SPCA said I can't get my dog back that was picked up cuz he got loose and had a broken leg the broken leg was a prior injury how do I get my dog back State of California is it legal for them to take away my dog like that because they're not allowing me to get my dog out and I'm... Read more »
Yes, its legal. Failing to provide necessary veterinary care to your injured animal can be a crime. Animal Control is within its rights to refuse to return the dog to you. You have demonstrated that you are not fit to provide a safe home for it.
My daughter was attended by paramedics and her injuries were not serious but she is bypolar and was very affected mentally. Our family dog was seriously injured and has died. A report was filed with animal control. I would like to seek compensation for my dog's vet bills and the loss of our... Read more »
Your daughter has a good case against the owner of the dog. You have a case to recover your vet bills from the owner of the dog. Hopefully the owner has homeowner's insurance that applies. Your daughter, especially, needs to consult with a personal injury attorney. This is far too complex...Read more »
I am getting sued for damages and personal suffering. The date to appear is june 4th 2021. I am no longer working for the company and the company has gone under since then. Should I appear by myself or should I contact amazons legal department and see if they can help?
The Company's insurance will defend you regardless of the fact that the Company has gone under. The police report likely has the name of the Company's insurer, and the policy number. That should be all you need to contact it and ask for it to defend you.
He is not on the rental car agreement nor is on my auto insurance. The other car(2008 Toyota SUV) was damaged and there was damage to the rental car as well. There was no injury to my son and the other party also did not have any injuries. The other party did not call the police and they waited for... Read more »
Insurance fraud is a crime. Claiming you were driving to trigger your policy is insurance fraud.
You are going to have to take this one on the chin, assuming that you gave your son permission to drive the car. You are liable to the rental company for the damage done to its car. As the...Read more »
You have no legal rights to do anything. You can offer to buy them if Animal Control believes that the puppies are being given legally adequate care but you disagree. If the owner doesn't want to sell, then move on.
I was hired by company to run Tournament events. The company wants to contract me to run tournamemt events. With work product created, I provided the company with this service. After creating an FBN and EIN for the sole purpose of getting paid for services I provided, I asked for payment by giving... Read more »
You are free to sue for your fees as an independent contractor, if that is what you were. Even as an independent contractor, if you created intellectual property during the course of those duties, that property would likely belong to the person who contracted with you to create it.
Call the police and report that this person is in receipt of stolen property. You can also sue in Small Claims for money and/or for an Order for return of your property. Your success will depend on whether your boyfriend was the owner of the dog or had authority to give it away.
a business is allowing a doctors office to “recruit” patients on its premises. one of the managers is receiving a referral bonus (cash) for every employee that goes and has any procedure (bonus is from the dr office not from the employer). on top of that the doctors office offering new... Read more »
The evidence clearly indicates the other driver's fault; in fact, my agent suggested that was true in an email. Since the other driver's insurance refused my claim, I had to go through my own insurance, which required a $500 deductible. I'd like to recover that. Is Small Claims Court... Read more »
You cannot just go and sue to recover your deductible. You took money from your insurance company. It also has a right to recover from the at fault driver. You each own a piece of the same claim, and it has to be presented in the same lawsuit. You need permission from your insurer to pursue the...Read more »
Our 20th anniversary Kauai trip was planned for 4/01 - 4/08. All back up documentation was given to Red Sky Travel Insurance, including the "Attending Physician Statement" but I was still denied reimbursement. Red Sky Travel Insurance company replied with "after testing positive... Read more »
If she is there voluntarily, she can check herself out, although that seems unlikely. If she has been committed, you cannot unilaterally take her away. You can call the police and/or make a complaint to the licensing board. dhcs.ca.gov/provgovpart/Pages/MH-Licensing.aspx
My sons father deemed his pitbull terminally ill. The dog was taken to a vet for, if I remember correctly, seizures. I never heard of the outcome to that visit, and shortly after my son called and was so upset, crying, and told me his dad shot the dog. I understand the dog was sick, but I was... Read more »
This could be illegal for a number of reasons. Animal cruelty, illegal discharge of a weapon, etc. Depending on circumstances, it might be legal. It really depends on the facts of exactly what happened. Make a complaint to the Sheriffs Dept. or police and find out.
My now ex wife and I were separated at the time but we were still married and living together..while I was away one day coaching our sons football team our dog got out of the house while she was home and Dog saw another little dog and it’s owner picked up her dog and our dog a Akita subsequently... Read more »
If it's a community debt, then she should bear her share of it. It's unclear whether your wife was a party to the litigation, and/or was aware of the settlement conference. It's also unclear whether your wife has the funds to actually contribute the $30k which might be her share....Read more »
I took my car to an auto body shop to have minor work done and received a call from the shop owner that my car was missing. Somebody went into his business and took the keys to my car and drove off. He told me to file claim with my car insurance company. I only have liability. When I told him his... Read more »
A person must use reasonable care in driving a vehicle. Drivers must keep a lookout for pedestrians, obstacles, and other vehicles. They must also control the speed and movement of their vehicles. The failure to use reasonable care in driving a vehicle is negligence. (CACI 700).
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