Being gangstalked all hours of the day neighbors affiliated with the around the clock noise campaign has been disturbing my peace repeatedly in a targeted coordinated situation I find myself in evidence is up to videos I have recorded. From reapeted speech and behaviors aimed at harassing... Read more »
Because of the "emotional damage" gang-stalking has caused you, consider reaching out to your local city/county for counseling services. Lawyers often refer their injured clients to psychologists in order to treat their "emotional damage" caused by a serious accident. The police...Read more »
After falling asleep at the wheel the road turned left and I continued straight going off the road and crashed into a 2ft tall stump. Broke my back in 3 location and fractured my leg. The stump I hit was located 18ft from the roadway in the r.o.w. (design standards state min 30ft) it did not have... Read more »
Assuming the facts stated in your question are correct you may have a claim against CalTrans. It is foreseeable that a driver may fall asleep or lose control of their car and crash into a stump that is in violation of their own standards. So that may create some liability on the part of CalTrans....Read more »
If you are being sued relating to a car accident, you should check with your car insurance company as they can likely appoint an attorney to represent you and defend against the case. There may be pro bono attorneys out there, but as the saying goes, you get what you pay for.
The DA of a certain California County may be guilty of vexatious litigation against me, as well as collusion with a judge. I’m aware these are serious accusations, However, if I can consult with a federal litigation attorney, he/she will understand why I’m concerned once I provide the details.
I think you have a misunderstanding as to what a vexatious litigator is or can be. The DA cannot be a vexatious litigant. Pursuant to CCP 391, et seq., it can only be a pro per litigant who has maintained at least 5 litigations other than small claims to final determination adversely to the person...Read more »
Yes, there are companies, who will provide no recourse advances against your recovery (settlement or judgment). Advances are monies paid to a claimant or plaintiff with a promise to repay with interest. No recourse means if you don’t recover money, then you would owe nothing (this means no...Read more »
CDCr never notified to this day his mom to inform her that her son was stabbed air lifted but survived the Gladiator Fights they set up. As soon as they got off the bus went through work exchange, the gates close, the bus drives away they get attacked by the whole prison full of Southerns. I sent... Read more »
On 2/1/2021 I signed a 18-24 month contract with an Orthodontist for braces. I had 8 visits from 2/8/21- 3/29/21, I had suffered from headaches & mouth sores, l couldn't eat or drink, I lost weight, and there was a time when I couldn't talk, and missed work.
This may fall under dental malpractice. Whether it is worth pursuing depends on what your actual damages are. Besides discomfort, do ou have any permanent injury, such as bone loss, that might make pursuing a malpractice claim economically justifiable. Talk to some malpractice attorneys about...Read more »
After the interaction as I was walking away the security guard runs after me and tries to grab me stating that I was kicked out alleging criminal threats long story short after I requested a manager or the police I was denied both and instead a dose of pepper spray and drug out of the store by the... Read more »
If you don't change it and you are caught it looks like an intentional misrepresentation. If you serve an errata sheet then you'll be asked why you said you graduated from college when you didn't. It's better to be called out after correcting an error than after a misrepresentation.
I am not sure if this is a legal question or simply a statement.
If you were injured while leaving the stadium, you need to act fast and retain an attorney. Depending on where the hole was could mean that it was public property or private property. If it is public property (public sidewalk...Read more »
I suffered personal injury and property damage as a result of my Landlord's failure to provide an apartment free from mold and other contaminants. I had a separate renter's insurance policy and my doctor told me that I must trash all of my personal belongings (clothes, furniture, etc).... Read more »
Yes, in general an attorney in a mold case will seek to recover for all losses and injuries you sustained. Also, a court would likely prohibit filing two separate lawsuits (one for personal injuries and a second for property damage) as that would be a waste of the court's resources. Hope...Read more »
They didn't diagnose me incorrectly they only looked at one elbow instead of both. They told me it wasn't fractured. Which it is fractured. And now my main Dr/nurse practitioner and the office seem to be dragging there feet. I didn't get informed about the referral for an MRI for my... Read more »
A California attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. No one here would be able to answer your question about whether you have a case. An attorney would need to review the file. Med mal law firms typically offer free initial consults. You could reach out to law...Read more »
My grandsons mother has alienated my son. Now she is beginning the hateful vicious lies about me. I am 66 years old. My grandson and I have a very close bond. He loves his grandma and I love him. His mother doesn’t seem to care about the abuse she is causing to her son
My father passed away in January 2020. He was in the Marines and was stationed at Camp Lejeune. I'm wanting to file a claim because he died as a result of being stationed there. Would my lawsuit need to incorporate his widow if she's remarried?
Typically in a wrongful death lawsuit, all heirs must join either as plaintiff's themselves or as a nominal defendant. You may also have to comply with the Federal Tort Claims Act. Given that he died over two years ago, you may also have a statute of limitations issue. You should consult an...Read more »
If you are a Kaiser member, then you have to pursue a suit against Kaiser through arbitration. You therefore cannot file a lawsuit in the superior court. You have 1 year from the date of knowledge to commence your acction (CCP 340.5).
I was involved in an accident on US 101 where a big rig that was in front of me came to an abrupt stop to avoid hitting a few dogs that ran in front of him on the freeway. I was only going 40 miles an hour, it was foggy and by the time I realized that he had come to a complete stop it was too late... Read more »
When you rear end someone it usually is your fault. The law states you should only be going as fast so that you can stop if the vehicle stops in front of you. What if it was a small child the truck stopped for? Do you think it would still be the truck's fault. As far as appealing it... I have...Read more »
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