She has been doing my taxes for a few years now i call and text her about my situation ,but she doesn’t answer me , she move her office out east in Long Island New York , I’m trying to buy a house and I need my taxes information from her to get my Mortgage qualify
So went to the Doc office and got a check up. I thought my insurance would cover it but they didn't. A couple of months go by, and I get served some paper work from the attorney general office about the bill. I didn't even know that they had 3 other court cases about this one bill, but I... Read more »
Check your records to see if you were given a release when you settled the $2,000 bill in full. If you were given a release, review its terms to identify who the releasors were (the medical providers - the doctor, the hospital, the lab, etc.). If you were not released from your obligations on the...Read more »
So sorry to hear what happened to your wife. Given that lawsuits are generally reserved when there has been a serious, permanent injury, litigation might not be the way to go. Moreover, the gas station would arguably not have any liability (legal responsibility) unless it either knew, or should...Read more »
The case claims to protect from shock, claims to absorb shock, claims that it was tested with drops of 6.5 feet up and claims it has raised edges to protect the screen. Well that very piece of the edge cracked the case when it fell out of my hand from a 3 feet drop to it's side. The crack... Read more »
It could be, but gathering expert testimony or other technical evidence could possibly be a significant factor to establish such a case if your facts are not accepted at face value. You could speak with attorneys and research the cost of gathering evidence. Good luck
My grandfather accidentally hit someone's dog the other day, and left the scene (which he's already been ticketed for), and the dog didn't make it. The dog's owners tried getting him to pay the vet bill for the services the dog recieved before passing. Does my grandfather have... Read more »
I’ve been with family 2 yrs in March they decide that to keep me and not loose me they will pay me 220.00 per week until they go back to work ... they are now 1650.00 in arrears and since going back to work an additional 330.00...from 6 weeks ago ... I need the money owed how do I get it???
I contacted a collection agency to collect my debt, I sent the account. But I never signed the contract they sent me. They went on with the case even though I didn't sign anything. They collected some money and now they are threatening me that if I don't accept the money I'm... Read more »
I have applied to University during Covid and got a Conditional Offer right away. In order to get CAS(letter of acceptance ) I had to meet all the conditions. During four months University kept asking me for more and more information and I provided them all. I got an answer that I almost got in the... Read more »
I'm sorry for your ordeal. Unfortunately, I don't believe you would have a cause of action for emotional distress, which is generally based more on intentional or reckless conduct that is outrageous on the part of the wrongdoer. But you could present the facts to other attorneys for their...Read more »
2 mos before lawsuit filed I moved to another state 700 mi. away. Proof is lease/other official docs mailed to new address, dated before lawsuit. Per NY Small Claims Law the court has no jurisdiction on non residents. Pre hearing I called clerk to advise him I'd send formal letter seeking... Read more »
My vehicle was involved in a hit and run while parked legally. I was able to track down the vehicle that damaged my vehicle on video camera and I have a witness that seen the vehicle as well and it is stated in the police report. I filed a insurance claim with the vehicle registered owner and it... Read more »
Car insurance is on the car, not the driver in New York. The insurance company may be saying that the car wasn't insured under them on the date of the accident. Make sure there wasn't another insurance company that covered the car at the time. You should sue the vehicle owner, the named...Read more »
If it's a private street inside the property, depending on their regulations, they might be able to. But a for public street where non-residents also have rights to park, some form of signage would generally be used. Good luck
My Wife had our car at a mechanic shop. The seller of the car tried to take the car from their property. The mechanic shop said stay off their property. The seller went back late at night and took the car. We stopped paying for the car because we found out that the car couldn’t pass inspection.... Read more »
Due to the PAUSE order of Gov. Cuomo, all deadlines for service were tolled, meaning based upon your post, service is valid "nail and mail" service. Do not ignore the paper. File an answer, and then negotiate with the attorney.
It end up destroying my engine. I was taking the owner to small claims court and he wanted to go through his insurance company to settle out of court and I accepted his offer. I gave him all the receipts and documentation to file the claim. A few months went by and I haven't had any word from... Read more »
I applied for a nursing program at a local community college within the deadline period. I’ve been waiting for an acceptance letter, which was to be sent out the 3rd week of April. It turns out my application was never put in the system and I was completely overlooked, while my grades are higher... Read more »
We separated two years ago, and part of our agreement was for me to move out, and she'll retain the home, as long as she can maintain the monthly payments. At the time of agreement, I didn't have the resources to do things the RIGHT way and wanted the path of least resistance to just take... Read more »
What you have not confirmed is whether you are on title as well as the loan. If on title, bring a partition action to sell the property by court order, and in turn, pay off the loan. That may also force her to refinance. If there is no equity in the property, there is little you can do, but let...Read more »
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