I'm sorry this happened to you. It looks like you already did many of the things that could be done. If you have a renter's insurance policy, check its provisions for personal property loss. But keep in mind that there could be a deductible. I hope it turns up and you get it back. Good luck
HR at work not helpful. I'm very confused and financially strained. Have cancer diagnosis and being treated. Can't even afford my co pays. Medical bills even with insurance is high. I also have to pay my insurance premium that disability doesn't take out for. I don't seem to... Read more »
This is something that a disability/employment attorney would probably have the best insight into, but your question went unnoticed for four weeks. I'm sorry for your difficult situation. You could repost under Employment Law and Social Security Law. There's no guarantee all questions are...Read more »
I am a certified personal trainer and got hired at a gym. I get $15 a day for 4+ hour days that I go in for. Once I have clients I’ll make commission based on how many clients I have, but I’ve been there for weeks and don’t have clients yet. I’ve been there for 40+ hours total and am going... Read more »
I'm sorry your question remains open for three weeks. You could repost under Employment Law. There's no guarantee every post here gets picked up, but you might have better chances under that category. Good luck
had a pacemaker placed in 2019, just this paced Feb 2022 i was called into the Drs. office due to the pacemaker monitor signaling a problem, I was told the lead wire needed to be replaced. I was then admitted into hospital and had to have the pacemaker COMPLETLY replaced not just what I went in... Read more »
I'm very sorry this happened to you and wish you a healthy recovery from your ordeal. There are cases bought under the legal theory you describe. You are saying it is not the surgeon (which would have otherwise been a medical malpractice case), but rather the device itself. When it is the...Read more »
I'm sorry your question remains open for two weeks. This looks like something that the attorneys in the Probate, Estate Planning, Real Estate sections could have insight into. There's no guarantee all posts are ultimately answered, but you could try reposting under the Probate, Estate...Read more »
The case you mention may have gotten left off in uploading your question. If you don't see the law firm's name appear in online court documents, but you know the geographic region or city of the attorney, you could try the Find-a-Lawyer tab above. Good luck
The simplest answer is $15,000, one-third of $45,000. But it is seldom this simple, and no one could say exactly how the figure is computed without seeing your file. There could be deductions for out-of-pocket disbursements. These could include court costs, pre-trial expenses such as deposition...Read more »
There's no stopping someone from trying to file for title of a vehicle that does not rightfully belong to them. But there would be little point in someone doing that if the rightful owner holds a legitimate title and bill of sale, and other measures to evidence rightful ownership of the...Read more »
It depends on context. In a civil setting, such as medical background in a personal injury tort action, it could be treated as fraudulent claims practices. Depending on the setting - employment screening, tort action, travel... penalties could range from disqualification to criminal investigation....Read more »
Your question remains unanswered in this category. There's no guarantee all posts are ultimately picked up, but if you wanted to repost and add Landlord-Tenant and Real Estate as categories, you could have better chances of a response. Good luck
I have to write a research comparing regulations (on "insurance of liability of the owner of the boat for the damage caused to third persons") of other coutries with croatian regulations. If you could give me some links for that... Read more »
If you're asking in the sense of basic INSURANCE COVERAGE for the liability of vessel owners, that would essentially be general insurance regulations. They can differ by region or nation. If you're asking about the concept of PROTECTING or LIMITING the exposure of a vessel owner following...Read more »
I'm sorry for your loss, and that your question remains unanswered in your time of need. This is not my area of practice, but you could try reposting under Probate and Estate Planning if the credit union can't offer guidance in terms of beneficiaries/alternate beneficiaries. Attorneys in...Read more »
I have been using biotin collagen shampoo and conditioner for a couple of years now. I have suffered scalp irritation and hair loss over the years and could not figure out what it was and now this news comes out.
I'm sorry for your ordeal. You are describing what appears to be a matter that could involve product liability legal theories. There are many firms that handle product-based cases, but some specialize in certain areas - pharmaceuticals, consumer products, or other goods. You could research...Read more »
I'm sorry this happened to you. It could depend on the nature of the claim and other factors. Some types of injury claims do not generally provide for pain and suffering. Additionally, COVID is introducing new territory in some settings. You could reach out to attorneys to discuss in further...Read more »
Did you pay through an app or other digital means? Maybe that info could be help locate driver and vehicle to ask if they have the suitcase. Another approach might be through the TLC - here's a link for Lost Property through the NYC Taxi and Limousine Commission:...Read more »
My friend is between permanent living spaces and is using my address to receive mail temporarily. She just renewed her drivers license online and used my address. Can she damage my credit or access my personal finances in any way now that she is recognized as living here on a NYS document?
It would seem unlikely, without having more sensitive personal information such as social security number, mother's maiden name, or things of that nature that most financial institutions use as safeguards. Additionally, there are certain formalities observed in transferring ownership of a...Read more »
Unfortunately, we aren't likely to know this here. It's something to check with the manufacturer or distributer. And dealing with boiling water, it's something you want to get right for safety reasons. Good luck,
I’m renting an apartment in nyc for almost a year. A month and a half ago due to a leak, the cooking gas in all the building was turned off. The landlord said it’ll take a week. Since then we don’t have cooking gas, there is an awful noise in the building that prevents us from... Read more »
I'm sorry for your ordeal. Your post remains open for three days, and is probably something that the landlord-tenant attorneys here would have the most insight about. There's no guarantee that all questions are answered, but if you wanted to try reposting and adding Landlord-Tenant as a...Read more »
There are attorneys here who are knowledgeable in stocks/securities, but your post remains open for four weeks. At this point, one option might be to consult with a financial investment company - asking them if due to COVID they might be able to help make an assessment of the certificates with...Read more »
I'm sorry for the loss of of your mom. As a starting point, you speak with attorneys who handle Probate - Estate Planning matters to seek guidance on learning whether a will or other measures were taken. Good luck
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