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1 Answer | Asked in Personal Injury, Appeals / Appellate Law and Collections for Connecticut on
Q: I won my personal injury case now what?

Hi! I won $178 000 in personal injury case. But there is no insurance. My lawyer closed the case and told me to contact collection lawyer or private investigator. So, I am kind of lost here. My lawyer didn’t take any money for his work since there is no money behind this judgment as he said.... Read more »

Max Lavit Rosenberg
Max Lavit Rosenberg answered on Jan 24, 2020

A collection attorney will likely work on contingency. That means they will only get paid if they collect and they will get a percentage of what they collect. My office regularly handles matters like this and would be happy to review the case. Please feel free to contact us to discuss this matter... Read more »

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Q: Can a judge denied a petition for certification to appeal to an appellant?

Petitition for certification

Robert Jason De Groot
Robert Jason De Groot answered on Nov 11, 2015

This question has no facts and is too confusing to get an answer.

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Q: Can i file for appeal with the court against the town of greenwich? even if i lost the case?
Robert Jason De Groot
Robert Jason De Groot answered on Oct 25, 2015

People generally do not understand many basic things about an appeal. You have not given enough information here for an attorney to be able to form an opinion. I hope you got to an appellate attorney back when you needed one.

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Q: Do I have any options on a missed appeal to superior court - from a declaratory ruling by the Ct.

I was granted a pardon that the DPH refuses to recognize license involved complete expungement no record with state police

Robert Jason De Groot
Robert Jason De Groot answered on Oct 18, 2015

You needed to speak with an attorney about this over a year ago. Have you done that yet?

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Q: What is the stattute of limitations to file a state and federal habeas
Timothy Alan Provis
Timothy Alan Provis answered on Dec 18, 2013

Dear ?,

A petition for writ of habeas corpus in federal court must be filed one year from the date on which the state court conviction became "final" as that term is defined by federal law. The state court conviction is "final" for federal habeas corpus purposes 1) if...
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