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Scott Douglas Camassar

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  • Been renting a room for 7 months and just found out from another tenant that landlord isn't property owner of the property.

    The landlord has been taking our rent money and he's not property owner nor the landlord, due to some research from the tenants. The landlord gave us a lease when we moved in and continues to want us tenants to pay him rent money. Can you give m...

    Scott’s Answer

    Your question is confusing, but if the "real" landlord still wants money after you paid rent to another person who is not entitled to the payment, then call the police. But you're going to need to get clarification as to who is the landlord and how does he/she expect to be paid. It should be stated in the lease.

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  • Should I amend complaint to add apportionment defendant?

    I am the Plaintiff in a Personal Injury case. The Defendant has filed an apportionment complaint and is suing another driver in the MVA. Should I amend my complaint to add this apportionment defendant AND the owner of this other vehicle? (The Owne...

    Scott’s Answer

    Yes you should add a claim against the apportionment defendant, otherwise you risk not being fully compensated.

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  • I used wen cleansing conditioner for about two months and my hair fell out extremely bad, i don't want other people to have to

    Go through this and it's not fair to me that my hair is still falling out even after I stopped using two days ago, please help me I don't know what to do and I'm scared im going to lose all my hair. I'm positive it is wen hair care I have never h...

    Scott’s Answer

    You may have a product liability claim if the product was not safe for use or not fit for its intended purpose and caused you damage. These are hard cases and can be expensive to pursue. When did you first notice problems? Did you continue to use it after noticing hair loss? Have you talked to a doctor? Do you have before and after pictures showing the hair loss? These are some of the questions an attorney would need to know before telling you if you have a case.

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  • I caused an accident at a gym. -Am I responsible for paying medical bills, or anything? -Should I hire a lawyer?

    Working out at the gym. Bar loaded with more plates on one side than the other. I pulled plate off and all plates fell off the other side and struck someone in the leg. I gave my name and phone number and offered to try to help with any medica...

    Scott’s Answer

    The gym probably has medical payments coverage on its policy that would apply to cover the person's expenses, even if the gym didn't do anything wrong. I don't think you need to hire a lawyer yet. But if you have liability coverage, contact your insurer, explain what happened, and your company can handle it. They won't pay if they find the gym's policy applies. The gym insurance may be primary just because it happened there.

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  • I have a back injury stemming from a auto accident, back in jan 2013. I had a lawyer who

    Worked on this case for two years. About 4 days ago, the lawyer I had told me that I will not be compensated for the accident. It was the other drivers fault. I went through a surgery,3 cortisone injection treatments, a year of physical therapy ...

    Scott’s Answer

    If the other driver was at fault, his/her insurance should cover you. If the policy was minimal coverage that does not fully cover your damages, you can make a claim on your own policy for underinsured motorist (UIM) benefits, if your policy provided a greater amount of coverage.

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  • Is it too late to find another lawyer to handle my case? I have a lawyer who had my auto accident case,since January 2013. I saw

    The lawyer yesterday and they informed me that ,I won't be compensated for my auto accident. I went through a surgery,3 nerve root injections, 3 months of cortisone shots,for pain management and a year of physical therapy, now my doctor has me on...

    Scott’s Answer

    There is only a 2 year statute of limitations, so talk to him about why he says this. If he failed to file suit on time, it may be malpractice.

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  • Are there any malpractice lawyers in Ct, that care less abt a 2 yr stipulation from a rt canal Dentist.

    There were 5 rt canals done on my daughter. When she was 17/18 yes old. From then to now she stays in a PAIN. She wants to become a Pediatric dr.but can't apply due to excruciating pain, her life is on hold.

    Scott’s Answer

    I don't understand your question. Are you talking about the 2 year statute of limitations? If so, that is not something you can ignore. If it's too late to bring the claim, it's too late.

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  • Should I get a lawyer

    For a year I was in and out of the hospital having difficulty breathing, severe bradycardia and extremely low blood pressure and having the doctors diagnose me with depression and anxiety. They prescribed me medication which lowered my heart rate ...

    Scott’s Answer

    It may be but the records will need to be reviewed by an expert to see if your doctor(s) failed to meet the standard of care.

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  • Are their "Specialist Lawfirms" out there who handle/ or will handle SPORTS connecting?

    I'm a boxer.. should say Ex-boxer. Not any *big deal...but I did fight against good (& rated) people. Two years ago.. I started on a return. I'm "old" now, yet.... in very GOOD condition. I was pro before for four years (amateur for 12 years). If ...

    Scott’s Answer

    Not a personal injury question so I added some new tags to get you some responses. Good luck

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  • Minor car accident while i was about 8 months pregnant. Should I sue or do I not have a case ?

    I was in a parking lot behind this pick up truck waiting for him to cross into on coming traffic. His vehicle was too far out into the road so he went in reverse and backed into my car. I was honking the horn to tell him to stop reversing before h...

    Scott’s Answer

    You can't sue for what "might" have happened-but if you had injuries and/or damages you can certainly make a claim, either against the driver that hit you, or-if he had no insurance-on your own policy.

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