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civil Case

A:  There are many steps for filing a civil lawsuit in San Diego. The San Diego County Superior Court Website has an information packet to explain the process. (www.sdcourt.ca.gov) Depending upon the value of the case and where the parties live will effect the filing process. I highly recommend consulting with an attorney to ensure you file the proper paperwork in the correct court and pay the appropriate fees. Depending on the case a PrePaid Legal attorney would be happy to help!!!! For more details: 630-362-6286 You have no legal rights if you dont know what they are!...

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FLA: live in girlfriend ran off with car, can it be recovered?

A:  file an insurance claim. The company may think that there must be a police report, and they may be right, but that doesn''t stop you from filing the claim. The claim, whether they like it or not, sets up the possibility of collection. Might not happen, but it''s possible, and it won''t happen for sure if you don''t file the claim. Try to get a police report. Tell them you know they won''t look for the car, but you need the police report for insurance purposes. Sue in small claims court. You might win. You might never collect any money, but you will have the judgment as evidence, if you ever need it, that you didn''t have possession at the time the car was illegally parked, or when it ran over the dog, or whatever. Not yet, but later, when...

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Is this legal?

A:  No, this is not a wrongful termination.  A wrongful termination under which the worker would have recourse would mean that he was terminated because of a Title VII-protected characteristic, such as race, gender, religion, national origion, etc.  Supervisors can have "teacher's pets" and treat them more favorably as long as it is not for a reason listed above. Has he received the initial decision from the state regarding UI?  If so, what exactly did the letter say regarding why he was denied?  Has he notified the state he wishes to appeal? Guess what, MILLIONS of people with a mortgage and kids have lost their jobs over the last couple of years. Have you contacted the county public assistance agency to see if you can get any help through them? "My...

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Non payment of royalties

A:  "This company has not paid me my royalties since a month" Are you sure there have been sales on which royalties should be paid? "They are in NY, I am in CA - so can I file a civil lawsuit against them?" Of course. "If I hire an attorney, what are the fees I can expect?" Depending on what part of NY the company is located in, you could spend anywhere from $150+ per hour for a litigation attorney. "If I hire an attorney, what are the fees I can expect? If there are contingency fees - what proportion is reasonable?" That's a big "if." Contingency fees typically range from 25-40%, so you're going to have to have at least several thousand dollars owed to make this...

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northern Leasing Inc

A:  "I noticed that there is a Class Action lawsuit against the named company, and wondered what I would have to do to be part of it." I have no idea. You're going to have to track down the lawyer for the plaintiffs. "I am considering filing a civil lawsuit against them because it seems that they target hispanic business owners." Unless you have proof that they target you vs. all business people (and I'm not sure how you could know that and not mention it here), "Please let me know if it is possible to to join this class action suit." We can't know the answer from here. "I would have never signed a 48 month lease for $48 a month." Yes, but you did. Whether you run a...

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filing a lawsuit

A:  Dear scott, Before I respond further to your question, I must make clear that I do not represent you, and cannot give you individual particularized legal advice. No attorney client relationship is created by this email. For legal advice, you should hire your own attorney, and follow their advice. My role with AllExperts is limited to providing general information and suggestions for educational or general knowledge purposes. Before you take any action, consult with your own attorney. I certainly cannot tell you specifically the ?names I will have to produce to be named on this lawsuit?.  Nobody knows the facts of your case better than you, and I certainly do not.  You should consult with your attorney about all potentially liable defendants, and...

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Can the attorney get court ordered depositions prior to filing a lawsuit?

A:  In a lawsuit, the term “discovery” refers to methods that the plaintiff and defendant use to get information from each other and other people in order to prepare for trial. The primary methods used are requests for production of documents, requests for admission, and depositions. Typically, the right of a third party to conduct a deposition falls under the rules of discovery when a lawsut is filed. While it is possible to request the court to order a pre-litigation deposition when information is at risk of becoming unavailable, the party seeking to take the pre-litigation deposition must set forth in some detail the substance of the testimony it needs to preserve....

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chapter 13 and a lawsuit

A:  Unfortunately you cannot get those debts into the chapter 13. You do have options though.  You can bring a motion to modify your plan to lower payments and perhaps stretch the case longer if your #s line up correctly.  You can use the fact that you have additional medical bills to take care of as a reason.  Your second option is to explore a conversion to Chapter7 whereby you can add on new debts incurred after the original filing.   Obviously, you need to make sure that the reason you needed chapter 13 in the first place has been resolved...ie: caught up on mortgage, income has changed etc. Speak to your lawyer to review your options....

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Where should I have my attorney file my Employment Discrimination complaint in State or Federal Court?

A:  If you are filing on a violation of the ADA then Federal court would be the place to file, if the judge is not to your liking you can file a petition to have the judge recuse himself.~...

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How can I find out if I have a legitimate lawsuit?

A:  It greatly depends who owes the money, what it is owed for, and if there was a promissory note. Can she prove that it was a loan and not a gift? If this is an ex, she will have a hard time doing this. If the amount of money is small, her best bet would be small claims court. She can also sue for attorney''s fees, but she has to have proof that this was a loan. You can always talk to a lawyer, most often a one time interview is free. see a lawyer. they wont want anything to do with it if they think they cant make money. Talk to a lawyer. That''s what they are there for!...