I own a nail salon, one of my tech removed acrylic on 2 big
I own a nail salon, one of my tech removed acrylic on 2 big toes nail. After the acrylic removal, the customer complained that my tech caused a split in her 1 of her toe, and damaged her nail because she filed too close to her nail bed. Due to my absented, I didn't come over to check to see what was going on. She called the next day and asked for refund, so I did. To make the story short, she now want to file a claim against my salon because I was negligence. I take full responsibility, I offered her treatment but she denied, she only wanted money back. One thing I know for sure is she might have some damage nail already, that was the reason why she had acrylic on at some other salon. We do removal of acrylic and gel day in day out without any issues, and I trust my tech that she has over 25 years of experiences. My question here is should I talk to an attorney or talk to my insurance? Where will this head to?
Educator Esq. I want to know if there is a complaint I can
For Law educator Esq. Good day,I want to know if there is a complaint I can file regarding the new full fabricated page and tampering with evidence that I found? The plaintiff fabricated and recreated the invoice, bringing in entries word for word from other pages of the old invoice and those entries still on those pages where he took them. He prepared a new page that was not in the invoice before and prepared a balance. Then he added it to the first page of the old invoice and made the two pages October invoice with about $2000 false entries still on other part of the invoice where he took them. The page 2,of the old invoice, still showing number 2 was made the first page of the invoice he now called December invoice. What made this a clear evidence is that the invoice he gave to me before as one invoice without this full new page that I discovered was filed in the Superior court during the prejudgment trial. This new judge ignored the evidence just like they refused to let me argue the counterclaim that I first put the fraud issue. The original invoice was fabricated with meetings I never had with him and work that was never done for me. He put the invoice together quickly after I terminated his services and the invoice did not add up. During pre-trial I argued that he never gave me invoice while I was with the firm that he just fabricated that invoice. I presented that invoice as one exhibit during the pre-trial. During the trial he brought different invoices that they were given to me monthly. I knew the invoice was separated but I did not know that a full fabricated page was added with fraudulent entries. During the other trial, they omitted the fraud issue completely from my case. First, fact finder said he wasn't sure if I filed the counterclaim properly that he will let my attorney that I later hired know it's validity, he never did. I took the issue to appellate court, they never mentioned the counterclaim with fraud issue in their decision but talked about the counterclaim my attorney tried to fill after I hired him which was stricken because it was too late. But the one I filed as pro se which the Appelate court was made to understand was the issue on appeal was completely omitted from their decision. They claimed that the counterclaim was stricken that it does not violate my right to due process if the fact finder does not notify my attorney of it's validity. There is a big discrimination going on here or favoritism because the attorney doing this fraudulent activities has been in the area for long. Everybody is covering up the fraud issue. The word fraud is not even used in their decision.This judge's decision in the new appeal is saying my argument was already heard and already decided on appeal. I did not even know of this new full page until I was preparing for Court for the motions argument. I know appellate Court is going to side with her. My question is, is there a complaint that I can file, at least I now have a physical evidence, not me just saying that I did not have meetings with him, that work was not done for me or the invoice wasn't given to me monthly. Is there a complaint I can file and have Jury listen to me on this new evidence because Connecticut law says that the discovering of Fraud can be attacked at any time. This is so unfair. (It is me again the regular with second appeal)
Greetings, I have 3 separate complaints that occurred on
Greetings,I have 3 separate complaints for fraud that occurred on different dates against a person (2013, 2014, 2016), the total amount for the complaints all together equal $32,000 roughly; Would I need a joinder for these complaints? Also, I live in Warner Robins Georgia, can anyone research my area specifically and tell me which court I would file in.
I had my wedding ceremony and reception at a local resort
I had my wedding ceremony and reception at a local resort last month. I received the alcohol bill 2 weeks after the wedding totaling $18,900 for 190 guests (~$99/person). Based on the contract pricing, this amounts to 16 drinks per person. Obviously this is outrageously high for the number of guests. The resort has not been able to provide me with a document to show how the liquor was inventoried. For what its worth, the contract that we signed stated no tip jars would be allowed on the bar and the bartenders did have tip jars throughout the night. We pre-paid our 22% gratuity. What are our legal rights in this situation considering neither of us can prove how much alcohol was consumed? Since they violated our contract, does that change anything?
Note - i'm an unlimited member - What are the state
Note - i'm an unlimited member -What are the state requirements in florida to open and run a Disability Referral Service (Company)... referring 'patients w' disabilities'' as 'clients to lawyers, for representation for disability and workers comp, etc cases?
I am the former CEO of a nonprofit corporation. The
I am the former CEO of a nonprofit corporation. The corporation is involved in a lawsuit where I am personally named as a defendant as well in a separate docket number. Fast forwarding to post-trial and entering of the judgement, the board chairman somehow talked to a personal acquaintance of his that practices family law in a state different from the state where the aforementioned case was adjudicated.This lawyer told the board member that the case could be dismissed because she believed the notices had not been properly delivered, but she never talked to me, the person to whom the notices were actually delivered. Never mind that we were well past the deadline for appeal as stated in both states' rules of civil procedure, and never mind that this lawyer is not licensed in the state where the case was heard, and that this particular area of law is outside of her normal practice area.In short this lawyer was able to collect some fees by telling the board chair that she could do something that she knew she could not do, i.e., she preyed upon the board chair's desperation and naivete. She admitted to me that the only reason she took the case was that she was able to bill the corporation for a trip to the city where here grand kids are located, thus she used the corporation for pecuniary gain.Is this grounds for a complaint to the state bar ethics commission.