A fundamental way is through the Constitution's Supremacy Clause, which essentially states that the Constitution, federal laws, and treaties are the "Supreme Law of the Land" and take priority over conflicting state laws.
Here's the actual text (Article VI) "This...Read more »
My father's bank refuses to pay me by telling me that my father did not contributed the last months before his death without giving me any official paper or proof. My father contributed to this insurance for more than 30 years and it's a shame not to get any penny..
I'm sorry for your ordeal that makes a difficult situation even more painful. It appears you've already requested records. It's difficult to offer step-by-step instructions here, as the next step could possibly require litigating the claim, depending on the situation. Reach out to...Read more »
New York is a comparative negligence jurisdiction, meaning that fault can be apportioned between the parties according their respective share. Since this is a hypothetical, it could be argued that the driver of the manual transmission car could need additional time behind the wheel to deal with...Read more »
I'm sorry for your ordeal. A Massachusetts attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. But an attorney in ANY state could not really give you a meaningful answer based on these brief facts - the situation you describe calls for a medical opinion as to the standard...Read more »
sometimes the same day and still a no show. Then when they do provide trip to appt. they are 2hrs late on return pickup. Is this consider Insurance Bad Faith? Especially since my son has high function Asperger's but was unable to do these appt. alone because transportation was completely... Read more »
An Arizona attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for four weeks. No, as a general matter, something like that is not generally considered bad faith, unless it was done with some kind of deliberate harmful motive. It could simply be difficult transportation arrangements. Bad faith...Read more »
Actually my naver installed seasonal threshing machine in from of my house around distant of 10 meter and it causing sound and air pollution . Any rules or law so they can remove it from this place ? its there personal land.
Noise violations are generally governed by local laws. If there are such ordinances in your area, they would probably appear in village or city codes. In terms of air pollution, that could fall under the legal theory of nuisance, which is a tort that involves interference with the use and enjoyment...Read more »
There's a section here on Collections. Your post remains open for two days. You could try reposting and adding that as a category. There's no guarantee all posts are picked up, but you could have better chances of a response with adding that as a category. Also include a state, since your...Read more »
The officer's report said I misjudged distance but a vehicle was next to me an was as close over as I could get I never hit the barrel's so what's to misjudge the lane should have been closed if to narrow to pass
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for four weeks. It could be a situation where fault is seen by a court on both sides. A Georgia attorney might be able to offer deeper insight in terms of the construction site and its practices in stacking barrels and buckets in that...Read more »
She fractured her ankle! Workers comp settled with her ! Her Attourney is now suing the owner of the building there was defected floor on the store that caused this fracture! It’s been since 2017 he doesn’t call you have to call him ! We reached him and he said there was an offer that was so... Read more »
I agree with Mr. Green; it is not unusual for a law firm to carry cases that date back to 2017. But it's worth keeping in mind that these types of cases can sometimes be contentious. The burden is upon you to demonstrate negligence, an engineering defect, or other factor that should place...Read more »
Your question remains open for a week and it covers a number of categories. There's no guarantee that all questions are answered here, but if you wanted to narrow your question down a little bit, where you asked a specific legal question about given situation, you might have better chances of...Read more »
If you're seeking guidance from an arbitration attorney, you could make the consult more meaningful by narrowing down the practice area. Arbitration has certain universal qualities that apply across the board, regardless of the type of case. So in general, the arbitration process can sometimes...Read more »
I'm sorry for your friend's difficult predicament. There are many things to sort out here, and expenses for the process server are the least important among them. There are far more compelling issues. If she were to consult with an experienced maritime attorney (most of whom would...Read more »
Don't do it; it's a very bad idea on many levels. An Arkansas attorney could tell you about the vehicle and traffic law(s) you'd violate, but your question remains open for two weeks. It sounds like you're a young driver, but you'd subject yourselves and others to danger,...Read more »
Dana is a plaintiff in a personal injury case. Jeff is Dana's close friend. He was with her when she was injured by an allegedly defective hedge cutter and can provide evidence that supports Dana's claims. Jeff orally assures Dana on many occasions that he will testify on her behalf.... Read more »
This is something that an Arkansas attorney should advise you on, but your post remains open for a week. I'm sorry for your injury. If you had a spinal fusion surgery, that's a big ticket item, suggesting that there might have been a WC claim open at one time. A private insurer is not...Read more »
I own a commercial diving business that does underwater hull cleaning and yacht maintenance. I had a customer bring his boat to the marina where I am currently staying on my own boat. After I took care of his boat he didn't show up to pay me or get his boat at the time we agreed. Rather than... Read more »
Only a Florida attorney could advise you on your specific question. But you posted under Admiralty/Maritime Law, and under U.S. maritime law, a remedy that is sometimes applied in settings where vessel interests owe money is a maritime lien. This comes up in ship mortgages, vessel collisions, crew...Read more »
Car owner parked in a parking lot next to a building. The 30 foot tall downspout had ice accumulation due to the fact it was clogged and did not allow proper water drainage. While away, a large section of ice sheared away from the downspout hitting the car and causing major damage. Ice was large... Read more »
An Ohio attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for three weeks. It could depend on a number of factors, including condition/maintenance of the waterspout, conditions for use of the lot, warning signs or disclaimers, and other possible factors. An Ohio attorney could offer better...Read more »
The will stated that if my dad dies everything goes to my step mom but my dad died before my grandpa so that doesnt make any sense and I was told by granpda when he passed the house was to be sold and split between grandkids but we are not mentioned at all in this will
A West Virginia attorney could advise best here, but your post remains open for two weeks. I'm sorry for the loss of your grandfather. You could repost your question and add Probate and Estate Planning as categories, as you mention a will. There's no guarantee all posts are picked up, but...Read more »
My college sent me an email with a balance back in December 2020. I have emailed them and never received a response even when I tried to make a payment. I was sent to collections and started receiving phone calls this month constantly. I have emailed my college and they claim to have never received... Read more »
A Virginia attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for a month. One could only speculate as to why the university is not responding to you. One reason could be (and this is only a guess) that once they send a matter to collection, they will stay clear - where the only line of...Read more »
An Oregon lawyer could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. You would need a lawyer who handles wills, trusts, and estates. There are sections here on this site for that - one is Probate and the other is Estate Planning. If you had specific questions, you could repost them, adding...Read more »
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