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Jeffrey Bruce Gold

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  • I live in NYC. I just bought a house few months back. now i'm married and would like to add my wife in deed.

    I need to know how can I do it or do I need a lawyer to do it for me?

    Jeffrey’s Answer

    You can do it yourself, but I'd recommend hiring an attorney to do it.

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  • Can I sue for dental malpractice?

    Jan 13 the dentist examine/xrays me and says I need to have a cavity filled. One year later I come back to the same dental office, but the dentist I saw was not there so I saw another dentist on staff. This dentist was young and inexperienced. WI...

    Jeffrey’s Answer

    The loss of a single tooth, is not going to be a significant enough injury to warrant the bringing a malpractice action.

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  • Real estate agent commission still payable?

    Agreement for sale of land entered into in October 2012. The listing agreement expired just after the agreement entered into. The buyer has failed to close and the seller has canceled the contract because the buyer was not able to get variance app...

    Jeffrey’s Answer

    I think a strong argument can be made that you are entitled to a commission on the deal.

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  • Can I sue a sibling who was beneficiary of my fathers life insurance?

    My father passed away suddenly a year and a half ago, his estate turned out to be worthless due to debt (from what I'm told). He made my sister the beneficiary in 2009 after he had all 3 of us on it for well over a decade. My dad found out he had ...

    Jeffrey’s Answer

    Under New York law you are without a cause of action.

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  • My friend is ill with an illness that requires lung transplant. Can he get an insurance that would cover her?

    Her illness will cost over a million dollars. Can she get any type of insurance that would cover her? Will insurance companies avoid her or refuse to pay her after she asks money for the treatment?

    Jeffrey’s Answer

    I believe that under the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare), coverage is available for pre-existing conditions through the Marketplace. She should at least look into it.

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