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  1. Evidence: Making Internet Report Admissible Evidence

    My question involves court procedures for the state of: New York
    Without going into much detail, I need to present evidence in affidavit format to convince the court to have a hearing on whether an...
  2. Traffic Accidents: Re: Settlement Hold Harmless Agreement vs. Trial

    Medicare sent me a letter stating that the "insurance" must pay for medical items and services before Medicare pays per U.S.C Section 1395y(b)(A) and (B), and that Medicare makes the payments while...
  3. Traffic Accidents: Settlement Hold Harmless Agreement vs. Trial

    My question involves an injury that occurred in the state of: New York

    The injury stems from being hit by a car before retirement and before going on Medicare.

    A settlement is being offered...
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    Pleadings: Re: Pleadings vs. Motion

    This takes me back to my initial dilemma: I wanted to amend the motion to include a request that all legal fees be charged against the Administrator's share. The clerk said it must done in a...
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    Pleadings: Re: Pleadings vs. Motion

    Four heirs are sharing the estate of a person who died as a result of gross negligence by a business entity. One of these heirs was appointed by the court as Administrator of the estate. I am an...
  6. Subpoena U.S. Citizen Living Abroad Possible

    My question involves court procedures for the state of: New York
    Can a U.S. Citizen living abroad by subpoenaed to appear as a witness here. I understand the issue with the costs, but is it doable?
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    Pleadings: Pleadings vs. Motion

    My question involves court procedures for the state of: New York
    I tried to file a motion for an order to have all legal fees chargeable to one party's share in an estate in a surrogate proceeding. ...
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    Other Injuries: Re: Insurance vs Defendant Liability

    The info you provided in post #3 was very valuable -- it was enough for me. Your post #9 did come while I was typing my post #10. I had to get up early to fetch answers for some of the info you...
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    Other Injuries: Re: Insurance vs Defendant Liability

    I do not understand your question re relevance, but when I was told that if I do not settle now, the insurance company may go under due to the pandemic, and I would wind up holding the bag, I...
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    Other Injuries: Re: Insurance vs Defendant Liability

    I really appreciate your honest assessment Taxing Matters... I was really concerned with a possibility that I night wind up with zero or sub zero by owing legal fees as they put it to me... the...
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    Other Injuries: Re: Insurance vs Defendant Liability

    I get the gist from the answers collectively.. to clarify some facts: the claim arises from a death caused by an employee of a publicly traded company with assets over 25b; gross negligence was...
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    Other Injuries: Insurance vs Defendant Liability

    My question involves an injury that occurred in the state of: New York
    The correct forum may be bankruptcy, not personal injury, but here is the question. Who is liable when defendant's insurance...
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    Motions: Re: Corona Virus Order

    I wish I could give more details but I really prefer not to give away hints to identity -- please forgive me. Both motions had been filed before any settlement negotiations were entertained, thus...
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    Motions: Re: Corona Virus Order

    Thanks... it just baffles me that the court would deem one motion as an essential matter and another not as essential while the administrative order spells out that civil matters are not essential......
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    Motions: Corona Virus Order

    My question involves court procedures for the state of: New York

    Before the State Administrative Order restricting court filings to essential matters only -- (Civil matters = non-essentials), two...
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