking for them she has been locked up since June on a one hundred thousand dollar bail how long does this carry

1 Answer | Asked in Child Custody and Family Law for Connecticut on
Q: i have shared custody. Can I make him take the kids an extra day/l and change days? We do 2/2/5. Id need to do 4/3.

I need to make more money in order to take care of the kids - I am a single mom with shared custody. I’m taking a new job. The training will require 5mos where he would need to take them mon-Fri and I could take them Fri-sunday. Then after that I could go back to the 2/2/5 or adjust as needed.... Read more »

Linda Ann Subbloie
Linda Ann Subbloie
answered on Nov 12, 2022

In my opinion, you should think twice about giving him the children for 4.5 days a week with only 2.5 days left for you. Five months is a long time on this schedule and once you do it, if it happens, it may be difficult to get back what you had.

You should get an agreement together with a...
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0 Answers | Asked in Uncategorized for Connecticut on
Q: Is allowing my 11 year old to go unaccompanied to the public library for 1-2 hr considered substantial risk

We were told it’s against the law if they are under 12 by librarian

2 Answers | Asked in Estate Planning, Personal Injury and Probate for Connecticut on
Q: What I have to do to get my settlement money?

I had a malpractice suit against the doctor when I was a minor. Judge reward money for me and because I was a minor my mom had it. My mom has been secretly using my settlement money since I was a minor and still using it. I am an adult, and I am not under guardianship, but mom tells me I can't... Read more »

Bill Beckert
Bill Beckert
answered on Nov 9, 2022

Under CT law, a minor who receives a settlement must have the funds deposited in a restricted account administered by the Probate Court. Your mother cannot withdraw money unless she gets an order approving the withdrawal from the Court. In another words, she would have to apply for permission to... Read more »

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1 Answer | Asked in Landlord - Tenant and Personal Injury for Connecticut on
Q: I fell in my public housing and injured after a flood from the apartment above us that was under repair. What can I do

If I file a claim, can the housing authoritie make me leave or raise my rent.

Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar
answered on Nov 18, 2022

A Connecticut attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. And if public entities are involved, it's possible there could be notice of claim issues that require prompt filing action. Your best option is probably to reach out to Connecticut personal injury attorneys... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law for Connecticut on
Q: If my fiance and I are separating can I get engagement ring back that I'm still paying for
Linda Ann Subbloie
Linda Ann Subbloie
answered on Nov 6, 2022

Yes. In CT the engagement ring is considered a conditional gift. Since the condition of getting married won't be met, then you are entitled to the ring back.

0 Answers | Asked in Election Law for Connecticut on
Q: Can a CT Registrar of Voters serve as campaign manager for a candidate on the ballot 11/8 & run town's 11/8 election?

Would this be a conflict of interest requiring recusal due to inability of a Registrar of Voters who is also the campaign manager for a candidate on the ballot -- since they can't impartially serve as one of two chief municipal election officials for the 11/8/22 election: they could not... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Estate Planning, Personal Injury, Legal Malpractice and Probate for Connecticut on
Q: How can i find where my settlement money went to?

I am profound deaf and i was a malpractice lawsuit against the doctor when i was a minor. There was a settlement agreement and my mom have quietly using my settlement check since 1995 to present. As i became an adult i felt there something suspicious going on because everything was under my name... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Animal / Dog Law, Civil Rights and Landlord - Tenant for Connecticut on
Q: I am getting evicted bc I have an emotional support animal for my mental disability

Lapse of time-stating I never had right or privilege to occupy my apartment of 13/14 yrs

0 Answers | Asked in Elder Law and Libel & Slander for Connecticut on
Q: Is there a statute of limitations in Connecticut for how long after a gift made to me by our mother can be sued in court

now that my mother has passed, my brother is claiming that money my mother gave me 13 years ago is supposed to be half his and threatening to take me to court. He has no proof of this as it is a false claim.

1 Answer | Asked in Business Law for Connecticut on
Q: Hi, I recently moved to Connecticut from Florida. I have an LLC in Florida.

Can I become a resident in Connecticut while having an LLC in Florida? I will be switching my business from FL to CT early next year. Thanks!

Joseph B. LaRocco
Joseph B. LaRocco
answered on Oct 6, 2022

Yes, you can still maintain a FL LLC even after you move to CT. Technically you should convert to a CT LLC or at least file a certificate to business in CT by obtaining a certificate of good standing from FL. You also need to check with the Department of Revenue Services in CT regarding tax issues... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law for Connecticut on
Q: Can my cousin press criminal charges for busting house window when he gave me permission to be in the house?

I used to stay with my cousin at my late aunt’s house. My stuff is still there. He is executor of my late aunt’s will and his wife, who he hasn’t seen in 2 yrs, lives in their home in CT. Cousin is hospitalized. Wife texted asked me to watch &help with dogs (@ late aunts). Cuz gave lawn... Read more »

Terrence H Thorgaard
Terrence H Thorgaard
answered on Sep 21, 2022

She can try, but it's a matter of who the authorities believe. From what you say, the cousin (who you indicate is executor), gave you permission to stay there, His wife also gave you permission, although arguably revoked the permission (which she probably had no right to do) when she asked... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law and Child Custody for Connecticut on
Q: Couple of questions

I have a couple of questions so I’ve been having a lot of issues with the babies father and his family . I plan on going to court soon but i am wondering what my chances would be in court . On his side of the family his mother has threatened for grandparent rights but has barely seen her... Read more »

Linda Ann Subbloie
Linda Ann Subbloie
answered on Sep 13, 2022

You didn't say what you are going to court for. Is there a custody order in place now and you are trying to modify it or there is no court orders yet and you are going to court for the first time.

Grandparents can not get custody in CT unless they meet very stringent requirements. If...
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