If the parents are saying don't study, yes, though I would word it differently. It matters what it's about and the context it would happen in. Chances are a lot was left out of what was filtered back. Why not set down with the teacher, get their side.
If you are being sued by the person, you may want to settle, get a release of all claims, put on the check that it is a release of all claims, then you turn around and defend the subrogation case saying that is really a case that could have been brought by the other person, they released you, not...Read more »
Generally look on it as likely to be unless the only damage was to your car. I agrre, get photos etc but you should consult an attorney who handles traffic charges in the county where it happened, so you know what to do if someone reaches out to you. Like the police.
Contact a member of the La. Trial Lawyers Assn for the Parrish where the wreck happened. They give free consultations.Do not give statements to anyone until then. Sometimes both being at fault is good, sometimes it's a headache. Get the full police report (you may have to pay).Go to a doctor.
My sister had a minor car accident when she hit an old lady's car while changing lanes, but it wasnt a major accident as it only scratched the lady's car. The cop gave my sister just a warning as it was her first accident and the damage was really low, even the lady said she wasn't hurt. Fast... Read more »
If there is insurance on your sister's car then she needs to report it to them. That's what the insurance is for--many people feel their injuries later. To your sister it's a bump. I bet if it happened to her she'd be saying it was a CRASH... You said "our insurance." They are pros, let them handle...Read more »
If you are indigent call legal aid/legal services. Your energy should go into your medical proof---I'm willing to bet you have looked not at the medical evidence but on what you think the medical evidence says.
I live in Georgia. My husband was 43 years old and died of a sudden heart attack last week. I'm 45 and we had no children together. I always thought that when your spouse dies, you collect SSI from their death, regardless of age or having children together. From what I read online, I will get... Read more »
My sister was recently diagnosed with myotonic dystrophy by a neurologist specializing in neuromuscular diseases at USF Medical School. She had worked for the same company (Verizon) for nearly 30 years but was laid off five or six years ago and didn't feel well enough to look for a new job. Her... Read more »
Start by going with her if possible if not by yourself to social security. They will tell you her "insured status." Apply for that and for SSI. It is a process she can do with the help of an opinion letter from her doctor.
Start with the birth certificate. It would help if you can get any records of your first hospitalization, first medical care, even a baptismal certificate. Then you contact the office in Alabama that handles birth certificates. They hopefully have guidance. Go to the Social Security office. They...Read more »
i just recently got out of CPS after being for 6 years, without my permission they have lied to me and taken money out of an account my dad had left for me for 6 years straight paying for things that the government should have, as they do with every other child in custody. So it does not feel right... Read more »
I will be eligible to receive widow benefits shortly. However, once I reach full retirement age, I will be able to receive a substantially higher amount from my ex-husband (married 16 years.) If I choose Widow's benefits, can I later change to the Divorced Spouse? If yes, please let me know where... Read more »
He only has Social Security payments and a very small pension. The SS payments are eaten up by the cost of the Assisted Living facility. The pension is below $150. The credit card debt occurred when he suffered a series of strokes and seizures which has necessitated him living at the assisted... Read more »
and he have commented with bad filthy comments on me and my wife. And he have used my family photos. I have 3 minor children and worried this person will do something bad to me and my family image. I need help or advice to stop this person miss using my family photos in Social Media in unethically... Read more »
Going on SS would avoid all the reports and annual reviews required on Disability. It would be much easier to be on SS. But in doing so, I do not want to lose any financial amounts. My monthly Disability pay is $2,560. I do not want to lose any of this amount if I go on straight SS rather than... Read more »
Contact your local Social Security office. As your payments are about the same (unless you have an offset for a workers compensation or other disability plan coverage) I don't see why you couldn't, except --and you want to ask this--if you are on OASDI, then transition at 70 would that make a...Read more »
You should contact a member of the Assn for Justice of the state where it happened, get the names of their members in the county where it happened, they give free consults. Get a copy of the police report. Yes, it is enough to go by but it's good to have the complete picture.
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