They can be, depending on the circumstances. As my colleague advises, try to arrange a consult with an attorney. Attorneys offer free initial consults for such accidents. In terms of medical bills, that's one of the things that an attorney could outline for you. There are different ways to...View More
Trying to get passport and the only document that doesn’t reflect my name change and gender marker is my birth certificate which I been told I have to get fixed in PR by a lawyer but not sure where to go from there as I’m having a hard time finding a lawyer who does this kind of thing.
An attorney in Puerto Rico should advise, but you await a response for two weeks. At this point, you could reach out to attorneys. You could supplement your own searches with the "Find a Lawyer" tab above, and with bar association attorney referral services. Those resources are outside...View More
Our child’s school is requiring us to sign a liability waiver that includes willful and/gross negligence to attend a mandatory, all-day retreat. He is not allowed to graduate without it and we’ve been told we are not allowed to alter the language of the release.
I'm sorry you were placed into this position. In general, such liability waivers are not looked kindly upon by courts, for reasons of public policy. In terms of your question of whether or not you should sign it, it's an individual decision. As a general premise, such agreements can be...View More
My car was totaled in front of my home due to speeders. Two lane road and turn lane. Speed limit 35 most do 55. We were denied a circle driveway because our in and out driveway would not be 100: feet apart. I feel like it is a life and death, safety issue. Road commisssion says too bad and denied... View More
A Michigan attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. One option may be to look into other agencies - whether on a state or other level. It's possible the process could need the support of someone with expertise in traffic engineering and possibly civil...View More
This is something that a traffic ticket attorney could advise best on, but you're awaiting a response for a week, and it isn't clear if time is of the essence in your matter. At this point, one option is to reach out to traffic ticket attorneys if you continue to get no responses. In...View More
You could try to set up a free initial consult with an attorney to discuss in greater detail. The thing is that one can almost always sue. But the practical consideration is going to be what your measure of damages were, and what an attorney would charge to handle such a matter. I'm sorry for...View More
Wyoming C -Corp Startup Business. Only got limited corporate filing completed. Over the brief course of our collaboration, we verbally agreement to build this business together, with the intention of formalizing our partnership through a shareholders' agreement that never happened. With... View More
A Wyoming attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. It looks like your matter also involves elements of a business formation, and there are attorneys on the forum who have insight there. You could add the category to your post. But based on your description, it seems...View More
I received a field trip permission slip for my child to attend an On-Campus field trip. The school is a public school charter school in Houston, TX. The trip is for Houston Museum of Natural Science Dome to visit the school campus. I was a little taken back when I was asked to sign an Indemnity... View More
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. Unfortunately, such agreements have become more commonplace. They can be binding (I'm not saying yours is or is not) - they usually have to meet certain protocols under state law. These are similar but not identical...View More
If you're seeking an attorney, in addition to your own searches, there is a tab above, "Find a Lawyer." It lists attorneys by category and region. There are categories for collections and civil litigation. There are also attorney referral sections in the websites of state and local...View More
A South Carolina attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. It could depend on how the meter was torn out, how it was installed, and the utility's stated policy in terms of where their ownership and control ends and the customer's ownership and control begins....View More
Mount later that my insurance company drop me I got a letter about 2 weeks after the accident that I didn't have coverage so the other company want pay my lawyer also drop me what can I do about my car and injury
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. You have two issues here, the coverage issue from losing the policy, and liability issue in the accident. If your attorney dropped you, your starting point could be to see if you could arrange a free initial consult...View More
An Alaska attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. If you have an attorney, this is something they should really advise on. In general, the relevance of the request could depend on the nature of your claim. Are you claiming lost wages? Are you self-employed - if...View More
As my colleague correctly advises, this involves business law. It could also involve corporate law as you mention agreements ratified by directors and company formation. It isn't clear if this is an exercise for educational purposes or an actual scenario. If it is actual setting, you should...View More
I have full power of Attorney to handle the insurance. They have a copy but they still keep say no to me. What can I do. I think they just want up to stop so they could keep the money of the cash value.
A Florida attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. An attorney might ask for additional details to advise, in terms of what caused the problem - notarization of power of attorney, scope of power of attorney, claim/value-related issues, etc. Those are only general...View More
I'm sorry about your husband's accident. I hope he is okay. A North Dakota attorney could advise best on state-specific elements of law, but in general nationwide, some the issues that could arise in such a matter (regardless of the state) could include use of safety helmet, nature of...View More
In November 2022, my partner and I were charged with a retail theft summary offense (CC3929) of $149 and criminal conspiracy (CC0903) in Philadelphia, PA. We were arrested, fingerprinted, photographed, and given a citation copy with a court date. Considering we had no priors, our criminal attorney... View More
There are lawyer referral sites out there. The closest thing here that could supplement your own independent searches could be the "Find a Lawyer" tab above. There are also attorney referral resources on state and local bar association sites. Those resources are outside this forum and any...View More
In the neighborhood a street with two lines in booth directions with a double solid yellow line in the middle I was going in reverse in main line to park my neighbor went in the opposite direction and made u trn pass over the double solid yellow line and there was accident,his drivewey is far from... View More
A California attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Until you're able to consult with a local attorney on state-specific vehicle and traffic law, there could be liability on both sides - for the double yellow line incursion and for going in reverse - but...View More
I'm sorry about your daughter's injury. You could consider trying to arrange a free initial consult with attorneys to discuss this in more detail. If you have a jurisdictional basis to pursue the matter in federal court, possible venues could be based on domicile of defendant (with...View More
An Oklahoma attorney should advise, as your question involves state civil procedure rules, not general legal concepts. But you posted your question last week. Until you're able to consult with a local attorney, some of the elements that could SOMETIMES serve to toll the statute (subject to a...View More
Dismissal with prejudice generally means the end of the claim. Dismissal without prejudice generally means the claim can be brought again. If the claim is brought under a different theory or cause of action, it could depend on the facts, issues, and the court - an attorney could advise more...View More
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