You'll need to speak with a Texas attorney for the best guidance here, but you await an answer for three weeks and the other side may be asking you if you made up your mind. You may first want to check if your insurance policy was in effect at the time of the accident, even though it sounds like...Read more »
I'm not fully clear on your question, and a Tennessee attorney could advise best. But you await an answer for two weeks, and may be in a position of having to wrap your case up. IF you are talking about a personal injury matter, some of the GENERAL deductions arising could include medical liens...Read more »
I know legitimate places exist for this but I am seeing sites saying their lawyers will help me with this and they are only entitled to payment if we win the appeal but I'm skeptical. I do not exactly know what I'm talking about but that just doesn't sound like something a lawyer would do
You raise good points, but in the end, the only person who can ultimately make such an important decision is yourself. You will have to contact lawyers, and after speaking with them, decide for yourself who you prefer in terms of skill, experience, and your trust and confidence in them. Good luck...Read more »
I was asked 'if I was doing my son a favor by taking his vehicle for a carwash' or 'if he asked me to take his vehicle for a carwash.' Why are they asking me this? What's the difference in any answer I may give? Thank you in advance.
'Sorry that your post remains open. It may be a moot point by now if you already arranged a Georgia attorney to handle the matter, or if it was already heard. As a general matter, they're difficult scenarios. But there are sometimes mitigating factors - excessive speed of an oncoming car,...Read more »
The officer that was involved with the civil standby during the attempt said this is a civil matter and not criminal. I don't want cash compensation. Can a judge make a ruling, forcing her to return my bird?
Legal measures could consist of checking existing insurance coverage, providing adequate notice in the way of warning signs, and checking local ordinances. Safety measures could consist of fencing (if feasible, based on size of pond), grill or cover (if pond is small enough), safety equipment such...Read more »
In this case, we are told that we are not allowed in Halifax to use the parks and trails. I cant find it written anywhere so does this mean if I fought it in court I would win? This is all in light of the recent covid outbreak. Nothing that I can find in writing!
An attorney who practices in Canada, preferably Nova Scotia, would be best qualified to address your matter. You raise a valid point about the effective date of a law, but the current crisis has created extraordinary circumstances on an international level. Emergency measures are being implemented...Read more »
It's unlikely for an attorney to quote a price on handling a case/matter sight unseen, without knowing anything about what it involves (contract, tort, property, etc.), and other factors. For something like that, you would probably be better off contacting attorneys on your own and discussing. Good...Read more »
Thought i was going to pass in front of him i came to a complete stop waiting for him to pass and he jerked into my lane thinking i was going to cut him off even though i was still in my lane i ended up getting ticket for turning while unsafe only because the stete trooper said he had to assume... Read more »
A Texas attorney is best qualified to advise here, but your post remains open for four weeks. Unfortunately, you're in a difficult spot, being in left lane. Absent additional evidence in the way of witness testimony or video footage, the oncoming vehicle is in a better legal position than you. If...Read more »
I was injured at work last year and was originally billed ~$5k, insurance gave me a settlement of ~$15k. I paid the $5k bill online and thought I was done but was then was sent an additional bill for $25k because I do not have health insurance and the $5k bill was only if I had health insurance. My... Read more »
A Virginia attorney is best suited to advise here, but you await a response for three weeks. If you were not represented by a WC attorney, you could contact a Virginia workers' comp attorney to see if they would give you a free, or brief, initial consult to examine your WC file and the carrier's...Read more »
It depends on their roles. It could be a conflict of interest, or it could be nothing. In the hypothetical, if the responsibilities of one position required minimizing town expenditures, and the responsibilities of the other position involved justifying new furniture for a school, one could say the...Read more »
I went to a dentist to fill 9 cavities. I was put under a form of anesthesia using tranquilizers. This is used for people who are afraid of the dentist and its called sedation dentistry. While i was sedated, the dentist preformed a procedure where he drilled a hole in my tooth and inserted a metal... Read more »
Where can you find a lawyer? You can find a California lawyer on this site, or through your own searches. Do you have a case worth fighting? It's difficult to say based only on these facts. Teeth can break during endodontic and other procedures. The fact that a tool fractured/shattered is not...Read more »
A Texas attorney is best qualified to answer this question, but you await an answer for three weeks. As a GENERAL premise, if a matter is dismissed on the merits (for something substantive - not something technical such as "this is the wrong court, you must bring your action in a different venue"),...Read more »
Don't wait for someone to contact you; this isn't a referral service. It's only a question and answer board. Just reach out to attorneys - you could attorneys in or near your county here on this site, through your own independent searches, or maybe through the resources of the North Carolina Bar...Read more »
You could, but it does not look like the type of case that an attorney would accept on a contingency basis. You could face issues in showing the chain of custody of the sample, proper protocols used in taking the sample, tests of the gas station's tanks, your own vehicle's maintenance and repair...Read more »
A Tennessee attorney would be able to advise best, but you await an answer for three weeks. As a general matter in most any jurisdiction, the judge would ask for the evidence you mention - preferably an itemized printout from a reputable body shop outlining estimated charges for parts and labor -...Read more »
There's a section here for Animal/Dog Law. If you wanted to try reposting there (there's no guarantee that all posts receive responses), you might have better chances of your question being seen by someone knowledgeable in this area. Good luck
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