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Ryan Alexander

Las Vegas Personal Injury Lawyer.

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  1. I had a vaginal delivery in Aug 3012. the doctor pulled and scraped my placenta which led to a hysterectomy. what should I do?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Ryan Alexander
    2. Christian K. Lassen II
    3. David B Pittman
    4. Kevin Coluccio
    4 lawyer answers

    In Nevada you only have one year from discovery of your injury to file a medical malpractice lawsuit. Also, Nevada medical malpractice cases require an expert in the same practice area to write you an affidavit that they believe it was malpractice, which costs a lot of money and several weeks to several months of preparation time. So if you are interested in pursuing a claim you need to act quickly, because any attorney you hire will have to hire medical experts, likely an obstetrician in...

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  2. A friend of mine took my son to walmart on black Friday of 2010. I have to mention that I had a cps case open at the time and

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Jill K. Whitbeck
    2. Ryan Alexander
    3. Veleka Eskinde
    4. Christian K. Lassen II
    5. Thomas D. Boley
    5 lawyer answers

    Timing or not, I don't see any practical type of civil lawsuit here.

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  3. I was kicked out of a club by excessive force by bouncer. Can they do that without a verbal warning ?

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Ryan Alexander
    2. Ross Carl Goodman
    3. William Peter Daley
    4. David E. Schreiber
    4 lawyer answers

    Sorry about your experience. This is very common here in Las Vegas. Unfortunately, unless you have eye witness statements *and* significant injuries, there are few attorneys who would be interested in such a claim (I probably get 1 "beat up by a bouncer" call per month). I've taken such cases when there are broken bones or dislocations. But only arm bruising is probably not enough to make it worth the investment of resources.

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  4. What do I do when someone has filed a false police report against me.

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Ryan Alexander
    2. Elizabeth Rankin Powell
    2 lawyer answers

    Just give your statement against his and let the police close the file. They usually identify who repeat frivolous callers are but they need a reason close things. Try and get a protective order if there have been threats to you or your aunt. Then if he returns, call the police. You could file a civil suit for nuisance or assault if he has aggressively threatened you, but the reality is that you probably just want people like this out of your life. Sometimes you only unlock more and more...

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  5. Can a non-party to the Bankruptcy case dispose of a lender's (debtor) asset in CH 11 without first lifting the Automatic Stay?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Matthew Scott Berkus
    2. Ryan Alexander
    3. Michael Avanesian
    3 lawyer answers

    If I am reading this correctly, I think your bigger issue is: what effect does this have on you as a borrower? The loan is an asset that can be transferred and you're responsible to pay who you understand holds the loan. Or else you risk being foreclosed on. Nevada courts have not been too kind to the "they don't own my note" series of defenses...

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  6. Can I sue the hotel?

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Jill K. Whitbeck
    2. Scott J. Corwin
    3. Christian K. Lassen II
    4. Richard S. Johnson
    5. Sean Michael Patrick
    6. ···
    8 lawyer answers

    Sorry this happened. I have to say that it is a very unusual story - and we in Vegas are used to hearing everything. In the future, yelling "¡Que se vaya!" or "¡fuera de aquí!" will be more explanatory to him!

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  7. Can my employer offer mileage to one employee but not another?

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Douglas M Larsen
    2. Samuel Alan Wong
    3. Ryan Alexander
    4. David Andrew Mallen
    5. Jay Gehre Putnam
    5 lawyer answers

    No. Not unless that employee is receiving preferential treatment BECAUSE OF his gender (or race, national origin, religion, etc.). There's not enough information to determine otherwise.

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  8. My son is a police officer. He claims that anyone who is arrested should NOT excercise their right to remain silent.

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Joshua Sachs
    2. Judy A. Goldstein
    3. Jeffrey Allen Fagan
    4. Keith G Langer
    5. Ryan Alexander
    5 lawyer answers

    I have represented officers. Many are completely shocked when they themselves are accused and they realize how everything was not only *used* against them, it was perversely skewed and manipulated against them. People with the best results often admit nothing, say nothing and deny everything. Even when caught.

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  9. What can my probation officer do to me if I'm doing all that is required of me?

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Kevin Longe Rush
    2. Ryan Alexander
    3. Michael Douglas Shafer
    4. Kevin Stanley Avery
    4 lawyer answers

    Even if you don't like it, ALWAYS try to get along with your P.O. For better and for worse they are the person you need to be compliant with during your probation. It can be all the difference between successful completion and fighting revocation. Just cooperate and show him the receipts. Be meek and humble about this whole thing. Attitude is going to cause problems.

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  10. Should and can i fight a possesion of alcahol ticket that i got from an officer the other day at the skatepark?

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Tina Marie Barberi
    2. Christopher William Rose
    3. David Aaron Wiesen
    4. Ryan Alexander
    4 lawyer answers

    Fight it to get it lowered or possibly they will offer you something to earn a dismissal. Maybe some classes, fine, community service, etc.

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