Property taxes go with the home. If you want to keep the home and can afford it you can pay the taxes through a Chp 13. If you can't afford the payments and have equity you should consider selling the house rather than a foreclosure or tax sale. I have helped many people in similar situations.
The walker hit my right shoulder and right hand. This happened on Friday evening during my shift. I put in an incident report. I was off the following day Saturday. I went in to work on Sunday where management had insisted I go to urgent care, which took my whole shift. I was diagnosed with... Read more »
From behind and breaks my leg and goes off on my head with his feet knees and blows to my face and has to be pulled off then leaves the scene is that a crime and what PC did he violate. I had surgery on broken leg and suffered lacerations needing stiches and a broken eye socket. On an eye I was... Read more »
I had surgery in 2017 to repair a rectal prolapse and have suffered from pain and incontinence ever since. The surgeon who did the procedure left the state (California) 6 months after the surgery. Since then I have been trying to find out what's wrong but it hasn't been easy. My PCP... Read more »
You might be able to take some action but you need to schedule an appointment with an experienced MedMal attorney. The doctor most likely had insurance at the time of the surgery which would apply even though he moved. Also his employer may have had insurance if he worked in a group. A good...Read more »
We've been really sick due to mold all through the house we have hired real professionals to tell us that there's mold everywhere reported to our landlord or landlord is not taking care of it because she don't want to pay out-of-pocket her insurance denied it so she hires an... Read more »
I was involved in a car accident that i was not at fault. However, my auto insurance has not taken responsibility of my claim. It has been a while and I've tried contacting them but thus far i haven't gotten a response. I want them to pay for my totaled car and my ignored injuries. They... Read more »
You need to contact an attorney who handles personal injury cases. Just so you know.. the other party to the accident is responsible for your totaled car and your personal injuries. If the other side didn't have insurance then you need to have Uninsured Motorist coverage on your policy. An...Read more »
I plan on purchasing a truck used primarily for work, but also for personal use. In order to utilize tax benefits such as "bonus depreciation" the vehicle has to be titled in the company name. I fear that if myself or my spouse are driving the vehicle and are sued in the event of an... Read more »
As the previous answers state - you cover any risk you might have with insurance. Sit down with your insurance agent and let them know how you plan to use the vehicle and what coverages would then apply. It's also good to get an umbrella policy - which surprisingly are quite affordable.
Slip & Fall Case. Plaintiff is the tenant. Defendant is the landlord. Landlord admits he knew about, & agreed to hire someone fix a broken drain ASAP but definitely prior to a planned bday party a few weeks later. He kept forgetting & the tenant slipped & fell on pooled water that... Read more »
There are a lot of questions that need to be answered before we could give you some good answers... I suggest you get a personal injury attorney on your side so that you don't miss anything.. It sounds like a small policy for a landlord to have.. One of first things we do in a case like this...Read more »
Hi, my boyfriend got into an accident while driving my car. He also has his own insurance. My boyfriend was determined at-fault and the other driver wants to file a lawsuit against both me and my boyfriend. Both my boyfriend and I have insurance of our own and we both pay premium. On top of asking... Read more »
Your insurance and his most likely should provide you an attorney if it can't be settled with the policy limits. You might consult with an attorney just to make you feel better. They could explain all possible scenarios and hopefully put you at ease. Good luck to you.
I was staying at a hospital post partum (delivery) and the bathroom shower knob fell on my foot. I have been experiencing foot pain for over two years and despite all my efforts to fix the pain ( massages, nerve tests, physical test) nothing has improved. The pain is interfering with my daily life... Read more »
I sold the vehicle, I had them sign their name and everything necessary on the pink slip, as well as my signature to release it, but forgot to remove and take the release of liability. The person has caused damages worth 20k yet I am liable. I have records of the conversation leading up to the... Read more »
Hopefully you hired a licensed contractor. The contractor should have insurance coverage. You should inquire to your contractor if they have liability insurance and also put them on notice of a possible claim... and while you are at it ask them if there is a possibility that your condo has asbestos...Read more »
I just went into CVS pharmacy to buy a drink (Starbucks Coffee) drank it and went on my hike. An hour an a half into my hike, had horrible stomach pains to the point where I soiled myself because there were no restrooms around. Got home and still experiencing pains. Decided to check the sell by... Read more »
The previous answer is good.. but you might contact the manufacturer and explain the problem and sometimes they will give you some good value in the form of coupons. don't send them the product until they give you something. You could also sue them in small claims court for your costs and the...Read more »
So in a incident, two caps rammed their cars on a suspect which was evading on a light motorcycle charged with misdemeanor of reckless driving. The pursuit was barely lasting 10 min and was in a place with no citizens around. The ramming left the suspect paralyzed.
it's possible but the police have a lot of immunities when chasing suspects. We handle these cases and they are difficult. Sit down with an attorney with this type of experience and have a FREE consultation. good luck to you... TED
If the car that hit her was at fault you should talk to a personal injury lawyer right away. do you know who posted the video and why they did it. Sit down with an attorney and discuss all of the above..
The suspect ran the red light at a high rate of speed and T boned me.
Later the police asked me to sign something at the hospital..(idk what it said.) It was then they admitted to having no sirens on b/c they were trying to catch up to him. The vehicle was stolen, and I had no uninsured... Read more »
I'm sorry to hear about your injuries. I have a case exactly like yours. They are very difficult cases because the law gives the police almost absolute immunity in this type of accident. The needs to be changed and we are working on that. All cases are unique and different so you should sit...Read more »
You might be able to sue the owner of the property depending on why you fell. If you haven't already you should go take pictures of what made you fall before they can fix it. You asked if you could sue California which I'm assuming you meant can I sue in California. Slip and falls in...Read more »
The other party said she was ok, but after filing a personal property claim with my insurance company 8 days ago, she has not returned any calls. I'm concerned she may be attorney shopping. My Bodily Injury limit is only 15k. What are the chances of this exceeding my policy limits ?
Your insurance company should handle it for you. If she did get an attorney they most likely would tell her not to talk to anyone. In the future you need enough coverage so that you don't worry when you get in an accident. Let your own insurance handle it and periodically check in with them if...Read more »
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