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  • Do I need to reimburse my health insur. comp. (or the dr.s they paid) for the treatment received from slip and fall?

    Asked by a user in Windsor Locks, CT - about 2 years ago.

    Even with smaller cases it’s advisable to involve an attorney who will help determine early on what liens may exist and who can negotiate payment of those obligations as part of the settlement, even...

    6 lawyers agreed with this answer

  • Can I take money out of a business partnership bank account? It is 1/2 under my name.

    Asked by a user in Cheshire, CT - about 3 years ago.

    A lot appears to be at issue in your questions so you may need a lawyer to sort it all out and determine how to obtain the info and results you want with the lowest legal risk. Entity type: In...

    6 lawyers agreed with this answer

  • Do I need to keep my personal injury lawyer?

    Asked by a user in Hartford, CT - over 2 years ago.

    Because you’re already represented the insurance company should not have direct contact with you without your attorney, so you’d be well advised to have a honest discussion with your attorney about...

    5 lawyers agreed with this answer

  • Altering artwork is forgery or fraud?

    Asked by a user in New Haven, CT - over 2 years ago.

    Altering a work of fine art can be a prohibited thereby entitling the artist to injunctive relief, damages, and other remedies under Connecticut law. Having a litigation attorney (with experience in...

    4 lawyers agreed with this answer

  • What should my next step be in the recovery of unpaid service fees?

    Asked by a user in Easton, CT - about 3 years ago.

    Given the amount of money involved ($40,000), the contract jurisdiction provision (Connecticut), and contract provision allowing for collection of attorneys fees, it is advisable to speak with a...

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  • Can I be sued for leaving my job?

    Asked by a user in Windsor, CT - over 2 years ago.

    Connecticut is an at-will state meaning that absent an agreement otherwise either the employer or employee may terminate their relationship at any time, with or without cause (i.e. for a good reason (...

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  • Are the assets of an LLC protected from the personal debts of the members?

    Asked by a user in Branford, CT - almost 3 years ago.

    Yes the LLC assets would be shielded from the personal debts of its members, HOWEVER, as the membership interest in the LLC is an “asset of the personal debtor” that protection maybe short-lived....

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  • Should I except an invitation to gain limited control over my website form the person who developed it?

    Asked by a user in Portland, CT - about 3 years ago.

    While “limited control” may be a step in the right direction, it is important to verify now (in writing) that per your agreement you (after paying the developer for its services) own both the domain...

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  • What liability protection does an LLC provide? What is "limited"?

    Asked by a user in Farmington, CT - over 2 years ago.

    Protection from personal liability is a major benefit of forming and conducting business as a Limited Liability Company, yet even with such protection its advisable to obtain a suitable commercial...

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  • Are contracts that I entered into via an LLC still valid?

    Asked by a user in Seymour, CT - over 2 years ago.

    Generally speaking an agreement entered into by a limited liability company will be effective for the term of the contract. When an LLC dissolves (usually voluntarily by its members) then the...

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