I was told by TN Secretary of State office that majority party candidates are listed first on general election ballots. I cannot find the legal justification for this. Can you direct me to it? Thank you
Several (almost all) employees and I have been falsely promised pay raises, overtime, job security, and working in construction, a lot of personal tools (thousands of dollars worth) are seemingly disappearing. Today we were given our checks (short due to false promises and lies) and told not to... Read more »
Find an employment lawyer near you to discuss these issues. Consultations are covered by the attorney-client privilege so you would not need to be worried about counsel knowing your identity. But much more information would be needed to determine what, if anything, can be done for you.
I had to leave my apartment suddenly with my infant due to a domestic situation that turned violent. The apartment complex has now turned me over to collections. Can they do this if the apartment was rented quickly after I left?
The short answer is, yes. If you broke the lease then you would be responsible for any damages that were not covered by a security deposit. They have a duty to mitigate by getting a new tenant. But even doing that may not have covered anything you owed on the lease.
Poor workmanship on septic system that collapsed and had to be reworked. The county inspector and the State of Tennessee had to be called in to correct this issue. He was not licensed for this work even though he stated he was. He has his own remodeling business with new autos so he is still in... Read more »
If you won a judgment then you can start the collection process. You have the ability to garnish wages, bank accounts, and levy real property. This can be a time consuming and arduous process. Consider hiring an experienced collection attorney to assist.
Up until a year ago we had split 50 50 custody. A year ago I went into rehab on my own and while gone I sent money to her as I could while in treatment. I am back now and the parenting plan is now technically 4/3 . However her income is triple mine . I worked 3 jobs when we were married while she... Read more »
I settled over an $800+ bill in court and paid it off. Now the same collection agency on behalf of the same hospital, is saying i owe another $1900+ from previous service dates before the aforemention $800+ bill. Is this even legal? What should i do?
Could be legal. Sounds like you only settled one bill. Without seeing the other bills, it's hard to say whether they can collection for various issues including statutes of limitations. Consult local counsel to best determine your options.
Depending on your county it can be pretty quick. You can hire counsel or there are forms available on the Tennessee Supreme Court's website that you can do a divorce. The papers must be on file at least 60 days before you can get a hearing. Some counties will even let you waive a hearing....Read more »
I have Multiple Sclerosis & had osteonecrosis from steroids. The surgeon gave me one option, partial knee replacement. He did warn me of a possible MS exacerbation and I said I understand that, I have had them before. He did not warn of permanent disability, severe muscle spasms, stiffness,... Read more »
Medical malpractice cases are far too complicated to answer on a simple forum such as this. You should shop around for a local attorney here on this website or elsewhere to review the facts and records of your case to best determine your options.
Im willing to pay off a collection in full in return to take the derogatory mark off of my credit, do they have the right to reject removal or do they legally have to remove it. ( by they i mean the collection agency)
You can use the search functions on this site or many others to find an attorney that practices family law. Call around and see who you like and would be comfortable hiring. If money is an issue, you could also call around to local legal aid clinics or local bar associations for referrals. There...Read more »
Depends on the claims. Breach of contract is 6 years is most cases; consumer protection act claims are one year; property damage three years. It all just depends on the nature of your case. You'd be wise to consult local counsel.
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