Thirty-two years experience in personal injury, medical malpractice, medical product liability law and class actions. Qualified to answer all questions regarding injuries and the law, except for worker`s compensation. Actively involved and fully experienced in litigation regarding recalled hip implants as well as the Mirena IUD.
Hundreds of satisfied clients in previous litigation
California State Bar Association in good standing since 1976. Federal District Court
Jurisx Doctor degree 1976
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Jerry, you know the answer to that. A photocopy of course. If they agree, in writing, to replace the check then they would probably want the original back at which time you can provide it to them...
If it was an overpayment they would have stopped payment eventually. Unless you know for sure that it was, I would go ahead and try to get a new one issued. Tell them you put it away and just forgot
Wow Jerry, you must be a wealthy guy. Hold that check for 6 years and now thinking you won't even bother to see if you can get it paid? The advice of the Credit Union is of course what you should do.
Maria: I don't understand why it is important to you that the original report be amended to mention the fracture. Since it was discovered eventually, the record is clear what your injury was. I thought
Dear Chris: I am extremely curious to know why you would ask the question you did. Should you have called the police? For what purpose exactly? Perhaps to document that the accident occurred and what
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