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1 Answer | Asked in Civil Rights, Federal Crimes, Identity Theft and Landlord - Tenant for Minnesota on
Q: Do any lawyers go up against corporations

Everything I experienced against me were literally federal crimes I’ve tried year after year to get help no one helps.. it’s all about money power and if you have niether than these corporations and legal system law enforcement court system get away with being corrupt including a fbi Agent

James L. Arrasmith
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answered on Dec 5, 2023

Yes, there are lawyers who take cases against corporations, even in instances involving complex matters like federal crimes, identity theft, and issues with the legal system. These cases can be challenging, but there are attorneys who focus on civil rights, corporate accountability, and similar... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Identity Theft and Consumer Law for Minnesota on
Q: Can I pursue legal action against Walgreens for stolen purse handed over by employee?

I was asked to leave my purse at the counter. Before I was done shopping the associates that asked for my purse initially, had given my purse to a different shopper. Everything from my ID, cash, cards etc was in my purse. I have called Walgreens HQ and the store its self and have been unsuccessful... View More

Robert Kane
Robert Kane
answered on Jun 19, 2023

Yes, you can pursue legal action against Walgreens for a stolen purse handed over by employee. You certainly should be taking the appropriate steps to protect yourself from identity theft. I would guess Walgreens would make an offer to compensate you for your inconvenience. A little more... View More

4 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law, Health Care Law and Identity Theft for Minnesota on
Q: Charges for Using Discarded Medical Info for ID Theft

This is a weird one. What charges could someone face for using medical (biohazard) trash/waste to obtain info for Identity Theft?

Sarah Gad
Sarah Gad
answered on Jan 21, 2023

Tampering with medical/biohazard waste can engender both civil and criminal penalties, but the penalties vary substantially depending on the context, who the offender was (i.e., a medical employee, company), where it took place, and what the violation was. There are, however, various Federal... View More

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1 Answer | Asked in Collections, Elder Law, Identity Theft and Small Claims for Minnesota on
Q: My uncle owes me money ($2,144) but he will not pay it out of principle.


Barry W. Kaufman
Barry W. Kaufman
answered on Jun 25, 2023

You voluntarily paid the debt on behalf of grandma. He apparently never agreed to pay you. On what legal basis do you sue him? I don't see that you have a case.

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