However, as Mr. Kirk notes, it could be careless if the person knew it. More to the point the person if they cause a crash are going to be liable based on the rules of the road. If a person with apnea hits someone generally it will be their fault, but not due to the apnea but...Read more »
she just had a wellness check in dec and he made her another one for saturday i called the office and asked if she needed to really be seen because she was just seen in dec they said no and canceled it he then told me he is taking her anyway what can i do
You need to get an accounting from the State, ultimately you may have to contact the Pennsylvania Civil Liberties Union, because you shouldn't have to sue them in California. Further, there should be a process for accounting. Given the amount of money you may want to contact the California Civil...Read more »
I sold my house on January 16, 2018. the buyers walked through the house and approved all the requested improvements before settlement which took place that day. I now received a civil order that they are suing me 2 years after for repairs to the chimney which was completed before settlement - I... Read more »
New tenant in the building is telling people who work in my office they are not allowed to stand in front of their office on the first floor. We have an awning on the building that protects from rain. I am not impeding the flow of traffic or talking to anyone. I work in the same building on a... Read more »
Depends on how the lease defines that space. If it's part of the public entrance, anyone can stand there. Your employer may want to suggest to the landlord some alternative or approach the business owner on the first floor.
He has had no contact with her in 7 years until recently he went to her place of employment. Simply to shop. She put out a pfa and stated in it that they dated when he was 18 and she was 12 (I know how wrong) but he hasn't had any contact with a minor since. And as stated it was nonsexual. Can they... Read more »
They won't decide because of the PFA, but he needs to consult an attorney who handles criminal cases because depending on what happened it can be an issue. He needs to get a copy of the PFA filing to begin with. He should not discuss this on social media.
I received a letter from an insurance company on monies owed stating they were filing a Praecipe to Enter Judgement. What does that mean? I do not work at this time, and i own a home with my husband. Can they force us to sell our home or sheriffs sale?
She applied for Welfare and they asked her question about the father. She then reached out to him to tell him about his child he never knew he had. Now (13 years later) he has to pay support. Is there a statue of limitations that could protect him since she waited so long to let him know he had a... Read more »
I don't believe there is but he can ask for a blood test or DNA test if he isn't sure. A birth certificate would be a start. An acquaintance was paying child support and when he saw a picture of the child it was apparent he was not the father.
Mom was living in Lancaster county, Pa when she purchased a Cremation Services package for 1300.00 in 1993. Mom now lives with me in Blair County, PA. I called the number on her card and apparently the old company sold the contract and the new company states that there was only $241.00 in the... Read more »
I have worked in a restaurant for the past 4 years. Recently the state of management has gone downhill. As someone who also works in the medical field, I understand I, as an employee, am not allowed to go into work around food with contagious conditions. I provided them two seperate doctors note... Read more »
When my son and his girlfriend were coming home one night in January 2020 they came upon a truck with yellow flashing lights on the side of the road. The speed limit was 55 mph There was another car a short distance in front of them also. They proceeded to slow down as they approached the scene.... Read more »
Rental insurance cause they're renting from a relative, I had no way to avoid the dog, is it worth going after the person to get my $501 deductible back I'm having to pay for my insurance to fix my car?
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