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Michael David Myers

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  • Can I somehow get my brothers accident settlement for him?

    When my brother and I were kids we were in a car accident that too place in California, we each got a settlement of 10k and once we turned 18 we'd be able to cash this. I cashed mine 2 years ago, however my brother just turned 18 in may and he has...

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    The attorney who settled the case for him should be able to obtain an order to release the funds out of the blocked account.

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  • Making private email correspondence public

    Could I face any type of lawsuit if I published on Facebook or in a blog, verbatim email correspondence that would be very embarrassing to both parties?

    Michael’s Answer

    What's the purpose of publishing the information? (It makes a big difference in terms potential exposure.)

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  • Can I file a suit against my ex that intentionally gave me herpes.

    A reliable source just informed me that my ex confided to him that he intentionally gave me herpes and then blamed it on me. He was very manipulative, acted like I gave it to him, and then guilted me into having sex with him during an outbreak... ...

    Michael’s Answer

    Sure you can. Probably want to include a negligence claim as well as a battery claim to trigger coverage if there's insurance. We've handled a surprising number of these cases and many homeowners policies cover these claims.

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  • Do you need to file a tort form for damages with counties in WA 3 months before you file the actual suit?

    I suffered major medical problems because of county negligence. I am now 39 and on SSDI. Do I need to file a tort form for damages 3 months before I can file the actual lawsuit? Are they lenient with this at all? I know there is a 3 year statutory...

    Michael’s Answer

    You're not too late. This used to be a very tricky area of the law. Now it's only somewhat tricky. Hire an attorney who knows what he or she is doing and you'll be fine.

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  • I had an accident on a parking lot, where the other party collided with me who has the right away? how to tell the right away.

    I want to know how to tell who has the right away.

    Michael’s Answer

    Traffic laws don’t strictly apply to parking lots. But the basic rules of the road are used to determine whether the driver of a car is liable for a collision. What were the circumstances?

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  • Can I sue my ex boyfriend for giving me Herpes?

    I had been diagnosed with Herpes virus type 2 in 2011, and Chlamydia(cured) in 2013, my ex, same man. I know it's hard to prove but he was the only partner I had since then. I just had to believe when he was strongly denying... Later I found out h...

    Michael’s Answer

    Understand your concerns. Renters or homeowners insurance?

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  • My adult son was in a motorcycle accident,no ins. We want to assume $ responsibility. Can we?

    He isin a program and if he has anything hanging over his head, he cannot finish the program, which has been a lifelong dream. Initially, the other driver said she had no injuries and was walking around fine. My son rear-ended her after a quick ...

    Michael’s Answer

    Suggest that you wait until your son receives a demand from her or her insurance carrier.

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  • Do I need to get an attorney ?

    I was driving on the freeway and traffic came to a stop so I stopped and was about 10-15 feet away from the car in front of me when a car slammed into me. And damaged the back of my car . I don't have insurance but the person behind me was driving...

    Michael’s Answer

    The fact that you didn't have insurance won't affect your ability to make a claim. You should consult with an attorney now. The property damage claim can be settled separately (and before) your personal injury claim.

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  • I was the victim of a car accident, couldn't get a lawyer, so I tried to handle the case myself....

    (yes,bad idea but the statute of limitations would have expired) my insurance & at-fault driver's knew that I was planning to file myself but I never told them I-so they must have researched it cuz got a "notice of appearance" from a lawyer for de...

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    The lawyer was assigned to represent the defendant by the insurance company. Not fraud. Just the way the system works.

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