Mr. Andrew T. Bodoh Esq.
Thomas H. Roberts and Associates, P.C.
About Mr. Andrew T. Bodoh Esq.Andrew is a plaintiff's litigation attorney, specializing in civil rights and personal injury. He has successfully prosecuted cases in state and federal court.
Andrew Bodoh graduated fourth in his class from Ave Maria School of Law in Naples, Florida. He was Editor-in-Chief of the Ave Maria Law Review and was named Best Oral Advocate in the school's intramural trial competition. He is a member of the Virginia Bar.
Andrew received his Bachelors of Arts from Christendom College in Front Royal, Virginia, where he graduated with summa cum laude honors and a double major in History and Political Science.
- Civil Rights
- Employment Law
- Personal Injury
Additional Practice Areas
- Car Accidents
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
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Q. I have to break my lease, but my landlord is requiring me to pay rent until he finds a tenant. Is this legal?
A: Your rights depend largely on the language of the lease. Consider getting a copy and consulting with an attorney.
Q. If the owner of a home is in a nursing home, can someone sell the home? Or can the nursing home take it for payment?
A: One would likely need a valid power of attorney or the power of acting as a conservator to do so.
Q. If your on probation. Already and then charged with domestic assualt can or will it violate their probation?
Q. I hire an architect to provide drawings for build out and he put on the drawing that 2hr firewalls already exist. wrong
A: More information would be necessary to answer this, including an expert architect who will say it was negligent of the first architect and it caused you damages.
Q. Can't agree on offer
A: You may have some options, but they may not be good options. There is a court action whereby you can attempt to split the property into tow parcels. If you are taking care of the upkeep, you may have a claim against the tenant in common for the cost and labor you put in to the upkeep. These can be used as persuasion for a reasonable sale.
Q. How long can a company keep an over due bill before turning into collection can they turn it over 10 years later
A: A company can keep an overdue bill on its books as long as it wants and turn it over to collections whenever. That being said, if the company or the collections agency attempt to bring you to court on the debt more than five years after it was due (or three years in some cases), the debtor will have a defense of statute of limitations. If the debtor files bankruptcy, however, the company or the credit agency may try to collect the money out of the bankruptcy. The legal defense, however, is separate from any moral issues involved in the case.
Q. if landlord terminates lease early does tenant still have to pay remander of lease
A: That depends on the terms of the lease agreement and on the reason, if any, for the termination of the lease.
Q. Is a lot survey required for the purchase/sale of a single family residence?
A: Generally it is not required, but it is often recommended.
Q. i was in contract to sell my home when it burned down. Can the buyers sue me to rebuild ??
A: That depends largely on what the contract ways to cover this situation.