Hello, can you kindly please let me know how the SOL is considered in Viriginia. If the problem occured on April 15 but you did not discover the issue until May 15 , is this the date you can use to determine when the SOL ends ? I am having a challenging time finding an attorney due to complex issue... Read more »
A Virginia attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. If you have an attorney, this is something they could answer best, as the reimbursement of car accident-related medical expenses will depend on the jurisdiction (no-fault, non-fault, combinations/variations thereof)...Read more »
We have heard of multiple settlements, with substantial payouts, related to the Round up Litigation. My Mom continues to get emails from the Firm handling her case telling her to be patient " they are working on it". Mom is becoming increasingly ill and cancer is spreading. What should... Read more »
A Virginia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. What you are describing sounds like a matter for a survival action, involving continuation of a lawsuit in such circumstances. These are governed by state law, if Virginia has such provisions, and only a Virginia...Read more »
I had an accident on a plaza parking lot which left me currently using a walker. There was a witness and camera footage that hasn’t been persuaded due my attorney saying that I have to wait until my treatment is complete to move forward with a demand letter. They also told me that they won’t... Read more »
A Virginia attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. As a general practice nationwide, plaintiffs' attorneys will usually wait for the conclusion of treatment to send a demand letter. The insurance carrier is not going to want surprises in terms of additional...Read more »
You are correct. Only a Virginia attorney could advise here because civil procedure is governed by state rules. But your post remains open for four weeks. As a GENERAL matter nationwide, courts can usually impose sanctions for discovery-related issues, as in your question, failing to answer or...Read more »
Sorry to hear about your trouble with gummies. Your question is difficult to answer without additional information. First, were you injured as a result of the metal? Did you break a tooth, cut your mouth? If you did not injure yourself, you probably don't have any damages, and without...Read more »
I went to duke to have my hip put back in then during rehab it popped out and they sent me to hospital after rehab center left me there for two days with 2 dislocated hips well rehab threw me out saying i costed them to much money. So i went home my hip popped out 22 times in two weeks. Went to... Read more »
Oh wow - I am so sorry to hear all of this. You may have a claim against them - but I am not licensed in NC and cannot advise as to the laws of negligence in North Carolina. If you would like a few excellent attorneys licensed in both VA and North Carolina - I recommend Amberley Hammer (Va Beach)...Read more »
It is hard to say if that person would be liable for sharing your adult site, is the site public? Did the individual gain access to the site through illegal means (theft, computer theft, hacking)? There are also some statutes in Virginia that make the sharing of certain explicit images criminal...Read more »
My boyfriend and I got into a car accident yesterday, we got rear ended and it was the other guys fault. The car is under my boyfriends mom name, but he pays the car payment and it’s basically his car. But it’s under his mothers name. We plan on calling the guy who hit us insurance company... Read more »
I hope you are both okay. If you did sustain any kind of injury, it would be advisable to consult with an attorney who practices in Virginia. As a GENERAL matter in such situations, there is no getting around the fact that your boyfriend's mother will need to learn of the accident. She is very...Read more »
I'm an owner of my home in a COA. My COA sealed around some common pipes, but the secondhand smoke still seeps into my home and affecting my breathing. The COA can't tell me why this is happing and my neighbor's efforts has not stop the issue and has grown worse in the last five... Read more »
Seeping of toxic vapors onto one property from another is Nuisance, and your best choice of counsel might be a lawyer who does real estate litigation. If there are resulting health concerns and medical bills, a personal injury lawyer might consider the case, but the financing model for such lawyers...Read more »
It's difficult to say without knowing the terms, conditions, and exclusions of the policy. As a general matter, a homeowner policy should cover ordinary casualties such as slip and fall accidents and other events that result from physical defects in sidewalks, floors, steps, carpets, or other...Read more »
I think you are requesting information on the intentional tort of intentional infliction of emotional distress. If this is the case, it means that someone who suffers emotional distress as a result of someone else's intentional or reckless outrageous conduct could be entitled to a legal...Read more »
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