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S Edmond ElDabe

Wrongful Death Attorney.

Contributor Level 13
  1. Oral deposition what exactly that is?

    Answered almost 5 years ago.

    1. S Edmond ElDabe
    2. Kenneth Evan Chyten
    3. Pamela Koslyn
    4. Brett A. Borah
    4 lawyer answers

    **** What is the purpose of the deposition? A deposition allows an attorney to explore your knowledge about the events and issues in your case, and to preserve your knowledge in the transcript. If you are unavailable for trial, or if you cannot remember what happened, the attorney can read the transcript in Court. If your testimony changes, the attorney can impeach you by reading your deposition testimony. **** Who will be at the deposition? There will be a stenographer to record your...

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  2. Push someone away when the latter came too close to you, victim did not fall on to the ground. Is this considered as assault?

    Answered over 4 years ago.

    1. Jason Austin Joseph Lundberg
    2. S Edmond ElDabe
    3. Adam David Sorrells
    3 lawyer answers

    Jason is correct. Also, if your son felt threatened, he is the one that was assaulted.

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  3. Am I liable personally for costs accrued from an ambulance ride and medical care that shouldve been covered by workers comp?

    Answered over 5 years ago.

    1. S Edmond ElDabe
    2. Kenneth Lewis Swenson
    3. Victoria Lindenauer
    3 lawyer answers

    The short answer is you should pay for the bills now, and try to repair your credit, and pursue your old employer later. If you don't care about your credit, then try to pursue Circuit City now. You will have to file a claim in bankruptcy court. Go to this site for more info on the Circuit City Bankruptcy. http://www.kccllc.net/circuitcity Realistically, your chances of getting money from Circuit City are close to zero.

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  4. Do attorneys' take slander/libel cases on contingency basis against a business such as a Bingo Hall. I have documented proof of

    Answered over 5 years ago.

    1. S Edmond ElDabe
    2. Kenneth Lewis Swenson
    3. Angelo Felice Campano
    3 lawyer answers

    Some attorneys may take this case on contingency, depending on the size of the damages and the strength of the case. Contingency fees mean that an attorney does not charge clients anything unless and until there is a recovery for the client. In this way, attorneys share the risk with the client that there may be no recovery on the case. Also, the way a contingency fee contract is set up puts the incentive on the lawyer to get as much as possible for the client.

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  5. Can my landlord evict me if I place a small security camera inside my apartment window?

    Answered almost 5 years ago.

    1. S Edmond ElDabe
    2. Azuka Louis Uzoh
    2 lawyer answers

    No, if it is not prohibited in your lease, and it is not a nuisance or dangerous, you may install a security camera in your window.

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  6. What is the conquence of this battery case in California?

    Answered almost 5 years ago.

    1. Joseph Briscoe Dane
    2. Adam David Sorrells
    3. S Edmond ElDabe
    4. Steven Ronald Kuhn
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    In legal terms, a battery is defined as the “the actual intentional striking of someone, with intent to harm.” There is no doubt he committed a battery and your witnesses will help you prove it. The DA's office has probably not even received the police report yet. Once they do, they will review it and make a decision whether to file criminal charges. You must call them and let them know what you want; it will make an impact on their decision. You only need to hire an attorney if you...

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  7. Should I send the bug I found in my cereal back to Kellog's? They want me to, but it's my evidence.

    Answered over 5 years ago.

    1. S Edmond ElDabe
    2. Carl G. Archer
    3. Dennis Michael Phillips
    4. Theodore W. Robinson
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    Don't send them the bug. I can tell you about an experience that one of my clients recently had. A long time client of mine bought some raisins from a supermarket. After eating them, she looked at them more closely and they were filled with maggots. She vomited, and left work early feeling sick. She asked me if I would take the case. I told her I could not take the case because it was too small, but suggested she write a letter to the raisin company and if that went no where, she should...

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  8. My pregnant friend had an accident in the foodcourt mall. Can she still get some claims even without an injury

    Answered over 5 years ago.

    1. Kenneth Lewis Swenson
    2. S Edmond ElDabe
    3. Lars A. Lundeen
    3 lawyer answers

    I am a California lawyer with offices in Los Angeles and Orange County. Your friend may have a valid claim against the mall if the mall is legally responsible for her fall. Why did she fall? How did she fall? If you were on a jury, and a person like your friend was asking for money from the mall, would you award money? The law states that the mall owners are negligent if they fail to use reasonable care to keep the property in a reasonably safe condition. In deciding what is...

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  9. My husband was T-boned at an intersection.

    Answered over 4 years ago.

    1. Robert Lee Marshall
    2. Steven Ronald Kuhn
    3. S Edmond ElDabe
    4. Norman Gregory Fernandez
    4 lawyer answers

    Yes it is worth going after the other party. you have a good case. If the other driver was a cop though, I would wonder what the police report says. Police officers tend to protect their own.

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  10. What is the average cost for a speeding ticket in Downey, CA?

    Answered over 4 years ago.

    1. S Edmond ElDabe
    2. Lewis Robert Rosenblum
    3. Robert Lee Marshall
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    200 to $350 dollars is the average fine.

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