In this situation, rental income is to be used for the beneficiary's Special Needs Trust. There is a home that needs to be cleaned and rented yet the trustee has not done anything to take control of the property, clean and get it back on the rental market. I feel this is a breach of his... Read more »
I wish to hire an attorney to help with preparing an "opposition to motion to deem matters admitted". Is it possible to hire for only that, or will attorneys require they represent me throughout the entire case?
In lawsuit draft lawyer states dates that have nothing to do with our case, stated use of wheelchair when we stated use of walker! Politely asked false info be removed and then once again asked for 2nd date that does not exist which we refused to furnish!
I know that Mandamus reinstatement mitigates legal malpractice damages. 1.) BUT, that horror cost me 2 1/2 years of my life & much legal fees. Other than the Bar complaint, the atty gets away w/ it & I'm stuck w/ 2 1/2 yrs of my lost life & a lot of legal fees? Continuing... Read more »
I answered the lawsuit within the 30 day period however they filed a "motion to deem request for admission". The hearing (which doesn't require an appearance) is scheduled for 3/4/22. Problem is, I was never served, mailed, or emailed any Request For Admissions. What motion should I... Read more »
My mother was sued by a debt collector in California and had a lien placed on her home. There was no notification and was never served to appear in court. Apparently, the court sent my mother a notification after the fact that she had a judgment filed against her and now has a lien against her... Read more »
(a) A party may amend its pleading once without leave of the court at any time before the answer, demurrer, or motion to strike is filed, or after a demurrer or motion to strike is filed but before the demurrer or motion to strike is heard if the...Read more »
My father is currently in a Nevada hospital, now at day 5 we're told he might not make it. He was having cold like symtoms and slight shortness of breath, he was contemplating even going but decided to just to have them take a look just in case. He wasn't struggling, no signs of of lack... Read more »
If a diagnosis of skin condition that is highly contagious won’t be tested for after 2x of asking the doctor to, be negligent or irresponsible?Family member confided that after uncle was diagnosed with skin thing she highly suspected another condition. Called doc left message, she emailed doc,... Read more »
It is my opinion that Dr.D treated the patient within the standard of care at all times.Dr.properly and within the standard of care recommended and performed a series of injections in knee. Dr.D properly consented to the knee injections (but the informed consent form with the client's... Read more »
In 1998, he created a QPRT for them, which owns their home. Their three adult children are beneficiaries. Two of the beneficiaries don't like the idea of inheriting a house without a step-up in basis. The lawyer wrote to the third, who is the successor trustee, to tell her that, and also that,... Read more »
It was for a monetary position and I think the report was edited before being sent to me verses the report sent to the decision makers in the situation. So she basically changed my medical records before sending them to me *after taking steps to keep me from seeing the report at all. There are... Read more »
If you are considering bringing a legal malpractice lawsuit, you should confer with an experienced legal malpractice attorney prior to your taking any action, including filing a complaint with the bar.
i wrk for Goodyear i wrk from 8 to 6 pm but they only payed me for 49 hrs, when i got hire i mention that i had to got school Monday/Thursday, today they wanted me to stay for a meeting, i explain to the manger that i had to go to school and that going to school was more important, that staying for... Read more »
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