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  • Question for product liability and litigation attorneys

    How long does it typically take for a law firm to actually file a risperdal lawsuit on your behalf after the firm has agreed to take your case? I have been represented by this particular Law firm for over a year regarding a risperdal lawsuit agai...

    Clifford’s Answer

    There is no "typical" time. All cases are different. But if you are unsatisfied with your case's progress get another lawyer.

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  • Do I need another Personal Injury Attorney, that knows both FL and CA Law?

    I was hit by a driver of a 2014 Lexus, while walking through the parking lot to check in for a conference in Tampa FL in Feb. My boss and office managers were witnesses, the trip was to build our Dental Marketing Program, and I estimate t...

    Clifford’s Answer

    Florida law will control almost every issue involved. So, a responsive Florida lawyer is what you need. I can't understand why some lawyers never return phone calls, emails, or letters or require multiple attempts to get them to respond. As far as I am concerned, one (or two in an unusual situation) attempts to get a response are all that you should try. Then, get a new lawyer. I am still waiting for several lawyers to return my calls after years. Of course, the matters I called them about have now gone to other lawyers or been resolved in other ways

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  • IF THE REASON FOR THE INITIAL TRAFFIC STOP IS UNLAWFUL, DOES EVERYTHING SEARCHED AND SEIZED THERE AFTER THEN FALL BY THE WAYSIDE

    Was initially pulled over for not properly illuminating my license plate. Should be visible from a hundred feet. Clearly states in arrest report both little lights were working, he just thought they were a little dull. Should I have my attorney fi...

    Clifford’s Answer

    Of course. That would be the "fruit of the poisonous tree." Wong Sun v. US. There are some exceptions like inevitable discovery, but there might not apply in your case. But, the question you should be asking is: "How do I prove the stop was without probable cause?"

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  • Auto fraud? Non-disclosed accident by dealership.

    I bought a Mustang in 2012 used from a car dealership. I proceeded to try to trade in that same car a few days ago and found out that it was in a disabling car accident that was not disclosed to me at the time of purchase, which lowered the trade ...

    Clifford’s Answer

    Breach of warranty? Fraud? The facts and documents involved are important though.

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  • If you have a um. claim in litigation against a particular insurance co.,wouldnt it make sense to have a different carrier now??

    If you have a um. claim in litigation against a particular insurance co.,wouldnt it make sense to have a different carrier now?Like say your lawsuit is against Geico as that was your carrier when you were involved in an not at fault accident in pa...

    Clifford’s Answer

    I don't see why it would matter. The fact that you have a claim does not mean the carrier is bad. You are just in a dispute. Perhaps a trial will be needed, perhaps not.

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  • Don't know what kind I need

    I have distal tibial nerve damage with complox regional pain syndrome in my right foot. worker comp doctors said nothing wrong because I can stand on it. got one worker comp lawyer and they said all I do is lie. so I got another one and all he sa...

    Clifford’s Answer

    Keep looking for a workers compensation lawyer to represent you. Try recommendations from friends or the Florida Bar.

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  • I got food poisoning and had to go to the hospital twice. I've been in pain the past 10 days. Would I have a civil case in FL

    I ate nothing all day and got something from a store with a franchise in it, 10 days ago. I got diarrhea, really bad pain and had to go to the hospital twice in that time. I soiled my pants while walking home from the hospital the first time. This...

    Clifford’s Answer

    If you can prove that it was food poisoning from a particular restaurant (and not just that you got sick after eating there) you could win a suit. Your damages are limited. Either find a lawyer of sue in Small Claims Court.

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  • I booked a music artist based in america to perform a concert in 2012 in which he failed to show up I also gave him 3 chances

    The artist was fully paid for the show, but refused to uphold his end of the contract, I have the contracts, video drops, bank wire transfers and confirmations all email correspondents, I spent $300,000 in order to make the show work and has left ...

    Clifford’s Answer

    I suggest you contact a lawyer in the country in which the artist is located. You will probably have to pay a fee up front.

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  • Who pays for my bills the leasing office or my employer

    I slipped and fell in a puddle of water and algae hurting my lt knee hip and back outside an apartment complex where I clean apartments thru my employer I notified my supervisor he said tell maintenance supervisor that person took me into leasin...

    Clifford’s Answer

    Your employer pays. It might have a claim for reimbursement against the complex. See a Workers' Compensation lawyer if medical care is not forthcoming.

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  • How many U.S.Codes are you allowed to implement per complaint form?

    when filling in the U.S code section of a complaint form,do I add as many codes,titles and chapters as possible or just one specific code,title and chapter.for instance a charge of deprivation,fraud and kidnapping has separate codes,ti...

    Clifford’s Answer

    There is no limit. But, be sure your Complaint complies with the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, states valid claims, and meets the more stringent pleading requirements adopted in Iqbal. If the last sentence means nothing to you, you are wasting your time and money proceeding without a lawyer. You could easily be required to pay the other side's attorney's fees and costs or subject yourself to future claims for damages for malicious prosecution,

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