A West Virginia attorney could best advise, but your question remains open for five weeks. Legal issues aside, these things can take a long time to create, the companies are often small operations, and COVID could have only compounded matters. You could continue your efforts to contact, maybe...Read more »
A West Virginia attorney could answer best, but your question remains open for two weeks. As as general matter, it could be a difficult case. In such lawsuits, a claimant usually needs to demonstrate that they sustained a significant injury that carries some measure of duration or permanence. This...Read more »
I worked with asplundh tree experts LLC for almost a year and I got fired bc I took off a few days because I had been under so much stress and anxiety and I was supporting 7 people in my home and I was threatened with a knife to my stomach and was told he was bonded to shoot me and he would get by... Read more »
More information is needed to analyze your situation. You should contact an employment law attorney in your area to determine if you have a claim under the Americans with Disabilities Act or Title VII for the way you were treated by your former employer.
You will need to hire an attorney to see if there is a cause of action against the life tenant for contribution. But the taxes are against the land which both of you own. So either of you must pay the taxes or you lose the land. Probably the only way to recover your paid in taxes is a Petition...Read more »
skin rashes, itching, hair discoloration and loss, stinky clothing, staining of clothing, grout, sinks, tub, shower and tile, damage to plumbing fixtures, inability to bathe, paying for water we cannot drink or even use except to flush with, no action from officials, no accountablity, lies,... Read more »
A West Virginia attorney could advise best, as your matter could involve state and local water quality, environmental, and public safety laws. These situations tend to be complex, and involve costly sampling and lab testing for an array of parameters, from petroleum compounds to listed hazardous...Read more »
We sold a house on land contract nearly 2 years ago. Since the sale the buyer has been late on nearly half of his payments. I sent him a letter of delinquency a few months ago on which he gave me a sob story about COVID hurting his job. Well He is back to work now, still late on last months, this... Read more »
A Durable Power of Attorney (DPOA) only means that you may continue to exercise the powers granted under the DPOA even when the grantor (your father) may be sick or legally incompetent. In other words, unless your father terminates it, it would be effective until his death.What powers you are...Read more »
It all depends on the circumstances. In Illinois, where I am licensed, if your doctor has not cleared you to return to work then you should not go back to work. If the doctor has told you that you may resume work, you would not be entitled to any additional compensation for the time you spent off...Read more »
My husband fell at home on April 28. He is a Stroke patient since Dec.3,2014 it took his left side. After 3 falls that night he could not stand up or walk.My Grandson came and got him to bed and he was in so much pain I called the Ambulance at 3:15 am next morning. They took him to the hospital and... Read more »
This is something a West Virginia should advise on, but your post remains open for three weeks. You're asking about pain and suffering. But based on your description, it's difficult to identify a strong basis for a suit. If you're contemplating damages related to the roughly one-day...Read more »
Had a WV state trooper stop by my house a few days ago telling me a rent to own company I leased items from are pressing 2 theft charges and I think a larceny charge on me for unreturned and non-paymnt of 3 items. He said he would speak with a magistrate judge and get back with my in few days.... Read more »
Your post remains open for two weeks and your matter is something where time is of the essence. You need to consult with a criminal defense attorney - this is not a small claims matter or consumer law matter. If you have not already, contact criminal defense attorneys - or based on your financial...Read more »
It depends on whether you could demonstrate that the doctor breached a duty of medical care owed to you. That would be a determination that could be made by a review of your medical records. This is something to discuss with a West Virginia attorney, but your post remains open for a week. You could...Read more »
I’ve tried to get my dogs back but the police say there’s nothing they can do since these people pay taxes on them. I raised both of these dogs from birth. Is there anything I can do to get my dogs back, please help!
If the domestic orders reference the animals you can bring a contempt action. Otherwise you can't prove the animals were not subject to your ex-husband's control to sell. If the animals were listed as property belonging to you or to be transferred to you as part of the property settlement...Read more »
My parent passed away 2012. We Auctioned everything expect for almost 100 acres of land and 1 house with land. My sister has been on drugs, in and out of jail. The house and land are still in the estate with the sheriff office in Randolph county WV. Because there was no will an we could not figure... Read more »
The plaintiff filed a medical malpractice claim against defendant (Doctor). Defendant filed a motion for dismissal based on certificate of merit and timeliness of the claim particularly in one instance of the complaint. However, Plaintiff filed a theory of liability instead as the violation of... Read more »
No. None of those errors, individually or collectively, is enough to justify a summary judgement. In West Virginia, the law favors the resolution of legal disputes on the merits, not on technicalities.
This is something you should be discussing with your attorney.
I believe i was told by the court house that if couldnt finish paying tickets by tax time then it would come out of tax return Im just wondering if they take care of it when you file or when the money comes
The state can't intercept your federal refund. West Virginia will offset your state refund if you have unpaid fines. They have to send you a letter and then wait 90 days. They're supposed to anyway. They take out an extra $25 for their troubles. If this is a concern I would file an...Read more »
Deed of mother(deceased) granting right of survivorship to myself,brother,sister. Brother that is ill, deeded in will his third of the property to his son. 78 acres was supposed to be equally divided between the three of us with the property going to last survivor as stated in deed. Have not seen... Read more »
i did not leave the website and was continuing to shop the sale for 20 minutes or so. when i went to pay for the item in question, the system stated the item was no longer available. they sold it out from under me even though i had placed the item in my cart. this is akin to being in a store with... Read more »
There doesn't seem to be anything illegal about this. It isn't against the law to operate an online shopping website where inventory isn't well coordinated with shopping carts of customers. It isn't a good business practice, but it shouldn't be against the law, unless...Read more »
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