im worried about that because I don't want to pay....
the plantiff said, that it caused her physical injury, mental and emotional distress. you think the judge would award her more 100,000?
good to know but how sure are you? does all cases are like this?
in criminal case, she got $14,000. that includes that medical bills
if I appear in the court. do I have to sit at the front and asked by the plaintiff lawyer?
I am sorry, I am asking stupid questions. im kinna nervous.
I should know what question should be asked
my lawyer will debrief me, right?
I got a letter from the plaintiff lawyer today. it says about "notice of continuance of order to show cause and cmc" what is this?
does this mean, I didn't show up the first time I was summoned?
i have not receive any. i moved to a new address after the civil case. my insurance agent said, the summon letter should be handed personally. then i got this letter with this order to show cause
maybe they did but lost on the mail?
ok. good to know. if ever they served me then i have a reason why i didn't show up.
then what is cmc (case management conference)?
what u mean, tough to be there?
what is motion and discovery dealines?
that's for now. i guess, i feel better after our conversation. but can i still contact u later if i need to?
thanks for ur explainations
i really appreciate it
bye for now
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