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... Read 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....Read 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...Read more »
My ex and I have been in a nasty custody battle for the last 8 years. She has accused me of everything from not feeding my daughters to sexual abuse. All unfounded and untrue. Because I did not have a lawyer and she did, the Judge ordered that I was not to contact my daughters except through... Read more »
Sentenced 10/2018 Parole Eligible 05/2029. We share 3 children under the age of 16. 14, 11, 9. I have affidavits for the older 2 but the last I listed no father. CA CPS Court recognized him as father of all 3. I am looking to obtain SOLE custody of all 3 mainly due to unhealthy communication from... Read more »
Please discuss the facts with a local family law attorney. The incarceration of a parent, which sometimes follows an application for a domestic violence restraining order, is a significant factor that will require detailed fact-finding by the court so as to make appropriate orders. This is...Read more »
There are many kinds of medical malpractice cases and each one requires a specialist to evaluate facts and applicable law. Please discuss your particular case with the attorney. In order to bring a successful medical malpractice claim, the plaintiff must prove that the healthcare professional...Read more »
Which includes blood in the bowel back in January and March, 2021. Then in Mid June, 2021 I was diagnosed with Stage 3 Metastatic Colon Cancer that originated from a polyp that could have been removed from a colonoscopy procedure before it turned into cancer.
Please discuss your case with the attorney. In order to bring a successful medical malpractice claim, the plaintiff must prove that the healthcare professional failed to adhere to the standard, was responsible for the care, and provided care negligently. Experts must certify that the healthcare...Read more »
Uncle passed due to heart attack. He did not have his high blood pressure medicine. His primary care doctor at Kaiser retired and was in the midst of refilling his prescription. He was unable to fill it and passed shortly.
There are many kinds of medical malpractice cases and each one requires a specialist to evaluate facts and applicable law. If your loved one was injured while receiving care from a medical professional, please contact medical malpractice attorney immediately for a free evaluation.
Please contact the medical malpractice lawyer right away and discuss the case. In an action for injury or death against a health care provider based upon such person’s alleged professional negligence, the time for the commencement of the action shall be three years after the date of injury or one...Read more »
It is a fairly simple process. Custodial parent and stepparent will fill out court forms, there will adoption investigation, consents must be obtained. The court will schedule a hearing. You will get a copy of the adoption order from the court, and the amended birth certificate will be mailed to...Read more »
I have not filed yet but have been talking to the other party about the move. My child is 10. I currently homeschool him and I work remotely. My parents, grandparents and sister’s family are also moving. We all want to live close by in tennessee. They are our main support system. The other party... Read more »
In general, when the parents share joint physical custody under an existing order and in fact, and one parent seeks to relocate with the child, the nonmoving parent who seeks a change of custody to prevent the child's relocation need only establish that the change of custody will be in the...Read more »
He hasn't live in the home since end of December of 2019. I told him he needs to get his stuff out of the garage and he is wanting to get half of the property in the house. I believe that it's been abandoned and that I am being nice letting him get stuff from the garage. I told him he... Read more »
Please discuss with an attorney. The answer depends on the details in your MSA. An attorney must review your agreement in order to properly advise you of your rights and obligations. In general, as soon as practicable after the effective date of this agreement, the parties will meet for the purpose...Read more »
She refuses to become a citizen in order to use the affidavit against me. She cleans houses and does not have earned credits, has been lying to the court in our divorce case claiming we were married in 1994 when in reality we married in 2015-as noted on her immigration application. She is... Read more »
Please discuss your case with a competent family law attorney. In general, in addition to considering the marital standard of living when ordering long-term spousal support, the court must consider all of the following 14 circumstances (also called "4320 factors") that apply to the...Read more »
The rehab refused to let us see or speak to her. She was there only 2 weeks as we insisted on bringing her home. The rehab said we wouldn't be able to care for her, she was COVID and would have to wait. Only the fact that she got an infection and had to be rushed to emergency we were able to... Read more »
Please have your mother evaluated by a qualified doctor and document all of the injuries. Having a complete set of medical records is crucial in any negligence case. Abuse and Negligence can occur at home, home health agencies, assisted living facilities, residential care facilities, skilled...Read more »
Please discuss your case with a family law attorney. When the parents share joint physical custody under an existing order and in fact, and one parent seeks to relocate with the child, the nonmoving parent who seeks a change of custody to prevent the child's relocation need only establish that...Read more »
Compensatory damages could include medical bills, the missed from taking too many sick days, and pay lost in the future from a reduced capacity to work. Also, many courts will consider many different types of injuries. For example, if the plaintiff was badly frightened and suffered nightmares,...Read more »
On August 2021 I Got served for Child Support. I then missed all the mail that was sent to my home because I Had Moved Out for a few months for personal reasons. So without being aware , its turns out they had sent mail for me to apear in court On Dec 22nd for the 1st hearing . I was completely... Read more »
Please discuss your case with an attorney. A modification may be retroactive at most, however, to the date of service of the notice of motion or order to show cause. There are neither equitable nor statutory grounds to modify child support before the date of filing of the motion, and the court may...Read more »
the next few few weeks. I thought I could ask the court for continuance so I can fly back to the east coast for her passing/ funeral. I am now being told there would have to be an exparte hearing because the other party won't agree to it and more than likely he will ask for Temporary orders... Read more »
The purpose of a request for emergency orders is to address matters that cannot be heard on the court's regular hearing calendar. The process is used to request that the court make orders to help prevent an immediate danger or irreparable hard to ta party or to the children involved in the...Read more »
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