A suit to recover damages in civil court.
The kind of damages a plaintiff can recover if a defendant's actions have been fraudulent, wanton, or outrageous depends on the damages to the plaintiff. If the actions are wanton, the damages tend to be higher than if they are simply fraudulent.
The poor countries do not have proper amount of money to recover damages from an earthquake but a rich country can recover damages as they have lots of money.
It has been nearly ten years, and the damages are not nearly recovered yet.
Get a lawyer. You can recover damages from his estate but it needs to be filed before the estate clears probate.
It took about 10 years for Chicago to recover from the fire damages. - by: Joshua Vargas
about,9 million dollars approximately
An assumpsit is a promise or undertaking founded on a consideration, or an action to recover damages for breach of a promise.
25 to 100 years
Yes. Anyone can sue you for breach of contract, or to recover damages, bailbondsmen included.
No, that would be a violation, and the debtor should be able to recover damages for it. The debtor does have to file a motion for damages, however.
That issue sometimes arises in matters that require, by law, a permanent injury in order to recover damages for "pain and suffering". Many states employ the "impact rule" which requires a physical impact before one is entitled to recover damages for anxiety (by whatever name called).
You are financially responsible for loss experienced by the damaged party. If you are unable to pay for the damages you may loose driving privileges and/or be taken to court in an attempt to recover damages.
You have 2 years to take him to small claims court to recover your damages.
That really depends on the damages of the music player. If it is still recognized when you plug it into your computer, it is likely that you can recover the music. But if it is not recognized, you probably won't be able to recover it on your own.
pretty much you cant
Yes, you can file a lawsuit in the proper court and recover your damages if the person is unwilling to pay voluntarily.
The Law of torts liabilities provides for a leeway for the victims of the harm to recover their losses and damages in a legal suit.
Noneconomic damages are for pain and suffering. Tort reform often involves imposing maximum amounts that plaintiffs can recover for these damages, since they are very difficult to put a price tag on.
If you can prove that the plumber's actions were the proximite cause of the water main break you can sue him to recover for damages and costs.
The victim would be able to file a civil law suit against the driver (and others) and attempt to recover their damages from the accident, such as medical expenses or damages to their property.
If your liability insurance is not enough to cover the damages, you will probably be sued by person you hit or his representative for the rest of the damage.