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Michael Justin Rosenberg

Michael Rosenberg’s Answers

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  • Is there a statue of limitation on a wrongful death case that was won 33 years ago in the state of Alabama?

    My husband, a 31 year old man was diagnosed with cardiomyopathy, died with symptoms of kidney failure. He was treated for heart disease problems, because he was born with an enlarged heart. This case was categorized as Medical Malpractice, Wrongfu...

    Michael’s Answer

    Not sure what the issue is here. If the case involves 33 year-old conduct, the statute of limitations will likely pose a problem in any wrongful death case.

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  • Can a single bad act give rise to multiple counts inside a personal injury lawsuit?

    The lawsuit which I plan to file is actually a federal Section 1983. In my criminal case the affidavit by which the authorities arrested me was fraudulent. A lawyer told me that in such instance I could file a lawsuit for "malicious prosecution", ...

    Michael’s Answer

    Without a doubt. These things can be complicated, frequently requiring the services of a skilled personal injury attorney.

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