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John J. Ratkowitz, Esq.
No attorney can tell you whether your problems are related to a medical mistake or a defect in the screws without looking at the medical records and/or consulting an expert. Also, screws do protrude over time in the absence of negligence, so that fact alone does not mean that you have a viable... Read More
No attorney can tell you whether your problems are related to a medical mistake or a defect in the screws without looking at the medical records... Read More

Can I sue?

Answered a hour ago by attorney John J. Ratkowitz, Esq. | 1 Answer

Legal Topics: Medical Malpractice

John J. Ratkowitz, Esq.
The treatment you describe is certainly below accepted standards of care but if neither you nor your child suffered permanent harm a medical malpractice case is probably not financially viable. You should consider filing a complaint against the hospital. Click here for a website that will tell you... Read More
The treatment you describe is certainly below accepted standards of care but if neither you nor your child suffered permanent harm a medical... Read More
John J. Ratkowitz, Esq.
You do not have to be present in Texas to file a lawsuit. Contact a local personal injury lawyer to investigate a case. So long as the medical records and your injuries are legitimate, it doesn't really matter that they were generated in a foreign country. Ultimately, your lawyer can hire an expert... Read More
You do not have to be present in Texas to file a lawsuit. Contact a local personal injury lawyer to investigate a case. So long as the medical... Read More
John J. Ratkowitz, Esq.
It sounds like you have reason to suspect that your problems are related to negligence, but the big question is whether the statute of limitations expired. If you want to investigate a case, you should contact a local medical malpractice attorney (one in your state).  They take these cases on... Read More
It sounds like you have reason to suspect that your problems are related to negligence, but the big question is whether the statute of limitations... Read More
John J. Ratkowitz, Esq.
You may have a viable case. Look for an attorney who specializes in nursing home negligence cases. These are decidedly different causes of action than medical malpractice cases because they are grounded in regulatory law. If you want to investigate a case, you should contact a local medical... Read More
You may have a viable case. Look for an attorney who specializes in nursing home negligence cases. These are decidedly different causes of action... Read More

What legal action can i take

Answered a hour ago by attorney Edward J. Dimon | 1 Answer

Legal Topics: Consumer Law

Edward J. Dimon
You can register car and get tags if you have the title. Who has the title ? Go to NJ DMV with title and they will help you. 
You can register car and get tags if you have the title. Who has the title ? Go to NJ DMV with title and they will help you. 

Help with a Writ of Habeas Corpus

Answered a hour ago by attorney Edward J. Dimon | 1 Answer

Legal Topics: Criminal Law

Edward J. Dimon
We are in NJ. You need a local attorney. You also need cooperation from both the Public Defrnder and the victim. The proof needs to be rock solid. Ed Dimon
We are in NJ. You need a local attorney. You also need cooperation from both the Public Defrnder and the victim. The proof needs to be rock solid. Ed... Read More

Do I have a case?

Answered a hour ago by attorney John J. Ratkowitz, Esq. | 1 Answer

Legal Topics: Medical Malpractice

John J. Ratkowitz, Esq.
I do not think it is a foregone conclusion that a cyst in the scaphoid bone was a non-operative condition. The literature on the subject suggests otherwise. Screw protrusion can happen in the absence of negligence. Finally, if the second surgery fixes all of these problems, there will be a question... Read More
I do not think it is a foregone conclusion that a cyst in the scaphoid bone was a non-operative condition. The literature on the subject suggests... Read More
John J. Ratkowitz, Esq.
I am usually pretty skeptical about psychiatric malpractice cases alleging negligent medication monitoring in a patient who commits suicide, but given the recent arrest of the prescribing defendant, you certainly have reason to be suspicious.  If you want to investigate a case, you should... Read More
I am usually pretty skeptical about psychiatric malpractice cases alleging negligent medication monitoring in a patient who commits suicide, but... Read More
Marshal S. Willick, Esq.
Your question may not be understood precisely -- normally, one country will respect the marriages AND divorces validly entered into in other countries, so presuming your Brazilian divorce is conducted "in accordance with the norms of procedural due process" (i.e., both parties are informed of and... Read More
Your question may not be understood precisely -- normally, one country will respect the marriages AND divorces validly entered into in other... Read More
Richard M. Helzberg
The inheritance is yours.  Any income attributable to that sum is income available for child support.  So, if you put it all in the bank and the bank paid you $1,000 a year in interest, then you would have $1,000 additional income and child support in California is based on your and... Read More
The inheritance is yours.  Any income attributable to that sum is income available for child support.  So, if you put it all in the... Read More
Richard M. Helzberg
If a spouse dies during a divorce, the divorce becomes a nullity, didn't happen.  You need to consult with your attorney to answer the questions you posed; they are good questions, deserve an answer.
If a spouse dies during a divorce, the divorce becomes a nullity, didn't happen.  You need to consult with your attorney to answer the... Read More
Richard M. Helzberg
DNA evidence trumps whether his name is on the birth certificate or he signed a POPS form; if the DNA matches, he pays child support.
DNA evidence trumps whether his name is on the birth certificate or he signed a POPS form; if the DNA matches, he pays child support.
Richard M. Helzberg
That's not an unusual order under those circumstances.  It is a temporary order, so what really is going to control the future is what happens in her treatment.  I'd move on if I were you until the residential treatment program is completed.
That's not an unusual order under those circumstances.  It is a temporary order, so what really is going to control the future is what... Read More

Can i get legal status?

Answered 3 hours ago by attorney Alexander Joseph Segal, Esq. | 1 Answer

Legal Topics: Immigration

Alexander Joseph Segal, Esq.
The inquiry would have to start wih the manner in which you last arrived in the USA  Adjusting Status To the of the LPR
The inquiry would have to start wih the manner in which you last arrived in the USA  Adjusting Status To the of the LPR
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