Items that have been left behind in a self storage facility by the renters of the facility unit and by the owners of the unit for a certain amount of time or for a lengthy amount of time let's say is it considered abandoned property and there for the finder of the property to take possession... Read more »
An Arkansas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Unfortunately, that doesn't sound like a strong argument, unless the vehicle was unregistered, uninspected, and not in compliance with ordinary safety standards. You could mention the point to your insurance...Read more »
My home burnt down in 2021, at which time the executor entered her will in probate.The fire ins policy was made out to mom & estate.My brother, executor of estate, acknowledges the proceeds go to me, but he says he has to pay moms back taxes out of fire ins proceeds before I get my money.Can... Read more »
Hire a probate attorney to probate your mom's estate and explain this to him or her and provide your evidence. You would essentially be making a claim against the estate to honor the contractual agreement.
I believe i am a victim of defamation and slander in my workplace and im worried that this will cause me to be demoted from my position that i have worked hard to get. I've tried to go to hr and my manager, but nothing has been done. Hr just redirects me to my manager and i do not like... Read more »
An Arkansas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. For the slander issues, you could try to arrange a consult with an attorney who handles defamation cases. Unfortunately, these cases are not generally handled on a contingency basis, which could mean paying a law...Read more »
My minimum amount this medical entity is trying to make me pay is $80 monthly but I'm only able to currently pay $25 monthly. If I'm making a good-faith effort of $25 monthly, do they legally have to accept that amount without it being turned over to a collection agency?
This weekend is the first weekend of January. Your parenting plan likely addresses who has possession of the child using language like “1st, 3rd, and 5th weekends of each month.” So you have to read your court order to see who has the child on the 1st weekend of the month.
Arkansas is supposed to have a law to allow doctors to prescribe pain medication that actually works but they have been depriving patients of this medication and causing them to commit suicide or turn to dangerous street drugs so they don't have to suffer 24 hours a day. It will drive you to... Read more »
The Intractable Pain Act provides a defense to licensed physicians for prescribing narcotics to certain patients with intractable pain. It provides a defense to criminal prosecution and does not create a civil cause of action, much less one against the state.
An Arkansas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Going back twenty years is going to be difficult. You could check with the pharmacy preparing the medication, the physician writing the prescription chit, and the insurance carrier if a claim for reimbursement was...Read more »
RL insurance Ada Illinois refusing to pay out-of-pocket expenses which is a rental car resulting from an accident from their driver who is deemed 100% responsible but they refused to pay the rental car expenses they will not call me back
An Arkansas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. The situation you describe arises commonly and sometimes there is no quick fix. The cost of rental could be litigated, but that involves uncertainty, and could mean recovering or not recovering the money, depending...Read more »
It sounds like only one spouse is the titled owner, who can convey. An immediate divorce action might bring all property of the Parties into play, especially with a possible Injunction requested. Hire an AR attorney now.
An Arkansas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. Don't lose further time awaiting a response - simply ask the company. Or if you have the police report, the company should be identified in DMV codes. Nationwide, it's generally the same or greater...Read more »
An Arkansas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open. In general, it could depend on the policy. Nationwide, carriers don't always match up vehicle type for vehicle type, especially with SUVs or minivans. It could come down to what local rental companies have on their lots....Read more »
release and agreeing to non-compete and non-solicitation terms, which are all straightforward. The company is struggling and is telling me they can't afford to honor the contracted severance payments any longer, which are supposed to continue for 7 more months. I'm not aware of them... Read more »
You should contact an Arkansas employment attorney to have your separation agreement reviewed. If your employer promised to pay you a certain amount of money in your separation agreement that they are now refusing to or unable to pay, you may have a claim against your employer for breach of...Read more »
My boss came in today and said starting next week I will no longer receive my hourly pay of $12 hr for 34 hrs weekly. He says starting next week Noone gets hourly nomore and will be working making commission only. He said we will get paid $100 every deal we close. Problem with that is that... Read more »
Thanks and in Arkansas they can change to pay you commissions so long as you still make a minimum wage. If you work as an employee for a week and don't get paid anything, that is a minimum wage violation
If you were convicted after a trial, you have a right to appeal to a higher court. The time within which you must file your appeal is very limited. In most state courts in Arkansas you have 30 days to appeal. A Federal appeal must be filed within 14 days. In either case your time begins with the...Read more »
You do have a rights. In Arkansas you have a what might be called "minimal" due process rights that include a right to notice of charges against you and a meaningful hearing before a judge or hearing officer to determine if you are guilty of violating the conditions of your parole. You...Read more »
I don't see a question here. If you have a suspended sentence pending and are convicted of a subsequent offense or fail to abide by the conditions of your suspended sentence, you are subject to that suspended sentence being imposed. Think of the suspended sentence as a probation type...Read more »
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