Timur Akpinar's answer It depends on the case. Pain and suffering is often a major component of personal injury awards. But there are cases where the damages only involve “economic losses,” comprised of things such as lost wages, medical bills, property damage, etc.
Peter Munsing's answer Delaware juries are relatively conservative so obviously the evidence and testimony motivated them to provide full and fair compensation. If the verdict is excessive the defendant can file an appeal.
Brian E Lutness' answer It depends on the terms of severance package but ordinarily a workers compensation case requires approval from the Industrial Accident Board before it can be released. If you have open workers compensation claims please call me to discuss your case at (302) 547-7752.
You could consult with an experienced personal injury attorney to help you make a well-informed decision here. An attorney could advise you about the factors that are considered in determining the value of such cases. They could outline the damages you could possibly be entitled to, based on the detailed facts of the case and your injuries.
Regardless of whether you choose to retain an attorney to...
Camille Brooks Ibrahim's answer You can sue the landlord considering you were under his premises while the mold accumulated! That is a premises liability suit depending on the time frame the mold was formed.
Benton R Patterson III's answer The USPTO may deny the application based on the conflict with your registration. I would continue to watch the application. If it is published for opposition, you may want to retain an attorney to oppose the registration. It is also possible that both trademarks can exist concurrently if the other company is truly a prior user.
Benton R Patterson III's answer An attorney would need to review all the facts to answer this question. Here are some general observations that may be helpful.
The oil company trademark could be an issue if the products/services are similar. For example, if that trademark is for geo-location services and your software company provides something similar, it could be a problem. If you provide point of sale systems and the oil company's trademark is for drilling contracting, you are likely fine. US trademark...
Currently, immediate relatives of U.S. citizens who have accrued a certain period of unlawful presence in the United States are barred from returning to the United States for as long as 3 or 10 years if they leave the country. However under the provisional I-601 extreme hardship waiver your foreign national spouse may not need to leave the United States to apply for the hardship waiver.
Carl Shusterman's answer PERM is the process for obtaining labor certification, the first step of the green card process for foreign nationals seeking permanent residence through their employment.
To obtain an approved PERM Labor Certification, the employer must prove (through newspaper advertising and other recruiting methods) that they were unsuccessful in recruiting a qualified U.S. worker for a certain position.
The employer must be prepared to hire the foreign worker on a full-time and permanent...
Nels Hansen's answer Congratulations on completing your chapter 13, very few people accomplish what you have achieved. In order to discharge the student loan, you will have to file an adversary in addition to a bankruptcy and prove the student loan is an undue hardship. This is easier said than done. When you file bankruptcy Federal Student Loans are put into forbearance. Once your bankruptcy is dismissed or discharged they are taken out of forbearance. Student loans also continue to accrue interest while you were...
Kenneth V Zichi's answer If he owes back child support, and the annuity will pass through probate you can make a claim against the estate for the child support.
The process is complicated, and if your children are all minors their interest in the estate needs to be addressed, and FURTHER if there was a beneficiary names and the annuity won't pass through probate there are additional issues.
Seek local legal help -- your divorce attorney probably knows how to best address the system in your area -- and...
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