I DO have insurance however I am waiting on the proof in the mail and it still hasn't arrived yet. I do have my policy number and the name of the third party insurance I am using but I still don't have physical proof of the insurance. I am 23 years old with a Bachelors degree and majored in CJ and... Read more »
I was recently hurt badly at work. I used marijuana 2 weeks prior to my accident. I got smashed by a tree clearing timber. I'm a carpenter not a logger. Broken femor high up by hip. Won't walk for at least 8 months and possibly never be the same. I was absolutely not using marijuana at the time of... Read more »
You need to hire an attorney to handle your workers compensation case. You need to understand that an employer will likely fight your claim, because it seems like your claim will be very large on the damages.
As for the marijuana, your attorney will need to conduct discovery to see what...Read more »
I am not exactly sure what you are asking. There are certainly limits to the attorneys fees, however if you took out a loan for the case that loan needs to be paid back. Paying the loan back is generally in addition to attorneys fees.
I'm a little confused as to your question. I will take a stab at it though. No the prosecutor does not need to present physical evidence at the preliminary hearing. The prosecutor need only present enough evidence to show probable cause at the prelim.
Unfortunately, once you have called the prosecutor, it is up to the prosecutor to decide whether or not to bring the case. You can certainly inform the prosecutor that you do not want to press forward with the case, he/she may listen to you.
it was an alcohol related accident in missouri. I didn't have insurance. i was convicted and went to prison. restitution was paid as part of my probation and that was the thousand dollar deductible to repair the other person's car. now they are suing for the amount of the vehicle replacement... Read more »
I had a discrimination and wrongful termination case. The judge first granted the other party summary judgment but the order wasn't final. my attorney dismissed the case so he can file an appeal before we had the settlement conference. at the conference the judge said that he made an error in... Read more »
This is certainly a difficult situation, but any attorney would need to read the pleadings before being able to give an answer about the merits of this case. It sounds like there may be something worth looking into deeper, but you need to speak with a legal malpractice attorney in person....Read more »
I drove the car about 35 miles, and it started making a strange noise, so i pulled over, and then it wouldn't start, there is something wrong inside the motor, and it has been in the shop for over a week, and they still have not told me what is wrong with it, but they did tell me that it will cost... Read more »
The issue with "as is" vehicles is that they are not covered under Missouri's lemon law. The lemon law only applies to new vehicles, not used vehicles. You may have an action for a breech of warranty, depending on what the dealer represented to you in the buying process.
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