This is for non-payment of rent.
Retain a collection attorney to use the legal process of collect on the debt.See question
Dealer told me that the car was repossessed and was left there for a long time... that was the reason that the car had low miles...
Yes you an sue. You have to prove the fraud and damages.See question
I was alone in the building at about 7p.m. I have no witnesses. There was a compound for collecting material for shredding just before the entrance to the stairway, which is designated as a fire escape with a hand rail at one side.
You said you were at work? Did worker's comp cover this? Is the government building owner your employer? If you wish to sue the government building owner, you must file a Notice of Claim within 90 days or will be barred from doing so. Did an ambulance come and find you at the bottom of the stairs? Did anybody? You may be able to prove your case even if you do not remember it. Your injury sounds serious so this may worth pursuing. Consult with a personal injury attorney right away.See question
I owed 20,000 to a credit card company.On the court house steps we signed an stipulation agreement.Since the payments went past 5 years in time the judge wanted a discontinuance filed with the agreement signed as he didn't want the case open that ...
What it sounds like happened is that the case was discontinued upon settlement and that you signed a confession of judgment that was to be held in escrow as long as you made the payments. Since you stopped making payments the confession of judgment was released and filed without the requirement of any further involvement of the judge, resulting in a judgment against you.See question
Im 40% owner of a corp. and VP there is another 40% holder who is press. a 10% who is treasurer and a 10% who is sect. There is no corp kit no bylaws no shareholders agreement. 14 days ago we had a fight. they told meI couldn't come back and i wa...
Attorney Corrigan is spot on. You need to retain an experienced corporate litigation attorney to immediately run into court with an Order to Show Cause and obtain a Temporary Restraining Order. The, while the status quo is maintained, your rights can be hashed out in the litigation.See question
I have an over two year case with EEOC where the investigator has told me for a year that the cause letter is coming "soon," even at one point saying 3 weeks, yet I've not received it. I'm suing in state court anyway and know I don't need the RTS ...
You can bring your state claims pendent to your federal claims in federal court once you get RTS letter. Keep the pressure on the investigator. Filing in state court while the EEOC investigation is pending may cause election of remedy problems. Consult with a lawyer asap about all this.See question
The Defendants filed a motion for Summary Judgment and the Judge rescheduled and then subsequently cancelled the oral argument hearing requested by the Defendants, stating that an oral argument hearing is not likely to impact the decisional proces...
Did you put in opposition papers? It is not uncommon for the Court to waive oral argument on a motion. I would not read too much into it. Wait for the decision and consult a lawyer. If the motion is denied you should not have too much trouble finding a lawyer to take the case on a contingency basis.See question
i work midnights and was told if i go off to have shoulder fixed will have to return on days
If the employer has a legitimate business reason for the shift change it is permitted.See question
My boss regularly discriminated against female employee's including myself. I have proof that no females in the district made more then men, and I was regularly present for conversations regarding hiring people for their levels of attractiveness. ...
Not enough info provided to evaluate and advise. Consult an employment lawyer and/or file a claim with the NYC Div of Human Rights, the NYC Div of Human Rights or the EEOC (if the company is large enough). Act quickly, as has been stated. Your case would be difficult since (i) you quit and would have to prove constructive discharge and (ii) you have no record of complaining.See question
I've been a employee for around 8 years. In the last few years my credit got really bad. I was also involved in ugly case who led me, to plead guilty to misdemeanor 120.00 Subsection 2. Could this conviction cause me my job?
Assuming you are an at-will employee, yes. You should seek to obtain a certificate of relief from disabilities. It may help in this matter and/or with your future employment.See question