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Gerald Carey Sterns

Oakland Aviation Lawyer.

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  1. How do I requested authorities to identify the person who assaulted me to permanent brain injury, when 24hour deny provide info

    Answered about 3 years ago.

    1. Norman Gregory Fernandez
    2. Joseph Briscoe Dane
    3. Gerald Carey Sterns
    4. Christian K. Lassen II
    5. Jeffrey Mark Adams
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    Your best legal chance is to go after 24 hour fitness on the claim that either they did not properly supervise the equipment or who was working out, and/or they had reason to know this person might have been a problem. if he assaulted you, it is very likely he had caused other trouble before. Any business like this, that charges you to come in and allows puplic access, has a duty to exercise ordinary care for the safety of all who are there, including you. You may be able to prove they did...

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  2. My 18 yr old son was injured while riding his bike, who is responsible?

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Steven Mark Sweat
    2. John A Nojima
    3. Victoria Lindenauer
    4. Frederick Joseph Sette
    5. Gerald Carey Sterns
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    I would think your son has a very good case. leaving pipes sticking out like that is to invite an accident. the vehicle could not have been legally driven without a red flag to alert the presence of this dangerous situatioin. and the vehicle liability insurance should cover this. there is a fine firm in Oxnard, very experienced in personal injury and damage case; Heipler and Heipler. Strongly recommend you contact them. Good luck.

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  3. Is negligent party liable only for purchase price of injured dog?

    Answered about 3 years ago.

    1. Frank Wei-Hong Chen
    2. Marc Sean Hurd
    3. Christian K. Lassen II
    4. Gerald Carey Sterns
    5. Laura Mcfarland-Taylor
    5 lawyer answers

    yes, if you cash this check it will most liklely say thereon full settlement or some such and you are stuck. seems to me they are liablel for all damage caused, including all your vet expenses; also maybe liable for the breakinkg and trespass in the first place. you can see a lawyer who maybe can compose a strong letter for you and get your money w/o having to pay a big contingency fee, or try small claims court. you should readily win.

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  4. A credit bureau merged someone else's credit file with mine causing me to lose my clearance with the government and maybe career

    Answered almost 3 years ago.

    1. Gerald Carey Sterns
    2. David J McMorris
    2 lawyer answers

    In my opinion, yes, by all means. Credit bureaus have abused lots of people with negligence and sloppy work, similar to what happened here, and it seems clear to me this conduct is clearly a form of defamation, an actionable tort. It is totally forseeable, or should be, to these credit agencies, that such consequences could ensure. Moreover, it seems their conduct is especially reprehensible in view of fact that they make these calls and send out this erronous information striclty exparte,...

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  5. Does a plaintiff's personal injury attorney have a duty to disclose to his client's settlement to the trustee handling his clien

    Answered over 3 years ago.

    1. Cory Russell Weck
    2. Gerald Carey Sterns
    3. Richard Edward Noll
    3 lawyer answers

    absolutey yes to all questions. The personal injury claim, whether filed or not, becomes an asset of the trustee in bankrupcy, just as anything else the bk filer owns. there has to be full and complete communication between the filer, his attorney and the trustee, or someone is going to get into trouble. We are not bankrupcy attorney, but do a lot of PI work where these issues come up.