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0 Answers | Asked in Personal Injury for Texas on
Q: A case was filed to toll statute of limitations, on the last day of statute, the case was dismissed after, can I refile?

The case we dismissed due to not knowing about the court date, so it should be without prejudice. It is more than 120 days since the dismissal and over a year after statute.

2 Answers | Asked in Personal Injury and Car Accidents for California on
Q: Multiple vehicle accident in CA, vehicles who did NOT hit me want my insurance limits information, do I give it?

There was a multiple vehicle rear end accident in a lane next to me. A vehicle trying to avoid it turned into my lane and hit me. Now the other drivers who didnt hit me or vice versa are reaching out to my insurance for coverage information. I dont see why I should let my insurance give them my... Read more »

Theodore Allan Greene
Theodore Allan Greene answered on May 18, 2022

If you were not at fault there is no reason to give your policy limits. On the other hand not giving it might make them think you did have some fault. If someone is coming after you then your insurance company will provide you with an attorney who you can consult with. If you are included in any... Read more »

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1 Answer | Asked in Personal Injury for California on
Q: Now after over three years the management has giving notice of remediation services can I still sue for per. Injury

It's been over three yrs.not having this mold acknowledged, but it's been by two different managers, now we've gotten another manager and, finally after the covide came into our world we've finally gotten inspections of our units but even though the new management has made an... Read more »

Dan Rowan Cortright
Dan Rowan Cortright answered on May 18, 2022

If you've been injured by someone else's negligence (e.g. by failing to remediate a known mold exposure), then yes, you can sue the person who failed to remediate (i.e. the former property manager) for your injuries/damages. There is a 2-year statute of limitations for injury cases, so... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Civil Litigation, Criminal Law, Personal Injury and Domestic Violence for Michigan on
Q: My upstairs neighbor stomps on my ceiling every time I play music during the day Is that harassment?

It's been going on for about a year but has gotten really bad recently. If I play music on a portable speaker, in my apartment, between 12pm-7pm, they stomp heavily on my ceiling. I turn down before sundown. It's not even very loud though. I can converse at a normal level right next to... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law, Personal Injury, Civil Litigation and Civil Rights for Georgia on
Q: Hello. Cam a lawyer please help me.with my case? I want to sue but do not have funds to pay up front. God Bless.

Hello. On 1-3-2022 I was pull over for non-working brake lights (pre-video evidence,they work) 12 broken ribs and lung collapsed and multiple dog bites as well as getting hit by the officers and they admitted to striking in police report. I need help please.

0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law, Employment Law, Personal Injury and Employment Discrimination for Mississippi on
Q: I NEED TO FILE EEOC RIGHT TO SUE LETTER BY JUNE17. HOW CAN I FIND SOMEONE?

EMPLOYER HAS 400 EMPLOYEES AND OWNER PARENT COMPANY HAS 10,000

0 Answers | Asked in Personal Injury and Education Law for Washington on
Q: Is it illegal for a high school to deny graduating because of missing credits due to medical condition?

My high school won’t let me graduate because they don’t want to clear credits I didn’t obtain due to a chronic medical condition. Help please.

0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law, Employment Law and Personal Injury for Tennessee on
Q: I was hypnotized and stalked while military or law enforcement were trying to take care of a bomb threat

I saw species needs people answering same questions in their head as i was

2 Answers | Asked in Personal Injury for Florida on
Q: I was injured in a ski lift accident on Sugar Mountain in North Carolina on March 6, I fractured my right leg.

The platform of tower was Bare and the ski lift operator was not watching the ski lift and the ski lift never descended to the tower properly.

Terrence H Thorgaard
Terrence H Thorgaard answered on May 16, 2022

Presumably you are looking for an attorney to pursue a claim against the ski resort. You probably need to find an attorney licensed to practice in North Carolina, not Florida.

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2 Answers | Asked in Personal Injury for Florida on
Q: I was injured in a ski lift accident on Sugar Mountain in North Carolina on March 6, I fractured my right leg.

