I was walking into the building and the mechanism broke off the door fell and hit me in the head. I was in the Hospital for a while, gave me whiplash aswell as strained my neck and spine and is preventing me from going to work.
This sounds like a lack of proper maintenance. I would contact the manager and let them know you would like to speak with their insurance. I recommend that you consult with a local attorney to assist with the resolution of the claim to maximize the amount of your recovery.
Yes, the federal government has jurisdiction of the payment and collection of settlement funds and overpayments. The Centers for Medicare / Medicaid Services, CMS handles this through a department called MSPRC.
This question depends on the current mental capacity of your father. Since you are POA you do have legal authority and could ask for the bank to remove her name. The issue is that your father should have free will to do what he pleases with his money unless he is unable to comprehend his...View More
There are limits on the amount of assets that a party can have and still receive public assistance. To answer your question it would be necessary to see the documents involved. I strongly recommend that you meet with a local elder law, estate planning attorney to assist with the Medicaid /...View More
Statute of Limitation Questions can be complicated - I recommend that you consult with a local attorney. In general wrongful death claims have a 3 year SOL from the date of death. Liquor liability claims are called dram shop claims, which have additional requirements for notice.
I am in Minnesota, my x-husband was suppsoe to get his own loan so that I could ahve my name removed. I was just informed that he is two months behind and he never submitted the paperwork for the loan. In order for him to submit the paperwork, I had to sign a quick claim deed. Can I kick him out... View More
If it is personal property, you may not have the right to the property if she properly noted you in the bankruptcy for any debt attached to her. If it is a car, boat, home with title the answer may be different if you can establish a lien interest.
I would need more facts to give a legal...View More
I would need more information. The employer would not be entitled to penalize you for quitting. I presume you are talking about the a delay in payment which some employers have for payment of payroll which should not reduce what you are paid in total.
The Defense attorneys get the records usually from a signed authorization which you provide (after an attorney reviews and edits). Sometimes the defense is given records from the facility at issue. For example if you are hurt in the nursing home the attorney for the nursing home may have the...View More
It means that you are unable to recover (get money) from the government for that particular claim or issue.
I recommend you contact a qualified Minnesota personal injury attorney to consult with on your interpretation of the statute.
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