On a month to month lease, we are moving out on the 3rd and new tenants occupy on the 4th. The building manager is saying what they charge us is based on a percentage or what the other tenants don't pay. This all sounds false and shady. We paid every month, never late they walked through the... Read more »
Your question may have gotten overlooked for two weeks because of the categories posted under. You could try reposting and adding "Landlord-Tenant" as a category. There's no guarantee every question here is picked up, but you'd have better chances of a L-T attorney seeing your post there. Good luck
The $900 is the total amount of rent and my security deposit as I discovered there were bedbugs, asked him if he had bed bugs, he said he didn't, I had someone from pest control confirm it was a bed bug, and had him sign a contract stating he would pay me back my first month's rent, along... Read more »
Hi, is your question how you should recover the $900? Assuming there are no eviction issues, your former landlord breached his promise to return the $900 to you. You have the promise in writing. This case seems ideal for small claims court. Downstate may charge slightly differently but small claims...Read more »
File a grievance he has to bill every 60 days under the milonas rules Call the bar association and ask for arbitration. Read your retainer agreement it should say he will bill every 60 days if it does and he didn’t you have a defense. In your grievance mention he took you to collections without...Read more »
One of my clients has failed to pay the remainder of an invoice ($2000) that was due months ago. Every month I remind him and he comes up with excuses. I've been very patient and understanding but its been too long and I want to take legal action.
My 23 year old daughter sought care in ER for asthma attack. After flippantly saying she would "rather kill herself than be admitted overnight", she was immediately put on an involuntary hold without consideration of context and relevant mental health history. Within minutes she was... Read more »
I'm sorry for your daughter's and your family's ordeal here. There is New York State Mental Health Hygiene Law section 9.27(a), which involves involuntary admission on medical certification. These are generally fact-intensive settings that require detailed investigation. You could...Read more »
It sometimes depends on the terms of the underlying agreement. Some agreements include arbitration clauses, where arbitration is a designated forum for handling disputes. Some agreements also include forum clauses, where a civil court in a designated county must be used. That's why it...Read more »
I'm sorry your child was bitten. In terms of what you can do, your first step could be to reach out to an attorney who handles injury cases. I hope your child is okay. If the bite is of a minor nature and damages are transient in nature, it's possible that a law firm might have...Read more »
Car accident occurred almost three years ago am now getting sued about property damage done to public property. The letter contains bill invoice that explains they have already tried sending bill to collections in registered owner name. My question is ,am I as the driver eligible to be sued.
I'm sorry for the alarming letter you received. In general, a driver can be sued if they are liable in the accident. Public entities such as departments of transportation, power companies, etc. do go after drivers for damage to their structures or equipment. As a starting point, you could...Read more »
I was not injured by the treatment but the issue the dentist failed to fix(misaligned bite) causes me constant discomfort. He has prolonged this miserable feeling by wasting a year of my time with shady treatment. He accomplished nothing and refused a refund because he “saw nothing wrong”. A... Read more »
You would want a medical malpractice lawyer that handles dental malpractice claims. Not as many medical malpractice lawyers handle dental claims because malpractice litigation is extremely expensive and usually dental malpractice claims have limited damages. The concern with dental malpractice...Read more »
My mother never paid child support even though she was not the custodial parent,at17 years old she let me live there for only less than a month before making me homeless.She has always been inappropriate with me making me take off my shirt to take pictures of me while I was in the mental health... Read more »
So sorry to hear about what happened to you. Unfortunately, from your description, it appears the Statute of Limitations (SOL) on any case has long since expired. The SOL for intentional torts such as abuse is only one (1) year from the time you turned 18. New York does not recognize a cause of...Read more »
It sounds like your case could have been handled under an infant compromise order, a process to safeguard proceeds from a legal action where the plaintiff is a minor. You could check court records to see if anything comes up under that approach. If your parents retained any records in the form of...Read more »
A landlord-tenant attorney could have the best insight here, and the question probably remains open for two weeks because it was overlooked in these categories. You could repost under Landlord-Tenant. There's no guarantee all questions are ultimately picked up, but it could have better chances...Read more »
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 »
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