I need help to file a complaint in the appeal. The case is about car accident. I am the plaintiff. Defendants never showed up at the lower hearing so I won by default. Now the defendants have appealed and I need to file a complaint within 20 days.
Many attorneys work on a contingency fee for those types of cases (ie they take a percentage of winnings rather than get paid out of pocket)See question
I am a landlord with rental properties and tenants including a church. They are all in the same area. I need a "stay away" order against a woman who continuously vandalizes my properties, and harasses my tenants. I live in NJ and, although my hu...
File a harassment claim or private criminal complaint. Ask for a stay away order as part of the relief. A lawyer might also be useful, a cease a desist violation could be good grounds to support that form of reliefSee question
Current landlord has refused to fix safety issues within the apartment I rent from him. We have tried negotiating a time with him multiple times and every time that he says that something will get fixed the time he gives us comes and passes. if ...
Whether you are justified in breaking the lease under these circumstances doesn't mean it will be an easy path to reclaim your security. Meet with an attorney to explore your options. Perhaps you can redirect the rent toward completing the repairsSee question
What should i choose, a great but dishonest lawyer or a less skilled but honest lawyer?
A criminal lawyer, not a "criminal" lawyerSee question
She got out of jail 2 weeks ago. She spent 90 days for a DUI. She spent half the time in rehab. Her first day home she left and went to a bar. There was a problem the police were called they took her away. I can't deal with her drinking no more. ...
If you are seeking guidance on filing for divorce, you may want to meet for a private consultation with a local family law attorney.See question
I rented a home with a woman and her three teenage kids; not related to me or married to. One of her teenagers left an oil pan on the stove which caught fire while was asleep in my room. Had to climb out the window. I'm I liable to the insurance c...
See a lawyer in person. Bring any landlord tenant lease agreements as there may be a subrogation waiver that provides immunity. Also, you rarely will ever owe money to an insurance carrier if you can be considered a beneficiary (in any manner) under that policy. In other words, if the landlords homeowners policy would provide for any of your personal losses, you are considered an insured notwithstanding the fact you aren't named in the policySee question
I had a free consultation and was told I need 3,000.00 to start the bankruptcy. I am broke. I don't understand how they think I could come up with that much money before September. My house is worth about 140,000.00 and its the only thing going on...
Bankruptcy might not be the only option available to defend a foreclosure. Also, you are not required to hire an attorney for bankruptcy, although it is advisableSee question
The other car T-bone our car and I was injured. I was told that I have to sue both drivers. I just want to make it clear that I will not sue my fiancé. The reason why is that this would be like me suing myself. His funds are my funds and this ...
If you were advised that course of action (ie suing fiance) by an attorney, you should discuss this with him or her. The practical reason to sue your fiance is to preserve a right to obain any insurance coverage related to his vehicle you do not need to necessarily collect anything from him personallySee question
I am going into the ard program in a couple of weeks. Would pressing charges on someone affect my eligibility?
It is unlikely, unless the police believe you have made false allegations (which could be a crime)See question
Someone called the utilitie company and got all utilies turned off. They lied saying they was me. What can I do .
If you know the identity, file a police report. If u think the utility company is involved file a complaint with the utilities commission. If a landlord, you have a variety of enforcement actions including collection practices lawsuitSee question