They are there to protect you so there isn't much you can do. However, if you have proof that they tapped your phone without a court order that can be reported to the police as that is a crime. In addition you can get a lawyer to sue on your behalf to stop all phone intercepts.
Our dog died a sudden, senseless, and tragic death at the hands of a negligent veterinarian. We are aware that the veterinarian violated standards of case for several reasons. We have a necropsy report, toxicology report, and an expert witness veterinarian opinion letter. This not about money - it... Read more »
I’m cautious whenever people say its “not about money” because the reality is that an attorney’s time is their stock in trade, and time is money. There is small claims court for folks with initiative but without money, and if you get the Judgment it vindicates you!! But if you want a...Read more »
I hope your son is okay. The most important thing at this time is to make sure he receives necessary medical attention. You could see what his pediatrician says about the injuries. If they are of a temporary nature and show promise of healing soon, which I hope is the case, there may not be a...Read more »
We are thinking of making color "touch up" kits to sell to clients during the time we are closed due to social distancing. What are the liabilities associated with this as the business owners if something were to go wrong with either the color results , unexpected hair damage or personal... Read more »
I couldn't fully type the question above but I want to know if the hairdresser is liable if the actual color causes hair damage or personal injury (not coronavirus). Can we have them sign a waiver that would exempt us from being held liable?
It depends on where you live, what’s the executive order or rule is regarding this, and whether you got the coronavirus and Got sick or died, and whether you can prove that this was caused by the product you purchased.
It does not seem like something that would expressly be spelled out in any statute or code. But you should still research and check municipal codes and ordinances (including those written by FDNY) to be certain. If after diligently checking, you find no such provisions, you could consider including...Read more »
All the local agencies and state agencies knew of impending weather, but there were no salt trucks out. On this one section of highway there 8 vehicles that had slid of or had some kind of accident. How do I put a claim in against NYS for the highway not being properly maintained.
That's a State road, so you would have to file a "notice of intention to file a claim" or else a "claim" against the State of New York within 90 days of the accident. If you are late filing, it is a problem, but the problem can probably be overcome if too much time does...Read more »
They can assist. But the scope of things that a paralegal can do is more limited in nature. A fundamental difference (and you can go online and research the full range of distinctions between the two professions) is that a paralegal cannot generally represent a client in court. This is not a...Read more »
book against my will they came into my house on 11/19/2014 pull a gun out on me because i was video taping him asking him what reason did he just enter into my home he states i was call long story short they took me out my home and tried to kill me in a public hospital with hand cuffs on behind my... Read more »
knocked over a flower vase full of water. She was then asked by the employee to take the two other vases to the basement. She slipped in the water which wasn't visible and walked towards the stairs. the stairs are concrete and glazed. she was holding two vases and proceeded to the stairs where... Read more »
Not clear what you are asking ---if you mean after the car insurance pays, they will likely also look for coverage from the business insurance. The attorney's main interest is in insurance--for the most part, they aren't interested in someone's business except to the extent that...Read more »
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