Kyle Raymond Wright’s Answers

Kyle Raymond Wright

Sandusky Personal Injury Lawyer.

Contributor Level 6
  1. Referring dentist wrote incorrect tooth to extract on referral. Oral surgeon removed it.

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Christian K. Lassen II
    2. Larry Alan Apfelbaum
    3. Kyle Raymond Wright
    4. George Costas Andriotis
    5. Carlos J. Jimenez
    6. ···
    8 lawyer answers

    Both parties will likely share in liability in this case, with the referring doctor likely having more exposure. The surgeon also owes it to you to determine that the correct tooth is being removed. A short statute of limitations exists in medical malpractice claims. You should have the records reviewed with an attorney.

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  2. Can I sue without it costing me money?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Kyle Raymond Wright
    2. James Regan
    3. Daniel Nelson Deasy
    3 lawyer answers

    You should consult with a local attorney first. The statute of limitations should will be based upon Oregon law, not Ohio. In Ohio, if you're a minor when the assault occurs, the statute does not begin to run until you're an adult. Oftentimes, in injury cases, law firms work on contingency fees so you may not have initial out of pocket costs to pursue an injury claim.

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  3. The man was charged with 3 counts of rape and 3 of sodomy. I am the victim. Is there any way I can sue?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Kyle J Bristow
    2. Andrew A Esposito
    3. Kyle Raymond Wright
    4. Daniel Nelson Deasy
    4 lawyer answers

    In addition to what you've been told, depending on the specific facts, insurance may be available under a negligence theory. What's important, is where did the rape occur? Who was present? Could someone or some entity have prevented these incidents? If so, you could have a viable negligence claim, which would entitle you to money damages for your injuries. It's important to contact an attorney immediately to determine what's available to you.

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  4. Division of assets in a supposed amicable divorce.

    Answered 6 months ago.

    1. Gilbert Gregory Arenstein
    2. Daniel Frank Gigiano
    3. Betty Jean Burley
    4. Kyle Raymond Wright
    4 lawyer answers

    Abandonment refers to the grounds for divorce. Ohio, however, is a no-fault state and in most cases the parties agree that they are incompatible. Marital property in Ohio is subject to an equitable distribution. Assets accrued during the marriage are subject to a claim by the husband or wife. There are many ways to equitably split your marital assets. Before committing to any agreement, I would recommend consulting with an attorney. Good luck.

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  5. Who has custody of children when , they live in tenn. with children,one takes off to ohio? the one thatleft wonts children

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Kyle Raymond Wright
    1 lawyer answer

    It's impossible to answer without more facts. Is there a marriage? Are any custody proceedings pending in either state? Generally, in state-to-state custody issues, UCCJEA governs. Without more, unfortunately, it's impossible to tell. When there's a risk that one party may leave the home state with a child, it is critical to contact an attorney immediately.

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  6. Where and how would I change visitation and and tax yrs with my kids father? Do I need a lawyer?

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. Beth Ann Blackmore
    2. Kyle Raymond Wright
    2 lawyer answers

    You can file a motion to modify without an attorney. Does father consent? In what county? I would suggest hiring an attorney, especially when visitation is involved. Good luck.

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  7. Can a collection agency take my car for a judgment against me?.

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Dean David Paolucci
    2. Kyle Raymond Wright
    3. Steven Anderson Leahy
    3 lawyer answers

    Exempted interests are listed in RC 2329.66. Your vehicle is not wholly exempt from execution. It is exempt from execution to the extent "not to exceed three thousand two hundred twenty-five dollars ($3,225.00), in one motor vehicle." RC 2329.66

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  8. What should i expect

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Howard M Lewis
    2. Paul Michael Kocsis
    3. Kyle Raymond Wright
    3 lawyer answers

    Generally, you should expect an equitable division of the marital property accumulated during your marriage. You may also be entitled to spousal and child support. A review of all the facts is necessary to provide you a better picture. You should consult an attorney to review all of your facts. I wish you the best.

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  9. Divorce

    Answered about 2 months ago.

    1. Kyle Raymond Wright
    2. George Michael Wolfe
    2 lawyer answers

    I'm very sorry to hear about the circumstances with your wife and child. Since you're married you will need to file for divorce to get an order of custody. Based on the limited facts I've learned in your post, it's likely you can get quick temporary orders in your divorce. As to custody of your child during marriage, you each have equal rights. You should consider filing for divorce soon if you believe there is a risk of harm to your child.

  10. Should I switch law offices

    Answered about 2 months ago.

    1. Richard Todd Rosenstein
    2. Valarie A McNeice
    3. Kyle Raymond Wright
    4. Ronald John Maurer
    5. Christian K. Lassen II
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    6 lawyer answers

    My advice is to do what makes you comfortable. It is your case and your injuries. It is likely 100/300 coverage, which means $100,000.00 liability coverage for each person, not to exceed a total amount of $300,000.00 for the accident. Your attorney should be able to confirm coverages. Best of luck to you.