Q: How and where do I send a letter of intent to sue a police department in riverside county? Four departments, actually...
I only have 5 days before I hit the 6 month mark of my registered domestic partner being shot and killed by 4 police departments.. I know that I have to to send a letter of intent to sue before 6 months so I'm trying to do that but I don't know where to send it you send it exactly and there were 4 police departments involved. The case is still active and under investigation and there's not even a cause of death listed on his birth certificate yet. I have a letter written up already but already but I'm not sure exactly where to send it for we're just Sunday for all the police departments and sheriff's departments that were involved.
If you intend to sue under California tort law (the law of civil wrongs), you are required to file a claim with each police agency pursuant to the California Government Code within six months of the date of injury. You should consult with an attorney who can do this for you and you have left yourself little time within which to do so.
If you research online, you may find the form which is generally used for this purpose. It is a Notice of Claim for Injury or Death. Then you must know the name and address of each police agency or its respective city where the notice of claim must be filed and then make sure it is filed by the deadline.
Start calling lawyers in the Riverside County area immediately to get the help you need.
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