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How much can a person sue for if they can prove back pay breech of contract wrongful termination emotional distress mental anguish lies false statements and illegal phone recordings?
Answer It all depends on the laws of your state. I would talk to an attorney. The question shouldn't be how much you can sue for, it should be "how much are… all of these problems worth." If you just sue for millions and millions, that is called frivelous and it will likely be thrown out.
Personal Injury proceeds are NOT taxable . No. Personal injury proceeds are considered compensation of injuries and losses, it is not a "gain" or "windfall" under the tax c…odes.. Actually, whether personal injury damage awards are taxable depends on what the award is for. If it is to compensate for personal physical injuries or sickness, then it's not taxable (IRC Section 104(a)(2)). Emotional injury that is the result of of physical injury may not be taxable; however emotional injury that is the result of nonphysical injury (for instance, defamation or trespass) is generally taxable. Likewise, lost wages that are the result of physical injury may not be taxable. (See IRS Guidance: Lawsuit Awards and Settlements and Rev. Ruling 85-97.)
It is possible to sue over mental anguish but it is often hard to prove unless you can get it on tape or via Email and usually there needs to be solid proof. Yes.
In the Internal Revenue Code there is a tax imposed upon taxable income and that is defined as gross income or adjusted gross income which amounts to income earned in a taxabl…e year by a taxpayer. A taxpayer is any person subject to any revenue laws. Is that clear? It isn't to me, and I remain astounded that so many people will claim that such circumlocution is clear to them. A tax imposed upon taxable income does not answer what the subject of the tax is. Is taxable income the same as income? If it is then why is taxable income defined as gross income or adjusted gross income but income itself never defined? Is income the subject of the Personal Income Tax Law? Who are the taxable persons? Those persons made liable for a tax are. How do we know who has been made liable to a tax by understanding that a tax was imposed upon taxable income?
My ex has caused me sleepless nights, the desire to drink alcohol to relieve stress and a constant fear of her causing problems in my life which causes me to retreat from any …social life
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I wouldn't use that for a divorce reason etc...but I would seperately sue my husband in a heartbeat... Extremely cruel and warped behaviors..that have had horrible results....…and caused extreme emotional damages... These pukes have got to own up to this sick warped crap...and sueing is darn good idea....in My Opinion!
Can you file a civil case suit to a person who caused you mental anguish for years until finally you discovered it yourself that the person you trusted is the mistress of your husband?
If you want revenge, Go ahead. Better still file for a divorce and and make them the defendents. Of course you have been victimized. Now what is the best course of action? Tel…l the mistress that you feel sorry for her that she couldn't get a man of her own and had to resort to getting sex from someone who didnt think enough of her to marry her, so sad. SEX is that all she was worth to your husband? Poor thing. Now, You have injured by a man whose character you did not know. So that makes him a liar a phoney and a cheat in otherwords worthless. Dont let him blame you, it was his decision and his behavior and selfishness when he didnt care enough not to hurt you. He wanted his cake and eat it too. So make him eat it.
After reading your comments on the discussion page, you need to see a personal injury attorney (preferably one who regularly handles in school-related issues) immediately. It …is truly an outrage that the school has stood idle while your son has had to endure daily bullying. Any good personal injury will be happy to give you a free consultation so you can discuss your particular situation and your state's laws.
Amounts you receive as workers' compensation for an occupational sickness or injury are fully exempt from tax if they are paid under a workers' compensation act or a statute i…n the nature of a workers' compensation act. The exemption also applies to your survivors. The exemption, however, does not apply to retirement plan benefits you receive based on your age, length of service, or prior contributions to the plan, even if you retired because of an occupational sickness or injury. If part of your workers' compensation reduces your social security or equivalent railroad retirement benefits received, that part is considered social security (or equivalent railroad retirement) benefits and may be taxable. For a discussion of the taxability of these benefits, see Other Income under Miscellaneous Income, later. Go to the IRS gov web site and use the search box for Publication 525 Taxable and Nontaxable income
There are certain parts of the settlement that will be taxable and there are certain parts that are not. But the chunk of it will likely not be taxable including special damag…es-compensation for pain and suffering and general damages-compensation for expenses arising from the injury. The attached article goes into a lot of specifics as far as taxes and settlements go. It can be a little confusing.
A major character trait of Macbeth and Lady Macbeth is that (to a certain extent) they regret the murders of Duncan, Banquo, etc. It eventually drives them into madness
In States which do not have no-fault divorce, this may be grounds. If the elements of the torts of intentional infliction of emotional distress or negligent infliction of emot…ional distress are satisfied, liability may attach if so ordered by a court. You can file such a lawsuit even not incident to a divorce or annulment.
Some of it can be... Not taxable:Compensation for lost propertyCompensation for expenses caused by the injury (such as medical bills) Taxable:Compensation for lost incomePunit…ive damage awards
Yes, they can sue if they want. Whether they will win the case is another matter. The person bringing the suit would have to be able to prove their case. They would likely nee…d witnesses, recordings, diary entries, an expert witness, etc.
Chain Reaction of Mental Anguish was created on 2010-12-02.