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I own 10% of a company that provides computer software support and had a contract with a company to provide services for their customers. There were many issues, we gave notice to leave. The guy that qe had our contract with met with me and anothe...
It is hard to give you a full answer based on the facts presented. I can say it is not always easy to get dismissed from a case without responding to a summons or filing motions with the court. Do you have an operating agreement with your company that allows for the hiring of a lawyer at the company expense? Does the company have a lawyer dealing with this issue on behalf of the other owners? Have the other co-owners hired lawyers? If your company has a lawyer attempting to prosecute your claim for unpaid services I would touch base with that lawyer first and go from there.See question
The non compete reads as follows: to preserve the integrity and profitability of the company, employees are prohibited from engaging in activities that compete or conflict with those of the company. As a general rule, employees are prohibited from...
If you are seriously looking to work locally in the same field, you need to sit down and go over the matter factually with another lawyer familiar with these issues. That is the best way to be safe about it. Good luck.See question
I got rear ended on the freeway and filed a claim with the insurance company that insures the person that hit me. There was minor damage to my car and I took my daughter and I to the doctor to make sure there were no injuries to either of us. I ha...
I hope all are well with your accident. The insurer doesn't need the SSN until it agrees to pay you or your daughter. There is a federal law requiring mandatory reporting for the purposes of Medicare but letting it get it in their file at this point is for their investigative use, presumably. It doesn't need the SSN until the company is cutting the check. Feel free to tell them no, or contact a lawyer to assist you negotiations with them.See question
I fell walking up a cement riser/curb that you use to enter restaurant. I broke my arm. Tried to give my personal info to manager. She said not necessary because not their fault. At that time, didn't know I broke my arm. Contacted owners and ...
Does the insurance company "have to" pay for pain and suffering? No. They can dispute liability, dispute pain and suffering, etc. If you are looking to be compensated for your pain and suffering, the smart thing to do would be to contact a lawyer to discuss your situation. Trying to "prove" it or negotiate it yourself with the insurance company is likely going to lead to it delaying, denying and defending the claim. I would recommend you contact a lawyer.
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Because they had construction done on there property by an out side construction company and I was injured because of the construction company's neglect.
Probably can't sue your employer. You could file a work comp claim if you were on duty most likely. The construction company is probably who you need to look at for recovery with a lawsuit. Consult with a lawyer. Good luck.See question
I tripped near a construction site that was not properly finished and injured my right arm
Perhaps. You need to document the injury site or have someone do it for you. Take pictures, video, etc., if it's still in the same condition. Your best bet is to contact a local lawyer to discuss your case. Good luck.See question
I was hit by someone and I wasn't actual wrong. The other person was the wrong part. My car was wrecked and I am not satisfied about the adjustment fixing report. Is it better to hire a lawyer and why? Will the lawyer talk to the adjuster as well?...
You should definitely consult with a lawyer at least to discuss your options. If you do hire a lawyer, you will pay him or her out of the funds from the resolution of your personal injury claim. Many firms who do personal injury work deal with property damage adjustments as well but you will have to discuss that with your potential lawyer.
I would suggest its worth your time to contact a lawyer to go over your options before you make any final decisions. Plenty of good lawyers out there to talk to.
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What do I do when the FBI comes to my home address saying that they got a call from someone saying I was saying things about the U.S. government without saying what I said
Get a lawyer. Period don't try to "tell your side of the story." It's never good when the FBI makes a house call.See question
A roofer I hired was negligent and didn't place a tarp, causing it to rain inside my home. He left my roof unfinished, and didn't finish a drywall job in my rental unit he was halfway paid for. The damage caused harmful things such as mold, fungus...
It may depend. You may have a claim against the contractor but his/her liability insurance may not cover all of the damages he seeks. Your best bet is to contact a local Milwaukee attorney handling these types of claims to discuss your case.
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