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  • Are there any laws regarding taking blood pressure medication?

    My husband has not been taking his. The doctor told him that if he ever missed it, his bp would be twice as bad as what it was, probably resulting in death. What are my legal options? Thanks

    Max’s Answer

    If you are truly having that difficult a time getting your husband to take his medication, there are other problems that need to be dealt with. I would recommend making sure he has a last will and testament, a living will and health care/conservator papers. You also might want to consider family counseling Or perhaps a psychiatrist for your husband.

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  • I filed for divorce from my husband of almost 19 years. I CANNOT afford and atty. His parents got him one.

    I filed for divorce from my husband of almost 19 years. He is out of the home right now by order of protection. His parents have hired a lawyer for him for the divorce. I absolutely cannot afford one. Literally can do it. I petrified to have to ta...

    Max’s Answer

    Hello. I am Attorney Max Rosenberg and I run a law firm in Stratford, about five minutes from Milford that regularly handles family law. Even if you cannot afford an attorney, you should at least go for a free consultation with one in your area. Attorneys on this website are not allowed to solicit business however you can use the find lawyer search option of this website or contact the attorneys near you that have responded to this question.

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  • What kind of lawyer do I need?

    I am being sued as a cosigner on a car that was repossessed. What kind of lawyer do I need?

    Max’s Answer

    I would suggest a bankruptcy attorney as that is the only way that I can imagine you will be able to avoid the debt. I always caution anyone asking about co-signing that it is a extremely dangerous and bad for your credit. You cannot unring that bell. The only way to avoid that debt is to file a chapter 7 and successfully obtain a discharge.

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  • Can debts that are 10 years or older, suddenly show up on my credit report.

    Payday Loans, cell phones. I haven't been contacted by them and now 10 + years later, they are contacting me.

    Max’s Answer

    The other attorneys have mostly answered this question, however, I would mention that most payday loans are scams that do not follow the normal rule of law. You may have a Fair Credit Report Act violation and a Fair Debt Collection Practices Act violation that may entitle you to money damages. You should speak with a Consumer Protection Attorney

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  • I was working in a hospital for eight years, I had a stroke due to me having sickle cell disease, I was fired what do I d

    I been working with medical illness at St.rapheals hospital that was brought by Yale hospital, since my stroke, and kidney disease I been going to the doctor every week for almost four years, I haven't been able to see a lawyer regarding my termin...

    Max’s Answer

    Hello, My name is Max L. Rosenberg and I manage a law firm in Stratford, CT that regularly handles employment law. You should contact an employment attorney in your area very soon. You can use the Find a Lawyer option on this website or contact those who have answered here by viewing their profile and contact information. I will try and help by getting this question moved to the employment practice area as we do not believe this is a med mal issue.

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  • I got a call from a debt collector saying they are taking me to court over a debt to Aarons furniture from 13yrs ago

    rented furniture they can and collected it now a debt collector call CAM calls me saying there taking me to court for a 13yrs old debt

    Max’s Answer

    Hello, My name is Max L. Rosenberg and I manage a law firm in Stratford, CT that regularly prosecuted FDCPA and FCRA violation. Depending on how long it has been since you made a payment on the debt you may have a Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) violation. The debt may be uncollectable. You may be entitled to up to $1,000.00 (one thousand dollars) as a penalty from the debt collector as well as attorney fees for your attorney that prosecutes the case. Please feel free to review the FAQ I have written on FDCPA on AVVO that will further explain your rights and options. You would be well advised to contact an attorney with FDCPA litigation experience to review your case. Due to the regulation on this website, I can not invite you to call me or recommend myself. However, you can use the Find a Lawyer option on this website to get any of our contact information and contact any of the few of us that handle this area of law.

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  • Can i get my money back from a car dealer ship if i feel the car was falsely advertised?

    i feel i was pressured into paying before given chance to see the car in person . i saw it online on their website .

    Max’s Answer

    It depends on how much time has elapsed since you signed the contract. In Connecticut you have a three-day right of rescission. If you act upon this quickly, it is very possible that you can get your money returned to you. If you need help you should absolutely seek legal counsel. You should use the find lawyer search part of Avvo to find a consumer attorney.

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  • Good Afternoon, I am a 79 years old widow, I'm on a fixed income and I need an Attorney to do a bankruptcy for me.

    I can't afford to much money and I owe over $80,000.00 in debt. I am a widow collecting a small retirement and SSN. I owe money on my house which is about to go into foreclosure, and utility bills, gas co, light co, property taxes and credit cards.

    Max’s Answer

    Hello! My name is Max L. Rosenberg and I am a bankruptcy attorney practicing in the state of Connecticut. We are not allowed to solicit for business in our answers to your question, but I would advise you to look at the "Find A Lawyer" part of AVVO and find an attorney who focuses on bankruptcy. You can also look at the profiles of any attorneys who answer your question by clicking on their picture, I believe.

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  • I'd like to get into landscaping and general handyman labor. How much can I actually do without a business or licensing in CT?

    I just lost my job and need income quick. Can I post services on craigslist, is there a limit on how many and what size jobs I can take? I know some trades I can do to a limit provided it is a residential repair on licensed work up to code and I d...

    Max’s Answer

    Hello, I am Max Rosenberg, the managing partner of Rosenberg and Press, a law firm that regularly assists corporations and small businesses in Connecticut. First, you would be smart to immediately set up an LLC for your services. Second you should study and like apply for a home improvement act license. Third, make sure that when you contract for work, you are equipped with thorough and proper contracts for your services.

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  • I fell on a floor in a restaurant, now I have medical bills. Restaurant is refusing to pay, what is my best course of action?

    Managing partner of restaurant too my info down after watching me fall hard on the floor and I wrote a description of what happened. I needed x-rays and needed to go to the emergency room, pay for prescriptions and had to use PTO ($1000-$2500). ...

    Max’s Answer

    Hello, I am Max Rosenberg from Rosenberg and Press, a firm that regularly handles personal injury matters in Connecticut. What caused you to fall down? In order to have a personal injury case you need causation as well as injury. In any event you should immediately make an appointment for a free consultation with an attorney who focuses on personal injury. Time is of the essence, and an experienced attorney can do what you cannot and properly evaluate and resolve your matter.

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