a water meter installed a few months after they took over. The installer took my heat tape off the water pipe. Last week the installed assembly froze, now the land lord want's me to pay for the repair. The installer did not do quality work as relaiyed to me by the repairing plummer.
answered on Dec 28, 2022
The Idaho law on landlord/lessor law is that the lessor must provide you with water, power and heat. If the new owner wants to do away with the internet due to whatever reason, that's his prerogative. You should speak to the new park manager and document the damage to the assembly and ask... Read more »
One month left before statute of limitations is up, lawyer quit. Talked to office person they said there are certain documents they do not have to give.
answered on Dec 19, 2022
An Idaho attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks, and you have a looming statute of limitations. Only a local attorney could advise per state rules, but the basic general rule nationwide is that clients are entitled to their files. Some elements might differ by... Read more »
May be too long ago but here it is. 3 yrs ago someone filed a traffic accident report stating I had rear ended them. They had my registration and insurance proof. Anyway my truck or myself was not in the accident nor was I in the same town. My license was suspended Yada yada the people file for an... Read more »
answered on Dec 17, 2022
An Idaho attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. You could ask them to investigate through the SIU (Special Investigations Unit). This will require thorough investigation, and three years elapsing doesn't help in terms of gathering evidence. A local attorney... Read more »
It's a beekeeping related business where people can come do beekeeping with a beekeeper.
answered on Aug 20, 2022
An Idaho attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. Until you are able to discuss with a local attorney familiar with the state law, it sounds like a measure that could place you at unnecessary risk, since you aren't in the business of dispensing medicine,... Read more »
My mom's ex is abusive towards her and my sisters. She "left him" but he still comes over. She's been charging my sisters rent. They are over 18. Do they then have a say in whether or not he's allowed at the house if the are paying rent? They feel unsafe with him around but... Read more »
answered on Mar 14, 2022
Well, is sounds like you're asking this, correct me if I'm wrong:
Your parents were divorced. You are out of the house now but your sisters are still living with your mother, who apparently is a co-owner of the house that you and your mom's ex, owned?
If your... Read more »
I had an iron infusion in April. Towards the end I mentioned to the nurse that my legs felt tingly and my skin hurt. Scratching felt like I was tearing my skin. She was not concerned so I didn’t think anything of it. When the infusion was over I stood and told her I felt like there were needles... Read more »
answered on Feb 14, 2022
An Idaho attorney could answer best, but your post remains open for two weeks. Under general principles applied nationwide, the short answer is that cases are based on actual damages rather than damages that could have been. I'm glad you're okay. As for the symptoms you describe, you... Read more »
He was involved in a car accident where there was a fatality and he was charged with vehicular manslaughter. he is currently in IDOCI Orofino and we have filed an appeal and everytime that I or someone else puts money on his commissary restitution is taken out 20% of the amount submitted. my... Read more »
answered on Oct 1, 2021
Your question has a couple of issues:
1. Restitution being taken out of his commissary money. This is probably per statute, so there is nothing that you can do about it. Your husband will get out some day and will hopefully have a little, less, restitution that he has to pay, because... Read more »
answered on Aug 12, 2021
An Idaho attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. It's usually not a problem in most settings. You included personal injury as a category. If that means the question is related to personal injury litigation, you could specify which address is to be used for process... Read more »
answered on Aug 20, 2020
Idaho doesn't have such a statute. An "assault" is the reasonable fear of a "battery." A "battery" is an "unlawful touching." If you touch another person against their will, you may be charged with "battery." If you use an automobile to... Read more »
answered on Jul 5, 2020
An Idaho attorney could advise best, but you await an answer for two weeks. As a general matter, most states have their standardized rules of civil procedure. Find the Idaho rules online (you could probably find them under the unified court system or other public resources, and refer to the section... Read more »
answered on Mar 5, 2020
An Idaho attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for a week. I'm very sorry for your trauma. Although what was said to you would deemed by many as insensitive and heartless, it could difficult for an attorney to move forward with it as a case based on intentional infliction of... Read more »
answered on Jan 4, 2019
A full answer would require additional consultation. However generally speaking if you "misused" the product, it will make your claim difficult. Under Idaho law, a jury would ultimately be asked to proportion the negligence of both you and the manufacturer (or possibly the... Read more »
answered on Nov 5, 2018
Idaho dog bite law is complex See Boswell v. Steele. https://cases.justia.com/idaho/supreme-court-civil/2018-45454.pdf?ts=1536256623
about the dangers of the trail - can we still get some medical bills covered?
answered on Oct 8, 2018
You may be able to seek damages from personal injury depending on where your child was injured, and what caused his injuries. Different laws apply depending on whether the trail was public property or private property, and more information is needed to answer this question. Consider contacting... Read more »
answered on Jun 15, 2018
Not all collisions end in a lawsuit. I am assuming that you were the person who made the mistake and caused the collision. If that is true the injured person has the right to bring the claim against you, or if you were "within the course and scope" of your employment, your employer.... Read more »
This person has attacked my character by texting me hateful things about who i am as a person and falsely accused me of harrassment and did not show up to court when i did to prove my innocence.. i have felt violated and humiliated and attacked.. What can i do about this? It has affected me... Read more »
answered on May 15, 2018
The person who texted you is welcome to say what they think about you, once. They don't commit a crime unless they text you again after texting them to "NEVER TEXT ME AGAIN." If they text you again, they have committed the crime of "disturbing the peace," Idaho Code... Read more »
answered on Mar 16, 2018
Generally speaking the answer is no. The whole point if a settlement is that you release the claim. Insurance companies often try to get people to settle for less than a claim is worth and that is one of the reasons to have a good attorney involved in evaluating your case in the first place.... Read more »
I was having a conversation with the dog's owner when the dog came up, wanting to be petted. Owning a dog, I naturally began to pet the dog while carrying on the conversation. The dog suddenly became aggressive and bit me. This is not the first time this dog has attacked someone. I am now... Read more »
answered on Feb 12, 2018
If you are speaking to the owner you are not trespassing unless there's something I'm missing. If you knew the dog was dangerous you may be considered careless for putting your hand down, unless you felt that with the owner there the dog wouldn't do anything.
If the owner... Read more »
answered on Jan 12, 2018
A personal injury case is a civil case. A civil case is a private lawsuit brought by a one person against another person. A civil case provides compensation to the injured person. On the other hand a criminal case is brought by the State of Idaho against a person for an act the law says is... Read more »
Accident occurred as an adolescent but due to my injuries sustained in accident and lack of medical care due to legal guardians ignorance I now suffer from constant pain as an adult. Can I still seek compensation for pain and suffering due to an accident that occurred 10 or 11 years ago?
answered on Jan 12, 2018
The Idaho statute of limitations is generally 2 years. If you are under 18 it can be extended for either an additional 6 years or until you turn 20 whichever comes first. SO if it been more than 10 years than the unfortunate answer is no
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