What are my options for filing a lawsuit against Verizon because one of their employees conspired with and accepted payment from my abusive ex boyfriend for the release of numerous pages of my private cellphone records knowing that my ex boyfriend was not on my account and had no authorization to... View More
If you believe that a Verizon employee conspired with your abusive ex-boyfriend to release your private phone records without your consent, you may have legal grounds to pursue a civil lawsuit. Here are some steps to consider:
1. Consult an Attorney: Start by consulting with an attorney who...View More
In situations where someone has left their belongings on your property, the first step is usually to provide them with a formal notice to retrieve their items. This notice should be in writing, clearly stating a reasonable deadline for removal of the belongings.
If you have a judgment from a creditor who is no longer in business and you were unable to notify them of your Chapter 7 bankruptcy, there are steps you can take to address this issue. First, it's important to gather any documentation you have regarding the bankruptcy filing, including the...View More
In general, yes, if a website posts something for the wrong price and you buy it before they fix it, they have to sell it to you at that price. This is because the posting of the price constitutes an offer to sell the item at that price, and your purchase of the item is an acceptance of that offer....View More
4/2022, police were looking in my bathroom window just after 1am.They scared me; pounding on my window & shouting “I can see you! Open up!” I ran into my room & shut lights off. My kids were asleep in bed. Eventually police announce who they are & I open the door. It was the wrong... View More
That would be up to the judge, but you are going to be hard pressed to establish that the ticket was specifically issued in retaliation for your complaint about law enforcement. The case law on these issues is particularly bad regarding the individual motives of law enforcement where there is an...View More
I have medical records to prove that HE was the trauma that required my 20-plus surgeries. Is there no recourse? Why? Is it because he refused to tell me what happened within the Statute of Limitations (four years)? My hospital records were "missing" and absolute evidence of the wrong... View More
If you expose the truth about what happened to you through social media and autobiography/memoir/literary plays and/or historical fiction you will likely be sued. Be prepared to defend yourself in court. It will be expensive for you. Any publishers will certainly run your allegations by their legal...View More
Pre-settlement loans. Is there anything I can do? Or do you know any company they doesn't require a attorney signature. Because I have the paperwork necessary to prove that I am apart of the settlement.
If your attorney does not permit pre-settlement loans and you need immediate funds for your pending settlement with the Boy Scouts of America, there are still options to explore. Begin by discussing your financial urgency with your attorney and exploring alternative solutions together....View More
The seller may not have a duty to disclose everything, but misrepresenting the overall condition may be enough for you to recoup some of your money. It will come down to the specific details. What was said and written? Is it something that the seller should have known about? It may be worth having...View More
It is possible for a person to be denied permission to visit a dying family member if they have a removal order from the reservation. The decision to grant or deny permission to visit would depend on the specific circumstances of the case, including any applicable tribal laws or regulations....View More
In Minnesota, only the government can initiate a criminal charge; by filing a charging document with the Court. But an individual can make a complaint about a criminal act to the government: its police officers and-or its prosecuting attorneys. In contrast, an individual can file a civil lawsuit...View More
I know who did and I have their information they just won’t give it back. Would this situation be taken seriously by the cops or am I just wasting my time reporting it? All I really want is my stuff back I’m not even interested in pressing charges
As frustrating is it is to have your property taken without your consent, filing a police report and subjecting the person to criminal prosecution is a somewhat of a drastic measure. You might want to ask yourself if it is worth it to do so, or if there are other measures you can take to have your...View More
It’s for me calling my expert witness in phoenix Arizona where attorney client privilege attaches to the phone call but the jail violated my rights when they recorded 9 phone calls it’s government intrusion
Securing a free lawyer to represent you in a case involving violations of your Sixth Amendment rights can be challenging, but it's not impossible. You may be eligible for legal assistance through pro bono programs offered by local bar associations, legal aid organizations, or public defender...View More
Yes, there are attorneys who may take on pro bono cases involving 42 USC 1983, especially for non-incarcerated vulnerable adults. This federal law allows individuals to file lawsuits against state and local government officials for violations of their constitutional rights.
I know that he got rid of all of my belongings everything in that apartment was mine do I ask the judge at the contested hearing about the the money that I have lost or is that a completely different case and how about the money that I lost as far as not being in my own home cuz he was lying this... View More
I just dicovered my wife will be receiving certified mail informing us of a small claims lawsuit filed in our old local court in Ohio but we are living in Minnesota now. How should I deal with this since we obviously cannot appear in court?
We have talked about it for 7 months he always said July he would come and get it he told me 5 times what time and day and never showed up now I held this for over 7 months for him can I sue him for not holding up to our agreement
They have violated my rights and broken several statutes. I know someone who practices criminal law, and they said I need to contact a lawyer because I most likely have a valid case, since the law is being broken by the local authorities.
Please help, I have talked to a couple lawyer... View More
Negligence on the behalf of the employee they processed paperwork without consent after being told I did not want to proceed with the vehicle, there was a ticket issued as well in another state for the car due to being registered under my name
If a dealership falsely registered a car in your name you can sue. I do not know if you will be successful or if it's even worth it. Why would a dealership falsely register a car in your? What have you suffered in damages ($) ?
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