I am going to go the other way and respectfully disagree with all of my colleagues. You were in a house. Where do we draw the line. Did something hit you? No! Did something fall on you? Not that you mentioned. Did the house vibrate and you think you have post traumatic stress? Please! You are going to waste your time and money if you invest in this nonsense case. I can not imagine an attorney willing to take this case for personal injury. I can not imagine an insurance company willing to settle...
I am an attorney licensed in Connecticut and New York with my offices located in Stratford Connecticut. A personal injury case is based on liability + injury + ability to pay out/ insurance policy. We have had several cases similar to this one and the first thing you should be aware of is that the liability in such cases is often very low unless it is an object that is completely out of place in the food, other than a bone. By eating ribs you are assuming a risk of finding a bone. It is not a...
This is definitely a zoning issue. Each town may have its own standard zoning regulations or town ordinances applying to this matter. You would be best advised to find a local attorney who knows both Meriden regulations and town politics. Otherwise I have seen people remove closets and walls to lessen the amount of actual bedrooms they have as well as rip apart bathrooms to try to devalue a house.
Hello, I am a Connecticut and New York licensed attorney with my offices in Stratford, CT approximately one hour from Granby. There are no laws specific to this exact situation. Things like this may be looked at by a case by case basis by DCF. A family study could be done to determine the appropriateness of the situation. For further information contact our offices.
I am an Attorney licensed in Connecticut and New York with my offices located in Stratford, CT. You would file in Connecticut. You would file an Order of Notice for service by publication. In this manner he would receive service through the local Ghanesse newspaper. If this is properly done you will be able to get a judgment even if he never appears or shows up. Our firm handles situations like this frequently. Feel free to contact us for further assistance.
Hello, I am an attorney licensed in Connecticut and New York and my offices are in Stratford, CT. I think your boyfriend would do well to hire a local attorney who can assist him in the criminal matter. If he has no criminal history things may even move relatively quickly. Please feel free to contact us for further information and assistance.
I am a Connecticut licensed attorney. My law firm is located in Stratford. You would be best served meeting with an attorney for an initial consultation to determine how you should best proceed and what claims you may or may not be able to make. These can be complex issue that need that assistance of council to compel your insurance to work properly.
To answer your question, I have several more questions.
1. Who had control of the property? (control of the property will figure in as to who has liability and whether there is negligence.)
2. When did this happen? (there is a 2 years statute of limitations on personal injury cases. Moreover, the faster you sought medical attention after the injury will factor into the strength of you case)
3. How many and what kind of doctors have you seen? (Getting medical attention is very...
First, you should make a motion for contribution to household expenses. In fact, I'm sure there are a number of pendente lite motions that should be filed in your case. You should sit down with a matrimonial attorney with adequate experience as soon as possible. Remember, when finding an attorney, make sure that it is an attorney who is often in the court in which your case is pending. Please feel free to contact us for any further information or assistance.
Like any area inhabited by professionals, medicine, car mechanics, electrical engineering, etc., you must always have the appropriate professional to represent you. If you do not qualify for legal aid or a pro bono attorney, and you can not afford the relatively modest retainer for this type of case that you mentioned, rethink the lawsuit. It is dangerous to enter into such an endeavor unprepared.