An Iowa attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. It could depend on the type of lawsuit and the relevance of the videotaping. If it involves an injury case, it is permissible for investigators from insurance carriers to observe claimants in public places without...Read more »
I’m paying almost 5k a year on my newly possessed comercial building and it has a small mechanic shop in the garage. It’s an old gasoline station no pumps, no gas tanks just my new residence. My insurance agent made an additional charge of 1.5k for the small business shop in the back and it’s... Read more »
An Iowa attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. However, it would be difficult to answer your question about whether you need additional insurance. This is something to go over with your insurance carrier or broker, who would review your needs in more detail....Read more »
On October 3rd I was injured at work and went to mary greeley hospital er in ames and x-rays were done and I was in and out in a hour on the following Thursday Oct 13th I went back cuz I was still in pain and I had to wait for 4hours before anyone came to check on me and actually talk to... Read more »
An Iowa attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. Until you're able to consult with a local attorney, the general rule nationwide is that you're entitled to your file. States could differ among one another with issues such as attorney work product...Read more »
My husband drives a semi, a car turned in front of him. She had the yellow blinking arrow he had the green light. Instead of hitting her straight on he took the ditch and totalled out his truck. No ticket was given to her. What can we do about this?
I have a pinched nerve in neck that 3 Drs have put in writing that it’s work related one being their own doctor also they tried everything to fix it but without accepting the claim now their doctor recommended disc replacement after that insurance company has went non responsive will not answer... Read more »
Another fake opinion and fake denial. Gee, I wonder why?
Most of the authorized treating physicians are handpicked by the insurance company. That creates a conflict of interest and a bias against the injured worker. Because the injured worker is not the doctor's client or the customer;...Read more »
He released me without addressing restrictions how does that work? Last restrictions was that above. Then referred me to Cervical Spine Dr. Then neck Dr says my injury is workers comp issue. Recommends surgery. But insurance says not work related due to degenerative arthritis but spine Dr and 2 of... Read more »
Since July 1, 2017 you don’t have a chance to win without a lawyer, but finding one is not all that easy. When and how, when and how? What no injured worker seems to appreciate is how they are viewed by the authorized treating physicians. You are the product, not the client. The doctor doesn’t...Read more »
who ever had my number before keeps giving it out for every thing under the sun that they don't want to ever pay or deal with. And it has been over 10 years. Is there any thing here I can do on the legal end to stop them?
It’s a VA loan and I’m the qualifying veteran. The loan requires the property to be my primary residence but she refuses to refinance and take me off the loan. Also I signed a quit claim during the divorce
All notemakers will have to agree to the modification. However what did the Divorce order? If it required a conveyance and a refinance, then file an action to hold her in contempt. If the VA discovers any breach of the security instrument it might get the lender to foreclose, so be careful.
A friend is currently homeless and has applied for SSI benefits in Tennessee. They have not been approved or denied. They wish to move to Iowa where I live. Will they need to start a new application process, or can they just notify the Social Security Office of a change of address?
Your friend can just update her address with Social Security when she moves at either the local Social Security field office or by calling the national Social Security number at 1-800-772-1213. Since Social Security is a Federal program, it will carry over when she moves to a new state. There is no...Read more »
All other creditors took filing and attorney info over the phone (call recorded by me). Bankruptcy had been final for a time when the bank in question FINALLY took the attorney's information OVER THE PHONE! While it was happening I researched the number (would not answer it, as it was... Read more »
My sister made it seem to us that she was in control of everything and would not even let me go in my mom's house. Here it is a couple months later and I just found out by that sister that they found my mom's original will and I am the only child on it and her lawyer advised her to walk... Read more »
This case is in Iowa. They were state charges, & the feds picked them up and now being held in county jail, & cannot get any information from anyone regarding this inmate. How does someone go about getting a federal attorney appointed when the attorney they have was the attorney appointed... Read more »
I've recently got divorced in Wisconsin which requires a 6-month stay to remarry. Since then I have moved to Iowa that does not have those restrictions on remarrying. I have met a girl in the Philippines while visiting there and we have been dating every since and want to get married. Since I... Read more »
You must be unmarried to be eligible to file the FORM I-129F petition to begin the process for the K-1 fiancée visa. After the petition is approved by USCIS and the K-1 visa is issued by the U.S. consulate and your fiancée enters the U.S. you can then marry. This process will generally take more...Read more »
I would like to use Boundless* Wealth (Boundless is not the actual word*) in class 36 financial, insurance, wealth mgmt. There is 1 other trademark for nearly the same services: Boundless* Financial Group, 5 states away from us, no exclusivity claim to Financial & Group. Is this a conflict?... Read more »
For federal trademark registrations, the existence of a registration for a very similar mark used for similar services will result in a refusal from the USPTO, regardless of whether the prior registrant and the applicant are in different states.
As you note, the portion of the mark that is...Read more »
Only a US citizen can sponsor a foreign national for a fiancée K visa. However as an LPR, you can always get married to him and then sponsor him for a green card. He would have to process at the US consulate overseas. The rough wait time for this is about a year and a half to two years.
Operator suffered from serious brain trauma in accident and was questioned right after. It was clear operator was confused which was a result of a concussion from the accident. Operator couldn’t recall events of accident for three days after the accident. Officer wrongfully believed operator was... Read more »
You need to obtain a professional opinion (expert witness) from a neurologist who can identify how the collision would have affected the injured person’s ability to offer a trustworthy statement (from an evidentiary standpoint).
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