John Robert Bonin’s Answers

John Robert Bonin

Shelton Wrongful Termination Lawyer.

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  1. Personal injury attorney seeks advice with client

    Answered 11 months ago.

    1. Louis Samuel Abronson
    2. John Robert Bonin
    3. Joseph Wayne Rose
    4. David Ian Schoen
    5. Briny Adam Woods
    6. ···
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    Both prior answers are correct and i wish you luck in your new practice. If you don't mind some friendly advice: When I got my first job as a lawyer I remember walking into my new office to find a file on my desk. It was my first "personal injury" case. I opened the file and about half way through I found myself exclaiming - "Holy #^@#$ this guy needs an attorney....oh wait...I guess that is me." I've told you this so you won't feel alone. I also want you to know that your BEST resource...

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  2. How to file a Writs of Restitution after winning a Sheriff Sale auction?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. John Robert Bonin
    2. Christopher Daniel Cutting
    3. Shawn B Alexander
    3 lawyer answers

    Obtaining a Writ of Restitution is a legal proceeding. If you have occupants in the home you need to go through the Writ of Restitution procedure which requires filing of a complaint with the court and some very specific processes. If you have never done a writ of restitution yourself before (and in some situations even if you have) you are best served by hiring an attorney to do this for you. The "bond" you speak of is simply a surety to the Sheriff's office that they are covered in the...

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  3. I was locked out of residence

    Answered 11 months ago.

    1. John Robert Bonin
    1 lawyer answer

    Make an appointment to see an attorney in the Vancouver area as soon as possible. If you cannot afford an attorney make contact with "Northwest Justice Project" (you will find them on the internet) for assistance. You should diary out all the oral statements made concerning this matter by the executor/personal representative to help that attorney identify whether you have any claims. The general information that you have given here would incline me to say you very well may have claims to...

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  4. I received a Notice of Unavailability of Counsel. So, what? Do I care if my ex-wife's attorney can't make it to the court date?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. John Robert Bonin
    2. Dave Hawkins
    3. Reid A Seino
    3 lawyer answers

    The Court will likely care and it makes you look bad if you don't try to show consideration. I suggest you find out available court dates, compare it to your own schedule and then send a letter to the other side giving a few options. If he/she responds you would be responsible for the "re-note" to the new date. If there is no response you would confirm your current date and tell and show the court what you did. Remember that courtesy is a two way street and that you might want to request...

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  5. Anyone out there that can answer some LL C business start up questions ? in the next few minutes

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Ryan Hogaboam
    2. John Robert Bonin
    3. Douglass S Lodmell
    3 lawyer answers

    Prior answer is generally correct. You need to sit down with an attorney to discuss your goals and your plans to really select the best form of your business from many options. You also want to not only form your entity properly, but maintain it properly or what the other attorney said may ultimately become untrue- not because of what he said, but because of what you did and did not do. Usually an understanding of what you want, need and may like to have by way of a proper business...

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  6. Libel Slander Etc: Can it be considered a crime not just civil and what exactly is it? I asked it to be removed from Google.

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. John Robert Bonin
    2. Christine C McCall
    3. Christian K. Lassen II
    4. Joseph Jonathan Brophy
    5. Sharon Hultner Green
    5 lawyer answers

    You do need to see an attorney with the article and the evidence that the information is false immediately. What your attorney helps you decide you need to show will be a matter between the two of you. While there is such a thing as libel/defamation per se, it is more probable that in this case, if everything you say is accurate, that you will have to prove damage. One of the options available to you is to demand a retraction, which are actually both more common and part of a newspaper's...

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  7. If a car has a clean title but was previously totaled, does a dealer have to disclose that?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. John Robert Bonin
    2. Jeffery Scott Whalley
    3. Samuel Michael Meyler
    3 lawyer answers

    I agree with the attorney informing you about the Consumer Protection Act, but I suggest that you also consider a complaint to the Washington Department of Licensing Dealer Services Division as against this car dealer. I have had good luck addressing similar types of issues for clients utilizing this complaint process.

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  8. Do I need an Employment Attorney?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. John Robert Bonin
    2. Beverly G Johnson Grant
    3. Adam Kielich
    3 lawyer answers

    Both prior answers are correct. GET THEE TO AN ATTORNEY!!! This type of situation is typically either a free initial consult or a flat (low) fee for initial consult situation with a presentment of quotes and options for you depending upon what you want to have happen. Time is important here. If you want to learn more about this while waiting to see an attorney do basic internet searches on "Age Discrimination" and, since this is within the state of Washington - try adding "RCW 49.60" to...

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  9. I know that Blacklisting is illegal in WA. How can I find out if an employer has Blacklisted me and how do I get them to stop?

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. John Robert Bonin
    2. Saphronia R Young
    3. Christine C McCall
    3 lawyer answers

    Proof is always a problem in "negative reference" situations. A prior writer has suggested using a "reference check" company which is actually a very common suggestion I make when faced with these types of issues. Might I suggest that you not limit your inquiry to just that one issue but that if you do hire a reference check company that you invest in one that has you execute authorizations for release of information just as many employers require of candidates so you can learn a little more...

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  10. How is the value of adversely possessed land generally determined?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. John Robert Bonin
    2. Michael Duane Daudt
    2 lawyer answers

    Please go to an attorney to discuss this face to face. There is a great deal more to think about than can possibly be discussed here. You need to spot all issues before you engage in any transactions that may be done improperly and/or may result in being a source of sincere regret for either one or both of you. An attorney can really help you with a proper settlement.

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