How to Claim Disability in a Civil Lawsuit?

Answer State and federal laws protect workers from discrimination because of disability. Federal law defines a disability as any "physical or mental condition that substantially limits a major life activi... Read More »

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How to Dismiss a Civil Lawsuit?

Because the legal fees associated with civil lawsuits are staggering, most cases never go to trial. After a complainant files suit, the respondent, the person being sued, can contest the complaint ... Read More »

How to File a Civil Lawsuit Without a Lawyer?

Civil lawsuits can be filed for many reasons. Small claims civil lawsuits are frequently filed in order to evict a tenant or for money disputes. Other civil courts may handle a wide variety of civi... Read More »

How to File a Civil Lawsuit in Baltimore?

Filing for a civil lawsuit involves plenty of paperwork and you need to fill out several forms before the case can begin. In Baltimore, go to the clerk of the court office, located at 101 West Lomb... Read More »

Are civil lawsuit settlements taxable?

On One Hand: Civil Law Suite Settlements May Be TaxableCivil lawsuit settlements related to employment will be taxable to the extent the settlement involves back wages or salary. Any portion of a s... Read More »