Louis George Fazzi's answer That depends on whether your physician puts you on disability for any period of time following your hysterectomy, which also depends on whether or not you will be incapacitated for any length of time.
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Louis George Fazzi's answer You need to contact a probate attorney who litigates matters such as this, and do it right away. There are numerous attorneys in Los Angeles County who can help you. Go to the website of the Los Angeles County Bar Association referral service (https://www.smartlaw.org/) and ask for a referral to a probate lawyer who can help you. You can use the pull down menu to select "probate/estate administration" lawyer and then follow through with your referral request.
Louis George Fazzi's answer Get yourself a good lawyer and do it right away. Look for disability rights attorneys. Contact civil rights lawyers. Most good lawyers will give you free consultations and many will find a way to represent you.
Louis George Fazzi's answer I think you should take this issue up with your guidance counselor, and perhaps even the vice principal or principal of the school. Stand up for what you believe. If you get punished for that, go to your local newspaper and/or your local TV station. Get your parents involved on your side. Learn how to assert your rights.
Louis George Fazzi's answer Don’t take this lightly. You have obviously suffered some kind of traumatic event and should get some counseling from a professional. You can also go to the police department and get a claim form to file your claim for mental and emotional distress caused by the officer who menaced you with his hand on his gun. Make sure you do that within SIX MONTHS of the date the occurrence or you will forever lose your right to file your claim.
Louis George Fazzi's answer Your position should be that you own that trailer now because you did what they asked you to do, made it your home, fixed it up, and now it is yours. This is one area in which possession is 9/10 of the law. You are in possession, so stay in possession.
Louis George Fazzi's answer You can start by going back to that hospital to their billing department and correct the record there. Make sure that you provide them accurate information concerning you and your own family, and tell them at the other person was only a roommate and is not a relative. I don’t know what kind of impression you made on the person who signed your roommate up, but you have to be careful to make sure that you are not related to the roommate who needed the heart surgery.
Louis George Fazzi's answer Let the DFEH complete their investigation. If the company fired your boss, then they should be better off for it. And it may even be better for your case that they have done so. You should be looking for a good employment lawyer now, before the investigation is done, so that when you get a right to sue letter you will have legal counsel ready to act on your behalf.
Louis George Fazzi's answer Once you turn 18 years old you are an emancipated adult and can go wherever you please. If you were held against your will, it may have been false imprisonment until you were released. You don’t indicate how old you were when you got away from that place, but I suggest you contact a good civil rights lawyer, or even the ACLU and ask for their help. But do not delay any further, because there are statutes of limitations which may be already running out on you.
Louis George Fazzi's answer You are 14 years old. You have no such rights. As a minor, you need to comply with your parents wishes. If your custody is an issue, that will be decided by a family law court judge. The best I could advise you is to try and get both of your parents together with someone else they both trust and listen to, and then explain to them both how you are feeling and what you would like to do. Don’t worry whether or not your dad gets upset with you, because in the end he loves you and I am sure he...
Louis George Fazzi's answer It sounds like you need to blow the whistle on Kaiser for placing your brother in such a place. It is unconscionable that they should do so. You and your sister need to get together and decide what is best for your brother and then take the proper steps to get him and make sure he is taken care of properly. You can start by contacting the San Bernardino county welfare office and asking for a social worker to go and look in on your brother. You and your sister should be able to take care of...
Louis George Fazzi's answer If you are living in his home, it is not at all unreasonable for him to want you to stop smoking dope in his house, if that is what you are doing. Otherwise, what’s the problem?
Louis George Fazzi's answer This is not a forum in which people get to ask random legal questions about issues of law they are curious about. If you have a specific issue that you are dealing with and need help with, let me know.
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