There is no right to serve in the military, and if it is determined that you did, in fact, commit fraud to obtain an enlistment, you can be chaptered out of the military. That being said, without more than a few defamatory statements from some of your former friends that they smoked pot with you prior to your enlistment, it is highly unlikely that such statements would support an administrative separation.
While most State Farm policies are "claims made" policies meaning the carrier can pay out claims when they are first presented, the carriers rarely do this and try instead to get all the claims resolved at the same time. I would recommend you send a demand letter and put pressure on the carrier to settle. You should talk to a lawyer, but do not agree to a 1/3 fee contract if there is no dispute as to liability. You should negotiate a lower fee. Good luck!
I'm sorry to hear what you are dealing with. If you believe your doctor was negligent, you should request your entire medical chart and take it to a medical malpractice lawyer to review. The lawyer will generally send the chart to a doctor to evaluate whether there was a breach of the standard of care, a fancy way of saying "negligence." Good luck with your recovery.
While there is no right to not be insulted, if you learn people are saying false and malicious rumors about you, you may have a claim for slander (if it's verbal) or defamation if the comments are posted on Facebook, etc. Good luck!
The short answer is "yes" - you should talk to a lawyer as soon as possible. Premises liability cases are very time sensitive because important evidence can disappear such as video surveillance, and witnesses can move. You definitely get the medical attention you need.
If the school made material misrepresentations to get you to enroll, you could sue them for fraud. I would recommend you collect all the school paperwork you can get your hands on, including any promotional materials, and have an attorney review them for you.
The decision to prosecute is one that rests with the local district attorney. You can certainly talk to the DA's office and the victim's rights liaison and assert your rights. If your ex-boyfriend did, in fact, knowingly expose you to Hep. C, and you in fact contracted the infection, you may have a civil claim (lawsuit) against him for negligence, fraud, intentional infliction of emotional distress and possibly other claims. You should talk with a personal injury lawyer in your area to...
You may have a case, but you will have to prove that the nail salon was negligent and their negligence caused you the problems you have described. It is not enough to simply show that you were hurt. I would recommend you go to your doctor first to have your hands examined and see exactly what the problem is, e.g. infection, chemical burn? Take plenty of photographs (high quality digital is best). If your problems fully resolve (quickly), it's probably not worth your time and effort to...
Assuming you are in federal court, you can file a subpoena requiring the appearance of a witness at trial, but generally, once the discovery period has expired, you cannot serve additional subpoenas for more discovery, unless you get permission from the court.
It is extremely unlikely that you have any sort of actionable claim against the airline, although there does appear to have been some sort of mixup regarding the ticket. That being said, I would recommend you write a letter to the airline explaining in detail what happened, and requesting the airline either cover the out-of-pocket losses or at least comp a future flight. From what you describe, the damages don't sound very high, probably less than $1000, and a lawsuit for such a small sum (...