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Alexander Kendall Evans

Alexander Evans’s Answers

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  • I was in a car accident in CA and am being sued.

    I have insurance and they have been handling it. I received a summons for a court date for a case management conference. Am I supposed to go to it, or does the insurance company go and represent me? They told me that they would contact me if th...

    Alexander’s Answer

    Contact your insurance company.

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  • How do you stop a summons?

    My husband was served a summons and we are currently going though bankruptcy. However we are not far enough into the bankruptcy to have the file number or petition number yet. So how do I stop the summons?

    Alexander’s Answer

    You cannot "stop" a summons. If a creditor has filed a complaint, you or your representative will need to answer the Complaint within the time allotted or the creditor will see default judgment. If you have an attorney representing you for the bankruptcy, you should contact him or her. if you do not have an attorney, you should consider hiring one.

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  • Bad credit and marriage

    Will my bad credit affect my fiancee good credit when we marry?

    Alexander’s Answer

    You should talk to your creditors and the credit reporting agencies, but typically, negative credit information is only reported on the listed debtor. I

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  • Car damage our property issue

    someone drove a car and broke down my fence,and also hit our neighbor's car (they parked their car in their front yard) at mid night while all of us were sleeping. he or she left a car # for us, but the police man cannot find any record for this c...

    Alexander’s Answer

    If you are unable to locate the individual who damaged your property, you may be to contact your homeowners insurance and make a claim through them.

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  • What kind of settlement am i looking at for two broken wrists (1 external fixator) and permanent facial scars? Liability claim

    i recently was a victim of a second story deck collapsing beneath me, falling face first from my knees 12-15 ft. I filed a liability claim on the homeowner's insurance. Right wrist is in a cast, left wrist is in an external fixator, and the right ...

    Alexander’s Answer

    Please contact my office and ask for Alex. We have two Oregon licensed attorneys in our firm. Both went to Willamette University College of law (as well as myself) and one of which who spent several years working on Oregon Worker's Compensation cases.
    The value of your case is dependent largely on your injuries and your damages. Without reviewing the medical records and your treating physician's opinions it is impossible to know what the value of your claim is. In addition, there is not enough information in about your past work history and your injuries to determine whether or not you will be precluded from work in the near future or permanently. The fact that your boss is asking you to lie, means you have a legal situation and problem. If your boss is claiming you were injured in the course and scope of your employment, it could preclude you from recovering any proceeds on a personal injury claim.
    It is important to consult with an attorney who is working for you and your best interests. Please call our offices for a free consultation.

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  • Husband offered new job......but was let go by no fault of his own!!

    My husband was offered a job in the oilfield as a truck driver. He was told that he could get his learners permit and the driving portion of the CDL would be done after he started his job and received some hours of drive time. His supervisor would...

    Alexander’s Answer

    If your husband was hired by a North Dakota company, you should probably speak with a North Dakota attorney as North Dakota law would apply. Regardless, your husband should speak with a local attorney immediately because he may need to exhaust administrative remedies before pursuing an action. Also, several of the companies hire truckers as "independent contractors" and not "employees" which would make a difference in any claim your husband may have.

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  • Can i fight this?

    I was involved in an accindent in January 2011. I did not have insurance, but am not required to in NH. The police report found the cause of the accident to be due to the severe winter conditions and also noted that the corner where the accident o...

    Alexander’s Answer

    You should contact an attorney in your area to determine what information is needed to request materials from the state and whether or not they actually keep complaint records. The records may very well need to be subpoenaed in order for you to gain access to them.

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  • Someone rear-ended car on frwy..gave false info.& won't respond. Been over 6 mos. trying to track him down..too late to report?

    Is it too late to report an incident that happened over 6 mos. ago? Ran into back of car & gave false info. Stationed at Camp Pendelton & they won't help without police report. Not sure if too long now.

    Alexander’s Answer

    You should speak to CA attorney to see if you would not be able to file an uninsured motorist claim with your insurance carrier.

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  • Who is responsible for paying back my deposit? My landlord whom I originally leased the property from or her Management Company?

    We moved into a place in February 09. A management company took over later that year. We signed a new lease with them on October 09. We have just moved out of the property, last day of residence 05/09/11. The property management company sent us a...

    Alexander’s Answer

    Please contact our office ASAP. There are very specific time restrictions that apply in Landlord-Tenant cases. Landlords have very specific duties and obligation in determining how much,if any deposit to withhold.

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  • Should I settle for used parts to fix my car so they dont total it?

    They say it would cost too much to fix my car unless they get used parts and my back and shoulders have been hurting bad but the e.r doc said nothing was broke so I should be ok what should I do?

    Alexander’s Answer

    Please contact me ASAP. Montana has unique laws concerning property damage and totaled vehicles.The at-fault's insurance company has a duty to pay damages so that you are "made whole." You don't want to be short-changed. Please call our office at (406) 755-6828 and ask for Alex.

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