According to you the statute of limitations
expire in April, 2013 . . . that's when you
MUST file your lawsuit. Until then . . . your
attorney may investigate to determine how
to proceed . . . if at all. I would give him a
deadline sometime in the fall (2012) to file
or get another attorney to file. Your case
may have some problems and not be as easy
as you may think. Every case has its own
merits. Good luck!
YES. Additionally attorneys should and do attach
SOME key evidence to their Complaints so the
reader (judge/defendant lawyer/court) can
understand their (plaintiff) position. Think of
it as a "show-and-tell" school assignment---
remember those!? Pro se litigants are nortorious
for filing "jumbled" paperwork with the courts.
Anything you can do for "smooth sailing" through
the court system only helps your position!
Simply CALL the court clerk, give her the
ticket number, and ask what the ticket was
for. She'll let you know what that gibberish
means. It could also be some kind of cop
code so the cop can remenber your stop
if it gets to court.
Generally, the Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993 ("FMLA"), see: 29 USC 2611 et seq.,
covers businesses with 50 or more employees (including state, local and most federal govt.
agencies). The employee has to work a certain minimum amount of hours in the previous
twelve months to qualify for coverage/protection. The employee is then allowed a maximum
of twelve (12) weeks to care for a seroiusly ill family member or his/her self (employee's
own serious medical condition). This stuff is not...
What kind of a question is this?
A trick question????
OF COURSE . . . if someone FORGES another's
signature . . . that's (1) ILLEGAL; and (2) HOLDS
CIVIL LIABILITIES AS WELL. HOWEVER, you'll
have to PROVE that your signature was in fact
"forged." Was this person acting as your "agent"
or "power of attorney?" If you didn't want these
properties sold then you should not have consented
to a) agent; or b) power of attorney. NOW, if you
had NO idea that these properties were sold, and...
Bet you that this "lawyer" will be working for (defending) an Insurance Company in the near future.
If Mr. Bar Attorney" doesn't provide you with a "website design brief" then hasn't he BREACHED
the contract? Give him fourteen (14) days to provide you with the "brief" or tell him you're closing
his file and he can go elsewhere to get a website.
In the future . . . put in BOLD LETTERS that all fees you receive are NONREFUNDABLE.
I know a web designer that's designed websites for...
Oops . . . a lying litigant.
So he lied to you.
You should have gotten his "word" in writing.
Now you're "screwed."
He played you. Take him back to court BUT
WHAT PROOF DO YOU HAVE? You have to
listen and follow the judge. If landlord
destroys/throws out your items you can
sue for in small claims court. But again . . .
WHAT'S YOUR PROOF that landlord allowed
this extra day???