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Martin Macyszyn

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  • Insurance PIP Question?

    I had a car accident a few days ago with my mothers car . I'm not on her policy nor do i live with her , she gave me permission to use her car to run some errands . Her insurance GEIGY , since she has full cover said they will cover the car da...

    Martin’s Answer

    As others have responded, it depends on a number of things. First off, if your Aunt lives with you and you are listed on her policy, you will be able to go through her PIP. If however she does not live with you and is merely renting the house to you, then you are out of luck going through her PIP. In that case, all you have to do is fill out an affidavit stating that you don't own a car and you don't live with anyone that does. Please be aware of changes to the PIP statute that went into effect on January 1st, 2013. If you want to know about those changes, please visit my blog. If you have any questions, always feel free to contact me at my office.

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  • My name is Barb I baught a Lanovo tablet in either June or July I called them as it would not turn on.

    I called them and my son looked it up on the unternet and found out that they knew the on and off button was bad and it would come on sottered.I sent it in and they said it was still under warenty,and it would cost over $250.00 to repair it,and t...

    Martin’s Answer

    First, read the warranty that came with the computer. If the warranty states that parts and labor are included and the time frame has not elapsed, file a lawsuit in small claims court. In court, ask for the costs for bring the lawsuit. Also, you may want to call your local bar association and see if there are attorney's in your area that would be willing to take your case. Sometimes, an attorney can simply write a letter to get this done for you.

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  • My son had injury at my neighbors front garage he trip on their basketball hoops

    He broke his ulnar and radial bone

    Martin’s Answer

    You should consult with a personal injury attorney in your area. Just understand that your neighbor had to of not done something or done something wrong to warrant being sued.

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  • If I use a friends name in a Title of a book is that person entitled to anything?

    I am writing a book and used a friend name for one of the characters.

    Martin’s Answer

    I agree with Mr. Lassen, try avoiding using any real names in books you write. As for whether that person would be entitled to any portion of the book, you should speak with a Intellectual Property attorney.

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  • How to figure it out if a car accident is Scam story?

    hi . i was drunk one night and drove my car to freeway and after exit and accidently i hit a car V1 parked along side of road but i never hit the second car V2 to extent i remember but the owner of V2 claimed that i hit his car. i got DUI and hit ...

    Martin’s Answer

    Your defense attorney will be able to investigate the case. He/she will be able to hire a private investigator and get to the bottom of it.

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  • Is it required for a daycare to fire a worker if they choke a child push & it's on video ?

    A child told me that a worker choked him so I told the night supervisor and she let us watch the video and it's clear she did out her hands on the child. We told the owner and the employe only got suspended for a few days , is there some law or ru...

    Martin’s Answer

    If it is not a first offense, the parents would be able to go after the daycare. The parents should contact a personal injury attorney. There are many avenues an attorney will be able to pursue, including, but not limited to negligent supervision and negligent hiring. The attorney in the area would be able to tell the parents all about it.

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  • How do i get another persons car ins to pay up

    i got rear ended no injuries i have liability only the one at fault has full coverage havinng problems getting his ins to fix my vehicle am i entitle to more than just phyical damage

    Martin’s Answer

    As noted, you are able to recover from the adverse party (at fault) for damages to your vehicle. Depending on the extent of the damage, you may be able to sue in small claims court. However, do understand that there is a maximum of five thousand dollars you can collect in most jurisdictions. Just get the estimates in order and go to the clerk of courts and file the lawsuit.

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  • Can I sue my former employer for a hostile work enviornment if I feel I had no choice but to quit? I was harassed and slandered

    I was the top sales person at an auto dealership and was forced to leave a $9000 per month income. My Sales Manager had an open and hostile dislike for me and I complained of the treatment I was getting from him. Before we could have a meeting wit...

    Martin’s Answer

    Please contact an employment attorney in your area. Make sure to write down everything that was said and write down the employees that said these things and the ones that witnessed them.

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  • My brother died in pileup 7 car crash , he was a taxi cap driver ,the sequence of event began when a minivav ran out of gas and

    come to stop causing 3 cars in the right lane to crash , my brother slowed down near the scene , rearended by the car behind his car swerved into the middle lane then was struck in the driver side door by a large tanker truck . my brother died ins...

    Martin’s Answer

    I'm sorry for your loss. Please contact a personal injury attorney as soon as you can.

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  • Can I sue the realty company hired to rent out a property for negligence?

    After the property was rented, the landlord has had numerous problems with the tenant but just recently found out that the tenant has a criminal felony charge for violence that was committed before renting the home. I thought real estate companies...

    Martin’s Answer

    I would recommend that you take your agreement that you signed with the rental company and seek an attorney's advice.

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