I purchased a car back in Ohio in 2017, I now reside in GA. The DMV here informed me of a lien on the title. I reached out to the dealership and they sent me to a finance company, contacted them and they informed me I have no lien in my name nor did the Title place in Ohio. I informed him that they... Read more »
I'm sorry your question remains open for two weeks. You could try reposting under Ohio. You could add Environmental Law as a category as well, since herbicides can involve environmental law. But this is something most law firms are not likely to casually know without conducting some research,...Read more »
On 4/17/22 my daughter purchased a sandwich from a restaurant. After a few bites she gagged to prevent herself from swallowing a dirty jagged piece of metal. I called the restaurant immediately and spoke to a manager about the shard. My daughter had to go to the emergency room that same day due to... Read more »
There are people hurting me in ways that are now affecting my life, i feel hopeless and hurt, worthless and depressed, even suicidal sometimes because i think maybe if i weren't here, they wouldn't have anyone to hurt anymore and life would be better for everyone. I don't enjoy... Read more »
I was passenger of the vehicle not at fault we were parked and parking spot at a convenient store. A commercial box truck slammed into us so hard they totaled the car we we were in. Me and the driver went to the ER my friend was off work 3 days with wip lash. During a MRI we found a brain aneurysm... Read more »
Under Georgia law, those that are injured through no fault of their own may be entitled to damages, which includes compensation for pain and suffering, medical bills, and lost wages. The insurance company will be responsible for paying out these sums and will most certainly try to limit their...Read more »
Yesterday, I went to the mall and bought a pair of used Jordan’s. I was only able to try on the shoe that was on display. When I got home and put my feet in my shoes I felt something at the tip of my feet. When I pulled it out it was a broken used glass pipe.
An Ohio attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. The answer to your question could depend on the extent of injury. I hope you were not hurt. The best way to answer your question could be to reach out to Ohio law firms. If you have medical records, such as hospital...Read more »
Typically you sign a waiver before participating in those types of activities. Unless the place was grossly negligent, you probably cannot sue. I would review the documents you signed. At the end of the day you would need to sit down with an attorney for a full consultation before he or she...Read more »
Bite happened on the job. They didn’t think I needed to go to the hospital so I took myself the next morning for tetanus shot and got antibiotics. Work didn’t even contact the owner for 3 days to discuss attack. Been over 6 days and I have no vaccination records, no doctor bills paid and am... Read more »
You pose a very interesting question. The claims against your employer would be limited to workers' compensation. You can open a claim on the Ohio BWC website. However, the owner, keeper and/or harborer of the dog has strict liability. The only defenses are teasing and tormenting the dog...Read more »
The same way you sue anybody else. Any property owner must ensure that the real estate is reasonably safe for those who come onto the property. The specific duty of care required depends on the particulars of the situation. It would essentially be a negligence claim. I recommend you sit down...Read more »
It's unlikely. Police have immunity from liability from civil cases in all but a few instances. For a definitive answer you would need to sit down with an attorney to review the entirety of the situation in detail.
I swallowed a broken piece of a clear plastic fork. Being that the fork was clear. I could not see the broken piece in the bowl of spaghetti sauce. It caused a tear and hole in my esophagus. Which then caused severe sepsis. I spent 19 days in the hospital. Had 2 surgeries in 4 days that saved my... Read more »
It's difficult to say. I think it unlikely that the fact that the fork was translucent will support a viable cause of action. There may have been other issues in the manufacturing process whereby the fork was not as sturdy as it should be. It could also be a QA issue. For a clearer answer...Read more »
I'm an active duty Marine stationed in NC. I'm from OH. Mother of my child was homeless and on meth so my mother assumed emergency temporary custody. She hired my attorney to protect my rights and then hired herself one by recommendation from my attorney. Both attorneys said for me not to... Read more »
Ohio law governs the custody case. If you want to find out if you can sue your lawyer for malpractice you need to speak with a legal malpractice attorney in Ohio. You may also want to consult with a new family law attorney about the order in your custody case. You will need a copy of the entire...Read more »
The teacher has targeted my daughter on multiple occasions and after having a sit down meeting with her and the principal, how can I get notice to her that legal action will be taken to stop the harassment?
An Ohio attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. Such a letter could be possible. If you consulted with an attorney, before writing such a letter, they would probably want to know more about the matter and all the issues involved, as well as protocols followed by the...Read more »
If you're trying to establish the foundation for a products liability suit, one of the challenges is causation. You need to gather evidence to prove that the hair loss is attributable to the product, and not some other cause. e.g. healthcare, headwear etc. You may want to consult with a...Read more »
An Ohio attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. You could approach product liability attorneys, and research online whether there are any legal actions involving the antibiotic. There is the issue of the passage of so much time, but that could be something to...Read more »
Yes. You can have whomever you like along with you for the meeting with your attorney. The lawyer may want you to acknowledge that you are waiving attorney client privilege for subjects discussed at the meeting.
This is a difficult question to answer. Is it a private or public school? What type of punishment are you talking about? It seems like the tardiness would be excusable. Is there some sort of appellate process? Depending on what's going on it may or may not be worth the costs of hiring an...Read more »
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