This will be throughly detailed and I will mainly discuss the mistreatment/negligence I endured from DCF, former foster care parents, medical centers, etc. I’m going to state their full names, locations, etc. I just would like to make sure that I can’t be sued afterwards.
An attorney who works with authors in the publishing industry could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. As a general matter, there is no controlling whether someone would file a lawsuit if they claim that they have been libeled or slandered. Good luck
What area of law does all of this fall into if your trying to sue the state if your kids were wrongfully diagnosed and put on narcotics when they never had any psychiatric issues, and were sexually abused, physically abused, traumatized and neglected while in foster care. What form of a lawsuit... View More
This case arises under FAMILY/CHILD ABUSE AND GOVERNMENT CLAIMS law. You need to discuss with an attorney in your jurisdiction that specializes in this kind of law. Thank you for using Justia, Ask a Lawyer.
A Connecticut attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for more than a week. In addition to searching for attorneys online, you could use the tab above, "Find a Lawyer," to search for attorneys in your area. You could also look into whether your local and state bar...View More
My daughter was hit by a car while crossing the street (at a crosswalk) on her way home from school. (Driver was speeding and ran a stop sign) We are compiling a case to sue (doctors & physical therapy appointments, etc.). She is in physical therapy still and was hit while crossing the street... View More
You absolutely can sue both drivers. Both cases could be consolidated if the evidence suggested that to be the correct course of action. To fully answer your question I would need to know more about y our daughter's injuries and treatment for both cases. I would be...View More
There is not much information in your question to assist an attorney in determining whether you have a case. I would say that negligence cases, including medical malpractice claims, generally have a 2 year statute of limitations. You indicate that the incident occurred in 2020. Without knowing...View More
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... View More
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...View More
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...View More
A Connecticut attorney could probably advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. You could look up law firms that handle product liability cases, in particular ones that specialize in pharmaceutical drugs. Firms in this sector often hold themselves out for particular drugs, in terms...View More
it depends on whether you knew the moped had any damages or defects that led to the problem that caused the injury to the rider. It also depends on whether you had a contract where the buyer bought it "as is".
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...View More
I went to my local McDonald's yesterday around 5:30 in the afternoon it's been between 30-35°f so the ice is melting off the roof and freezing onto the sidewalk. And because of covid they only have one entrance. I ordered curbside but they took about 30 min so I decided to go inside and... View More
A Connecticut attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. It could depend on the outcome of the investigation of the accident. Property owners and businesses could have their own policies and procedures for handling accidents that occur on their premises. If you are...View More
I was in an accident where two cars hit me, and I was completely stopped at a light. Whiplash and post concussion syndrome. Serious MCL, shoulder injury. Doesn’t look like surgery. Having PT and had CT scan done. Taking meds along with daily headaches.
A Connecticut attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. And it would make sense to consult with someone sooner than later because the days immediately following an accident could be accompanied by forms to compete for insurance companies, obtaining police reports, bills...View More
A Connecticut attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. You refer to a case that is not included in the post. It's possible that part of your question may have been left off when you uploaded your post. There's no guarantee all questions are picked up,...View More
$15,000 is an amount that invokes a certain jurisdiction of the Superior Court. There is no limit to what can be recovered, but Courts are always on the look out for excessive or improper awards. Each case is judged on its individual merits.
Only a Connecticut attorney could advise, but your post remains open for two weeks. If you haven't already, consider reaching out to a local attorney to discuss. Aside from state-specific statutes of limitations (which are typically in the order of years as a general matter nationwide), if the...View More
I was in lots of pain leading up to my miscarriage. The healthcare provider didn't look into the cause of pain and when I asked for accommodation after stating I lift heavy at work (50+ pounds at times) I was refused. I worked 12 hour shifts at the warehouse Amazon and every worker is given... View More
The short answer is yes. But it depends on the condition of the trampoline. For example, if there was safety equipment that was not assembled or connected to it, whether there were problems with the trampoline that you knew of, but nevertheless let her use it.
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