This landlord has many many problem properties n is well known there were only 3 steps and railings were broken off yrs ago.. bldg next door recently had fire was condemned yet City made him replace all 4 outside flights of steps they were so bad. I have pics of all,also 2 weeks b4 fall was told... Read more »
A Massachusetts attorney could advise best but your question remains open for two weeks. You raise a number of questions, and the best way to answer them could be to try to arrange a free initial consult with a MA attorney. As a general practice nationwide, injury firms that handle slip and fall...Read more »
A Tennessee attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. This requires closer examination than is possible in the limited scope here. It could depend on the type of lien and other possible factors. There are certain liens, such as public health liens, that are subject...Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. I could only speak for the personal injury aspects of your question; a landlord-tenant attorney could advise on the tenant rights-related aspects. There are injury firms that handle mold cases. But nationwide in...Read more »
My daughter is in middle school in Washington state. She went to school today wearing some wedged boots forgetting that today was PE. When she entered the gym both teachers surrounded her and belittled her. They also made her hold her hand out and slapped the back of her hand. Do I have any... Read more »
A Washington attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. I'm sorry this happened to your daughter. From the situation you describe, it's possible evidence could be of a fleeting nature in terms of video recordings or eyewitness recollection. You could reach out...Read more »
An Oregon attorney (or an attorney in the last state in which the car was registered) could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. In terms of the charity-related issues, it could depend on the organization. Some want a complete folder of paperwork including title, registration,...Read more »
The persons who car I hit doesn’t want to go through insurance and instead wants me to pay out of pocket. I am willing to go through insurance any pay their deductible because it will be far less expensive than paying out of pocket. What’s my next move?
An Arizona attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. It looks like this could be another person's vehicle (but it isn't fully clear from the description). If that's the case, you should consider asking them what their wishes are, since it would involve...Read more »
Stayed in my partner's relative's house in Los Angeles County and suffered from unexpected emotional abuse during my stay. Severe depression and anxiety that lasted for almost a year after was caused as a result. Looking to file a case against the incident.
Since this took place in Los Angeles, a California attorney could advise best. But your question remains open for two weeks. It does not look like a matter that an injury law firm would consider handling on a contingency basis. Not to diminish your ordeal, but with these types of settings, it could...Read more »
I am the administrator of my father's estate. My stepmother who predeceased him took out a mortgage in her name only. I cannot get any information on the loan until i get my name added to the deed. What is the quickest way for me to get this done. This information is needed urgently.
You may be better off reposting under the "Real Estate" category. I'm sorry your question remains open for two weeks, given the urgency of the matter. It was probably overlooked under the "Government Contracts" heading. Some questions do go unanswered on this forum, but you...Read more »
I was wondering if I had to provide the arbitrator with the transcripts of the phone call I had with my insurance company about the accident? The guy tried suing me and when that wasn't working out he decided to take things to small claims.
A California attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. It could depend on the court. If you're in small claims, it suggests there are probably no injuries. If it will take time to order and retrieve the transcripts, it could be up to the court. In general...Read more »
A Wisconsin attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Electric utilities nationwide have broad authority when it comes to protecting and maintaining their transmission infrastructure, including removing trees and other hazards that could ice, bring down cables, and...Read more »
An Indiana attorney could advise best but your question remains open for a week. Although students sometimes seek guidance on Justia, this appears to be a question based on an actual, real-life setting. It would be a federal trial court case. District courts are the first level trial courts in the...Read more »
A Missouri attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. It could depend on the total circumstances, whether the fall was the result of poor lighting, engineering defect, negligence in maintenance, etc. The best way to answer your question would be to reach out to Missouri...Read more »
We are currently waiting on my dad's who has passed away settlement check, they have held out 52,000 for almost 2 years and the lawyers were paid over a year ago and still no check, they will not return phone calls and we have called and called and called and done their job for them for months... Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. I'm sorry for your ordeal here. Unfortunately, Medicare and Medicaid liens can take a long time to reconcile, and as you describe, many of these liens are managed by third-party administrators contracted by the...Read more »
I purchased a grocery store pitted olive salad that they process in the store and source the Olives from another company. They investigated it and said that in the ingredients small print on packaging it says may have small pieces of pit or pits. They said they would give be my initial dental... Read more »
An Arizona attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. Unless you're being presented with the opportunity of going to arbitration, one option is looking into whether the matter falls within the limits of Arizona small claims court. Another option is reaching out...Read more »
An Arkansas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. You need to search for attorneys who handle Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) matters. You could try searching under ADA and civil rights law firms. You could check with the Arkansas Bar Association. Most...Read more »
If the judge is reassigned, they could sometimes take their clerks with them. If the judge is missing, the clerk(s) could be offered clerkship with succeeding judge. It could depend on the specifics of the situation and the needs of the court. Good luck
I am not even aware if he put me on my own suit or lumped me into a class action. Only communication ever is me emailing a inquiry once a year to them and usually the same reply. Waiting for negotiation. How many years does this take and shouldn't I hear about this from the attorney? Be... Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. These cases could take longer than other types of injury cases, such as less complex car accident cases. An individual case could become one of hundreds in ongoing multidistrict litigation. Cases could be reassigned from...Read more »
In auto insurance, it means that providing late notice to an insurance carrier of an accident could prejudice (or undermine) their rights. They could lose the ability to investigate the accident in a timely manner. If they can't question witnesses when their recollection is fresh, examine a...Read more »
She called to tell me after the incident that her neck is swollen which I haven’t seen and she told she’s been to the hospital and her medication bills cost $3000. I haven’t seen any hospital billing and we have not spoken to any legal personnel including the police.
Your post does not include a state, but I could speak in general terms. It sounds like you may be in a non no-fault jurisdiction. Whatever the case, here is something to think about. If you go through your insurance company, they will assign a file to her injuries and handle all claims related to...Read more »
I ATTEMPTED TO CONTACT THE PERSON THAT IS OWED THE MONEY AND THEY REFUSED PAYMENTS . THEN THEY SAID THEY WOULD ACCEPT A LUMP SUM OF 100000 DOLLARS .I NEED TO MAKE PAYMENTS OF AROUND 2000 A MONTH TIL PAYED OFF. THE STATE IS CALIFORNIA AND THE COUNTY IS SHASTA COUNTY.
A California attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. To offer meaningful direction, an attorney is going to ask to see the closing documents for the lawsuit. If you discuss your options with an attorney, ask them about a written release form (if you have not...Read more »
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