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Max L Rosenberg

Stratford Bankruptcy Attorney.

Contributor Level 12
  1. Fell on ice at my apt house knocked unconscious went to hospital in ambulance.. case or not?

    Answered about 4 years ago.

    1. Max L Rosenberg
    2. Christian K. Lassen II
    3. Lars A. Lundeen
    4. Karen Suzette Lindholdt
    4 lawyer answers

    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...

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  2. I'd like to know, how to sue, Ocwen in CT, for fraud charges in my mortgage.

    Answered 8 months ago.

    1. Max L Rosenberg
    2. Lynn M Myrick
    3. Barry W. Rorex
    3 lawyer answers

    You would be well advised to speak with an attorney who handles foreclosure defense and civil litigation. I would recommend Attorney Ilya Press in Stratford.

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  3. Getting divorced, no children and my husband isn't helping to pay bills?

    Answered 11 months ago.

    1. Daniel Tam
    2. Max L Rosenberg
    3. A.J. Arias
    3 lawyer answers

    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.

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  4. I am attempting to launch a civil law suit in the state of connecticut, i have consulted with two lawyers whom state

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. Peter C. Bowman
    2. Max L Rosenberg
    3. Rixon Charles Rafter III
    3 lawyer answers

    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.

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  5. Hi, I need an advise please,

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Max L Rosenberg
    2. Deborah F Bowinski
    2 lawyer answers

    It is possible that they have made a mistake in billing or that you are being contacted by a fraudulent creditor or that your identity has been usurped. However if they are improperly collecting on a debt that is not yours and using a third party debt collector, you may be entitled to damaged under the Federal law regulating collection activities by third parties (FDCPA) Please feel free to take a look at the primer on FDCPA that I have written and posted on Avvo.

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  6. My husband has been sleeping with different women after our marriage we are no longer with one another what are my rights

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Max L Rosenberg
    2. Christopher P Norris
    3. Leslie Ann Silva
    3 lawyer answers

    Hello, I am an Attorney licensed in Connecticut and New York and my office is located in Stratford, approx. 15 minutes from New Haven. While I agree with the answers provided by my colleagues, I would caution you that divorce litigation can be very expensive. It is particularly expensive when trying to place a monetary value on hurt feelings and emotional strain. The Courts for the most part are concerned more with assets, custody of children and issue that can be more readily allocated and...

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  7. In your opinion, is this a lease?

    Answered over 3 years ago.

    1. Philip M. Block
    2. Max L Rosenberg
    2 lawyer answers

    This is a pretty awful bare bones agreement, but it does comprise the basics of a lease. Offer +Consideration = contract.

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  8. I am being sued (along with a large group of parents and their kids.) What happens if I do not send in the "Appearance" form?

    Answered over 4 years ago.

    1. Max L Rosenberg
    2. Gregory A Allen
    3. Jan C Trendowski
    4. Brian J Ladouceur JR
    4 lawyer answers

    Without an appearance, it is only a matter of time before the opposition files a "Motion for Default for Failure to Appear". After that the Moving party can later make a Motion for Default Judgment. You should file a pro se Appearance and also seek the counsel of an attorney.

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  9. Can a lawyer take the same car twice with the same judgement?

    Answered over 4 years ago.

    1. Max L Rosenberg
    1 lawyer answer

    If there are no papers regarding the repossession, and the police were not put on notice of the repossession, and you never received a letter of default, you should contact the police and file a stolen vehicle report. You may have a wrongful repossession claim. You may be entitled to money damages. I handle wrongful repo cases in CT. I am licensed in NY however I am not familiar with the repo laws in NY. You need to contact a consumer attorney in NY near you.

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  10. The pharmacy didn't put the meds in the computer...and the doctor called DCF

    Answered over 4 years ago.

    1. Max L Rosenberg
    1 lawyer answer

    Medical providers are mandatory reporters to DCF - Connecticut General Statute, Section 17a-101. Mandated reporters are required to report or cause a report to be made when, in the ordinary course of their employment or profession, they have reasonable cause to suspect or believe that a child under the age of 18 has been abused, neglected or is placed in imminent risk of serious harm. (Connecticut General Statutes §17a-101a) Child neglect occurs where a child has been abandoned, is being...

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