I purchased Gorilla Glue from Home Depot. The boxed product came void of any enclosed paper instructions. The only contraindication on the box reads "Not recommended for use on polyethylene or polypropylene plastics." "Note: DO NOT OVER APPLY GLU...
You should probably save your time and forget about suing. If it is a small claims case you may have a problem obtaining personal jurisdiction. If it is a case involving damages over small claims jurisdictional limits then it may possibly be worthwhile. However, proving liability on these facts sounds like it would be very difficult.See question
R is a holistic healer. R was beneficiary on deceased client's insurance form. R acted as agent to send change forms to Insurance company. R did not send change page significantly reducing gift. Insurance company unaware, paid out on original f...
If the proceeds of the insurance are significant you need an attorney. The facts of the case sound complicated, and you will be at a terrible disadvantage trying to defend this case. There are a number of substantive and procedural issues in a case like this.See question
I am participating in a class action against a company, i did not submit my claim yet. I need the money, what repercussions like false claim, defaming, will be brought against me. Am i subject to recourse or will the case just be dropped if i lose?
Are you even serious? You are asking attorneys if you should file a false claim? Get a second job, it beats jail.See question
During a post- repair test drive, my mechanic crashed my car. While on the highway, he claims an older woman jumped her car from the 3rd lane to the exit lane, causing him to engage in some sort of anti-crash maneuver. He says the brakes failed ...
First, notify your insurance co ASAP. Second, both you, as the titled owner, and the driver/mechanic are potentially liable for any damages arising from this accident. Third, I find it hard to believe the police have no report - unless this was a very minor accident. Have you personally confirmed that? Fourth, CALL YOUR INSURANCE CO! If you wait too long they may refuse coverage.See question
I received falsified information and definitely falsified documents (etc. fake creditor letter) from a prospective tenant which is quite material I'd say. Can I bring charges?
Why bother with the aggravation of filing charges. Why not just tell the person the documents look bogus and you have denied their application. You may want to alert the party that allegedly issued the letter of credit that this is going on in their name.See question
My bank account was closed around February of 2016. They said a check (I supposedly wrote) was deposit and money was withdrawn. Plus purchases was made at stores I never been in. They will not listen me when I tell them (it was not authorized). T...
If this is a case of identity theft and you have homeowners insurance or even renters insurance call your insurance company immediately. Many standard form homeowners policies cover identity theft up to applicable policy limits.See question
Need legal complaint filed
I agree that there is no "form" you just file. The issues of concern here are: 1) were criminal charges filed 2) how serious is your injury 3) the statute of limitations. Check the NYS CPLR for statute of limitations.See question
In March 2013, I joined the Board of a profitable social services firm in NYC. This position had a 2-year term limit that expired in February 2015. Within one year, I rose to the position of Board Treasurer (CFO). In addition, my IT Firm, which is...
Call your local bar association and ask if there are legal services for the indigent or vets in your community. Also, you can contact law schools that may be in your area to see if the have "legal clinic/s" that could help. This is where students work on real legal matters under the supervision of an attorney who is counsel of record. Good luck.See question
I am suing my previous lawyer because he never filed paperwork in court (legal malpractice). Do I have to sue him in the court of his office location (long island) or where I am in (Manhattan)? Also, can I sue for the work he completed? Thank you
You would sue in the county where his place of business is located. Without more information I cant say what damages you can or should seek.See question
I recently had a connecting flight through Abu Dhabi. I proceeded to the gate 50 minutes before departure when the boards read "boarding soon", and was told that security had already closed and I would be unable to board. I had to pay $950 to g...
Its probably a waste of time, but you can sue them in small claims, if they have an office for the transaction of business in the jurisdiction where you commence the action. You will need to check the statute to see the jurisdiction of the court.See question