Second time applying, advocate disappeared during initial claim filed in 2014, represented myself at hearing, was denied. Discouraged because referred lawyer was patronizing. No income since 2018. I suffer from. Chronic concussion syndrome, sub-clinical hyperthyroidism, ptsd, and several other... Read more »
You haven't really provided sufficient information to enable an intelligent response. For example, you have not indicated what kind of disability benefits you are seeking, whether it is Social Security disability, Worker's Compensation benefits, or something else. And if you are seeking...Read more »
You have provided insufficient information which would permit a reasonable response to your inquiry. I would like to see a lot more detail, for example, the who, when, where, how and why of the events so I could get an idea of what the issue is. Ideally, you should provide a chronological...Read more »
There is insufficient information to permit me to respond with any reasonable advice. Any lawyer will need more detail, in order to understand the situation, and whether or not some solutions can be suggested.
I need a lot more information. I would need to know the exact circumstances which led up to your arrest. If you want a lawyer to help you, then prepare a statement of what happened, name all the witnesses, and copy all of the documents relating to your arrest and detention. Then take all of that to...Read more »
You need a good civil rights lawyer or law firm to help you.
The best such firms are in Los Angeles and San Francisco. Do your research in those two markets and you will find some very good attorneys to assist you get the compensation to which you may be entitled.
I was unlawfully towed from private property and could not afford to pay for release and go to small claims. The DMV told me i could not oppose a lien because no lien had been filed and all i could do was a curtesy stop request that involved getting a court date and suing the DMV. I spoke to them... Read more »
I am am over 55+, my care provider requested from our landlords to review the new lease so she could explain it to me properly. Her request was denied and we where informed to set up a day to sign or the landlords would issue an eviction notice, they had mentioned that an eviction notice would... Read more »
You have the absolute right to read, review and make sure you understand fully the lease terms which you are being asked to sign. Moreover, it might be advisable to have a legal advisor accompany you to review the lease and explain its terms to you before you sign it.
I have a class action law suit. Attorneys have agreed to go to mediation. However, the employer's attorney is angry the judge did not allow an email into the case as evidence so he is intentionally delaying the settlment. My attorneys have made me aware of this, but numerous times have... Read more »
It is inappropriate for you to write the judge on a class action case in which you are represented by counsel. If you have a problem with the attorney(s) who are representing you, you must take that up with the lawyers yourself. Either that or retain another attorney to take up your representation...Read more »
This was my mother's home where I have not lived or spent so much as one night in 22 years my mother and my two sons live there I was visiting police came with a warrant in my name for the search of that premises is this legal my name was the only name on the search warrant
Although I am not expert in criminal law, I do believe that a warrant may be served by the police where the warrant describes the place to be searched and the things to be searched. It makes no difference that you don't reside at the location. But you should talk to a criminal defense lawyer...Read more »
Discussion was about unfair treatment and frequent policy changes as retaliatory conduct against residents who complain or start grievance process. Discussion was in front of other residents, not a private conversation. I recorded my voice and responses out of concern that my words would be... Read more »
You need the consent of all persons present to be able to record a conversation in the kind of circumstances you have described before you start recording. You are essentially an invited guest at the shelter, and are required to follow their rules and procedures while you are resident there.
An inspection warrant was served upon my property. The probable cause was was due to noise complaints, per fire marshal. No evidence of existing health or safety violations, or noise citations. Accused of selling alcohol, w/out evidence. Warrant looked incomplete, no Seal, no clerk stamp, and... Read more »
You will need a lawyer with experience in dealing with code enforcement issues with local governments.
Inspection warrants need to be issued by a judge on a showing of some probable cause to issue the warrant. You should have been given a copy of the warrant, which you can give to whatever...Read more »
I filed a petition, verification, and memo of points and authorities. They responded and I filed a response as well. How do I get a court date now? The court is telling me I need to file something else but will not tell me what. This is for a writ of mandate challenging a city's actions during... Read more »
Without knowing a lot more information, it would be very difficult for me to answer your question.
My experience is that when the court tells you to file an additional document, they usually tell you exactly what they want. So if you received some kind of notice from the court, I urge you...Read more »
I got a cite and release back in june for petty theft. it is now September and i have a court date a week from now. The box “booking is required” is checked on my citation ticket. Searching on the court website, my citation nor case number have been found. I was told that my county system is... Read more »
When you appear before a judge, you will be given an opportunity to ask for a public defender to be assigned to you. Or, you can retain the services of your own attorney to appear on your behalf. Make sure you take a note pad with you, and be...Read more »
including my homes(two rvs) and my dog he is in the pound and i cant get hime out i dont have my tools to make money to afford it. Who can help me ive been injusred by them on multiple occasions and they just charged me with resisting arrest for asking why they broke my lock on my rv to come in... Read more »
Disabled child was verbally(shouted), physically (minor bruises), emotionally (threatened), psychologically (traumatized/scared), and sexually harassed (forceful inappropriate touch in private area with evil intention to cause harm) by a teacher, and bullied (injured in private area), ridiculed and... Read more »
I made the mistake of writing down hours that I never worked and I regret it until this day. I have grown, learned my lesson and just want to have a successful career as a Reserve Police Officer. I was forced to resign but I am wanting to know if I can still ask for a spot at the department back or... Read more »
Make an appointment to see the Chief. When you meet with him/her, lay it all out for him/her and make your case for being considered as a return on a probationary status for six months, and gauge the response you get.
Be prepared to explain what you've done to make amends for your...Read more »
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