Your story was broken up and very hard to follow but the essence of it is that you caught herpes from a gentleman you met from a dating service. You can sue if you can show that he transmitted it to you and that he knew he had it and was reckless in transmitting it. This is also a crime in NC as well. You should speak to a personal injury attorney immediately. Whether it is worth suing or not is another story. The attorney can help you decide this as if this person has no money or assets, you...
The ADA can't force you to have an attorney. It sounds like he/she was giving a strong recommendation to you based on the nature of the matter. Pro se defendants don't historically do well with these charges.
All of the previous answers are correct, without damages, there is no lawsuit. The emotional stress is most likely not enough, especially since you said you knew they were wrong. If you are really disturbed over what happened, the practical advice is to leave this clinic and find a new doctor.
The law is not clear on this and man creditors argue that the statute of limitations does reset upon payment. You should speak to a debt collection defense attorney before making any payment. You have to approach the matter just right to prevent a resetting of the SoL.
I would demand more by way of compensation, but a large lawsuit is unlikely. I have added the personal injury listing to your question so you can get the best answers.
First, for an lawsuit, you have to show quantifiable damages. On the tv court shows, you always see people sue for pain and suffering. To get pain and suffering damages, you need testimony from a doctor and/or psychologist.
If you did not take your son to the hospital because you were able to get the shells out, the...
I agree with Mr. Howard, this is civil not criminal. You need to speak to an attorney as the debt validation rules typically apply to debt collectors notthe original creditor. Keep in mind that charged off does not mean that the debt is dead, it means that they have placed it in collections. Get legal advice, to see what claims you may have.
This is a dangerous game, considering you are scared of him. I recommend, you file suit in Small claims court for return of personal property. The clerk of court has form complaints for you to use. You will get a Court order requiring him to turn the property over to you AND you get a police officer to escort you when you get it. Be prepared to prove that YOU bought and own the furniture, as you should expect him to say he owns it.
I agree with both answers. As to Ms. McCall's information about unemployment benefits: I agree with her 100% that the employer probably allowed you to resign to avoid liability for unemployment benefits and getting benefits is much more difficult when you quit (resign) than if you are terminated.
There is one exception that might apply here and that is when you quit in the face of an imminent termination, you may still be qualified for benefits.
I agree with Mr. Madison. You need to speak to an attorney. These are very complicated and emotional cases that can get very stressful and the stress that will be placed on your, on top of your health condition will effect your ability to represrnt yourself.
As to the question at hand, I don't know if you are in Federal or State Court which will have different processes. You need to contact the attorneys for the defendant and get consent to continue out the discovery period and get this...