The dog is registered to the husband of the knife woman. The knife woman told police she didn't know the dog that bit her.but told everyone else it was the dog at my house. The husband is my baby's daddy.The woman who was going to be stabbed was the husband's girlfriend.The knife... Read more »
My boyfriend and I live together and we have a car which is in pretty bad shape and is barely running. We do our best to move the car every couple of days but every once in a while we get the 72 hour parking violation notice on the car. Well we recently received a 72 hour notice given at 10:30am.... Read more »
or pharmacy let me know. i had a severe allergic reaction to the medication i was given and now i have bills from urgent care and the er that i cannot pay because i had just cancelled my insurance. Is the pharmacy required to tell me of a prescription change or my doctor? niether of them told me... Read more »
The student was 12 years old in middle school, the teachers aid was in his first year of post secondary education (college). The aid was assigned certain students to help organize their lockers and books. Instead the aid asked the young man if he had ever tried meth before and they tried it under... Read more »
This certainly looks like a basis for a legal claim against the teacher's aid and the school or others could very likely be liable as well, depending upon the facts related to hiring and training and supervision of the teacher's aid.
You should post the state where this occurred...Read more »
I went go karting on the weekend. I signed a waiver. not sure what it said but assuming its saying i wont hold them responsible if i hurt myself. anyways i burnt my arm pretty badly (4"x5" area) on the exhaust as it wasnt covered or protected by anything.
If he is not a licensed attorney, he may not be subject to the actions of the State Bar, but may have committed a crime. The State Bar should be able to give you some direction. He is legally liable for damages caused by his misrepresentations, nonetheless. There are many facts that need to be...Read more »
The answer is "it depends." A lawful authorization or subpoena, used in accordance with a legally sound basis, usually subjects the records to disclosure. This is a complicated question, as the release of some records has more requirements than others.
My daughter bought a house from an agent/seller who had completely remodeled the home. Inspections were done but a leak in the master shower, which was brand new, didn't get noticed until the shower was being used regularly. They immediately contact the agent/seller and he came out and caulked... Read more »
Presumably, this is a question for an Illinois lawyer. If, per chance, the case is in California service has to be completed a certain number of days prior to the hearing of the motion, depending on the type of the motion. There are numerous issues related to amending complaints and how to go about...Read more »
The house was remodeled for sale and my plumbers found that the tub drain was not connected. There was a flood into the adjoining room and the plywood floor seriously buckled. Who is responsible-the realtors selling the house are very evasive
The question may be whether the seller/broker/agent knew of the defect and disclosed the same in the Real Estate Transfer Disclosure Statement. The person who installed the subject drain may be responsible as well.
This is a complicated case. If you have liability insurance, that may cover such an incident and you may have an obligation to report the claim. If the claim is covered, your insurance company may defend the claim and lawsuit, under the terms and conditions of the policy.
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