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Josh/Danica Lawsuit Documents

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And here is some other legal mumbo jumbo:

On January 26, 2016 at 10:12 PM, JenniferJuniper said:

The 4 ways to prove lost earnings in a personal injury case - Pennsylvania

1. Your W-2(s) from the last tax year(s); or

2. Your Paystubs (you should have them from before and after the accident to show the difference); or

3. A Wage Verification from your Employer 

4. If you are a business owner or self-employed, you will need to provide other documentation- this could include your tax returns; or, your accounts receiveable or checks you received for services rendered; or, your business' banking records. It would be a good idea to black line account numbers for your privacy. 

In addition to any of the above 4 ways to show the lost wages, you will also need a disability note or slip from your treating doctor. This will be needed to show that you have or are missing work due to an actual disability diagnosed by a doctor. You want want to discuss this with your doctor. Typically, they will understand. You should also discuss with your doctor the type of work you do and its physical demands. That will assist the doctor in determining whether you are able to perform your job. Also, there may become a time where you could return to work with restrictions or modified duty, depending on the type of job you have.   


On January 27, 2016 at 10:06 PM, diplomat said:

You want facts? okay, here are all the "undisputed facts" to which both parties have agreed so far, with my alterations shown in brackets. Consistent with the court's scheduling order, Danica's attorney filed them today as Document 21.

  1. [Danica] is a resident of San Diego, California. She is the Plaintiff.
  2. Plaintiff has appeared in several adult (pornographic) films.
  3. On March 12, 13 and 14 of 2015, Plaintiff was employed to make an appearance at The Gold Club, [specific address], Philadelphia.
  4. On April 17 and 18, 2015, Plaintiff appeared at the Creekside Cabaret, in Colmar Township, Pennsylvania.
  5. Defendant Joshua James Duggar, age 27, is a resident of Arkansas.

That's it. I doubt it will satisfy anyone's curiosity, but that's all the lawsuit news today... 


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