He made it look like I was bad mouthing her change so many of the messages that I lost my relationship with her because of it and I’m trying to prove that I didn’t say those things I even took screenshots but at this point it was already submitted to the courts so I have to find out. How can I... View More
Please discuss your matter with a family law attorney. All evidence presented must adhere to the rules of completeness. You can present your rebuttal evidence during the evidentiary hearing or trial or file your evidence that will explain the original evidence in context.
In California, medical malpractice claims are subject to a statute of limitations. This legal timeframe restricts the period during which a lawsuit can be filed. Understanding and adhering to these time constraints is vital to pursuing a successful medical malpractice case.
The court will not hear a case in which the state of limitation has passed. Medical malpractice claims deadlines vary depending on the type of the claim. For your type of matter, the statute has passed and the court will not hear your type of claim. The information provided presents opinions and...View More
I am writing to seek your legal expertise and representation in a medical malpractice case against Clear Lake Regional. In 2015, I underwent a traumatic experience while giving birth to my first child at the hospital. The incident in question revolves around a faulty epidural administration by a... View More
Not all mistakes and omissions will amount to medical malpractice. You have to prove all elements of medical malpractice and have the expert certify that the particular doctor's conduct fell below the standard. Generally, you have one year to file a medical malpractice claim absent a very...View More
On 4/6/23 we had a court hearing for child support, judge order petitioner to pay $1,576. As soon as could I got a copy of the minute order to provide it to the DCSS office but I was told they couldn’t enforce because the judge never clarified or specified the commencement date or start date.... View More
it would be best to request a hearing to get the orders corrected. The information provided presents opinions and examples and does not substitute for, nor does it constitute professional legal advice from an attorney. It is general and may not apply to particular factual or...View More
I was nearly married 14 years with my ex being the main source of income in our marriage. We separated in 2020 and have court next week for spousal support. We both have been in new relationships since, I personally dont live with my partner and not sure what his current situation is
Hi there, there are multiple factors that the court can consider in granting/denying spousal support. Some of the factors are the earning capacity of each party to maintain a sufficient standard of living, contribution to education, ability to pay spousal support, the needs of each party,...View More
My son attends 6th grade at a public school but is often absent. If I try to take him to school myself, my wife becomes verbally and physically abusive. She has made numerous allegations of child abuse against me, all of which have been investigate and found to be untrue. The school district... View More
Please contact the family attorney to go over the specifics of your judgment. If prepared by the attorney, the judgment should specify how the assets and debts are to be divided. The information provided presents opinions and examples and does not substitute for, nor does it constitute professional...View More
He was ordered to temporarily pay $1,000 a month until our next court date this month. He tried to lie about his income the last hearing but the court verified his income with his employer. Now all of a sudden he has been supposedly terminated from his job. He has lied on all of his income... View More
The obligor needs to maintain the obligations for child support. However, the loss of a job may give him a reason for seeking modification. The courts will look for reasons for unemployment. If he quits voluntarily, the court can impute the wages to him. The court will consider education, skills,...View More
I got a restraining order when I fled domestic violence 10 years ago, but never filed for divorce because it was too stressful. I just got a large insurance pay out and he says he is entitled to half, I haven’t seen him in 10 years. Is this true because we have been leagally married this whole... View More
In general, separation and divorce do affect the insurance payouts if you share policies. Please discuss your particular facts with a family law attorney. Restraining orders have time limits unless you obtain a permanent one. The information provided presents opinions and examples and does not...View More
Please talk to a family law attorney before considering any contempt actions. There are specific elements that a charging party must prove to establish contempt. Additionally, there are many defenses which may or may not apply. The information provided presents opinions and examples and does not...View More
Please understand that not all omissions and mistakes will amount to medical malpractice. Please discuss your particular facts with a medical malpractice attorney. The information provided presents opinions and examples and does not substitute for, nor does it constitute professional legal advice...View More
The dog bit me at least 8 times.. he would usually pull the dog off of me. But not every time.. I have been to the ER several times. He never corrected the behavior. I have witnesses. I'm terrified whenever I hear a dog bark now. I would have moved out sooner but had to save money. Now that I... View More
You may sue the boyfriend for the injuries you have received but recovery will depend on the coverage that he has in the policy. The information provided presents opinions and examples and does not substitute for, nor does it constitute professional legal advice from an attorney. It is general and...View More
Torn right patellar tendon that has left me on crutches for over two years in February that has contributed to shoulder tendinitis’s, bone spurs, degenerative lumbar disc disease and daily lower back and shoulder pain. Have reached out to several local attorneys with little or no response. I... View More
You should establish a basis for medical malpractice and notify the medical provider of your intent to file a lawsuit. Usually, this should happen within a year of injury, or one year after the victim discovered or should have discovered the injury, or three years of the date of the malpractice....View More
The judge gave custody to the other parent. But when I got the paperwork back, I had a minute order form, but not any signatures from the judge on anything. Is this ruling effective or do I still have custody of my daughter?
Please consult with the family law attorney. Family Code section 3022 requires that upon either party's request in a contested child custody proceeding, the court shall issue a statement of decision explaining the factual and legal basis for its determination. If your minute order expressly...View More
admitted via referral from Urgent care to ER on 2/9/24 for infected hand. ER staff place IV incorrectly (tried to "float" the IV and failed). Left it that way for 8+ hours pumping meds (2 different bags of IV meds plus contrast for a CT) into my arm instead of my vein 'til my arm... View More
Consult with a medical malpractice attorney for any potential claim. Medical malpractice claims have to prove that the hospitals/doctors/nurses' conduct fell below the standard of care and it caused you injury. The information provided presents opinions and examples and does not substitute...View More
I currently have a custody agreement that states my children will be with me 43% of the time (3 days a week). However, the courts gave our oldest son (17 years) the right to choose when and where he stays. He has now decided to stay 100% of the time with his mom. My ex wants to redo our child... View More
If you could give me the name of a law firm of one or more good medical malpractice attorneys. I live in Valley Springs California. That does not charge a fee unless they win. I would really appreciate it thank you.
Please reach out to the local bar associations to get a referral to a medical malpractice attorney. The information provided presents opinions and examples and does not substitute for, nor does it constitute professional legal advice from an attorney. It is general and may not apply to particular...View More
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