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I slipped and fell on a property and I am currently suing the property owner for personal injuries. Subsequently as a result of the injury I needed a major weight bearing joint replacement. After my surgery it was discovered that the devic...
You can do both. The landlord is responsible for the doctor's malpractice. Your lawyer should know this.See question
For example, suppose there is no real physical evidence and its just one person accusing someone of a crme that that person says he never did. What is this situation called? Also does it make a diffrence wether its a minors word vs an adults word?...
The DA has to prove the case beyond a reasonable doubt. If the case goes to trial the jury (of Judge if a jury is waived) will hear and see the witnesses and make credibility determinations.See question
I'm on 5 years felony probation. So far I've completed 4 years. I went to court today. The judge said I'm terminating your probation, no jail time, it is your decision to continue treatment. That was it. My public defender said good luck and stay...
Be sure that you heard correctly - call your lawyer - but if the Judge said "it is your decision to continue treatment" then you are no longer mandated and can decide whether or not to treat.See question
Last week I fell down the stairs to my apartment and severely injured my ankle, had surgery and am now unable to work for at least 3 months (I'm a waitress) would my landlord be liable for personal injury or payment from homeowners insurance
Why did you fall?See question
I had 3 DWI's in 5yrs. The last conviction date was 9/25/2012. The new DMV revocation policy went into place just 3 days later, 9/28/2012. I am on parole until 11/2017. I received a letter from the DMV that my license was revoked for life. I heard...
There is a lookback period that may take into account every ticket you have received in addition to the DWIs. I just went through this with a client in a DWI case. I suggest that you hire a lawyer who does lots of DMV work.See question
I was accused of doing 52 in a 25 .
You have a right to a trial. There is no plea bargaining in NYC Traffic Court so I suggest you hire a Traffic Court lawyer if you plan to go to trial.See question
I have been paying my boyfriends rent (as he has been unemployed) with my personal checking account. The landlord has cashed 5 checks from me, however, they mailed this past check back to me. Is this legal in the state of new York? Also, when...
I see no reason why it would not be legal. It is no different than paying by a money order. Is there something in the lease? Maybe they are going to try to evict him.See question
Hi i was not home and my younger brother who is 19 doesnot have a driving licence and took my car for a party...is it an issue..i m nervous...what if accident happens?
Under NY law, the owner of a car is liable for the negligence of anyone driving the car with the owner's permission. Permission is not a simple issue as there is a presumption of permission and implied permission. In the absence of you reporting the car stolen at the time you might be found liable.See question
A coworker reported that I abused a kids, but I just stoped the kid from poking the table with a fork by holding his wrist. I did not hurt him. And the school asked me to stay at home while they were investigating it. One month later, today,8/11/2...
Generally, unless you had a contract, or union protection, you were an at-will employee and therefore could be fired for any reason or no reason so long as it was not an unconstitutional reason such as based on race, gender, religion, etc.See question
I woukd like to sue for illegal sentencing. I would also like to be compensated for legal fees I paid for.
Judges have absolute immunity.See question