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Devon Willard Grierson

Devon Grierson’s Answers

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  • My mom is trying to move to NC and leave my dad here. She wants to sell the house and she saw a lawyer and they told her divorce

    she is not nice. I'm trying to buy the house with my dad. She has the papers to sign but I'm going to make him wait til I get help

    Devon’s Answer

    It sounds like your father needs to speak with a divorce attorney. He should not sign any papers without speaking with an attorney first.

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  • Will an attorney take a case where a Dr. performed a procedure incorrectly that led to major complications without pay up front?

    my mom had a toe amputated, the Dr. did not do vascular work up. Now mom has gangrene and needs bypass surgery, may not make it through. Indicators are present that the Dr. did not do the appropriate tests before amputation and did not perform a...

    Devon’s Answer

    You should speak to a California attorney. Although it is possible that the adverse outcome that your mother experienced was an inherent risk of the procedure, it is also possible that the doctor did not use an accepted practice in performing the surgery. A medical malpractice attorney will be able to help answer your question. Most medical malpractice attorneys will take a case like this on a contingent fee basis if they believe that it is worth pursuing.

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  • Can I legally kick my 28 year old daughter out of my house since she has never paid rent?

    She also has been involved with drugs and sleeps all day and goes out all night. I want her out however she refuses to leave.

    Devon’s Answer

    As long as she has not paid rent, she would not have the rights of a tenant to stay in your house. You would be able to call the police and have them remove her from your household.

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  • I was a passenger of a car accident that was 100% the other drivers fault can i sue both insurance

    WAS at a complet stop got hit from behide

    Devon’s Answer

    Yes, you can sue both, but it is usually beneficial to see whether you or the other driver has the higher insurance coverage. In Massachusetts the minimum coverage is 20,000 per person 40,000 per accident. Some drivers elect to increase their coverage, however, and that is the insurance company you are more likely to recover greater amounts from.

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