I came in the store with a box to take back the man which was the door person saw me an told me go to customer service I did dey didn’t take it due to corona . I went on grab a couple things self check out an went out the same man was der let me came on thru . A female that works der that... Read more »
A Mississippi attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. This is not a personal injury matter. You need to contact a criminal defense attorney; if you can't afford one, contact the Public Defender's Office. Good luck
Management has started replacing the carpet room by room which is causing little improvement.. Still have problem with mold that nobody has addressed. I bought a dehumidifier and purifier for air which I will not be
Reimbursed for.. I’m having fun with itching and rashes so bad it is... Read more »
It could depend if you have medical documentation and you could establish the connection between your symptoms and the mold. These can be tough cases. See if a local injury attorney would offer you a free initial consult. You could also contact a landlord-tenant attorney to discuss how these issues...Read more »
The excesivevforce lawsuit was taken on by an attorney from Jackson MS he recently closed the case in the middle of the demand letter.without a good reason why is that he had higher and better cases to work on .i am still in as and dumbfounded I've already sent a letter to the Mississippi Bar... Read more »
You should definitely reach out to another lawyer about the case to discuss further. I'd be curious to know whether the other lawyer brought the case under the tort claims act or under a 1983 theory. Regardless, you need to reach out to a lawyer ASAP, as there are some very particular strict...Read more »
Some attorneys provide clients with copies of pleadings and other important paperwork as soon as it is filed; some provide it upon being asked for it. Make a written request and let them know that you have been trying to reach them for information about the disposition of your case. Good luck...Read more »
Also have mold growing in the apartment due to the leaks in the windows and doors. The contaminates are coming out of the cracks in the walls. I’m vacuuming twice a day trying to keep ahead of the waxy particulates that are coming from the walls getting worse it’s been three months it is... Read more »
You may need to speak with two different attorneys here. Maybe the more pressing issues are those involving habitability in your apartment. Contact a landlord-tenant attorney to discuss your remedies under Mississippi L-T law. You could also contact a personal injury attorney. However, based on the...Read more »
Quite possibly. I would highly encourage you to reach out to an attorney to talk more about the facts and circumstances. Feel free to reach out to any attorney on here by clicking the contact information next to their name. Most lawyers offer free consultations to see how we can help out.
I don't handle nursing home abuse, but in terms of personal injury cases, you could use a number of different formats. What is more important than the particular format is that you include relevant information that outlines the who, what, when, where, and how of an accident. You want to...Read more »
I am being retaliated against for making complaints to ago office and i was onlt doing what i thought right and got them to take lady car back. But can this be legal since nobody has been arrested for actual crime
You posted this in Personal Injury, but you need to speak with a criminal attorney. I'm sorry you were arrested - you should speak with someone without further delay. Repost your question in the Criminal Law section, or maybe to be more practical, reach out to attorneys and ask about a...Read more »
The not-straight-forward answer is that they shouldn't ever... BUT there are circumstances when a teacher or any other adult may be justified in physically restraining a student. A teacher is responsible for the welfare of all the student in their charge. If they used force to prevent an...Read more »
I was on a boat that caught on fire with a friend.. She owns the boat. We both had to jump off into the water and be pulled away before it went completely up in flames. 5 days after this happens, my friend receives a recall letter advising of a problem that could cause overheating and boat to catch... Read more »
Yes, it's possible you could sue, based on your injuries. I hope the two of you are okay, but keep records of any injuries sustained in the fire, in abandoning the vessel, and awaiting rescue in the water, if applicable. This could include emergency room visits, follow-up doctor visits, etc....Read more »
As a starting point, you could contact an environmental attorney or toxic tort attorney in Mississippi and ask if they would give you a free initial consultation. Keep in mind that these types of cases could require considerable budgets. They can involve costly soil and water sampling and analysis...Read more »
Doctor/nurse came and said I was septic. I told them point blank I wanted to leave, and I would sign my release paperwork. That is when they said sepsis can be fatal. I didnt not think I was.I would have left to get a 2nd opion. So I still declined. That is when they said that is I left my... Read more »
You could initially try to see if the insurance carrier will assist you. Contact your insurance carrier and ask them to work with you to review the file in terms of the timeline of events, your symptoms, and other relevant issues. If they will work with you and review the hospital's bills for...Read more »
This is really something you should discuss with a Mississippi attorney, but your question remains open for two weeks. As a general matter, you'd be entitled to economic and non-economic losses. Economic losses would cover you for damages on which you could place a dollar figure, such as lost...Read more »
If you have not already done so, contact your homeowner's insurance carrier to report the claim. The insurance company should defend the case and will employ a Mississippi lawyer to advise you on your liability.
One approach might be to film the overflow of relevant drains during a heavy rainstorm to show that they are not functioning as designed (possibly because of being blocked by debris). If town officials saw this, it's possible they could look into allocating resources to look further into the...Read more »
You need to get with an attorney ASAP, as this is a premises liability law suit and wrongful death action, and certain steps need to be followed to gather as much information on the front end as possible. Feel free to reach out to any attorney on here by clicking the contact information next to...Read more »
I was fired for allegedly falsifying documents which was untrue. This got really ugly. They intimidated me.harassed me and lied and defamed my character to discourage my law suit. Am I eligible to file an action against them
You may be able to; however, it will depend on when you were injured, the type of employer, and whether the employer had worker's compensation coverage. I would strongly encourage you to reach out to an attorney ASAP, as there is only a set amount of time to initiate an action. Feel free to...Read more »
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