I work an over night job and my neighbor above me leaves his young kids in the house alone early in the morning around 9 am for multiple hours a day multiple times a day, I get in the house at 7 am and cannot sleep cause of so much noise over my head, I’ve sent video recordings of the noise,... Read more »
If you have evidence of the noise being caused, and it rises to the level of disrupting your right to peace and enjoyment of your residence, you could file a nuisance complaint against your neighbor. The more evidence you have then the better. The judge would then decide based on the evidence...Read more »
If the nation was not under the grips of a health crisis, you might have been able to check if your university's student handbook, bailment law, or other legal theories would have availed any rights to you here. But given the heightened sense of caution regarding anything suspected of carrying...Read more »
Yes, you can sue. There are recognized "causes of action" that provide the legal basis for a recovery of damages (even though there may be several such grounds, you can only recover one set of damages). It's not so much proving the amount of damages, but collecting them if the...Read more »
I submitted medical records and bills under rule 10-104, and other bills under rule 10-105. I submitted everything to the court more than 60 days prior to trial and sent to counsel for defendant as well more than 60 days before trial. The problem arises in that I sent it to counsel for defendant... Read more »
Email is only permitted for service when filing through the Maryland e-file portal. All Maryland courts except Baltimore City, Montgomery and Prince George's are currently subject to the e-file system (meaning, it is mandatory for lawyers to use it, but non-lawyers are not required to do so)....Read more »
I’m representing my self in district court in Maryland , I sued my landlord for mold. I did opening statements and gave testimony. But when I wanted to say what the employees of the defendant told me or what the remediation guys told me it was objected. I defended saying that it is one of the... Read more »
In order to admit the statements of an employee of the defendant in the case as an admission against interest, you must first lay an evidentiary foundation for the admissibility of the statement. This requires that you first present evidence of (1) the identity (name) of the alleged employee; (2)...Read more »
I started a trial representing my self and we ran out of time so we will continue in just 7 days. I was trying to enter a document but it was hard without expert, is it too late for me to bring an expert ? Also the defendant never gave me notice of his experts but I didn’t do discovery , do they... Read more »
You only have to answer interrogatories if they are served on you pursuant to the Rules, and if they asked about witnesses and experts, you need to provide the names and other information requested about them. If new information is learned after you provided your answers, it is your obligation to...Read more »
I have a two year lease and the property manager has taken a hostile manner to address issues. She has even threatened that if rules aren’t followed people can die and if I invite my boyfriend over she will call the cops and have him arrested for trespassing.
The landlord is required to give you quiet enjoyment of your leasehold, but you are required to comply with the terms of your lease. It might be wise to coordinate your strategy and fact-documenting with a lawyer, because a judge is not going to believe that you are getting out of the lease for a...Read more »
Hi I'm looking for advice on lemon laws in Maryland. I bought a german shepard puppy on January 8th for 650$ from Oldtown, MD. Not 2 days after having the puppy she started passing full size worms and was seen and cured at the vet. 3 days later the worms came back and she had to be... Read more »
Worms are common with puppies, and with medication will likely all be gone by the time the dog is 6 month old. The medicine only kills live worms, not those embedded in their egg shells inside the puppy ‘s tissue, which are passed to the puppy in the womb by the mother dog. Therefore, if there...Read more »
My father brought a house with his first wife, he divorced and married my mother, when he died his name and his first wife name was on the title. My mother brought his ex wife half. Now my mother has died and my father name is still on the house. I was told me his daughter had the same rights... Read more »
Your father’s half interest passes according to his will, or if none, then to his heirs at law. So, a lawyer would need to know if your dad had a Will, and what it says; or alternatively, whether you are your father’s sole biological child, or if you have siblings, all of whom are entitled to...Read more »
Is it worth trying to get the frozen account taken care of through the collections/law firm or should I go to court and immediately file a motion to release? Does my wife have a case for damages as we cannot currently pay rent, insurance, food etc..
Hello My name is Ms. Freeland, At the moment I am writing a letter to show cause of why my case should not be dismissed before 11-15-2019. My main concern is finding Assistant writing a brief by December 2, 2019. I am not looking for representation. My case is base on the CPS Indicated child abuse... Read more »
Your question would best be handled by a family law practitioner in Maryland, but if you need a brief by December 2nd, time is of the essence. If you are seeking a brief writer, you could search online for legal brief writers. This is a very narrow area - there are attorneys who hold themselves out...Read more »
A person may have actual or constructive possession. "Actual" means on your person or in a bag you are holding. "Constructive" means it is in such proximity that you have immediate access to it. Ordinarily anything in the passenger compartment of a vehicle is in the...Read more »
Unless the staff has some cognizable injury from the recording (like by publishing scandalous parts online), it is not likely that you will be sued. But if you get a demand from an attorney, you should hire one yourself.
They say I owe them money but will not answer my emails for months. They are in another state entirely and all I want are my drums back. They actually owe me money for services not rendered but are saying I owe them for storage fees which were never discussed until I wanted to pull the plug on... Read more »
Your rights will be defined by what your agreement with the drum company was- plus equitable principles to fill in the gaps. You can hire an attorney to demand the return of the drums and/or work out a deal with the company- or you might be able to sue them.
After beating an altunitive judgement. We went to a scheduling conference. The judge told the defendant. The USPS, it would be in their best intwrest to settle this case. My then attorney asked me to rais the amount. I did but whe. The opposing attorney asked the amount to come down. My attorney... Read more »
You mean, the “American Rule”, which is not really an actual rule or law, but simply the common law concept that, in the absence of a statute or contract provision that provides otherwise, each party to a lawsuit pays their own fees. Yes, that is the “rule” in Maryland. There are some...Read more »
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