You have not provided enough information to provide you with a meaningful response. If the case had been in litigation and a stipulated judgment was entered with CCP 664 language, which allows to retain jurisdiction on the case you could have some recourse. Without knowing all the important facts...Read more »
Did you blow a 0.09 on the PAS device? (Preliminary Alcohol Screening). Why were you pulled over? There are many questions that a qualified attorney would need to speak to you and ask you about to evaluate your case further. It is definitely worth contacting an attorney and speaking with them over...Read more »
Generally the party, meaning you need to pay any sanctions. However, it really depends on the judges original order and who it was directed towards. If as you mention here the order had instructed your attorney to refrain from doing something, he may be responsible for paying any sanctions for...Read more »
The prosecution will likely offer him a reduced charge. However, I would strongly recommend hiring an attorney to evaluate his case. There could be a chance depending on the facts of the case to have the charges dismissed altogether.
I was a passenger in a lyft vehicle in 2017 and was in an accident. My driver went straight onto the train tracks and hit the railing. her windshield ended up shattering and we almost got hit by the train, luckily we didn't. I decided not to go on with the claim last year as I was in too much... Read more »
The statute of limitation for personal injury claims is 2 years. You should not have any issues pursuing the claim. I would recommend contacting an attorney local to the place where the collision occurred to evaluate you case.
Depending on the date when the accident happened, each claimant will have 2 years from that date to make any claim that they may have. Insurance companies will not settle the claim generally until all claimant's rights have been determined or if the other claimant's specifically state...Read more »
is my lawyer telling me the truth? Because i am still on medication and therapy for 8 months now and he just told me that today april 19, 2018 that my case is not strong. So the insurance would not pay that everything i have been paying for my recovery? and the fact that i still have constant... Read more »
I would certainly suggest that you consult with some other attorneys in your local area. I would suggest contacting a personal injury attorney that is familiar with brain injuries and has trial experience!
You also have every right to get a second opinion and fire your attorney at any...Read more »
The first appearance is generally a master calendar hearing where the charges against your husband will be read against him. Each case however is different and without knowing the specifics of your husbands case it is extremely difficult to tell you how to prepare for this. I would strongly advise...Read more »
The payout on your car depends on the amount of damage. The insurance company will send a field adjuster to give you an estimate. As to compensations for your injuries that all depends on your injuries. It is impossible to answer in the abstract without medical documentation annd diagnosis. It is...Read more »
Generally yes. I say generally because the search needs to be incident to a lawful arrest. So assuming the arrest was lawful to begin with they would be able to search the inside of your car. However, they would not be able to search the trunk of your vehicle, unless they have probably cause to...Read more »
A few weeks back there was an incident that happened where my car was hit on the passenger door side. The driver of the other vehicle stayed for about 10 minutes but when the police was called she drove away (almost running me over). I obtained the police report and she was found at fault and given... Read more »
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