The medicine is for his mental condition and they gave him a different medicine that is also for mental conditions but not his medicine. In a nutshell they simply gave him the wrong medicine and admitted it to me and apologized and I said I'm glad it didn't kill him.
Purchased wedding ring and gown. Purchased him $218 Bose ear buds which was a gift
Loaned him $100 of my children child support money and he stated to pay back. I have email of affairs, pictures of him with women, texts, emails of me asking for my $100 back and he told me he is done with... View More
Sorry to hear about your father's experience. I hope that he is OK. If he did not break his tooth or suffer any serious injury, your best bet might be to write a letter to the restaurant explaining what happened. You want to make sure that this doesn't happen to anyone else.
I don't know all of the facts, so I can't be sure. However, this seems like a pretty weak case. If someone is to be responsible for the injuries, there must be some level of fault. The store can be liable if it was somehow negligent in the way it placed it's doors or in some other...View More
Most likely, you will need to set up a trust or trusts to take care of your family. You can set up a special needs trust to take care of your disabled child and a separate trust for your other children. In fact, a special needs trust may allow your disabled child to remain eligible for certain...View More
You definitely have the right to a lawyer, and you should take advantage of that right. You probably don't want to accept any deals until you've discussed it with your attorney. You are entitled to a public defender if you cannot afford a lawyer. Call the public defender's office,...View More
You can try to sue, but you will have some substantial hurdles to overcome. It's really going to depend on what you mean by "not suitable to play on." Whenever someone engages in a sporting event, it's understood that there are certain risks such as falling and breaking a leg....View More
I came up with a product idea (accessory) that would allow a patented product to work with other products (competitor products). Can I create and sell this product or will it be infringing on the original products patent.
You should be able to create and sell an accessory without infringing on the original product. The patent owner only has a right to exclude others from making, using, selling, or importing the product without permission. The patent right does not exclude others from making accessories that can be...View More
If it's a new car and should be under warranty. In that case, you have to give them a chance to repair the vehicle. If they can't fix the problem after a reasonable number of attempts to repair it, then you can get a new car from the manufacturer. After you've taken it in for...View More
It depends on when you earned the money in the 401K and IRA. If you earned the money while you were married, it's community property. If you earned the money before you were married or after a separation or divorce, it's separate property. If you can trace how much was contributed...View More
A trustee is the person who manages a trust. An executor is the person who carries out the instructions for a will and takes care of the estate of the person who died. A trustee will often have many of the same duties as an executor. If you are creating a living trust, it is sound advice to make...View More
Although there is no minimum value needed to create a trust, you want to make sure that a trust is right for your circumstances. One of the most important benefits of a living trust is that assets will transfer outside of probate on your death. In California, estates under $150,000 pass outside of...View More
You can put real property from another state into a California trust. However, you will need to record a new deed with the county recorder's office where the property is located. This deed must show that you have transferred the property into the trust. The county recorder's website...View More
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