Based on your brief post, one option is to reach out to real estate attorneys in the nation where the land is located. You could also consult with accountants/tax attorneys to discuss how proceeds of the sale would be handled under U.S. laws. Once you started to discuss the matter with the...Read more »
I have signed a contract with a company, however, I have signed the contract but there were parts on the contract that were left black. For example, my name was left blank at the beginning of the contract, but I filled in my passport number, also, the passport name showed my legal name, while what... Read more »
It could be difficult for an attorney to speculate about the validity of the contract without seeing it and knowing the full context of the matter. Your post does not mention a state, but you could reach out to an attorney in your state to discuss in greater detail. Good luck
I'm seeking advice in the matter of medical negligence that occurred in2011 but was not discovered until 2017 due to a colonoscopy and endoscopy surgery I underwent. My bowls have been placed into my stomach in intertwined knots after I underwent hernia repair surgery in2011.
Only a Missouri attorney could answer your question, but your post remains open for four weeks. As a general matter, an attorney could be reluctant to advise on a statute of limitations (other than basic ones where there are no issues of minors coming of age years after an injury, or no issues in...Read more »
A Michigan attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. As a starting point, without regard to any applicable state-specific laws, you could try to diffuse the person's anger by providing assurances you ceased and will continue to cease to use his person, his...Read more »
A Washington attorney could best advise, but your question remains open for four weeks. Although your question is straightforward and concise, these matters are not always simple. They could sometimes hinge on whether there was a defect, were representations of any kind made, inspections,...Read more »
A Pennsylvania attorney could best advise, but your question remains open for two weeks. It's possible this may be more a landlord-tenant matter than a personal injury matter. Regardless, unless there is some sort of special provision that dictates who she can use to move, it's no...Read more »
It would be best for an attorney in the area you posted in to advise. But with the question remaining open for three weeks, it's possible that financial advisors or investment brokers might be more familiar with this than attorneys. Good luck
I'm very sorry for what happened to your son. Do you mean CPS as in Child Protective Services? I can't speak for California law, but you should know that as a GENERAL matter, some jurisdictions impose notice of claim requirements governing the filing of claims against such agencies. What...Read more »
An Iowa attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. Since you don't have the benefit of the vehicle registration as a solid form of proof, some weaker forms of proof could include a bill of sale, record of payment, copy of receipt, cancellation of insurance, and...Read more »
So, I am not new to donating by any means. I used to allllllll the time in HS. I go to BioLife to donate for the first since I graduated. Well, the nurse had to keep coming back and messing with the machine(about 3 times) then a different nurse comes to me and says "let me monkey around with... Read more »
An Indiana attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. I'm sorry for your ordeal. But based on the brief description, it isn't clear if the damages are of a fleeting nature or something of significant impact that would be of a lasting duration. If the impact...Read more »
An Ohio attorney could answer best, but your question remains open for four weeks. With most types of property damage claims, there isn't usually an issue in providing copies of, or disclosing findings of reports. It's difficult to speculate what could be causing the protracted course of...Read more »
No one can say for certain without seeing the records or interviewing the personnel who performed diagnoses. When it comes to COVID, it's possible a medical facility could assert they took every measure to be very conservative, cautious, and thorough so as not to subject an older patient to...Read more »
I am trying to settle out an accident at 0% my fault. My car was totaled and I was in hospital overnight. I have medicare and am requesting lien be paid in addition to settlement. Must I sign a release to insurer to have access to my CMS medicare account or can I just supply them with the final... Read more »
A Pennsylvania attorney should advise, as insurance practices can be governed by state law, but your question remains open for four weeks. As a GENERAL matter in my own experience in reconciling medical liens, I have found that it could depend on the carrier. I have worked with many carriers who...Read more »
They are homeless, living in Garland TX, She slipped it the mud on the sidewalk and broke her ankle in 10 places. She will need 2-3 months in a rehab facility, but they have no insurance, so no place will take her. They are literally living in a storm drain right now and she is not going to be... Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. In terms of your question about her options, a comprehensive answer would be pages long, depending on a number of factors. The practical answer to your question is for her to consult with a Texas attorney who handles...Read more »
The area of town in which I live in has very badly maintained roads. The city has started repair on roads in another part of town where the roads are in good shape. Ours have been neglected for years and are not only dangerous, but our property values are not increasing at the same rate as other... Read more »
A Florida attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. There might be more effective less costly methods of trying to bring attention to the roads of your community. One option could be to reach out to your elected officials, starting out at the local level. Such a...Read more »
The fire department recently came to drain the fire hydrant at my house, while coming across my bridge it collapsed. There is no way for me to leave my house now as that was the only way. It’s going on the third day The fire department said they turned it into their insurance but I haven’t... Read more »
A West Virginia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for five weeks. Hopefully, you've resolved the matter by now. If not, ask them if they could offer the insurance carrier's information to see if the matter could be expedited. If it was a private bridge, you could...Read more »
Rented my home to a life long friend. No written contract, just verbal agreement. She had started "remodel" projects because she said she was going to buy the house. She backed out of buying but never finished her projects. She left tons of trash, destroyed the yard and caused damage to... Read more »
A Washington attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for four weeks. Small claims courts nationwide have limits on dollar amounts. Until you're able to arrange a meaningful consult with an attorney in the state, you could familiarize yourselves online with the state's small...Read more »
An employment attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Until you are able to consult with an employment attorney for meaningful guidance here, you could see whether the company policy or other guidelines address the return of these items. As a PRACTICAL matter if it...Read more »
(1.) I am filing an appeal for "Case "A". Can I use certified transcripts (relevant testimony) from a related case ("Case "B"") even though I'm not appealing from what happened in "Case B"'s hearing?... Read more »
Only a Florida attorney is qualified to answer your question because it would involve state-specific rules of evidence or state exceptions to federal rules. But as a GENERAL matter, the format of this board could make it difficult to look closely at what you contemplate admitting as evidence. You...Read more »
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