Might or might not be. If it's pointed in a direction that would be considered legitimate security purposes for protection of their property, and simultaneously captures a portion of your back yard (and nothing whatsoever inside your home), it may be legal, regardless of motive. However, if...Read more »
Not every problem people encounter has an official form by which they may seek a remedy. If you are the director of a corporation seeking such reimbursement, begin by writing a coherent letter to the treasurer, CEO, board of directors, etc. If this doesn't work, ask an attorney what to do next.
I was involved in a hit & run car accident on Friday, May 6. I was driving my Land Rover, and a Toyota Corolla rear ended me. She pulled over for a few minutes, but pulled off before the police arrived. I have a clear photo of her license plate. My land rover has $1000’s in rear end damage.... Read more »
GEICO knows about it, so it is doubtful that failing to "put a claim on [your] insurance" would save you any money. You should ask GEICO to pay the claim; if they do, they may want to try to find the identity of the Toyota's owner, and file suit against her.
And you want to know whether the power of attorney and the deed can be annulled, and you can examine the bank accounts? You need to retain a Florida attorney for the purpose of adjudicating your father incompetent as of the date of the POA.
My neighbor falsely made a 911 call saying that I pulled a weapon on her. She basically admitted in the police report that she lied. I want to file a civil suit, but I don't know her name only her address
have order from 2014 (thru Atlanta Bankruptcy Court) where defendant owes me 4995.00 could never find defendant but recently found out he lives in Tenn now (original order is from Atlanta Ga). Can I still fight for this judgement even though it was from 2014? Defendant owes me 4995.00 and i... Read more »
Sounds like that debt was discharged in bankruptcy. You'd want to double check the bankruptcy case. If your debt was listed and bankruptcy was granted, then the debt was discharged. This means you cannot collect on it anymore.
I'm an experienced healthcare worker and I'd like to publish my experiences. Is it legal to tell stories about patients without mentioning any types of identifying patient information? I would keep names, ages and locations out of it.
If you are an "experienced" healthcare worker then you are familiar with the term "deidentifying protected health information (PHI)." If there is no way to track back and identify the patients you are describing then you are fine.
Good evening, about two years ago we bought a house on a new HOA community that was still being built. When we were looking at homes, we wanted somewhere that was kid friendly and had a playground for kids. We were assured by the seller that the sales office was going to be a clubhouse with a... Read more »
The company is Dasmen Residential and they have not done anything to cure the mold infestation that is constantly gradually getting worse everyday. Can I bring a lawsuit against them for inhumane conditions?
Father left two children in Chile and remaried in Florida USA and had another child. Before he died the house appear under him and his new wife name but after he died the house appear under the wife and son name without mentioning the name of his two children from his first marriage. that he left... Read more »
It is unclear what you mean by "after he died the house appear under the wife and son name". An attorney should look at the deed to see whether any interest in the house belongs to his estate. Assuming he didn't have a will, any such interest would be divided; half of that interest...Read more »
In clearwater, fl. A roommate who was not on lease is now in jail and owes 5 grand back rent since covid started. I have meticulous records and two other roommates as witnesses whats my options? He's currently incarcerated, so I figure now is a good time to try and get some of the money owed back.
No injuries and I paid the guest $300 and had it fixed within a couple hours. They said they are not suing. The guest is checking out early and wants $300 more because of what almost happened which was he was almost holding his daughter who was at the top of the stairs. Obviously no one expected... Read more »
My grandparents house was left to my mom and her 2 sisters. My mom passed and then my aunts decided to sell the house so they could do 50/50. They eventually had to get a lawyer involved. Turns out my step father gets 50% of my mother's portion and my sister and I split the other 50%. Will the... Read more »
You are under no legal obligation to give your cat to anyone. However, if the cat was lost or ran away from the first owners I would probably consider giving it back, just because they love the cat too. Ask for visiting opportunities?
Do you have an order of protection? A motion is a request, so file a Motion to cancel mediation or just call it a Motion and then in paragraph format state what it is you want and why. Try setting it for a hearing before your mediation date.
I did a bit of research on mine into emotional distress cases. What is definitely negligence or intentional infliction of emotional distress. Or I read the tort for emotional distress. And could answer all 4 requirements. I have medical records for during the time as well as having to pay someone... Read more »
If you are a victim of domestic violence you can seek an injunction for protection against domestic violence. In order to file the case, you would first get your evidence together (photos of injuries, videos of fights, etc) and then go to the clerks office in the county where you reside. There the...Read more »
I guess you can file two motions simultaneously and set the Judge-motion first. At least you'll have the other one on file, which is essential to demonstrate timely action to vacate the judgment. Both motions are fact-specific so it depends on your set of facts and reasons whether you should...Read more »
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