An employee was fired and will not stop posting negative things about me(never uses my name) and the store I own(the store name he does say)...can I get him for slander? Anyway to make him stop(legally) Thank u!
Sure, you can send letters or even sue them for slander.See question
My neighbor wanted to expand backyard and cut trees around storm water easement that is sharing with my yard. According to developer's provided association rule that I got 2 years ago when I purchased the home, it's not allowed to do so unless the...
You asked if you could keep your property the way it was supposed to be in the rules. The short answer is yes, in property disputes sometimes you can get a remedy of "specific performance" which will require the property to be put back to the way it was supposed to be. Most of the time, however, you will just get money damages. Either way, you probably need a lawyer to file the lawsuit and review the CC&R's.
I was in car accident while working in 02/05/2015 . For my bad luck the attorney I hired he is not experienced and I'm not happy from the way how he is dealing with my case . Any advices ? Thank you
Call a few other attorneys and interview them. Consult with the one that you want, then let him or her handle the transfer. Yes, your old attorney is entitled to some compensation (without knowing how the case is going, it is impossible to tell how much) but that will be worked out. You can always change lawyers.
So, I was hit by a man while running from the police. He ran from the scene, and was quickly arrested after hurting himself on foot. The police have told me he has no insurance and no job. My insurance company has told me my uninsured/underinsured...
You have options. You need to check with an attorney who handles personal injury and is also knowledgeable about insurance coverage issues. Get copy of your insurance policy and the one before the change (if possible) and any letters you had from the insurance company. Then, call an attorney. The call and consultation for this type of case is almost always at no cost to you.
The neighbor next door continues to spread lies about my husband raping a thirteen year old girl. He states a police came at his house and told him that at 3:00 am in the morning one day. This can damage our reputation and my family daycare busine...
Assuming that the allegations are false, then your husband would have a defamation case.See question
The adjoining property owner is developing an area of his land for use by a public utility's service fleet. There are a series of parking spaces and outdoor cement block storage bins for sand, gravel, and other materials. I am zoned residential an...
Ok, assuming it is all as you say, the one critical thing that is missing is timing. We do not know when these permits were issued, when they were heard, etc. There are time limits on appeals. As an abutter, you usually have the right to appeal decisions - if you do so within the right time frame. Talk to a lawyer right away so you do not lose your appeal rights (either to the ZBA or the courts, as the case may be).See question
I received severance pay after I signed the agreement. Later I complained to State Agency - EEOC. Now my former employer is suing me for severance pay and legal costs. The agreement does not prohibit from filing a timely EEOC charge. How come?
I would be surprised if your severance agreement did not say something about making claims. You would have to have someone look at the complaint and the agreement to be sure though.
I've found various paralegal services sites for pro se litigants that offer legal research and document preparation for individuals. If I am a pro se litigant and thereby acting as my own lawyer, am I allowed to use these services, since I will be...
Probably not a problem. And, most likely not a problem for you - only the paralegal would have to worry about it. You are entitle to represent yourself in court. But, I am wondering why you don't just call a lawyer? The paralegals are not able to give you legal advice and you may end up with a better result from an attorney. Anyhow, that is my $.02.
I am on the deed to our house, and not on the mortgage. I am in the process of filing for chapter 7 for my personal unsecured debts. There is no actual equity in the home. We owe more than the appraisal we just got on it. But the concern is the tr...
No - the trustee will almost certainly *not* sell the house under the circumstances you described. Filing BK individually when you are married has some hoops that may not be readily apparent. I would definitely talk to a BK attorney, and not go it alone.
Woodbury is a small town known for its antique trail (several dozen antique shops lined up and down Main Street). Recently, however, a chain dollar store has proposed moving into an empty lot on North Main, approximately 1 mile from the center of ...
Yes (but...) The zoning board or the Town's ZEO enforces the zoning regulations. The zoning regs dictate (more or less) what may be done in which area of town. That said, if the business is in compliance with the regs, it will likely be allowed. Nevertheless, citizens have the right to make their voice heard, and in some cases intervene in appeal processes.
I would check with a lawyer to get more into the particulars. Good luck with it.