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Q: If my father Co signs on a auto lease for his grand daughter and she is the one who drives it and insures it and doesn't

Doesn't live under his roof would he ever be liable or open to a civil suit in the event of a tragic accident she was in where someone wanted to sue

Adam Studnicki
Adam Studnicki answered on Nov 16, 2015

"Ever" and "never" are such categorically broad statements that lawyers avoid them :-) Best to have adequate insurance.

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1 Answer | Asked in Personal Injury for Nebraska on
Q: If my father Co signs on a auto lease for his grand daughter and she is the one who drives it and insures it and doesn't

Doesn't live under his roof would he ever be liable or open to a civil suit in the event of a tragic accident she was in where someone wanted to sue

Robert Jason De Groot
Robert Jason De Groot answered on Nov 13, 2015

He is an owner of the car, right? There is liability coverage, auto insurance, on the car and for your daughter, right?

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Q: I have a case for mesh but have not heard from attorney on the case for over a year.I have left voice mails to contact

No contact with attorneys on my case for over a year. Left several messages but no reply back.

What should I do

John M DeProspo
John M DeProspo answered on May 11, 2015

You can keep calling until you are able to speak with him or her. Or, better yet, you can just present yourself at the office and I believe you will be successful. Has the lawyer ever sent you correspondence? Are you sure he was retained by you?

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Q: What benefits can the victim of a first degree assault charge obtain?
Ryan P. Sullivan
Ryan P. Sullivan answered on Feb 22, 2012

The short answer: restitution, civil damages, and possibly benefits through the Nebraska's Crime Victim's Reparation Program. The particular benefits applicable to your case will depend on the facts involved in the assault and the injuries sustained.

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Q: I fell on a very icy walmart parking lot in Nebraska - tore miniscus. been getting runaround. need surgery
Terrence Rubino
Terrence Rubino answered on Jul 6, 2011

you need to consult with a lawyer in nebraska who does personal injury cases. walmart can be very difficult to deal with. there is a website dedicated to cases against walmart, the results and the treatment by walmart. you can google it and find it. mike polen and myself had a fairly recent jury... Read more »

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Q: How many days do I have to respond after service is made on a civil summons/complaint?
Ryan P. Sullivan
Ryan P. Sullivan answered on May 13, 2011

You have 30 days to file a responsive pleading: either an answer or a motion. After 30 days the plaintiff may move for default judgment.

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