William John Light's answer Probably not. The U.S. and state constitutions prohibit entry into homes without warrants unless a person consents to the entry or exigent circumstances exist. Pursuing a stray dog will often result in the dog entering or crossing private property, as dogs tend to not respect property lines. California has attempted to address this claim by statute. If a dog has strayed and then returned to its homed, but no one is home at the residence, the officer may enter the property to obtain the dog...
William John Light's answer There is no proof that an Uber driver hit your car, or that s/he was working for Uber at the time of the collision. If you have UM or collision insurance, make a claim with them.
William John Light's answer No. Wrongful death is a case brought by the family members who have lost the love, comfort, society and affection of the decedent. A survivor's action is brought on behalf of the estate of the decedent for the decedent's own damages that "survive" the decedent's death. Consult with a PI attorney for a full evaluation of your case.
William John Light's answer Your question indicates that you are in Florida, but you asked your question in the California section. In California, if you are feeling suicidal, there are many options, including hotlines, personal physicians, the police and County Hospitals. If you are a danger to yourself, you can be confined in a psychiatric institution and given appropriate medications for a short period of time which can be extended in certain circumstances. I imagine that Florida is probably similar. Do not fixate...
William John Light's answer This is a very specialized inquiry involving detailed knowledge of California and Federal statutory and regulatory law. You will need to consult an expert attorney in gun law. A web search should point you in the right direction.
William John Light's answer If the bollard needed to be cut to install the water heater, that should be your expense, although the plumber should have given you a written estimate beforehand. If the bollard was cut through accident or negligence, then he should replace it. I think that these pipes are only about $65.00. I doubt that this is worth your time fighting over. Offer to buy the material if he will install it without further charge.
William John Light's answer It appears that you are in Texas, but are asking questions of California lawyers. We are not qualified to answer questions about Texas law. If you are in California, and are representing yourself, it is quite normal for the opposing attorney to contact you, especially if you have documents pertaining to the proceedings. If you don't want repeated phone calls, give them the documents, or insist that they serve discovery for production of the documents, if appropriate.
William John Light's answer You will have to file a Tort Claim with the County of Ventura with 6 months of the date of the loss. After that, your claim may be governed by the Jones Act (not sure about that), which requires a specialty attorney. Do a computer search for Jones Act attorneys in Ventura and you will be guided to the appropriate specialists to assess your case.
William John Light's answer If you are non-compliant, you will probably have to fix the issue and pay him some bucks. If you want to contest the non-compliance, get a lawyer and prepare to spend a lot more to defend yourself.
William John Light's answer Fraud is an intentional misrepresentation. If the prior collision had not been reported, it sounds like the dealership didn't know about it and, therefore, did not intentionally misrepresent anything. If the circumstances were such that the dealership should have discovered the collision, then a negligent misrepresentation claim might be allowed. Your damages would be the difference in value between a Tacoma that had never been in a collision versus the value of the Tacoma you purchased....
William John Light's answer You need an Idaho attorney. Although you could file in Federal Court in Boise or Pocatello based on diversity jurisdiction. If you chose that, any attorney admitted to the 9th Circuit (of which California is a part) could represent you. This is not a do it yourself project.
1. Where a minor, licensed driver causes property damage or bodily injury, the parent is vicariously liable for all harm caused. (Vehicle Code 17707).
2. Where a minor discharges a firearm resulting in injury (Civil Code 1714.3; liability up to $30,000 for injury to or death of one person as a result of any one occurrence, or $60,000 for injury to or death of all persons as a result of any one...
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