I filed a complaint with attorney general's office Indiana about sub standard treatment. Which resulted in harming me more. Consequently, the outpatient clinic retaliated. Their actions didn't just exclude being treated by their facility, it effectively denied me treatment at any... Read more »
Only an Indiana attorney could advise here because statutes of limitations for med mal and other actions are governed by state law, but your question remains open for a week. You may want to consider reaching out to a local attorney to discuss in detail, and examine the legal theories on which you...Read more »
My husband filed a petition for dissolution of marriage behind my back on 10/23/2020 and it looks like his lawyer submitted a bunch of stuff to the court. I haven't talked to anyone, hired a lawyer, or talked to his lawyer AT ALL. It shows that a notice of discovery with the "filed... Read more »
I decided to get a face mask while i was at the store. I put the mask on and it started burning and stinging. Apparently I'm allergic to it since my whole face is blotchy, red, and swollen for over 2 hours now. The product has no allergic reaction warnings. The product also does not inform... Read more »
It’s not inherently unsafe if you had an idiosyncratic reaction; however, report it to the CA BBB and Consumer Product Safety Commission. If you end up having serious disfiguring scars it might be worth talking for their to a lawyer.
I was approved by the SSA to be a disabled person in 2014. It was for depression and arthritis. I recently had to go for a redetermination and then was found to be not disabled and then was told that I was found disabled due to mood disorder and anxiety disorder and then that was never the reason... Read more »
I told him I did not want to work with him any longer after he was very unprofessional. He sent me a "consent to withdraw" form. It seems to indicate that he initiated the break in our working relationship.
I hired a lawyer, my friend was present at my meetings, i was never advised of my rights under the attorney client contract my friend asks questions to my lawyer about my case my lawyer answers them is this considered a breach of contract
communications between a lawyer and a client are confidential. if you had a friend sit in with you and your lawyer then that confidentiality is waived as to that meeting. any questions answered by the lawyer to the friend at that meeting is acceptable.
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