Peter N. Munsing's answer If you were in a crash contact a member of the N.Dakota Assn for Justice in the County where it happened. They give free consults. Emotional distress claims are not favored and the rules are very strict. If you were hurt, focus on your injuries as well.
Lucas Wynne's answer Most cities have an ordinance that requires you to plow the snow. If somebody falls, you should call your homeowner's insurance company immediately and they should defend against any lawsuit on your behalf.
Nicholas Nelson's answer You should certainly seek legal counsel to mitigate the damages you may be liable for if you have not already. Also consider your legal options against your friend that started the fire.
This is general information, and I am unable to provide adequate legal advice without first discussing with you the particular facts and circumstances of your matter.
Peter D Morowski's answer There are many benefits to arbitration, most particularly it is typically much faster than a state court lawsuit. That said, if you are unrepresented by counsel I would be weary of agreeing to arbitration. Arbitration is a lot like a trial. I have never heard of an injury matter being arbitrated. In arbitration, the arbitrator or panel of arbitrators will decide your case and you will not have the benefit of a jury. You should also know that in arbitration, unlike a court case, there is...
Peter N. Munsing's answer You should contact a member of the Trial Lawyers Assn for the state where it happened, ideally in the county where it happened. You are in a complex case situation and need a free consult at least.
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