In most states the most you can get for the death of a dog is the "market value" of the dog. You may be able to get negligent infliction of emotional distress--suggest you contact a member of the Nv assn for Justice in the county where this happened--they give free consults.
The suit takes place in the state where the actions that caused the death happened. Suggest you look for the county where the decedent lived at the time of death. That will have the Estate of ____________, the decedent. That will tell you who was notified, the lawyer handling the claim, the lawyer...Read more »
My son was in the Army and got hurt and had to have his whole left hip replaced. Because he was on so many pain meds he lost his life. Can I receive money from these law suits and from all the pain of losing my son and what he had do indure. Gary Phillips firstname.lastname@example.org
First please ask Justia to take down your email address. You'll get all types of unwanted attention.
Second, as to your question, you need to contact the person at the Attorney General's office to see if they are filing on behalf of the state or on behalf of people in your son's situation,...Read more »
Lawyer doesn't want to honor our contract because he got 2 cases that would've been profitable tossed out of court by cancelling all depositions. Now he don't want to continue with case against my sister's killer because he knows this person has no assets. But we signed a contract.
Wondering of rights as resident. Called town and being told keep kids out of road. Not addressing the law breaking of residents. Put slow down structure at foot of driveway. What else can I do to stop a child from being killed. What are the children's rights.
Petition the local city council or whatever form of government you have for placement of a speed limit sign etc. However kids should not be riding bikes on roadways unless they are fully competent, have helmets on etc. We lived on a road like that and that's one of the reasons we moved--no way...Read more »
If you have a licence plead not guilty. You can try bringing your friend, pleading not guilty because of emergency circumstances, but as your friend could have pulled over for a nap, a court may not buy it. Generally no jail time at all--it's a non-criminal traffic case. You say you were...Read more »
she has yet to fix my staircase which I fell down and have paperwork showing it caused a concussion and shoulder injury. I now deal with a traumatic brain injury which built up to much fluid and I'm on medication for the migraines. I also have a leak in my roof that is causing the ceiling to sag in... Read more »
My daughter's bf was getting onto exit and veered back onto the expressway and cut off an suv and the suv lost control and rolled over several times. the driver was injured. his insurance had expired. they let him go with 2 citations and a court date. he is only working part time. he and my... Read more »
Was it his vehicle? if not and the vehicle had insurance that would cover him. He can contact legal aid but chances are they won't handle a case like that as it's not a criminal case. Ultimately, if he's sued, bankruptcy may be his best option.
Who is handicapped the dog? Whether handicapped or not, it is up to you to make sure Houdini the dog can't get out. He gets out, you get cited. If you can explain why it isn't your fault you can plead not guilty but chances are it'll be on you.
Would it be filied in county he lived or county the accident happened? I'm having extreme difficulty finding it. I do not talk to his wife which is the one that filied it. I do know she filied one because my sister and I were going to file but she already had. I just want to see the details of it... Read more »
It could be filed either county. Check both. Start with the county where he lived at date of death. they will have an estate opened for purposes of litigation. That will have information on the court case, and an "order of distribution." That says whether someone claimed you and your sister would...Read more »
I was caught driving with a suspended license recently, that's how the cop knew it was suspended. He pulled me over again today, for no other reason then my license was suspended. The car I was driving is not registered in my name, registered owner has a valid liciense. The cop actually said to me... Read more »
He knew from personal knowledge your license was suspended. Sounds like he gave you a break. He sees you driving any vehicle, he has cause to at least check you out, I believe. However do consult an attorney who handles tickets because if you got a 2nd driving while suspended your license will be...Read more »
We have a house that was transferred from my grandparents. The deed reads as:
(Dad's name), a married individual, (my name) a single individual, (brother's name), a single individual, as joint tenants with right of survivorship and not tenants in common. (herein called "Grantees")... Read more »
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