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    Social Security Issues: Re: Being Denied 100% Benefits

    It is not the Social Security Administration (SSA) that is to blame for your problem. The amount of benefits you get and the COLA adjustments are all set by Congress. SSA has to apply the law as...
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    Medical Malpractice: Re: Too Old to Be Profitable

    Oh yes, his age does have something to do with it. It has a very real impact on the amount of damages that might be won in the lawsuit. The lawyers look at everything that would affect the amount of...
  3. Business Insurance: Re: Fire Takes Out Tenants Building, Can I Sue Their Innsurance Company Directly

    Their insurance company didn't cause your loss. In addition that, their insurance company has no obligation to you. Its contract is with its insured — the tenants. So absent something unusual that...
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    Re: Double Jeopardy

    That is the test often stated. The same test is usually used for lesser included offenses. But in the case of double jeopardy, that test may not be adequate. Let's suppose that the facts needed for...
  5. Foreclosure: Re: Do We Havwe Any Option After Foreclosure if We Can Prove Fraud

    You might have at least an action for legal malpractice. But if you want to sue for that, you probably need a lawyer. If you look for lawyers that do legal malpractice cases you should find that they...
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    Re: Double Jeopardy

    Part of what the majority likely wanted to avoid is the messy problems that come up in trying to sort out which prosecutions would violate double jeopardy if you tossed the dual sovereignty issue....
  7. Police Conduct: Re: Knowingly Filing of a False Report by a Police Officer

    What forensic evidence? The cop apparently said he took statements from various witnesses. I don't see anything that indicates he did any kind of accident investigation or anything that suggests he...
  8. Disability Benefits: Re: Disability and Income from Renting a House Out

    OP refers to the "original poster", which in this case would be you since you started the thread.
  9. Re: Can a Basement Apt. (Condo) Be Charged the Same Assoc. Fees As Other Units

    Of course her hurt and anger are things that shouldn't just be brushed off; she'll need to work through those emotions to reach a place where she can get past that and decide on how to move forward,...
  10. Re: Can a Basement Apt. (Condo) Be Charged the Same Assoc. Fees As Other Units

    She needs to have a lawyer look over the condo documents. She was given a different status while she was employed as the building super, which relieved her of paying condo fees apparently for...
  11. Criminal Records: Re: Challenge for Petition of Actual Innocent Within Statute of Limitation

    Well, you already addressed that earlier when you called him egotistical. I didn't take his statement to suggest you are ignorant, but only that he may know more of the subject because of his...
  12. Criminal Records: Re: Challenge for Petition of Actual Innocent Within Statute of Limitation

    Disagree on the substance if you like, but do you have also include personal attacks? This kind of snarky statement really does nothing to advance your argument, jk.
  13. Purchase Contracts: Re: What is the Best Way to Approach This Short Sale Property

    This is a forum about the law rather than a forum in how to invest in real estate. Your post raises no legal issues but rather is simply a question about timing your offer for the best deal on the...
  14. Student Discipline: Re: Filing a Grievance or Lawsuit Against a School District

    Based simply one what you've said here I see no basis for a successful lawsuit. You mentioned only two incidents, one in which you complained about the amount of playing time your kid was getting and...
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    Eviction Process: Re: Legal Venue

    Under the Washington state statutes on unlawful detainer, jurisdiction is given to the superior court in the county where the property (or some part of it) is located. See RCW 59.12.050. The more...
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    Medical Malpractice: Re: Starting Civil Action (Newbie)

    In a civil case you sue for money damages, you don't "charge" the medical professional with any crimes. If you think a crime was committed, report that to the police. For medical malpractice you have...
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    Federal Taxes: Re: How to File Back Taxes Online

    It just varies by the services provided by the particular firm/company. The IRS does have the capability to do 2 years of prior year returns through its Modernized e-File (MeF) system. Of course,...
  18. Police Conduct: Re: Knowingly Filing of a False Report by a Police Officer

    Let's get back to the central issue rather than trading barbs, which does no one any good. The basic problem here is that the insurance companies are denying the claims, and using the police report...
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    Federal Taxes: Re: How to File Back Taxes Online

    You can get software to help you prepare those returns. A number of companies offer that. You'll need to check with each one as to what years they will electronically file for you. The IRS currently...
  20. Class Actions: Re: What Penalty for Defending Not Serving by Rule of 5 and 25

    The defendant needs to serve the plaintiff with a copy of the motion the defendant filed. If the defendant fails to do that, the court has several options for remedies depending on the motion that...
  21. Re: What Happens if a Defandant Knowing He's About to Lose Speaks Directly to Jury an

    Your hypotheticals are very far fetched.

    First, the prosecutor is obligated to turn over to the defense all exculpatory evidence the prosecutor has. Failure to do that can result in overturning a...
  22. Class Actions: Re: What Penalty for Defending Not Serving by Rule of 5 and 25

    And the court is likely allow the defendant to answer and defend the lawsuit. Federal courts (and most state courts too) prefer to render judgments on the merits, not by default. If the defendant was...
  23. Expungement and Sealing: Re: Will Sealing a Criminal Record Remove It from an FBI Background Check

    The statute requires the prosecuting attorney to agree with the decision of the law enforcement agency. If that does not happen then you have to petition the court for relief.
  24. Contract Law: Re: What Case Law Overrides Contractors' Contracts when Governing Agency Changes Rule

    Your question is too general to provide a helpful answer. I assume that by agency you mean a government agency, but not all government agency guideline or rule changes would have any impact on a...
  25. Co-Ownership: Re: Can You Sell a 1/3 Joint Interest in Real Estate

    I've not checked Michigan case law on this, but if what you say is true that would put Michigan very much in the minority of states on that. It may even be that Michigan is unique in that regard. But...
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