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- Consumer Law
- Personal Injury
- Products Liability
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- Car Accidents
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- Wolpert Schreiber P.C
- Emphasis on Personal Injury Including: Insurance Disputes, Car Accidents, Defective Products, Consumer Protection, Full Tort, Limited Tort, Motorcycle Accidents
- Widener University
- J.D. | Law
- Honors: Intensive Trial Advocacy Program
- Springford Rotary Club
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12 Questions Answered
- Q. How long does a plantif have to respond to the filing of a products liability suit?
- A: Your question is unclear. The plaintiff is the party that files the suit. The defendant must then respond. Typically, in federal court, the defendant has 20 days to file an answer to the complaint.
- Q. I had Medtronic leads on my implanted heart device. Had no notice of class action. Can I still get comp.?
- A: First, you should contact the law firm that is doing the class action. It's also possible you have rights to bring your own action if you are deemed to have opted out of the class.
- Q. A lawer told me he failed a suit regarding my personal injury over 2years,how can I find out if such was filed or if my.
- A: It's a little difficult to understand your question. If you are saying the lawyer told you he filed suit within the 2 year deadline, but you want to check that, you can do several things. First, if he filed a complaint, you would have been required to sign a verification, so you should know that. If he/she filed a Writ of Summons, that wouldn't require your signature but it would be docketed. First, you should ask your lawyer for a date-stamped copy of whatever was filed (meaning, if it was filed, the court will have stamped the date of filing on it). If the lawyer does not give you the information, you could also contact the court and ask them to look up the docket for you or you could go to the prothonotary's office yourself and ask them. You should ask your lawyer for the docket number.
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