Most landlords have a liability policy with a big umbrella. You also need to make sure your lease is well written. We cannot give you specific advice without answers to the above. You should sit down with a good lawyer and go over everything.
There are a lot of firms, like ours, that is pursuing childhood molestation cases. I'm not quite sure why you can't find an attorney to help you. Don't give up because time is running out for a lot of these type of claims.
The following question is asked with regard to the State of California: As a result of a minor car accident, the injured party, who was not at fault, wishes to take legal actions in order to recoup some money to account for medical bills, pain/suffering etc. After consulting with an attorney, it... Read more »
Whether you sue in Small Claims Court or Superior Court you would most certainly sue the driver of the car if they were at fault and caused the accident. You might include the owner of the car if for some reason the owner was negligent in allowing the driver to use their car. Sometimes we have...Read more »
I had lupus prior to pregnancy so I required a high risk doctor. During pregnancy I developed cholestatsis and gestational diabetes so I was at a much higher risk. I was being monitored weekly. Though my lab work showed little progress I was to deliver my baby at 36 weeks. At around 30 weeks I... Read more »
You should reach out to some attorneys who specialize in medical malpractice. They should be able to help you determine what options you have. Do this right away because you only have a limited time to take action.
It would be very imprudent for a lawyer to give you advice based on the limited information you provided. You should ask an attorney to read the whole contract and then sit down and discuss with you. Most likely would only require you to pay for one hour of their time.
I got the surgery in 2018 everything was fine until I hit 120 lbs and I wouldn't stop losing. I have gotten very weak and so much pain all over my body. I sprained my ankle just walking. I have tried to get help from everywhere and seems they are just letting me die. I haven't been... Read more »
I slipped on a wet floor at my local convenience / gas station. Insurance company does not want to accept liability stating there was a wet floor sign posted nearby. The sign which I didn't even see was low on the ground near the front of the entrance I fell right in front of the register and... Read more »
The insurance company is treating you like you don't have a lawyer. Surprise. If you want to be taken seriously, hire an attorney. It sounds like you might have a good case, but you need help. A wet floor sign that is permanently displayed is not a warning. However, that doesn't seem...Read more »
Your question is hard to know in what context you are asking. Is this for a discovery answer that you disagree with? is it for a deposition question/answer? Are you an attorney? If not then what do you mean that you represent the Plaintiff?
i have been falsely accused of theft by a big corporation however they claimed to have proof and the video that the P.D did not show prooof of accusations and has prevented me from gainful employment due to its pending status. Now i have to go to trail the only evidence i had was the receipt... Read more »
Two months post-accident, I have filed a small claims case against the driver and the insurance company. In the past 24hrs, the insurance company has contacted me and said they will not offer assistance until I drop the small claims court case. Should I drop the court case and utilize their... Read more »
Whether you should drop the Small Claims case has more to do with what you are trying to recover in Small Claims, what your evidence is, whether you are leaving out important damages that you could recover, than with whatever the other party's insurer is telling you. If you get a judgment...Read more »
The quick answer is that you sue anyone for any reason. The bigger question is will you win and what are your damages. One of the elements for malicious prosecution is that you were charged which from your question it appears you weren't charged. The police could have charged the person...Read more »
Los Angeles City attorney prosecuted me with no evidence or witnesses. They lied. A jury found me not guilty. please help me sue. It was cruel what I went through. They violated my first amendment right to stand on a corner and protest their noisy amplified sound system. Yes. Prosecuted... Read more »
I bought a car from a private seller. He purchased the car from a tow yard in a lien sale a few days before he sold it to me so the car was never registered to him. He gave me all the paperwork from the sale and all the info of the registered owner so I can the title transferred to my name..... Read more »
I'm currently a Plaintiff in a Personal Injury suit that's been on the judge's trial calendar for almost 3 years. I initially hired a lawyer, however, since motions halted pending decisions from the Judge (Summary judgement, and Motion for Bifurcation from Defendant), I'm... Read more »
Getting rid of your contingency lawyer didn't "mitigate" your costs. It, in essence, will dramatically increase your costs if you now hire a lawyer on an hourly basis. I think it's very risky for you to be pro per with some of the things that you claim have gone on in your case....Read more »
My two month old fell out of his stroller because the brakes on the stroller do not work. It is a brand new stroller. He received several cuts and bruises to his face with swelling on his head. He was rushed to the ER. We were lucky because it rolled into the street due to the fact that the brake... Read more »
If his injuries are serious, then yes, he has a case. If it is only cuts and bruises, then no. Regardless, you can make a complaint to the manufacturer, and to the Consumer Protection Agency. That won't get you any money (the manufacturer might offer to pay ER expenses), but it might lead...Read more »
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