Andrew Daniel Myers’s Guides

Andrew Daniel Myers

North Andover Personal Injury Lawyer.

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  1. PERSONAL INJURY: Hit in the Head by a Golf Ball

    Written by attorney Andrew Myers, about 4 years ago.

    What happens when a golfer hits the golf ball, it hits a marker placed by the golf course, then the ball bounces back and hits the golfer in the head? The New Hampshire Supreme Court faced this question in the case of the golfer against the golf course. The plaintiff in the cas...

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  2. Instant Messaging is Repeated Communication in Harassment Law

    Written by attorney Andrew Myers, about 4 years ago.

    A teenage girl disappears. Mother is frantic. What does mom do? Just like everyone else, she jumps on the computer. The New Hampshire Supreme Court was thrown a novel question in the case of the missing teen whose mom took a novel approach in looking for the girl. The mother sig...

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  3. Pardons and Turkeys

    Written by attorney Andrew Myers, about 4 years ago.

    Thanksgiving week, the president of the United States is always so busy with official duties, or avoiding them, that he pardons a selected turkey. The bird, they tell us, is then set free. Ignored, of course, is the reality that the gobblers entire extended family is dinner for ...

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  4. BANKRUPTCY: Chapter 7 Timeline

    Written by attorney Andrew Myers, about 4 years ago.

    Chapter 7 Bankruptcy cases, unless problems rear their heads along the way, travel along a track, much like a train. What follows is the timeline, listing the main events in a typical chapter 7 case. Credit Counseling. Prior to filing, every debtor must take this, and obtain a c...

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  5. PERSONAL INJURY: The Spilled Hot Tea Case

    Written by attorney Andrew Myers, about 4 years ago.

    Weve all heard about the infamous McDonalds hot coffee case. But what if the hot liquid is tea? And, what if the offending beverage is served at a more highbrow establishment, none other than Starbucks? Such a case exists, on the books of theU.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. On a...

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  6. BANKRUPTCY: What if the Debtor Dies During the Case?

    Written by attorney Andrew Myers, about 4 years ago.

    It does happen that in individual who has filed bankruptcy dies prior to the conclusion of the case. This is clearly unfortunate. However, there is no reason the bankruptcy case can not continue to its final conclusion, discharging debt, despite the death of the debtor. THE RULE...

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  7. PERSONAL INJURY: Will The Insurance Company Investigate?

    Written by attorney Andrew Myers, about 4 years ago.

    Background Investigation Insurance companies investigate all injury claims to varying degrees. Pre existing conditions are nearly always discovered if not in exhaustive discovery of medical records, then through'independent medical examinations'. Insurance companies at the beginn...

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  8. BANKRUPTCY: Utility Payments

    Written by attorney Andrew Myers, about 4 years ago.

    Debtors preparing to file a bankruptcy often wonder what will happen to their utility service, the bill for electricity, for example. We all need electricity and do not want an interruption. Under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code, where debtors have an arrearage, this in fact can be disc...

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  9. BANKRUPTCY: Names of Minor Children Protected

    Written by attorney Andrew Myers, about 4 years ago.

    Bankruptcy filings are public information and the petition requires a great deal of information that must be fully and accurately disclosed. Filing a chapter 7 for consumer debtors also requires completion of a "means test" in which the size of the household and the household inc...

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  10. BANKRUPTCY: Filings are Public Information

    Written by attorney Andrew Myers, about 4 years ago.

    People often ask whether Bankruptcies are public information, and the answer is yes. Certain information must be redacted, such as account numbers, and social security numbers are kept out of the public information portion of the filing. However, the fact of a bankruptcy filing i...

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