I must have accidentally left the door cracked and he got out while i was working in the yard. I didnt realize he was outside and he ran across the street and attacked my neigbors dog on the leash. It was not on either of our properties. Can they sue? I am willing to pay vet bills.
I was doing at most 35mph, I walked down the block and attempted to find the dog. I couldn’t find the dog so I left because there was no damage to my car and the dog appeared okay. I didn’t report it to anyone because there was no outside and because of the dog being gone. I’m located in PA... Read more »
Hit and run is when you are involved in a collision and there is damage to property or person. Sounds like you have no duty to report it. If you wish you can call up the police for the area where it happened. Make note of when you call. If they say no problem, then just say "thank you."
The person and the unleashed dog want us to pay the full vet bill but since the dog was on our property and was unleashed we don’t think we have to pay the full bill. We told them we are more than willing to pay half but they want us to pay the full 3000$. So what law for Kentucky says that we... Read more »
The titling company she hired didn't come through so she stated she got the PA papers to sell and that was all she needed. I would have to sign the paper and get a witness and then I file in York County to transfer the deed to my name. Sounds much to easy!!
Yes and no. You can have her sign a document agreeing to convey valid title, but you need to describe the land as it is described in the Recorder of Deed's Office. You'd want title insurance to protect yourself.
I never filed a police report, but was preyed on by my friend's friend, having made it known I was not interested in sexual contact multiple times before going to sleep. He waited until I was asleep in my own bed, to "make his move." I suffer from PTSD and am seeing a therapist now,... Read more »
My sister had sex with her boss, who’s 16 years older than she is. The police keep telling us that it’s legal in Pennsylvania, but my parents and I are desperately trying to find out if there are any grounds we can charge him on, such as corruption of a minor or child enticement. It is possible... Read more »
My contract states no refund of deposit after 30 days. It also says any cancellations due to War, global calamity, or death in the family can be scheduled up to a year from the original date. Client wants a refund. I offered to reschedule. Am I okay legally if they speaks to lawyer.
looks like a global calamity, so offer them to reschedule in writing and show you are big hearted by extending it to a year starting June 5th or whenever it would be permissable in your county to have a gathering or event such as was contracted for.
Or is original company that put the dump on the property still responsible? And what if they are no longer in existence? Just want it for grazing land for horses. It is being monitored by DEP. dump is closed and inactive and covered.
If you are covered by a union such as UFCW or SEIU, check with them. Assuming you are not , you need to get the personnel policy. Then you need to consult an attorney who handles employment cases FOR EMPLOYEES-- most attorneys handle them for employers. In the meantime do you have a copy of your...Read more »
We bought a home 3 years ago and started getting invoices from the railroad company that owns the railroad behind our home. Apparently our sewer pipe runs under the railroad. The easement was not disclosed to us when we bought this house and the title company said they did not know about it. It is... Read more »
Recently got stopped going 42.187 in a 25. State trooper dropped it to 30 in a 25 and told me there would be no points and no effect on my insurance and that he was doing me a favor? Researched the vehicle code and I am confused. Is A(3): failure to yield to blind pedestrian? If that was the case,... Read more »
I work as a hospital pharmacist. Recently, on a Friday, I first saw several areas of concern on my back. My thoughts immediately went to my mother and aunt who died of melanoma. Was very upset. At work that evening left a brief resignation letter that my health comes first under the bosses door.... Read more »
you need to get a copy of the hospital's personnel handbook if they have one, also look at any agreements that you signed. You then need to contact an attorney who focuses their practice on employment law. You should drop off a letter to HR confirming your cancellation of your resignation. And...Read more »
I purchased the property 2 years ago and the fence existed before purchase. All the lots in town are the same size. The neighbors that have been here said the fence has been up for over 25 years. Now the new next door property owner wants it moved cause they had it surveyed and 3 foot of it the... Read more »
They can buy it. The problem is that to be registered you need insurance. To get insurance you need a license. If they have a license, get insurance, they can not only buy the car but get it insured and registered.
Medicaid has nothing to do with unlicensed autos. If you mean does it make you over assets, it depends on the value. The medicaid statute doesn't, as I recall, get into the registration status of any vehicle--just do you own it, what is its value.
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