I'm sorry about your accident. I hope you're okay. It could depend on how the accident occurred, who would be liable, what the entity is and their policy is, whether you currently have coverage, and other factors. If you arranged a free initial consult with an attorney, they should be...View More
It's important to consult with a lawyer who has experience in criminal law and civil rights. They can provide guidance on the appropriate procedures, deadlines, and the strength of your complaint based on the details of your case.
Given the seriousness of the situation, where...View More
Under California law, the Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) data, which includes fingerprints, is generally protected and not released to the public, including family members. This protection applies even after the individual's death. The primary concern is to maintain the...View More
Yes, an EMTALA case can be filed in a Federal District Court in California. EMTALA is a federal statute, and claims under it are typically handled by the federal courts. If you are considering filing an EMTALA claim and the two-year statute of limitations is approaching, it is crucial to act...View More
Me 686 dollars and I have to pay that back is this fair for them to do that now I have no money to pay my bills and I'm going to be homeless and I lost my job because of worrying and I couldnt concentrate on my job
In Ohio, non-CHL holders can carry a loaded handgun in their vehicle but it must be unloaded and placed in a locked container or a compartment that is out of the immediate reach of the driver or any occupant of the vehicle.
Here are some additional details about Ohio's gun laws for...View More
In California, if your first name is misspelled on your ID or birth certificate, you'll need to correct this through the appropriate government agencies. For your ID, you should contact the California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). For your birth certificate, you'll need to reach out...View More
Finding work visa jobs in Tennessee involves a few key steps. First, it's important to identify employers in Tennessee who are open to hiring international workers. Websites like LinkedIn, Glassdoor, and Indeed can be useful for job searches, allowing you to filter job postings by location and...View More
I inherited this shotgun from my father 10 years ago and was told I didn’t need to do anything since it was inherited. I’ve learned it should have been registered within 30 days. What’s the best thing for me to do? Can I still register it? Do I dispose it?
In California, the law requires firearms inherited or received as part of an estate to be reported and registered within 30 days. Since you inherited the shotgun 10 years ago and did not register it within this timeframe, it's important to address this situation promptly to ensure compliance...View More
I believe that there are at least two ways the person filing a complaint against me failed to follow procedure: sending the summons via certified mail herself to me out of state (instead of someone else sending it ) and filing the complaint with only one page, not even clarifying what I have... View More
Is it legal, ethical, or actionable for a trustee to withhold distributions that they previously promised to send for the beneficiary's health, education, maintenance, and support until the beneficiary sends all their family's receipts, bank, credit card, and student loan statements for... View More
I recently sold my car, but it was my first time selling one and I wasn’t aware I was supposed to fill out a special form to confirm it has been sold. I thought I just had to fill out the title for the next person and that’s what I did. I have reached out to the purchaser to get their info, but... View More
In a situation like yours, it's important to take prompt action to protect yourself. First, document all your attempts to contact the buyer, including dates and methods of communication. This record can be useful if legal action becomes necessary.
I have sent in my packet 3 times and every time they find a separate issue with my forms. They are now saying i need a form that requires the auctioneer along with tow company and my info and signatures to be re filled out. I don't have the contact info for these entities. Can I have a lawyer... View More
Dealing with title issues for a vehicle purchased at auction can be complex, but there are steps you can take to resolve this. First, try to obtain the contact information for the auctioneer and the tow company. This information might be available through the auction house or any documentation you...View More
If you believe you are a victim of V2K (Voice to Skull) or remote neural monitoring, it's crucial to approach this situation with care and prudence. These claims are often complex and challenging to address due to their nature and the lack of widely accepted scientific evidence supporting...View More
In addressing your question, it's important to consider the principles of Full Faith and Credit Clause under the U.S. Constitution. This clause generally requires that federal and state courts must recognize and respect the judgments rendered by courts in other states, provided those judgments...View More
We sell vacation homes and have many clients from New York. We are thinking about participating in a property show but want to make sure its ok to advertise FL properties in New York. Our company is in Florida and so is the community that we would like to advertise. THANK YOU
A general concern for interstate property advertisements is whether you are in compliance with any federal/local fair housing and discrimination laws - which can vary by state and city. If you are working with a local broker your agreement should specify that they are taking on these compliance...View More
In Ohio, as in many states, consenting to a physical fight does not necessarily make it legal. Even if both parties agree to a fist fight, it can still be considered a breach of the peace or a violation of public order laws.
The legal system generally discourages acts of violence,...View More
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