Almost 2 weeks ago, around 3:00 p.m. a careless driver totaled my 16 y/o son's motorcycle. The responding law-enforcement officers documented that the elderly driver had exited a private, gated residential community; then recklessly drove into the lane (county road) where my 16 y/o son was... Read more »
Yes, the law provides for people to collect compensatory damages for injuries and property damage inflicted by another parties negligence/recklessness. For specific advice and direction you should reach out to an attorney that handles automobile/motorcycle accidents.
or General liability to which in the incident report they admitting they fault i have a right knee injury in which I'm keeping fluid on my knee as I stand 8 to 12 hours a day and i have already signed up for workmans comp and m just waiting. I just need some legal advise on what could i do... Read more »
You should consult an attorney so that they can review the specific facts of your case to determine if there is a 3rd party claim to be made; however, if you were on the clock at the time of the incident this sounds like a straight work comp claim.
The attorney owns property that requires access through my property, as well as other property owners. We have never required permission from any residents to pass through. Only 1 neighbor has am easement. A construction company move in as well, and overburdens my property with heavy equipment, The... Read more »
You or anyone else can file a lawsuit pro se. (pro se = represent yourself) Just because he is an attorney does not preclude himself from representing himself. He is also permitted to represent other parties involved in the same lawsuit so long as their interests do not conflict. If a conflict of...Read more »
Can apartment complex violate the "Code of Alabama" Title 35 9A by charging it's tenants extra fees per month for trash removal ($5) and pest control ($10)? Who enforces the "Code of Alabama"? Who and Where do I file a complaint? Am I entitled to see the contract with the... Read more »
For better and more specific answers to your questions you should contact an attorney directly in your area and provide him a copy of your lease agreement. An apartment complex would not be permitted to violate the Alabama Code regarding its responsibilities to tenants.
The income tax refund intercept program helps the State of Alabama recover funds from individuals who have not paid debts owed to the State. In 1981, the Alabama Legislature passed an Act that authorized the Department of Revenue to intercept refunds from individuals owing balance to certain State...Read more »
If the victim contacts the District attorney's office directly you may be able to get them to dismiss the charges. Many times they understand that if the victim is not willing to testify it will be hard to get a conviction, so rather than fight a losing battle they will just let it go.
My husband called 911 on me as I was in a mental health breakdown ( pandemic - no dr appts available-) I was given the option for ambulance to hospital which i said no- I was then arrested for dv - which my husband never said I hit him- and taken down to the cop car and put in the back. I asked my... Read more »
You should get in contact with a criminal defense attorney and allow him to get discovery (specifically body cam video) and evaluate the case. Based on the facts provided here I do not see a reason why a search of the home would have been justified, but without a full review of the facts of the...Read more »
Someone who doesn’t like me comes by my house regularly and blows train horns that he has hooked up to his truck and recently spooked my horse. My horse ran into the side of our barn due to this. We’ve reported him to the police for running me off the road and harassment but they say there is... Read more »
You can look into if your city or county has a local noise ordinance, but if the police refuse to enforce it that may be a problem. You may want to call the city attorney or district attorney to discuss the matter.
Request a settlement statement that details where the money went. I presume the gross settlement amount was $70,000.00 and some portion of that likely went to case expenses, attorney's fees and paying back medical bills or insurance subrogation. However, that is merely a presumption. Your...Read more »
Georgia : 2015 Person A Hit Person B from behind. Person B had an excess of 80,000 medical bills. Person B after a long battle with Insurance from Person A, won the suit by default in 2019. Person A has 100,000 thousand in coverage. Person B has 50,000 in coverage along with UIM add-on coverage of... Read more »
In my opinion, which someone may disagree, no that person would not be able to collect from their insurance coverage because they settled with person A's insurance for less than what the limits of their insurance. UIM typically does not kick in until the liability limits have been exhausted...Read more »
You would likely be entitled to some portion of the value of the home based on the payments made on the home or improvements done to the home during the time of the marriage regardless of the name on the deed or mortgage. Approximately 50% of all payments made during the marriage or improvements...Read more »
In Alabama there are typically three instances where an owner can be responsible for a dog biting someone. 1) if the dog has known dangerous or vicious propensities. 2) If the dog is a breed that is listed on a dangerous breed list. For the State of Alabama that is only Pit Bulls. Counties or...Read more »
Georgia is known as a single party consent state. That means that as long as one person in the conversation is aware it is being recorded then it is a proper and legal recording. There are States like Florida which require all parties know and consent to the recording.
You should seek out legal counsel and provide them with the medical records to review. This will be a Medical Malpractice case which requires showing the doctors/nurses breach the standard of care and caused injury to the patient as a result of that breach. If the attorney believes there was a...Read more »
I made a comment about our government leaving K9’s in Afghanistan. Military k9’s. My comment was “ it would be more humane to have put a bullet in their head than leave them to starve or be tortured by Isis. “
They banned me stating I was promoting hate or violence?
Because Facebook is not a government entity they cannot violate your first amendment right to freedom of speech. You can make an internal appeal with Facebook to argue your post did not violate their policies. They use computer bots to monitor content, but often on an appeal a human doing the...Read more »
7/24/21 put deposit. Was told he gave previous tenets 30 days to vacate. He was supposed to contact me if I could move in sooner. I got a message 8/24/21 saying this was the last day and to contact him, he said that he wasn't sure if the tenets were moved out because they had left some... Read more »
I would suggest contacting an attorney to go over the specifics of your case in detail. A landlord has a duty to provide you both legal and actual possession of a property. Having prior tenants living there would violate that duty.
I’m being harassed by a man I met online. We were in a long distance digital relationship that I ended, but now he won’t go away. He’s sending threats/messages/images to me/my family. How can I make him stop?
I would suggest calling the non-emergency number for you local police department. Describe the situation and detail the threatening messages. You might be able to get a protection from abuse order based on the facts of your situation.
So my sister died and she has 1 child. This child’s father is living, but can’t get custody of a dog if he wanted to, and has had prior cases where he was denied custody of other children. The child in question was given to his dads mom and it was court ordered for her to keep us in touch with... Read more »
If the Court Order assigning custody lays out conditions that must be met then you can enforce them. However, if the Court granted custody without assigning those conditions then it is likely nothing could be done. Alabama has only recently recognized grandparents rights and the law is still a bit...Read more »
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