The attorney may be taking out costs for copies, expert reports, medical record costs, postage etc. that are separate from his or her fees depending on the agreement. You should meet with your attorney and get a detailed explanation of the fee agreement and how the funds are being distributed.
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.
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.
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.
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.
It would depend on your state's premise liability laws, the duties the roller rink owed to patrons and whether or not they violated a duty. You should contact a Delaware attorney who would be better suited to advise you of your rights.
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...