Peter N. Munsing's answer I don't think you signing would be a problem as long as they state that this is not a reduction due to your conduct but just their business. Why not ask unemployment first? (for what it's worth, I understand the VA was looking for PT's).
Peter N. Munsing's answer You can try. What is important is the date recited. If it says on February 20 the Defendant did...... you can plead not guilty. DJ courts aren't big on typos but there's a difference between a 20 and a 30, a february and a March--they might give it to you. Be careful if you win and have to drive that area--you can bet someone will be watching for you.
Peter N. Munsing's answer You need to find out if someone else is using it. The Navy PX is called NEX and would have at least a service mark if not a trademark. There would be a problem if a Court found there was confusion. So I think unless you get their permission that isn't likely but I would suggest you contact a Trademark attorney before giving up hope.
Peter N. Munsing's answer Possibly but all you can get is the market value of your cat--not what it means to you. You would also have to show you have tried to get it and it can't be found. The other attorney suggested leaving the window open. I suggest window open and the cat's favorite food sitting there--at least while someone is in the area to make sure you don't end up attracting birds etc.
Peter N. Munsing's answer You need to at least contact an attorney who handles partnerships as there are issues about breach of trust and other matters that impact this, and to write a letter called a "cease and desist" letter on your behalf. Ultimately you would be looking for some type of Declaratory Judgment and damages. It's a cost/benefit analysis, but cops don't get involved in theft of trade name.
Peter N. Munsing's answer Depends entirely on your change in abilities and how that affects your employment. Remember, it's not the inability to do your old job but you have to be unable to do any job that exists for medical reasons. Is there a reason why you can't, for example, take tickets at a parking lot?
Peter N. Munsing's answer Go to Social Security for a replacement card. Ask your parents if they will give you a photocopy of the certificate which will speed up your getting the certificate. Ideally, see if there is a relative who they will listen to who will intervene, at least get them to give you copies of the birth certificate.
Peter N. Munsing's answer not sure what you want to know about that ticket. If it's weather, you have a duty to drive according to the weather conditions. You can drive at 25 in a 50 zone and still be driving too fast for conditions if there's a whiteout and you rearend someone, or you skid out whenyou would not have if you had slowed down or pulled over.
Peter N. Munsing's answer Depends what you were charged with. Get the police report. See if there's a video. Get photos of your car. Consider hiring an attorney who hanlde tickets if you can afford it. Respond to the summons.
Peter N. Munsing's answer No great reason unless the person had no sign of alcohol and claimed no use--they need probable cause, and if the person wasn't dead on the scene the fact there is a hit isn't enough.
Peter N. Munsing's answer There is no ratio in any state. What they look at is the type of the treatment; who rendered it--specialist, GP, Chiro etc--the seriousness of the impairment. You could go in as Class 1 trauma, rack up an impressive bill for MRi'S & TESTING, and be well in a week.
Peter N. Munsing's answer Usually the vehicle you are in is primary. Talk to your company but unless they go with it it's mom's policy. You can agree to pay for any increase in her policy 9f it was your fault. Now if it's not your fault, no problem.
Peter N. Munsing's answer If fine line did it without authorization it should be on them. Your position should be that the insurance company should pay and then go after fine line. File a complaint with the insurance commissioner. Talk to your state rep.
Peter N. Munsing's answer Is there a police report? If so what did the cop say? Was the other driver cited? File a complaint with the insurance commissioner in your state. This is a bogus ploy that insurance companies like to pull out and it needs legislative action.
Peter N. Munsing's answer Not sure why you're asking but yes, if video footage especially. Contact a member of the Ala Trial Lawyers Assn--they give free consults. All the best in your quest for justice.
Peter N. Munsing's answer You may be able to hold their license until they pay. Suggest you contact a member of the Fla Justice Assn. Also, bills after your pip should be run through your medical insurance.
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