I am a dog lover so I do not tell you this lightly. In the law, a dog is a chattel - it is only worth the fair market value of another dog so, at most, you would file a Small Claims case. Though we treat them like family and grieve their...Read more »
15 years ago I received a driving while suspended citation. I recently received another. I received the ticket because someone ran a red light and Tboned me. How will that affect the verdict/punishment? My license has zero points on it. Was a dumb mistake. I have gotten my license reinstated... Read more »
Your question is a bit confusing. It looks like you are saying that you drove on a suspended license for 15 years. If you live in Detroit, Michigan, why are you asking about Indiana law? You really need to consult a local traffic attorney to assess your options. print out a copy of your driving...Read more »
Honestly fear chemical dosing of malicious intent to disable or kill while inheritance money rapidly dissipated and displaced - obvious tampering of bank transactions evident - 150k gone in my state of undiagnosed impairment - time sick and decommissioned paralleled inheritance distribution all the... Read more »
You want to take care that you are not perceived as a paranoid, conspiracy theorist. That said, simply share any concerns that you may have with your general practitioner who can certainly test the presence of most harmful substances, depending upon the symptoms that you experience.
The short answer is not yet. Eventually, the other party's insurance company will secure a judgment against you in whatever amount they pay. At that time (or sooner) your license will be suspended until you pay the judgment or enter into a repayment arrangement that is acceptable to the...Read more »
If the question you mean to ask is how long does it take to get approval for an MSA, the answer is that it depends how you go about it. If you have the ability and resources to do it yourself, it is possible to get approval in 45 to 60 days. If you use a third-party provider, it could take 6 to 9...Read more »
I am prescribed a blood thinner with refills every 3 months. The drug came from different generic drug manufacturers with each refill. I have reasons to believe that one of them had less than the correct amount of active ingredient putting my life in danger (though I don't know if any harm... Read more »
You already said that you were NOT harmed. No harm = zero recovery in personal injury litigation. So, why do you want to go through the time and expense of ordering chemical analysis of your medicine? What am I missing?
After serving 7 years my son had completed 4 of his 8 years of parole. His original issues involved opiate abuse & addiction and he was ordered to abstain from alcohol and illegal drugs during his parole. The system was such that his parole consisted of a weekly automated call in number and... Read more »
No public servant has any personal liability for anything they do in the course and scope of their job. Remote check-in was extended because of the Pandemic. A parole officer is supposed to treat each parolee as instructed. If the Court did not order random drug testing or if it was suspended...Read more »
I have friends that have 2500 deisel pickup trucks that they pull the 5th wheel campers with. My question is regarding their weight ratings and legal ramifications in the event of an accident. For an example my friends truck has a payload capacity of 2200 pounds it can have on the truck but can... Read more »
If your friends knowingly exceed the manufacturer's recommendations and that condition contributes to an accident, your friend could have significant liability AND he would be giving HIS insurance company a great argument that they are not liable because of his affirmative decision to exceed...Read more »
I was issued a warning from 27th October 2020 which was ended on 26 dec 2020 in the written document and yesterday I was told that the warning was never ended and they can terminate my services for no serious reason .
Illinois is an "at will" employment state. This means that you can quit your job at any time or your employer can terminate your job at any time with no obligation to state the reason for the dismissal or termination. The only restriction and termination is that you cannot be terminated...Read more »
Your employer had absolutely no obligation to pay you during a period of quarantine. You're expected to live, sleep, and eat in close quarters with your husband who was sick. If you have never heard of Typhoid Mary, Google it. Your employer has to protect your fellow employees and has to pay...Read more »
I spoke with management and they agreed I can move to first due to my childcare situation.
Fast forward to this year I was injured and since then they’ve been looking for reasons to let me go. I returned back to work and they said I have to move to second shift or else they will deem it... Read more »
Your question is governed by your employment agreement, not by state or federal law. The only way for you to answer your question is for you to read your employment agreement or your collective bargaining agreement if you belong to a union.
I injured my shoulder, never injured before. MRI shows tear, company has suspended my family insurance, work comp insurance pressuring to gain authorization to investigate past medical history or possible denial of claim, their words in print. I'm not sure how to proceed. Work for biggest... Read more »
The WC carrier has a right to your current medical records. Why do you care if they access your past medical records? They are of no use to the carrier if they are unrelated to your work injury and the carrier has a duty to protect them. In Indiana, the Workers' Compensation carrier has an...Read more »
"Possession" means that something is "within your scope of control." It has nothing to do with "ownership." Drug laws intentionally make NO DISTINCTION between possession and ownership because it is contraband - illegal to have it - irrespective of whether it belongs...Read more »
If you were at-fault and anyone was injured or any property was damaged, you are responsible for all damages and injury that flowed from the accident. If there was another car involved and that car had insurance, it would have filed a claim under its uninsured...Read more »
They made us sign a paper saying that I must disclose all medical conditions including mental illness and if I withhold any information and they find out I could get fired. So if I were to show up to work and told someone I had depression they said that they could fire me for that. But is this even... Read more »
Your question isn't about employment law. Rather, it is about contract law. So long as the subject in terms of the contract do not involve contraband or other illegal activity, it has long been established that a person's right to contract is unlimited. Nobody "makes" you do...Read more »
I'm also htv from dui's. This is the fourth time caught w/o insurance. I've already called down state to see what with them is going to happen with my license. 1 year suspension, 3 years Sr 22 insurance, and a $1000 reinstatement fee unless the judge does something else. I'm... Read more »
At present, you have no real options. Telling the Court that you are on a fixed income and disabled only gives the Court two more reasons why there is no compelling reason to give you a special privileges license. You will eventually need to file for Bankruptcy protection once the insurance claim...Read more »
In law, a dog is a chattel (an animal that constitutes property). If you leave the scene of an accident involving property damage and fail to contact either the owner of the property or law enforcement in Indiana, you commit Class B Misdemeanor which is punishable by a fine of $1,000 and/or...Read more »
I'm a whistle blower who worked in the radiology department at Mercy Hospital in Creve Coeur, Missouri. I have been a victim of surveillance abuse since 2017. What do I do when being denied an attorney and police are neglecting me?
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