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R. Sebastian Gibson

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  • Should I take legal action?

    I was biking (sidewalk, wrong way) a car turned into a driveway, saw my, just stopped right in my way and I hit his car. I ended up fracturing a rib and having to fix my bike, just a little though. I'm not sure even if I would want to fight this s...

    R.’s Answer

    You should contact a personal injury lawyer in your area for a free consultation, give them all the facts and get their advice whether you have a case worth pursuing. Good luck.

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  • Is it against the law to copy another website business' terms and conditions?

    Interior design business/ selling and consultation

    R.’s Answer

    It would be a case of copyright infringement. So that's the type of lawyer you should look for in your area and they can advise you if it is worth the cost of pursuing such a case. Good luck.

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  • Compensation and punitive damages

    what is the limit in oklahoma of the above subject matter in and the statue, if known

    R.’s Answer

    If you provide all of the information on your matter to an attorney in your area, they can tell you the information you are asking for, such as whether you can seek punitive damages or whether you have a good case or not. This post doesn't provide enough information.

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  • How do i go about sueing the city i live in? my property has recieved extensive water damage because their neglect.

    concrete pad busted,wall are bowed,replaced carpet several times,structural damage, i have asked the city to maintain culprits and overflow of creek. my driveway stays muddy overall my yard has actual ditches in it where i have tried to disburse ...

    R.’s Answer

    You should have a free consultation with an attorney in your area who handles cases against cities and other public entities and make sure you file your claim within the statute of limitations which can be very short when you're making a claim against a public entity. Good luck.

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  • Who is responsible for Damaged clothing and bedding due to clothing moths?

    Many of my clothing items are damaged from clothing moth larvae. I am a very clean and organized person, I vaccum frequently and only have clean clothes hanging in my closet. That being said, whose response for the cost of damage? My renters insu...

    R.’s Answer

    You should contact a landlord-tenant attorney in your area, though I doubt you will be able to hold the landlord responsible unless they knew about the problem and failed to warn you. Good luck.

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  • Am I liable for damages caused by a sub-contractor?

    I had contractors on my property, and during the course of their works they damaged a buried electricity cable. The utility company have apparently been unable to to trace the company that had carried out the works and caused the damage, and the n...

    R.’s Answer

    You should contact an attorney in your area who handles construction law. You can use Avvo to find a lawyer or do a Google search. Good luck.

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  • What type of case to file with my county office in order to get a driver to pay for damages done to my car.

    A driver hit my car I saw her but she left the scene I called the police and filed a report. My insurance company paid for the damages . I'm trying to get reimbursement.

    R.’s Answer

    If your insurance company paid you, it's up to them to try to get reimbursement from the other driver.

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  • What do I do? My home owners insurance dropped us after a lady came onto my fenced, back yard uninvited and was bit by my dog?

    I have been with carrier for 10 years and never had any claims before?

    R.’s Answer

    Just find another insurance company to insure you. You may even find cheaper coverage. Good luck.

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  • Thank you

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    R.’s Answer

    I'm sure the attorneys who answered your question appreciate your thanks. Good luck.

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  • Thank you all for anwering my question

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    R.’s Answer

    You're most welcome I'm sure. What was your question?

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