Robert James Reynolds' answer I can't give a good opinion without knowing all of the facts, but this should give you some direction so that you can find the answers you are seeking.
You should consult a lawyer to determine the best way to preserve your evidence. Of course, if you send it in, and they lose it, that makes your case more difficult, even though it creates issue for the company as well.
There are time limitations, so you should not let too much time pass, otherwise, you may lose your ability to...
An owner of a dog is strictly liable for dog bites. An owner of property where the dog resides is liable under certain circumstances, largely related to his or her knowledge of such dogs dangerous propensities, if any.
Robert James Reynolds' answer I don't know specifically what you read, but in addition to the requirements of the law schools, private places and public places have their own rules about the possession of guns and weapons.
If you or someone you know was cited for a violation, the citation should state the provision of the law that was violated and that would be a good place to start your research.
I can't give a good opinion without knowing all of the facts, but this should give you some direction so that...
Robert James Reynolds' answer 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 so attorneys can determine if the jurisdiction is applicable for their legal practice.
Robert James Reynolds' answer It depends on your states as each stated has its own rules on the ability of a patron to waive a claim for negligence. You should post the state where this occurred so you can get focused advice.
Robert James Reynolds' answer 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 determined before a conclusive opinion can be given, so you should speak with a lawyer in your jurisdiction, without delay.
Robert James Reynolds' answer 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.
An attorney should be able to give you some guidance without too much effort.
Robert James Reynolds' answer The contract between the parties should state the remedies and will, likely, be controlling. The remedies can be wide ranging, but speculating, without the contract, would not be advisable.
The Bankruptcy relationship, here, is unknown as well and not stated in the question.
Robert James Reynolds' answer It sounds like there may be recourse if the work that was done required permits and, also, there may be recourse against whoever installed the shower, if it was negligently installed.
How much is the damage; one issue may be it may cost more to pursue it, legally, that what may end up being recovered.
Of course, without reviewing all of the facts and documents, it is difficult to give a final opinion, but I think the foregoing gives you something to think about.
Robert James Reynolds' answer 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 the same, in California.
Robert James Reynolds' answer 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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