Could o be sued for defamation of character even tho I’m not using his name in my videos?
answered on Mar 8, 2023
(1) Truth is a complete defense to a suit for defamation/libel. Revealing private medial or health information about someone, or their SSN or other private personal information, may give rise to a invasion of privacy or harassment claim, even if the statements are true.
(2) Defamatory... Read more »
answered on Feb 28, 2023
Do not believe what the adjuster is telling you. Contact a NJ lawyer for representation. Damages for pain and suffering are allowed in NJ; however, NJ is a comparative fault state, meaning that you must not be more than 50% at fault for the accident, and your percentage of fault will reduce your... Read more »
I attempted to light a cigarette to smoke and the lighter presented a huge flame that caught my hair and face on fire. Was medavac to Washington Hospital Center. Still there going into the second week.
It is a horrible experience.
answered on Dec 11, 2022
To prove liability, an expert would need to establish through forensic testing that the lighter had a product defect and that defect caused your injuries. An attorney may be interested in taking your case, so reach out to personal injury attorneys in your jurisdiction.
I tried to dispute the charges twice with my bank and they denied me saying I didn’t have enough proof but I sent them screenshots of me putting my phone in lost mode, text messages from the person saying they took it
answered on Dec 10, 2022
You need to go to the police, file criminal charges if you know who the person is, or at least get a criminal report filed and a copy of it that you are the victim of a crime. You give that criminal investigation report to the bank to prove the phone was stolen and your account illegally accessed.... Read more »
A colleague (lives in Harford County) of my daughter (lives in Cecil County), sold my daughter Rx OxyContin for almost a year. The seller is a known doctor-shopper and drug seeker, and through her actions of selling her Rx has contributed to my daughter’s ongoing ill physical and mental health,... Read more »
answered on Dec 8, 2022
You cannot sue on behalf of your adult daughter, nor have you personally suffered a damage that would allow you a direct lawsuit against this person. Your daughter is the alleged victim of this wrongdoing, so she would have to sue in her own name against the responsible party. The problem with... Read more »
A nurses practitioner in Maryland chose to take a crack at practicing psychiatry on my partner and prescribed them 300mg of Seroquil for over a year. Then moved them down to 150mg. The recommended dose is 15mg. Her Schizophrenia symptoms are now out of control. Can I sue this nurses practitioner... Read more »
answered on Nov 3, 2022
No, but your wife may be able to. She should contact an experienced malpractice attorney. Best of luck.
The Department of Labor I find it hard to find attorney to handles with them
answered on Oct 28, 2022
You need a lawyer who handles federal workers' compensation claims. YOu can use the find an attorney service on the site to locate one. Best of luck.
answered on Oct 23, 2022
Generally yes. You have the same statute of limitations as you would if there was a defendant you could name. But you want to consult with a lawyer to see if the general rule matches the unique facts of your case.
Fault couldn’t be determined in the accident so it is my belief my car insurance will skyrocket.
answered on Oct 5, 2022
No, you cannot sue the police for failure to write a ticket. They have absolute discretion on whether to issue a citation. Regardless, issuing a citation does not determine fault. You can sue the other driver and your own insurance company if he is uninsured and if you win, your rates will not go... Read more »
My ear lòoks terrible each time that I look at or feel my ear it's like I shock all over again. The earring is a drop bead on my guess is silver wire with a bead at the end
answered on Sep 26, 2022
A Maryland attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. I'm sorry this happened to you. You could reach out to law firms to try to arrange a free initial consult to discuss the matter in more detail. The situation you describe appears to involve a legal theory of... Read more »
Will I loose my house and car? Everything is owned by my wife and I.
If he wins do I have to pay right away. I only get a little military retirement and va disability. Do the courts allow payment plans?
answered on Sep 9, 2022
Who is suing you, your spouse or a third party? If a third party, how do you hold title to your car and house with your spouse? Typically, spouses hold title to real property as Tenants by the Entireties, and as such, a judgment obtained against just one of them cannot attach against property... Read more »
How is evidence filed in an assuialt?
answered on Aug 3, 2022
There are two things that can be done. First, the Petitioner can file for a Protective Order. If the Commissioner finds that an Order of Protection should be granted, that an interim Order is passed. There is then an ex parte hearing before a judge within a day or two and the judge decides whether... Read more »
answered on Jul 22, 2022
It should be divided based on the loss each victim endured. The mental anguish, emotional pain and suffering, loss of society, companionship, comfort, protection, parental care, attention, advice, counsel, training, guidance or education which the surviving has experienced or probably will... Read more »
Normally, I work 3am-1pm as a delivery driver. Recently, I injured my back and was placed on light duty temporarily while it is rested. (Just a strain dr says) in my place of employment, injured workers are often made fun of and taunted for being injured and treated by management as if every claim... Read more »
answered on Jun 22, 2022
Sorry to hear of your injury. An employer is required to honor your work restrictions, and if not, you would be entitled to workers' compensation wage benefits. It would be hard to characterize your employer honoring your work restrictions and providing work within those restrictions as... Read more »
answered on Jun 16, 2022
Setting aside the difficult question of proving that your elevated blood-lead levels resulted from exposure to lead paint in a specific home growing up, and the extent of any cognitive or developmental impairment, if you are claiming damages for lead poisoning that occurred before your 18th... Read more »
I have unpaid traffic tickets and can't afford to pay them, because of my injury what can I do?
answered on Jan 12, 2022
We’re these fines imposed by a judge after you requested a trial date and appeared for trial? If so, and if 90 days or less has passed since the trial date, you can file a motion with the court for reconsideration and reduction of the fines
I want to give enough detail so the judge knows I have a serious issue that needs the court's judgment but I do not want to be presenting arguement.
answered on Oct 16, 2021
The cause of action in Maryland is called “defamation of character” and it encompasses both verbal (slander) and written (libel) defamatory statements. A sufficient statement of a cause of action requires that you allege sufficient facts to meet each element of the cause of action. You must... Read more »
Have been to a dermatologist, no answer as to what is causing. My scalp itches all the time.
answered on Jul 12, 2021
In order to sue, you need to connect some ingredient in OGX to your current issues, and what you are saying is that these symptoms (hair loss and scalp irritation) only recently arose, although you have been using the product for decades. A causal connection must be established through a medical... Read more »
answered on Jun 20, 2021
Unless he held a gun to your head, you volunteered to pay him his legal fees. That’s on you. Next time, just say no.
answered on Apr 2, 2021
Did your dog bite someone? If so, and if the person either is filing a claim for personal injuries or called the police/animal control, then you need to respond to both. The county code generally controls the determination of whether a dog is dangerous or not, and most counties have a two-bite or... Read more »
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