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  1. Please see this earlier thread containing information relevant to your question: http://boards.answers.findlaw.com/n/pfx/forum.aspx?tsn=1&nav=messages&webtag=fl-answersmb&tid=50449
  2. Workman's compensation is the exclusive remedy for employees who are injured on the job, so you will probably not be able to file suit against your employer. Consult a local personal injury attorney to confirm. While it is possible to file a medical malpractice suit against the therapist, malpractice actions are often difficult to prove and have very specific procedural requirements. Consult FindLaw's Medical Malpractice section for more information, or search for a medical malpractice attorney in FindLaw's Lawyer Directory.
  3. FindLaw's Lawyer Directory is a great place to begin researching medical malpractice attorneys in Massachusetts.
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    Chickens

    Here is a link to Pennsylvania's Agriculture Laws.
  5. Since your injuries all occurred in 1981, the statute of limitations will most likely bar any lawsuit you try to bring.
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    broken arm

    If all your fiance wants is treatment for his arm, he could probably file an administrative complaint to that end. If he exhausts his administrative remedies and still has not received treatment, he can file a suit for damages against the people who denied him treatment under 42 U.S.C. section 1983. A civil rights attorney can help him make his case.
  7. Here is a link to the codes governing the operation of a bicycle upon a roadway in Indiana: http://www.in.gov/legislative/ic/code/title9/ar21/ch11.html
  8. The answer to your question will vary depending on the jurisdiction you are in. Please respond to this thread with the name of your state so that the FindLaw Answers users can help you with this issue.
  9. User Tiger69 posted the following in an unrelated thread, from which it has been moved: Do you have to have your License Plates on the front of your vech. or is it ok to be in the window?
  10. Please find the original discussion related to this post here: http://boards.answers.findlaw.com/n/pfx/forum.aspx?tsn=1&nav=messages&webtag=fl-answersmb&tid=50366 You can post responses directly to the original question by following the link. Whether you are answering a question or posting additional information to clarify your own question, it is helpful to keep all related messages grouped under the original question by clicking the "Answer" button in the question, rather than starting a new discussion. This helps reduce confusion and clutter in the Answers Forum. Thank you.
  11. Please find a follow-up post related to this discussion here: http://boards.answers.findlaw.com/n/pfx/forum.aspx?nav=messages&webtag=fl-answersmb&tid=50387 But go ahead and post any responses to the current discussion. Whether you are answering a question or posting additional information to clarify your own question, it is helpful to keep all related messages grouped under the original question by clicking the "Answer" button in the question, rather than starting a new discussion. This helps reduce confusion and clutter in the Answers Forum. Thank you.
  12. User NJPHOENIX posted the following in an unrelated thread, from which it has been moved: most states have laws regulating collections, including setting statutes of limitations on how long debts can be pursued.I wonder what the time limit in new jersey is. just received something going back to 1994, and who can remember that far back, if i paid it or not., was going through 4 years of a divorce back then,
  13. FindLaw's medical malpractice section is a great place to begin your research.
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  15. You can find more information in FindLaw's Defamation Section.
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