Timur Akpinar's answer You could possibly have a claim. You could consult with an attorney, who would likely want additional details about how the accident took place and whether you sustained injuries.
Timur Akpinar's answer Contact the manufacturer and ask them if they can work with you toward resolving the issue (whether in the form or service or replacement). If your model is the same one that is the subject of the class action lawsuit, you could contact the firm handling the suit if your amicable efforts do not work.
Bruce Alexander Minnick's answer The written lease you signed will tell you all about late fees. Just because you received no notice of any late fees does not mean you were not late paying the rent; right?
On the other hand, unless your rent was somewhere in the neighborhood of $3,000 per month, the $657 being charged does sound a bit greedy. But probably not illegal.
Jeffrey N. Berman's answer I am sorry you are going through this. Depending on the circumstances surrounding your accident, you may have a personal injury claim. You may be entitled to compensation for the costs of your medical care, your lost income, and and for your pain and suffering. If you have not done so already, obtain medical care to evaluate and treat your injuries. Then contact a personal injury attorney. Escalator accidents are common, and they are usually captured by surveillance cameras. However, the...
Phillip William Gunthert's answer Very sorry for your loss and the passing of your husband, please accept my condolences. Any assets that a person owns in their name alone will normally have to go through probate unless there is some pay on death, transfer on death or survivorship designation on a deed or similar that allows for the transfer of that asset outside of probate. Bitcoins would normally be in some sort of investment or other brokerage account and would likely pass based on joint ownership or some survivorship...
Kevin D. Slattery Esq.'s answer Generally speaking, breach of peace/disorderly conduct is not a removable offense. However, for a more definitive answer to your question, you should bring certified copies of your criminal records to a competent immigration attorney who can analyze them.
Kevin L Dixler's answer More information is needed. What date was the decision? Is it more than 33 days ago m? You may want to consider whether to file a motion to reconsider or a new filing. Many choose the latter, but it depends.
As a result, I strongly recommend an appointment with a competent and experienced immigration attorney before there are any other complications. You should find one who will spend enough time and ask enough questions. You may be best paying for it to avoid excessive fees after you...
Rand Scott Lieber's answer You could have told the hospital at the time of birth. If that opportunity has passed then you may not be able to do it. Try speaking to a lawyer in your area that handles probate cases (cases involving dead people).
Kevin D. Slattery Esq.'s answer If you are referring to changing your surname (family/last name), you can identify your married surname as your current surname. There are typically boxes on the immigration forms for "other names used", wherein you would list your name before marriage. The USCIS Adjudicator's Field Manual (AFM) provides at Chapter 51.4(a): "A married woman may choose a legal married name (husband’s surname), a legal pre-marriage name (retention of maiden name), or any form of either (e.g., hyphenated...
Griffin Klema's answer Quite possibly, yes. The geographic restriction might be enforceable, but the full answer to your question depends on an analysis of the contract that was signed, and the circumstances surrounding the contractor's work with you (as well as what you do/did to maintain secrecy over the confidential information). I would be pleased to discuss your trade secret case in further detail: 202-713-5292.
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