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  • I have a very complicated case and I need to speak about what my options are and what i should do legally.

    My boss is nearly forcing me to sign papers stating i quit my job due to a back injury acquired in November 2013. I need some insight since this case has so many things to go off of.

    Max’s Answer

    I have many questions for you. How did you injure your back? Are you treating? Can you continue working despite the injury? Are you cleared by the doctors to work? Did you file for Workers compensation? Define, "nearly forcing". What is the alternative to signing? What do you get if you sign? Feel free to contact us for assistance.

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  • Just found out today that I am on my city's local wanted list for a crime I did not commit. What should I do?

    I have never been contacted my the police either by phone or in person and I had no idea that I was on this list until my relative alerted me. I have no idea what's going on and don't want to get arrested, what should I do?

    Max’s Answer

    Connecticut has a wonderful judicial website that may or may not be able to shed some light on the charges. If you want to contact us with any personal information regarding this matter, we may be able to answer more of your questions. Please feel free to contact us.

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  • I got caught stealing $56 worth of stuff at Kmart and I received a civil demand from them in the amount of 300$. should I pay?

    I am 20, no other criminal history this is my first offense. I am also afraid because I am a legal resident so can this effect me obtaining my citizenship? And should I go through with paying the 300$ fine to Kmart?

    Max’s Answer

    Attorney Porter is very right. You should definitely show this letter to an attorney in your area. I have seen these letters often and can attest that you may be able to deal directly with Kmart or throught the criminal courts. The firms that put those letters out are generally bottom-feeding fringe debt collectors who do not have to worry about the FDCPA as this is not a consumer debt. Feel free to inquire further if we can help.

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  • Can I sue my apartment complex after the building door slammed shut on her tail cutting off part of her bone

    The door to the building of our apartment complex slams shut when you let it go. It slammed shut so fast and so hard, it cut off my dogs last vertebrae in her tail. There should be some sort of resistance or spring in the door to prevent it from s...

    Max’s Answer

    I agree with my colleagues, with one note. Courts generally treat animals as chattel which means that your animal is personal property and its feelings and your feelings are not generally taken into account. When monetizing the damages, the court will likely only assess the value of the dog based on its Fair Market Value which would factor in age, breed, etc. You may be able to get the vet bills taken care of if you can win. My colleagues have pointed out the weaknesses of your case of course.

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  • My ex filed a restraining order on me, but he keeps looking at my online profile. Should I mention this at the hearing?

    Will this show on my record?

    Max’s Answer

    There is a way to restrict certain people from viewing you social media. Look at your settings and adjust them accordingly. I agree with the other attorneys and at the risk of sounding repetitive, it sounds as though the order is against you and your ex's actions do not violate it. Please feel free to contact us for more information.

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  • Is it legal for bill collectors to give your last four digits of your ssn to other people

    no other details said it all in the question

    Max’s Answer

    If they are not your spouse this is entirely illeagal. Debt collectors cannot even reveal to another party other than your spouse that they are debt collectors. These are violations of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. You may be entitled to up to One Thousand Dollars paid to you as a penalty of the violation as well as attorney fees paid to your attorney. Please feel free to contact me with further questions.

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  • How do I double sell a property in CT?

    I have learned a little bit about this but would like to know how exactly to do this in CT? Thank you

    Max’s Answer

    You need a real estate attorney to handle the closing. This is a very large part of what my firm and I do. You may wish to look for competing prices. I would be happy to speak with you further about this transaction. Once you have an attorney and a buyer, there is very little else for you to worry about.

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  • My son and his girlfriend moved in my house.they have not paid one full months rent in a year. Do I need a court order to evict.

    They dont pay any utilitys. And are behind 15 hundred on rent.i have to sell my home cause I am behind on taxes. All my money goes to paying there cost of living. I gave them 6weeks to move.if they don,t what can I do about it.

    Max’s Answer

    Definitely consult with an experienced landlord/tenant attorney. I also think Attorney Block is correct in that you should hit them with a Notice to Quit as soon as possible. You may also want to sue them in small claims court (limit is $5,000.00) for the money you have spent on them.

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  • What can I do about a sexual harassment case?

    I have been sexually harassed at work and I have reported it to the USEEOC. They say I have a good case with 30-40 instances shown on camera. This has left me mentally disturbed and I do not know what to do. I am afraid that the company is goin...

    Max’s Answer

    I agree with the other attorneys here . You need to sit down with an attorney. Depending upon the strengths of your case a firm may take it on contingency which would mean no money out of your pocket. Please feel free to contact us for more information. Our firm handles these types of matters and is within five minutes drive of Bridgeport.

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  • Can I get a restraining order on my soon to be ex husband?

    So husband and I are officially separated as in we are married but not together relationship wise. while we were together relationship wise he purchased a dog but I kept the dog with me at my house cause the owner of his house said no to another d...

    Max’s Answer

    You would be well advised to sit down with a local family attorney and review these communications. There are many in your area who will likely meet with you without a consultation. Check on Avvo. I am sure the right attorney can obtain a successful resolution to your problem.

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