In the state of Georgia, the code section that covers un-disclosed principals is found in the Official Code of Georgia Annotated (OCGA) Section 10-2-318. This section states that an agent may act for a principal who is not disclosed and that the contract is enforceable by and against the...View More
Was an over dose, I had been cleaning empty bags and syringes I found behind a dresser drawer left by my ex-wife. She was asked to leave months ago because she was using and I must have gotten fentanyl powder on my hands and touched my mouth. The officer mailed me a paraphernalia charge 2 weeks... View More
It is generally not appropriate for the police to enter a private residence without permission, unless they have a warrant or there are exigent circumstances that justify a warrantless entry.Good Samaritan laws are intended to encourage people to seek medical help in the event of an overdose by...View More
It is generally possible for a man to seek to establish paternity of a child, even if the child is no longer alive. Paternity can be established through a legal process, either voluntarily or through a court order. In some cases, paternity may be established through genetic testing.
A typographical error, such as the wrong year being listed in a will, can potentially be a problem if it is not clear what the testator (the person who made the will) intended. If the error is minor and does not affect the overall meaning of the will, it may not be considered a significant problem....View More
It is possible to file a claim for medical negligence or malpractice in the case of a surgery that did not go as planned. Medical negligence occurs when a healthcare provider fails to provide a standard level of care, and as a result, the patient is injured or suffers harm. If you believe that you...View More
It is understandable that you would be upset if you were not allowed to attend your brother's funeral. If you wish to file a grievance against the deputies, you may be able to do so through their employer, the sheriff's department. You can try contacting the department to find out more...View More
You may. Your landlord could be negligent for either failing to maintain the property and a safe habitable condition due to a failure to perform reasonable inspections or to perform repairs within a reasonable time after being notified of of the condition of the floor.
In order to have a claim under homeowners insurance you would have to show negligence to make a claim under the liability coverage. Homeowners policies often have medical payments coverage that covers medical bills for injuries arising on the property, but I don’t frankly know whether it would...View More
Im not sure of the process and when I ask questions of the Paralegal or Attorney ( if they are in the office ) answers seem to slightly change. Ive felt out of the loop the whole time and unsupported. I never received a copy of our original Attorney/ Client contract. I asked multiple times. Then... View More
The number one complaint clients have with their attorneys is a lack of communication, either by failing to return phone calls were not properly explaining the process. Attorney's fees and workers compensation claims are set by the industrial commmission at 25%. I do not know what the $900 is...View More
To a rescue and checked for microchips but none found or no rabies tags, the dogs were very malnurished and heartworm positive treatment was started but in the mean time animal control saw the dogs posted on Facebook and thought they knew the owners. Animal control picked up the dogs without... View More
There would have to be a determination that the treatment of the dogs amounts to animal abuse or cruelty, not negligence. the owners could then be charged and the animals removed .I would contact local police department to find out what agency, either animal control, Sheriff's Department...View More
I would retain an attorney to assist you in this matter. If you are unable to pay for an attorney you may qualify to have the court appoint one for you. I would say that without knowing the specifics of your driving record or the circumstances of the citation, it would be unusual for you to be...View More
In 2010 a car slammed into me my insurance had just lapsed and I forgot to file the claim anyways the people went to the Dr maybe a week or 2 later and wracked up a 123,000 bill got an attorney til this day they haven't filed a judgment since then I also had another finder bender. so the 2... View More
A lawsuit in an uninsured motorist claim must be filed in North Carolina three years from the date of the accident, two years for a death claim. The statute limitations will bar your claim otherwise. An uninsured motorist claim is a first party claim meaning that your insurance company owes a duty...View More
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