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Q: If you have items stored at a friends house that's verbal agreement it could stay there for so many years and now cant

I stored items at a friends house in a non using basement he said I could keep there for a few years until my baby started school now 8 months later he's saying it needs to be out or he's throwing it away. What's the legal process that must happen if any? Can he just throw it away?

Peter N. Munsing
Peter N. Munsing
answered on Jun 12, 2017

If you don't get it after he gave notice, yup. Find someone else to store it but get it out of there.

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Q: I was a spectator at a softball game and got hurt when the bleacher seat I was in collapsed.

I'm pretty sure it was defective. Who would I sue to pay my medical bills - the owner of the softball park or the maker of the bleacher?

Peter N. Munsing
Peter N. Munsing
answered on Oct 30, 2016

Either or both. If the owner should have known,the owner. Hopefully you photograpthed the seat. Contact a member ofthe Maryland Assn for Justice--they give free consults.

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Q: My question is, "Which is it? A "dietary supplement" or a "drug"?

I'm in a quandary. A long time ago it was pounded into my head that dietary supplements were not controlled by the FDA and therefore did not require a prescription. Now Aetna has taken roughly 10% of its formulary and declared them over-the-counter, yet they are not available over-the-counter.... Read more »

Adam Studnicki
Adam Studnicki
answered on Dec 28, 2015

Probably depends on the specific substance.

Please Take Notice: I am not your lawyer unless we enter into an engagement agreement in writing. This is only general information. It is NOT legal advice, and it may not work for your specific situation. It is impossible to evaluate a legal...
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Q: My wife was sentanced for a drug case prior to her finishing drug court. How do we possibly solve this ?
Thomas C. Valkenet
Thomas C. Valkenet
answered on May 31, 2013

This was posted as a "product liability" question, but I am sure you are referring to a criminal matter. We have a lawyer in the office that can discuss this for you. Give us a call for a consult over the phone, and we'll go from there! www.youngandvalkenet.com

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Q: If my father has a perscription for darvocet,and father gives son some for pain and isuffer after,can i b compensate
Ronald V. Miller Jr.
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Ronald V. Miller Jr.
answered on Mar 8, 2013

This cases are a challenge in the first place for a lot of reason. Certainly, the fact that you were not prescribed the medication is going to create an additional significant hurdle to your chances of recovery.

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Q: My father passed away from lung cancer. How long does it take for a wrongful death case?
Ronald V. Miller Jr.
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Ronald V. Miller Jr.
answered on Mar 8, 2013

I have to give you the standard lawyer answer: it is hard to say. In the fast majority of cancer cases, you are going to need to file a lawsuit to get a recovery. So, and I'm sorry, it really depends on the facts of the case, who you believe is liable, how strong the case is, and so forth.

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Q: Can an additional person be added to a complaint after the statute of limitation has run?

I am a defendant in a law suite filed for lead paint poisoning on a child. He filed suite against me on his 21st birthdad that was 11/29/2010. Can he now amend the complaint to include my wife after the statute of limitation has run out?

Terrence Rubino
Terrence Rubino
answered on Jul 5, 2011

the law of the state where the suit or where the alleged misconduct occurred will govern. I dont know maryland law but it depends on the allegation against your wife and her involvement in the alleged incident. statutes of limitations generally have exceptions that are spelled out by the state law.

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