You can file a lawsuit against the person that assaulted you, and his homeowners insurance policy may cover your losses depending on how the assault took place. Often times, a clever lawyer can Argue the facts of the case to the insurance company such that the “exclusion for intentional acts”...Read more »
My half sister (both adults) and I are the beneficiaries on many accounts, but there are several that had none. He also had a home that I lived (and still live in) with a mortgage. I have been paying for the upkeep of the home since he passed. We found out that we have a minor half brother after he... Read more »
If the terms of the court order required that Proof of an insurance policy is required to be produced by your father, and was not produced, then the Estate may argue that the mother of your minor half brother waived her rights because of her failure to act and her continued failure to act to bring...Read more »
Attempted murder charges will still be viable if there were one or more persons in the car at the time he shot at the car. Murder charges can be based on less than an intent to kill upon a showing that the person had a reckless disregard for human life at the time he pulled the trigger. Shooting at...Read more »
Yes, you have a case. Retain counsel here in Florida on contingency fee, which means you don't pay anything unless you win. Keep in mind you have 14 days from the date of the accident to seek medical attention in order to preserve your PIP benefits.
I met my fiance shortly prior to the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. Living in the UK, the moment things became romantic, I had wanted to go, but a strict lockdown of travel has prevented US to UK and UK to US flight. We want to be together, but there is not a way to make this happen. Having... Read more »
So in order to sponsor your fiancé for a K visa, a requirement is that you have to have a physical “in person meeting” within two years of filing the application. There are exceptions to this rule but they are extremely rare and it would not apply to your case based on the summary that you...Read more »
You may have a case. Retain counsel here in Florida on contingency fee, which means you pay nothing unless you win the case. Your case will turn on what evidence you have that the property manager was at fault for this accident (ie lack of lighting, faulty steps, etc) and also the severity of your...Read more »
If you are a US citizen, and your fiancé entered the country legally, then you should sponsor him now for a green card so that he will be legalized upon a successful conclusion of your marriage interview which takes approximately one year after you file the case.
hello, I am a high school graduate looking forward to being a lawyer in the future. I need help from professional lawyers to guide me through the list of subjects I need to study as an undergraduate, and what I need to go through in order to get into a law school. I need every detail, maybe share... Read more »
to Singapore. My father has cancer and cannot fly so I plan to go to him. My plan was to go to the airport with my valid passport but expired visa and leave. Any advice on if this is the right course of action.
would love to know I won't be detained and miss my flight.
OK so anyone who has overstayed his visa by more than 12 months and exits the United States is then barred from returning to the United States for a period of 10 years. If you have overstayed your visa by 20 years and then leave to go back to Singapore, you will not under immigration law be able to...Read more »
I got ran over by a garbage truck while working. I was rushed to the hospital and had to stay for one night. I don't remember signing workers compensation contract. If I was drugged up at the hospital and a workers compensation agent comes in and had me sign their papers, do that counts? Am I... Read more »
You may have a third party case and the contract you signed could be voidable depending on the unique facts of the case. Discuss with counsel here in Florida about possible contingency fee representation.
My wife who is a us citizen was abusing me physically. I then i called the cops and they arrested her . After words I moved out and there was a domestic charge on my spouse . How ever later on i knew that her case was dismissed . Also i know my spouse will... Read more »
You may be a good candidate for the violence against women act. This act also applies to men. An abused spouse does not have to involve the participation of the abuser spouse In order to continue processing his application for lawful permanent residency. Of course this all depends on the...Read more »
Yes you have a case against the store that employed the assailant, if he had a history of violence and the store knew or should’ve known before they hired him. Retain counsel in your state to represent you on a contingency fee basis, which means you don’t pay anything unless you win.
OK I’m very sorry to hear about your loss. You should discuss your case in a private phone consultation with a lawyer here in Florida. If this involves any kind of potential liability for the death of your wife due to the negligence of a tortfeasor, that should be fully investigated. Cases like...Read more »
OK so I have had several cases like this. If you see blood in your stool or if you pass blood, don’t be alarmed, because this usually goes away after a while with a very sharp object like glass or sharp plastic is adjusted. If you do pass blood, make sure you take a picture of it so that you can...Read more »
OK so if your landlord was negligent in causing you to be injured and disabled, then you would have a claim directly against your landlord for damages. You should retain counsel here in Florida on contingency fee, which means you don’t pay anything unless you win the case.
I've been in a relationship with a man from the United States who will visit me in Greece and intends to live with me. But the problem is that we're both men, and in my country, it's illegal to marry somebody of the same gender. Is there any possibility we may marry and I receive a... Read more »
A US citizen can sponsor you for a fiance visa and you can process at the US consulate in Greece. US recognizes same sex marriages. You should discuss your case in detail with counsel before taking any legal steps.
I am a citizen of USA and his 2 daughters, I need to have him here to help me with our daughters, especially our little one who has a medical condition, I have been struggling to get someone to help me with this
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