I know Sovereign Immunity Defense is not available for money damages claims when constitutional rights are violated. I suffered heart attack symptoms after the moral torpidity of the definite bias of the Judge. I was then subjected to 53 days of solitary confinement with no medical treatment and my... View More
When constitutional rights are violated, particularly by state actors such as courts or law enforcement, individuals can potentially bring a claim under Section 1983 of the U.S. Code. This allows individuals to sue state and local government officials for damages when they've violated federal...View More
Addendum - in terms of what you mean by "false," your options could vary. If you mean the motion was in error in terms of procedure or substance, you or your attorney could challenge it. If it contains information known to be false, and that information arises elsewhere in the pleadings...View More
If you have a concussion or any medical condition that affects your ability to understand and make informed decisions, signing legal documents like a workers' compensation claim may not be advisable. It's essential to be in a clear state of mind when signing any legal documents to ensure...View More
I started dating a lawyer while I was going through a divorce. During the relationship I tried reconciling with my wife. I broke up with the lawyer and she trashed my house to the point of a felony property damage. My reconciliation didn't last and I ended up back with the lawyer. Because of... View More
In most jurisdiction there is a law that says that this would be considered as a a breach of non-competition with your employer. You must therefore find a pertinent laws in your country which states what are the restrictions for your profession. Also you need to check out your employment contract...View More
The GAL assigned to my case had been informed of the false allegations of multiple sexual child abuse reports made. The investigation reports clearly state my innocence, childrens danger with mother, and unlicensed/non-certified friend of the mother acted as if she was an expert witness. The GAL... View More
You should be speaking to the attorney that was representing you in this case. Because it should be clear to them, since they were present with you in court and throughout this hearing, what misconduct happened, and how you all should proceed.
I got into an accident last year that was caused by the other driver. I was transported seen about but wasn't hospitalized. I was treated for pain outside from the hospital. I went to a suggested treatment place my lawyer referred me to. However, I wasn't In and out the doctors office... View More
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. An attorney would want to see the file to offer definitive advice - your medical plan, approval of services, billing issues, and other details. Good luck
I hired a divorce law firm in February and paid the 9k retainer. Just got notification they are withdrawing 0 warning. They scheduled two court hearings and took my evidence. I spoke with them 3 times and just got a notification from the court they are withdrawing representation because “it’s... View More
This doesn't sound like malpractice. Malpractice is a breach of an ethical duty. If you were billed hourly, a retainer is not the full payment and you have to keep paying the bills in order for the attorneys to stay on the case. Attorneys are allowed to withdraw from a case for pretty much...View More
I was dating lawyer. Broke up w/her, she trashed my house. Cops were called, she was chargd w/felony proprty damge. We got back togthr. To avoid losing license, she wrote a stmnt that got her out of trouble and put me in trouble. I ended up w/ false reprt of crime (1 yr probation, ankle monitr... View More
The Uniform Superior Court Rules, which apply in both Georgia state and superior courts, provides the answer. Specifically, Rule 5.1 provides that in order for a party to utilize the court's compulsory process to compel discovery, any desired discovery procedures, like interrogatories, must...View More
I found verbiage like this in a contract I was signing for auto injury representation. The fee for the attorney was $400 per hour, the paralegal was $100 per hour. If I have a just cause to terminate an attorney client relationship why would I have to pay for that service if the service wasn’t... View More
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. It could be difficult for an attorney to comment on your retainer based on a brief excerpt. Most attorneys would want to see the entire retainer to comment meaningfully. But as a general practice, personal injury cases...View More
Soeeding ticket in georgia. The construction zone signage do not confoRm to georgia law concerning where signs should be, the distance signage should be, cop was shooting lidar right as you come out of curve at the bottom of a hill That was more than 7% grade— ( O.C.G.A. 40-14-9)—
Two marriage licence applied for 10 years apart are on the probate record on in 2011 when we married at the court house . The other issued Jan 21 2020 I had no knowledge or part in at all ? What can I do to unravel his mess of fraud , deception and abuse ?
I got ran over by a garbage truck on December 11 2019 while working. I hired a worker’s compensation lawyer. I had to quit my job because of my living condition. I had no family members where I was living at so I moved. Workers compensation felt like I wasn’t entitled to any financial benefits... View More
Probably not; this was a judgment call by your attorney using the facts as presented at that time. Also, comp is a "no fault" system, and the driver's being high isn't relevant (assuming the driver was a co-worker and not a 3rd party).
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. As a general matter, med mal cases can drag out for a long time. It could depend on when it was placed into suit, the backlog on the trial calendar, how long it takes to complete discovery, and other factors. The...View More
Contingency contracts are on of many contracts that are legally enforceable in the state of Georgia. They are often seen in personal injury law matters and many of these contracts allow either the client or attorney to terminate or withdraw, respectively. However, the client may owe that attorney...View More
The lender foreclosure/indenture date of sale is the 3rd Tues, instead of the 1st Tues. The purchaser that bought the house from the lender has all the foreclosure fees in the HUD STATEMENT. Sale date is the 3rd Tues.
Can a lender avoid going to the court house steps & sell/foreclose on... View More
2yrs ago a lady ran a red light hitting my work van,a coworker recommended his long time childhood friend to represent me. One of his associates was my attorney, It went well at first-then she left the firm. So then I get this guy-anything he wants me to know/he doesn’t call( nor does he return... View More
Refuse the settlement, speak with the managing partner, and get to the bottom of it. You can also acquire a new attorn4y but there are a lot of factors to consider there. You can also contact the GA Bar for guidance, as a lot of "volume" personal injury lawyers violate the law and...View More
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