answered on Jan 4, 2023
A Hawaii attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. At this point, you could reach out to workers' comp and disability attorneys in Hawaii to try to set up free initial consults to discuss. You could search attorneys on your own, and there's a tab above,... Read more »
investigation found zero fireworks or any known combustible items near reported start of fire location.fire investigator’s/landlords insurance determined cause unknown. First week moving in home, off and on we would smell burning wood but didn’t see smoke, (ironically the location witnesses... Read more »
answered on Oct 8, 2022
A Hawaii attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Your question straddles several categories and I can only speak for the Personal Injury aspect of your question, not the L-T issues. When you mention "unscathed," it sounds like you might be referring to... Read more »
I had them up to 35k without one. They denied, delayed, blocked a legit claim. Now Im destroyed.
For the last 10 months I have been living in a situation that I can no longer tolerate. No longer hope that it will get better, no longer willing to compromise my health mental, psycial and emotional. I now have been experiencing PTSD, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, from being traumatized by my... Read more »
answered on Aug 30, 2022
Your situation sounds alarming and unsustainable. You correctly identify your claims as arising out of landlord-tenant legal responsibilities. Your complaints appear to complain of a violation of the covenants of exclusive use and quiet enjoyment by your landlord.
Frankly it will take a... Read more »
How can I make him to pay for my medical bills caused by him?
answered on Aug 23, 2022
If you have UM coverage then it might be best to see if your UM policy will cover you, as well as your health insurance and/or medical payments coverage. Also, I would contact an injury/accident lawyer in Hawaii ----most will provide a free initial consult and you might receive some additional... Read more »
I was not at fault. The person who caused the accident was killed in the accident. His insurance isn't paying yet. I cannot get insurance settlement until prosecutor investigates case. What can I do to get records of the accident so that I can move forward. I have no car and no rental car. Do... Read more »
answered on Jul 21, 2022
If you do not have a lawyer representing you then please immediately hire one. When the insurance company does not cooperate with you, then you need someone to fight for you and protect your rights and that is a lawyer.
Rental agreement is used by a caregiver/ lessor and residents/ tenants to make it legal but now Dept of Health creates all kind of rules . How do we protect ourselves from all this.
answered on Sep 30, 2020
A Hawaii attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. One option, which you likely already realize, could be to sit down with a local attorney familiar with the new laws and identify issues that could arise in the future. You could also contact social workers and... Read more »
I'm having Ni some with the person I. Have 21st
answered on Sep 4, 2020
A Hawaii attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. There most likely are such laws, as invasion of privacy is addressed in virtually every jurisdiction. It's a broad offense and can cover different wrongful acts, from disclosing sensitive information to casting the... Read more »
answered on Sep 10, 2020
I'm very sorry for the loss of your father. A Hawaii attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. You could reach out to Hawaii attorneys to discuss further. An attorney could investigate the matter further and request records for review with a medical... Read more »
answered on Jul 4, 2020
A Hawaii attorney could best advise, but your post remains open for two weeks. As a general premise, you could possibly be liable. Owners of trees could be liable if it is determined that they were negligent. And that element of negligence could be subject to different interpretations - failing to... Read more »
When we arrived at the mechanic, the workers were all out of the street racing RC cars that reach up to 100mph. My friend and I, who were waiting to pick up his truck were on the side watching them. They were drinking beers as well. They agreed to one more race and as they were coming back at a... Read more »
answered on Jun 11, 2020
This sounds like a classic case of "negligence." The question is whether the person driving the RC car has assets to cover your claim. He/she, or the business, certainly may have insurance to cover this. You should consult a personal injury attorney in Hawaii to, among other things,... Read more »
answered on Feb 15, 2020
You'll probably have to run searches on either publicly or commercially available case law databases in jurisdictions where the issue arises. It isn't something that most lawyers in the mainland U.S. would readily have available at their disposal as a common reference. Good luck
I also had requested a mold test which was denied and asked for mold remediation of the shower which took months. I’ve suffered now from sinus issues, allergies, esophagitis and had to pay to an ent out of pocket and am worried about all of the toxic spores we’ve now been exposed to. How do I... Read more »
answered on Nov 10, 2019
In terms of the personal injury aspect of your question, you'll have to see if you could arrange a free initial consult with a Hawaii personal injury attorney who could review your records and what information is available on the mold. The problem with these types of cases is that establishing... Read more »
We were making a left hand turn on a green light when a car came out of nowhere and ran a red light at a speed of at least 50mph. They T-boned our car and we spun out before bouncing off of a pole on the other side of the street and then finally coming to a stop. I and my sister had to be extracted... Read more »
answered on May 26, 2019
Contact a personal injury in Hawaii immediately. You have probably already notified your own insurance carrier; have your attorney place them on notice of an uninsured motorist claim. It sounds like it was a busy post-accident scene that involved a police response, as there were EMTs. Your attorney... Read more »
I am a student here at BYU Hawaii, and have received a message ..I do not know how they got my number.
answered on Jun 7, 2018
Depending on what was said and your relationship with the person, you might want to make a police report so that incident can be documented and the police can explore the possibility of pressing charges. If it continues, or if you feel that your safety and property if threatened by the messages,... Read more »
Damaged nerves. Worker is offering a settlement of $15,000. Does that sound right?
answered on Mar 2, 2018
You need a consult from an experienced attorney. John O'Neill in Maui gives free consults. Give him a call and tell him I suggested you call.
I live in a private gated community. My neighborhood manager has informed the guard gate not to allow people visiting me to come in, not even to drop me off, which means I have to walk from the gate to my home that is quite a ways and up a gradual incline. Neighbors drive by and see me walking and... Read more »
Radiation victims cannot seek relief in courts for
USA victims but are allowed to seek relief of
answered on Jun 26, 2017
You should direct that question to a toxic torts attorney. Generally, you can only sue in the united states for a wrong committed in the united states. In toxics cases,the wrong is considered to be the release in most cases. International law and it's effects are an entirely separate issue.... Read more »
They confronted me in the bathroom and saw me exit without their computer where they said they left it. They retuenes ans bothered me at my cafe table. Then they had the cafe workers ask me if i stole the computer. Then they called the police about it and i was asked to be seaeched. They called it... Read more »
answered on Jun 20, 2017
You can sue, but if they have no money, then you'll spend a lot to end up with a piece of paper that's worthless.
Suggest you look for a different place to hang out.
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