The company has general contractor license and liability insurance, but does not have the worker's compensation insurance, and the workers will sign Waiver and Release from Liability Form before the job start.
If their workers get injured in my home during the job, am I responsible to pay... Read more »
That is up to you to decide. I handle plaintiff side only. You can bet normally speaking insurance company will assign experienced attorneys. However, you can usually pick according to your policy-check it. Sometimes your insurance company will not settle a case when it is advisable and put your...Read more »
In most parts of the state there are no e-filing requirements yet unless you are in federal court. Since you posted in small claims question area I don't believe that is the case for you. In 2013, Cook will be rolling out new rules on e-filing. Right now the Cook commercial calendar has some...Read more »
Normally speaking if it is not small claims case, you can call Sheriff of the County where the defendant lives or has a business (this should be where you gave copy of complaint and summons to for service) and ask them.
Usually in this situation if you both signed the lease each of you are jointly and severally liable for rent. What this means is the landlord can sue either of you, or both of you, for the FULL amount of the rent. He can get a judgment or collect against only one of you if he wants. However, you...Read more »
It usually means that the lender was supposed to give certain disclosures about lending terms and it was not given according to federal regulations. I recommend looking at NACA (National Association for Consumer Advocates, http://www.naca.net/) page for more detailed advice and a list of attorneys...Read more »
If you were injured at work you could file a work comp claim. If your injury at work was the fault of a co-worker, such as a foreman, normally it would be a work comp case but there are exceptions. A full analysis would have to be done. Feel free to call or email a work comp lawyer such as myself....Read more »
I am not licensed in AZ. You should consult a personal injury lawyer licensed in that state. You will have to show that the hotel had some fault in your injury. That is not clear from your answer. You should make sure if you are receiving treatment that you tell your medical providers what happened...Read more »
Unfortunately what you're asking is not clear. You should provide more detail. You are using the term "emergency motion" which implies that you have a filed court case. Is that correct? What kind of case has been filed?
If you are asking whether a car owner (who's vehicle has been damaged) and the person who drove the car owner's vehicle (who was personally injured in an accident that is someone's fault) can be handled as separate claims, the answer is yes. Sometimes a car owner may be sued for providing a car to...Read more »
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