A West Virginia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. This is actually something that your own attorney(s), if you have them for the malpractice, disability, and bankruptcy actions, should answer, as it could go to the issue of their approach and strategy. This...View More
A West Virginia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. At this point, you could continue to await a response, or consult with attorneys who deal with water rights (surface water in this case). It's a narrow area - you might start with asking attorneys who...View More
You can file a lawsuit against a company that is in a different state than you but you would likely be required to make some appearances, such as at trial. Since COVID, many things are now handled remotely. It would be beneficial to have a local lawyer that can appear on your behalf for certain...View More
We sold a house on land contract nearly 2 years ago. Since the sale the buyer has been late on nearly half of his payments. I sent him a letter of delinquency a few months ago on which he gave me a sob story about COVID hurting his job. Well He is back to work now, still late on last months, this... View More
It depends. A personal injury case involving an animal bite can sometimes be settled just like a car accident type case before a lawsuit even needs to be filed. The first step would be to call an attorney experienced in dog bite cases and get a free consultation. Although dog bite cases can be...View More
My electric provider states that I added the incorrect payment information and therefore is denying me the ability to correct my incorrect payment information, will not allow me to pay by phone, and is only giving me the option of paying in person. Do I have any legal recourse? Also there is a... View More
I'm sorry for your ordeal with your electric bill. The Public Service Commission of West Virginia oversees public utilities - electric, gas, water, etc. Maybe you could contact them and ask if there is anything they could do to help.
Their website is: http://www.psc.state.wv.us/...View More
I would suggest you get a clear answer to your question about who your attorney is from the counsel you originally hired and signed a contract with. In many of these MDL product defect cases, lawyers will collaborate with other lawyers/law firms who may have already litigated the same type of case...View More
You probably cannot get a pro bono attorney. Have you called legal aid?
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