I was on a two-lane road about to make a left turn to go into a bank. I was stopped, waiting for traffic to clear. From a slight elevated hill across from me, a driver comes out from an angle and is heading directly towards my drivers side! Yell...
Anyone can sue you with their version of events for an accident. Contact your insurace company immediately. They will provide you with a defense atty and indemnification up to your liability policy limits. The pasenger will almost always sue both drivers to ensure they get the liable party, no matter how clear the case appears to you.See question
My court date is next week, and I was given advice from two separate attorneys about a demand for documents. The first attorney told me to mail the document right away. The second attorney told me to wait until the date of my hearing, when i am in...
Sounds like you need a lawyer. If you cant afford one check with your county and/or state bar assn. to see if there are non profit agencies or pro bono programs that could assist you. If discovery demands are frustrating you its only going to get worse.See question
I called the bank myself and asked why it was denied, they told me it was because of the proof of address was tinkered with. I need another car now!! I told him I am not taking it back, do the fed authorities get involved? I will eventually re...
I agree with both counsel who have responded already. However, to answer one of your questions you could "be in trouble". You could be charged with a crime. He will probably need to go to law enforcement authorities if you dont give it back. Then you may have a problem.See question
The dealer committed fraud, he changed my address on my cell phone bill to match my license, and changed date on my pay stub. I m not bringing the car back. Who do I make my payments too! I called the bank and asked why it was disapproved,they s...
Based on th facts you set out -- Unless you can pay for the car it doesnt sound like you have any basis to keep it.See question
This is for non-payment of rent.
You need to contact the court clerk and see who will issue restraining notices, subpoenas, executions or garnisees on your behalf. It is often a city marshal or some office of the court, if you dont have an atty., becuase theses documents are considered process of the court a non lawyer can not issue a subpoena, etc. on their own.See question
Months ago I received a summons. The person who served it refused to listen to my statement that he must have been trying to serve my father (who is now permanently disabled from brain damage and has defaulted on many of his debt payments to the b...
Based on the facts you stated the judgment should be vacated. You may need an atty. Our office handles these cases regularly. Call if you need assistance, 289-0548.See question
There a two different rates for me paying health care. Part time being more that full time...
Why dont you ask your employer or the insurer? The number is likely to be an average in the mid thirties.See question
Can I somehow respond to his rebuttal?
You are normally entitled to a reply. This must be served timely. Check the NY CPLR to see how long you have to serve it. This depends on the timing of your initial motion papers in relation to the return date. You should also check with the judge's chambers to see if he/she has any special rules for service of motion papers, incuding responding papers and your reply.See question
It was an anonymous posting on craigslist. I am wondering if the statute of limitations tolls when the attorney files a pre-action discovery action to find out the identity of the user or if it is a hard one-year deadline.
I agree that your atty, assuming you have one is the person to ask. However, as a general rule an action is commenced in NY by the filing of a summons and complaint; and the filing must occur before the expiration of the statute of limitations for a paticular cause of action.See question
We are public advocates and want to file a case to get state cases investigated, TRO's and decisions overturned.
Your question is very vague. Why not call a lawyer and get a free consultation where you can explain your desired outcomes?See question