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Q: I left my computer in a public library building but with the webcam recording while I used the bathroom.

The computer was still there when I returned but it had recorded a slanderous conversation between two library (city) workers about me. Can I show that video/ audio to their supervisors without the "you didn't have their permission" malarkey?

Q: 5:14-cv-03139-SAC-DJW. Help please.
Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar
answered on Mar 4, 2022

A Connecticut attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. And you post under Personal Injury and Appeals/Appellate, suggesting that a need to appeal your matter might be at hand. With the question & answer format here, it's difficult for attorneys to reach out... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Personal Injury and Gov & Administrative Law for Connecticut on
Q: My daughter was injured during a basketball game at the park and rec and required surgery

My daughter was injured at the town park and rec during a basketball game trying to avoid another player. We never signed a release or waiver. An injury report was given that night. We found out that she tore her ACL and required numerous months of physical therapy. I contacted the town's... Read more »

David Alan Wolf
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David Alan Wolf
answered on Jun 1, 2018

There is only a "case" to pursue if there was some kind of negligence on the fault of the park or an individual assuming that government entities can be sued in the State of Connecticut for simple negligence. Typically, a property owner is not liable per se just because an injury or... Read more »

Q: Can i get help if i have ruined my life in my country and i have an american child?

Good morning, my child is an american citizen. I am her only parent as her father disappeared before she was borned. Im from the Carribean and we are currently in the USA. I live on a 6 mile long small island and word got around about me and a guy having an affair. I lost my job and housing because... Read more »

Amanda B Cook
Amanda B Cook
answered on Jun 1, 2017

Children can file immediate relative petitions for their parents after they've turned 21 years of age. However, there are a lot of other facts missing from your post that may be relevant to your case, and you should speak to an experienced immigration attorney to see if you could qualify for... Read more »

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