The platform of tower was Bare and the ski lift operator was not watching the ski lift and the ski lift never descended to the tower properly.

Charles M.  Baron
Charles M. Baron answered on May 16, 2022

It certainly sounds like you have a valid and worthwhile potential claim to compensate you for your pain and suffering, medical bills, and any other related damages. The first step in this situation is to present a claim to the insurance company for the business operating the ski lift, and if that... Read more »

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0 Answers | Asked in Personal Injury and Medical Malpractice for Colorado on
Q: If I was cut on my lower gum having a tooth pulled out, also hurting and bleed

Another dentist poked a nerve making my upper gum bleed and hurt horrendous Ku, same Dentist did the same with my mother

This Dentist also pulled out my lower molars out with hostility

1 Answer | Asked in Landlord - Tenant and Personal Injury for California on
Q: Does a mold remediation co.provide the information of the mold infested area for tenants known to tenants

I need help in filing personal injury case and after two years exsposer to mold not acknowledge after years attempted to have them provide service,Now a new manager has scheduled a rememdetion service to inspect this, but from what I understand they do not conduct inspections ,so how will they know... Read more »

Dale S. Gribow
Dale S. Gribow answered on May 17, 2022

MOLD IS USUALLY SENT OUT FOR ANALYSIS.........THE REMEDIATION CO THEN CLEAN UP THE MOLD ISSUES.

I WOULD THINK THE CO'S LOYALTY WOULD BE TO WHOEVER RETAINS THEM.

1 Answer | Asked in Personal Injury and Landlord - Tenant for California on
Q: Can I switch out the locks when my ex-Girlfriend is staying with her new boyfriend and her stuff is still in my place?

This happen about few days ago. I own the house and we lived here for about a year and few months. without going into details, she decided she had enough and end up getting a new boyfriend and is currently staying there. she did commented that she was keeping the key because she needed to come for... Read more »

Dale S. Gribow
Dale S. Gribow answered on May 16, 2022

Contact a local Unlawful Defense atty.

I fear you will have to give her a 3 day notice and serve her.

Are you still living in the house too.

2 Answers | Asked in Personal Injury for California on
Q: Will someone please take my case I have all the emails and text messages as proof

i had applied for a program to help domestic violence victims get dental work done that were caused by thier abuser, i was accepted, i went to the dentest for a Consultation and a few weeks later i receved a call saying the were going to do a full mouth restore, i agreed and they started the work... Read more »

Dale S. Gribow
Dale S. Gribow answered on May 16, 2022

If you pay a lawyer on an hourly you will find a lawyer.

Otherwise most med Mal lawyers do not want a case worth less than a million.

There is currently a limit of $250k probably being raised to $350k Plus loss of earnings.

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0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law, Family Law, Immigration Law and Personal Injury for Arkansas on
Q: Can u ask for a jury trial for a dependency case

I ask the public defender and she said no I haven't seen no paper work since my children haven been in dhs i ask no reply my child have been injured I ask for reports no reply ask judge she look over me

1 Answer | Asked in Personal Injury and Animal / Dog Law for California on
Q: An SDGE tree contract worker came onto my property, hit my dog and left without notifying me. Is there anything i can do

Pet was visibly ran over by a car.

I have a few acers, and my dogs are usually out and about on my property.

An SDGE contractor came to our home to inspect and clear around any electric poles.

I could hear as they sped off but didn't think anything of it. I have... Read more »

Dan Rowan Cortright
Dan Rowan Cortright answered on May 16, 2022

You should be able to make a claim with SDGE for personal property damage for your dog, and the driver and/or the company may also be liable for animal cruelty. If SDGE denies your claim, you may be able to sue for civil damages.

0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law, Family Law, Personal Injury and Juvenile Law for Virginia on
Q: Minor (16-yo) exhibits psychological and physical aggression and threatening behavior towards his mother

My spouse (USA, VA resident) and I live in different countries due my work, ongoing foreign permanent residency process, her domestic issues, etc.

The decision was also made by choice, due to my wife's son (from her 1st marriage) being a narcissistic, abusive/aggressive person.... Read more »

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