I'm not sure about the question, but the charges are very serious and you need to 1) no longer ask about this on a website--the website is public and DA's offices do look at them ; (2) contact an attorney who handles criminal defense. 3) if sued, turn it over to your insurance company.
I had been taking Prilosec/omniprosol for years before this happened / Could this have been caused by these medications ? Please sned your response to me at Seculesfarm1@gmail.com or answer me here and Thank you so much ! R k
In most states, there are several other methods by which the statute of limitations can be extended. ... So, if the statute of limitations in your state is three years, and the defendant was outside the state for two years after the accident, the statute... Read more »
In your case I doubt it but why not contact an attorney handling a tobacco litigation case to see--you may be covered under a "class" of people when your state AG or some attorney filed a class action.
Nafa all I want is my 2003 Acura put back the way it was. Geico is claiming a total loss because it needs a rear quarter panel. Based on the condition of the vehicle prior to this accident it was valued at $5K.
It's their choice to give you either the total loss value or cost of fixing. If you say it's valued at 5k then your argument is that their total loss value is incorrect. If you were hurt I suggest you contact a member of the Tenn. Assn for Justice--they give free consults.
It won't enhance the penalties, assuming that having a distracting light isn't a violation of SC vehicle codes. However, if you are in a wreck and cause the wreck someone will make reference to it if they see it. It's like an aggressive bumper sticker--not illegal, won't change the fine or not, but...Read more »
I assume your daughter reported it to the police. You have a claim against that driver's property. (see my answer to your other version of this question). Both of you should consult a member of the Ga. Trial Lawyers Assn--they give free consults.
If a person gets in an accident on his day off while driving a company vehicle is the insurance company only obligated to pay for liability coverage if the person driving the company vehicle is at fault.
You need to contact a member of the Oklahoma Assn for Justice who handles workers compensation to see if you are covered. As to the vehicle wreck, most auto policies have medical, some have wage loss. Ask the attorney about these "first party benefts"
I received a demand letter from an attorney, whose client was alleging he ate cannabis edible cookies he found in my mailbox, the week before Christmas. On the alleged date of his injury, we were not home, and had no knowledge of any cookies. We do live in a legal state (Vermont), and occasionally... Read more »
This is a bit bizarre but nonetheless you should not give the attorney anything but turn it over to your homeowners and let them handle it. They will hire an attorney for you if you are sued. By the way no more posting on social websites--this one included. Good luck.
The statute 52-577d always 30 years past age of majority but the Connecticut state law to sue the state says 1 year. But if you weren’t of majority at the time you were not able to sue. So that is unjust. Is there a way around that or would I have to take it to appeal court ? I filed a claim with... Read more »
You should contact an attorney who handles such claims such as Michael Koskoff to see if there is a way around it. Chances are there are not,because the statute of limitations is set by each state and a court can't overrule that statute.
I paid girl 50 last week nd she was supposed to get other 50 today but failed to provide the dog cage which was part of add she sold it or whatever so i.told her I wont give her other 50 until i get cage. She has now said she is going to take me to court . I wanna know if I'm in the right
You were prepared to go ahead with your end of the deal and she wasn't. You are correct. However often there is something else left out. Does she now say the cage wasn't part of it? If so there is no agreement--you think it's A she thinks it's not A but B ---and if no agreement she should give you...Read more »
You need to send them a written letter demanding the title. But first get them to give you a payment log showing all payments--otherwise they are sure to claim there is a late fee that was never paid or similar.
I sent a question early this morning & was asked where the hit & run took place. It was Rayne, LA. I can't get anyone in that parish to release any info to me. He is not listed as an inmate, yet I can't even get the name of his insurance or his toxicology report. I'm disabled & I feel he or his ins... Read more »
police refuse to do anything and it took them over 4 hours to respond to the broken window. BUT they only responded because the evill spawn threw his ball down my basement and I would not get it. then the cps showed up in 10 minutes. and no it was not shfit change and during the day.
you can sue the parents. You obviously forgot that police like politeness and deference and clearly they were tiring of your free speech. You want cooperation--listen. Maybe it shouldn't be that way, but you are over 21 and should know better.
You can ask a court to order them to stop...Read more »
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