I told the owners we dont feel safe but they still allow her to come in. she has hit one security guard so far. Told 2 servers she would cause physical harm but the owners wont listen. they let her come back.
Unclear who you are. If you are a co-worker, and you are physically attacked by a customer, you have a workers compensation claim against your employer, and a personal injury claim against the customer.
If you are a customer, and the business has knowledge of the violent propensities of a...Read more »
into it. The building manager was vey nice , I was knocked unconscious and sent to the hospital. The 3rd party that handles the building insurance claims was not very nice to me although they did reimbursed my health insurance company's payments. The two year anniversary is on 4/1.... Read more »
No one could say on such little information, but you should definitely consult with PI attorney for an in depth consultation on your potential claims. Your statute of limitations expires on the 2 year anniversary, so do not delay any further.
Long story short, he moved to Oregon suddenly and asked us to pick her up at his x girlfriends house. We made a verbal agreement we would take her, but she is our dog now. After 6 months, he shows up and takes her out of our yard and back to Oregon. We asked repeatedly if he was there to take her... Read more »
I originally booked 14 days at an inn. I checked in and I was charged the 2 weeks right away. I asked if ever I decided to check out early is there refund. Guy said yes. On the 6th day, I told the receptionist I'm checking out and gave the card keys. Receptionist said I'm good to go... Read more »
I was at a self checkout and 1 of my items was scanning at a higher cost than stated on the sign. I asked a employee for assistance with the item. I stated that these socks are marked for clearance for $2.50. I had already scanned 8 pairs and they all scanned for the correct price $2.50. This is... Read more »
It's arguably false imprisonment. It's different than Costco, which has a Membership Agreement. Refusing, however, has its costs and your remedy is a lawsuit, the end result of which is not guaranteed to be satisfactory to you since your damages are effectively $0. Complying also has...Read more »
He asked me if he could be my sugar daddy and when I said no he started to get disrespectful and we started arguing all the time. He fired me last Thursday and is refusing to give me my check when he I’m assuming should have given it to me by law Friday?
In 2013 , my friend bought a 6 month old purebred puppy for $2,500. He bought him as a pet, not to be bred. At 7years of age, he was stolen and used to sire a total of 8 purebred puppies. The puppies were then sold for $3,000 each. His dog could have continued to sire more puppies for at least 2... Read more »
A former friend moved to California from Indiana and I agreed to let her stay with us. She stayed with me for 8 months. There started to be issues in the household and finally it got to the point that she attacked me and to prevent further problems I left the house to go calm down I was gone for... Read more »
Report the dog as stolen to the particular police department in Indiana. If that isn't effective, you would need to retain Indiana attorneys to initiate a replevin action, or perhaps that can be done in Indiana Small Claims. Consult with an Indiana attorney for more specific information.
my wife and I were in a car accident. I settle my case, My wife pass from a heart attack. my attorney had me sign an offer in my wife behalf. Two month later, I was informed by the Attorney that the Insurance Company with drew their offer. Prior to this my Attorney was telling me that they were... Read more »
You can't sign for your wife. Once she passed, the only remaining part of her claim was for her medical expenses and wage loss, if any. The insurer can withdraw its offer if there was no acceptance by her.
If you don't disclose it voluntarily, the other party will file a lawsuit, and serve you. Your insurance company will hire an attorney to defend you. You will have to respond to interrogatories and a demand for production of documents in which you will be required to disclose the limits of...Read more »
Or insurance the police gave him a pink ticket and he has court case, he said i grabbed the strearing wheel and tried to crash on purpose. How can you know if the court opens a case against his accusations
You have posted this in the employment forum, but it doesn't sound like an employment question. It's also impossible to tell what advice to give you. Punctuation would help. Complete sentences would help. A question would help.
But gave them 5 days to amend and all they did was add a sentence in the original complaint by saying we were told of changes in rate that's untrue because 95 % of our bookings were thru booking.com and priceline. Despite the settlement I was pressured to sign. I've later discovered many... Read more »
A nursing home has made changes to my mom's insurance. My mom had Medicaid through the state of CA which was Health plan of San Joaquin. As of April 2020 , HPSJ was dropped and now she only has Straight Medicaid. I only found out after receiving bills from her Doctors telling me She owed for... Read more »
Any answer to this question would require a lot more information: medical records of your mom's condition in April 2020, documents showing the Home's authority to act on your mom's behalf, documents from HPSJ showing how the change in service was accomplished, research showing...Read more »
While flossing my teeth with a flossing pick my floss got caught between my teeth on the way down on what I later found out was a piece of my tooth filling, there was no way of sliding the floss out since it's attached to the pick and when I pulled down to pull the pick out it broke and pulled... Read more »
Highly unlikely that you have a claim. Floss is obviously safe. It is used by hundreds of millions of people around the world without incident. Rather than blaming the floss, it's far more likely that your filling had broken down and was in a weakened state.
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