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Robert James Reynolds

Robert James Reynolds

Law Offices of Robert J. Reynolds
  • Personal Injury
  • California
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California
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Law Offices of Robert J. Reynolds
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Education
Trinity University School of Law
Law Degree (1990)
University of Redlands
B.S. (1984) | Economics
Honors: Phi Beta Kappa
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California State Bar # 151243
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85 Questions Answered

Q. Can a medical provider release the plaintiff's medical records to a lawyer?
A: The answer is "it depends." A lawful authorization or subpoena, used in accordance with a legally sound basis, usually subjects the records to disclosure. This is a complicated question, as the release of some records has more requirements than others. An attorney should be able to give you some guidance without too much effort.
Q. A teachers aid that was supposed to help a student organize his books, but instead introduced meth to him.....
A: This certainly looks like a basis for a legal claim against the teacher's aid and the school or others could very likely be liable as well, depending upon the facts related to hiring and training and supervision of the teacher's aid. You should post the state where this occurred so attorneys can determine if the jurisdiction is applicable for their legal practice.
Q. Wondering if i can get compensation for this or if it would be even worth it.
A: It depends on your states as each stated has its own rules on the ability of a patron to waive a claim for negligence. You should post the state where this occurred so you can get focused advice.
Q. Should I submit this nut that I broke my tooth on in my dinner to the company responsible
A: I can't give a good opinion without knowing all of the facts, but this should give you some direction so that you can find the answers you are seeking. You should consult a lawyer to determine the best way to preserve your evidence. Of course, if you send it in, and they lose it, that makes your case more difficult, even though it creates issue for the company as well. There are time limitations, so you should not let too much time pass, otherwise, you may lose your ability to pursue any claim.
Q. On 4/11/3017 my daumy car was stolen I tryed to stop them the hitbme with car. But detective released prepertrater
A: These complex questions require a review of the facts before an applicable opinion can be rendered. If you were struck by a car, the driver may be liable for your injuries. You should consult an attorney who can discuss all of the facts with you. There are time limitations, so you should not let too much time pass, otherwise, you may lose your ability to pursue any claim.
Q. A woman pulled a knife on someone at my house, the dog staying at my house went after her and bit her.Can she sue me?
A: These complex questions require a review of the facts before an applicable opinion can be rendered. An owner of a dog is strictly liable for dog bites. An owner of property where the dog resides is liable under certain circumstances, largely related to his or her knowledge of such dogs dangerous propensities, if any.
Q. Once Settlement is achieved, do Firm #1 & #2 automatically get fees/costs/expenses reimbursed?
A: I can't give a good opinion without knowing all of the facts, but this should give you some direction so that you can find the answers you are seeking. The contracts should control the outcome of these issues, subject to ethics rules and the Business and Professions Code. Attorneys may or may not be entitled to costs and fees, despite their withdrawal, depending upon the circumstances. These complex questions require a review of the agreements and the facts before an applicable opinion can be rendered.
Q. My boyfriend's car was towed 30 minutes before the 72 hour notice had completed a full 72 hours.
A: Sorry this happened to you. This is probably long after the fact. I can't give a good opinion without knowing all of the facts, but this should give you some direction so that you can find the answers you are seeking. If the tow occurs before the "72-hour" law was violated, it is likely not a valid citation but if you don't have the means to fight the ticket that does not help much. In the future, just document what is occurring with time-stamped photographs. E-mail them to yourself and a third-party, too, so you can establish a timeline, if necessary.
Q. ok so im looking into seeking counsel if possible. Wal mart pharmacy changed my prescription but neither my doctor
A: I can't give a good opinion without knowing all of the facts, but this should give you some direction so that you can find the answers you are seeking. Your doctor is required to dispense medication in accordance with the standard of care that governs his or her area of medical practice. A pharmacy is subject to the standard of care for pharmacies as well and needs to dispense medication in accordance with such standards. Experts will have to determine whether or not your care met the standards, or not.
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