This led to a diagnosis of Severe Aortic Stenosis, covered by compassionate allowance of disability. I was given about a year" give or take a few months" without two life- saving surgeries. My disability caseworker was notified immediately after diagnosis. 6 weeks later, I find she never... Read more »
I am sorry for your issues and the delay in answers, however it is not uncommon in the social security field for a reconsideration to remain pending for 8 to 10 weeks. You should have access to your file online that can advise you where the reconsideration stands. If that is denied, then you...Read more »
I am in desperate need of help. I am being held in Marshall County Ms and my civil and constitutional rights are being grossly violated along with other inmates. The showers and plumbing have drainage issues and always back up. We have no access to light the lights in the cells do not work and... Read more »
You may want to consider either you or your family contacting an experienced criminal defense and constitutional lawyer to get on board and handle the criminal matter and the civil rights violations. Feel free to reach out to any lawyer on here by clicking the contact information next to their...Read more »
The hired contractor was paid in full prior to the completion of his services. Unfortunately, the contractor did not complete the repair services. In the process of his services, he performed a makeshift repair that ultimately failed. Several attempts were made to reach the contractor thereafter... Read more »
From the looks of it, you have a civil suit against the contractor under several theories, with the obvious one being breach of contract. The main thing that you need to worry about is the statute of limitations, because, depending on some of the details, that statute could run (meaning that you...Read more »
My dad is in a nursing home and he has no idea what his wife has been doing with his affairs. She petioned conservatorship over him and I strongly believe she is the one who forged my name to document waive of jonder(?) I know I didn't sign anything cause she told no one what she was doing.she... Read more »
You should file an objection to the waiver, which can be something as simple as stating that you did not sign the waiver filed with the court and that you object to the conservatorship. You should also contact the attorney representing your stepmother and appear at the time and place set for...Read more »
It always depends on the situation; however, the first question is whether that officer put charges on you and for what. This is important because if there is a civil lawsuit, it will likely hinge on what happens with the criminal case. Regardless, it is in your best interest to reach out to...Read more »
In the State of Mississippi, for civil litigation, it is outlined in MRCP Rule 6 (Time) how to compute time. It mentions if the amount of time is less than 7 days, intermediate Saturdays, Sundays, and legal holidays are excluded from the time period. It does not mention verbatim an other time... Read more »
This was an existing fence in a portion of my backyard when I purchased my home in 2003. It fell down during Katrina and my neighbors added 2x4 support boards to the existing frame and hung it back up. It’s an eyesore and it’s rotten and falling down. I have written them and tried to discuss... Read more »
The fence belongs to (i.e., is owned by) whoever's property it is on. There may be a zoning/building ordinance in your city/county that requires that the "smooth" side of the fence be on one side or the other, you would need to check that with your local planning and/or building...Read more »
I'm unable to communicate with her father and have to go through his fiance and she barely picks up the phone. I haven't talked with my child in weeks because they never pick up the phone. I contact via Facebook messenger and barely get a message back. I've asked over and over... Read more »
You need to get in touch with an experienced family law attorney. First and foremost, the main question that I have is whether there is a custody order already in place. If there is, that would outline all visitation matters, in which case there is a good chance that you can file a complaint...Read more »
You can; those services are not generally on an "opt out" basis. And if there are ordinances forbidding burning garbage, you could incur fines or penalties with that. Given the current health crisis, other forms of penalties or charges could also materialize. You don't want to do...Read more »
I hope you are recovering from your injuries. Contact the police precinct that responded to the accident. The traffic safety officers at the scene would have made arrangements with a collision service that would have taken away your car on a flatbed truck when the ambulance took you to the...Read more »
A tree fell into his house but insurance engineer states it did not photo's show different. It has 9 broken 2x6's. He was put in hospital after the insurance company was told his condition and continued to call, have medical records. Have their engineering report which is bad and they... Read more »
It sounds like there is definitely the beginnings of a bad faith claim. I would highly encourage you to reach out to a lawyer. You can reach out to any lawyer on here by clicking the contact information next to their name. Most of us, myself included, are happy to provide a free consultation to see...Read more »
Slander consists of verbal defamation. If in writing, it would be libel. But there is nothing mentioned about the statement being false and damaging. So it is possible that it is not any form of defamation. It could be a privacy or confidentiality-based violation. Your post remains open for four...Read more »
You need to reach out to an attorney sooner, rather than later. The first thing that I wonder is whether you have already been convicted. Regardless, a lawyer may be able to help, but it is going to depend on the actual charge and current status of the case.
Usually the lawyer files and serves a Notice of Representation. Sometimes an Amended Answer under Leave of Court is necessary, especially in a land case where the Defendant does not know what the law is.
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