I am in foreclosure in illinois. My son was served and did not inform me of the subpoena until after the court date. I then found out the next court date and was present. The attorneys for the mortgage company pushed for judgement against me. I asked the court for more time and they granted me... View More
I’m not sure if he filed a police report or if he knows that I’m the one who made the charges. The charges were all to Apple.com and I was notified when my Apple ID/iTunes was locked “due to disputed charges” . I have not spoken to him at all. I had permission in the past to use his card,... View More
Ahead but saw they were there and breaked too late, I got a ticket for “ driving too fast” and I don’t have to appear in court. It was a minor hit, my car didn’t get damaged and the other car got a slight dent and some scratches from my license plate. Should I plea guilty ?
If you plead guilty, without appearing in court (ie paying the ticket), it will be a conviction on your driving record and may affect your insurance, and potentially cause other problems. I would recommend speaking to a lawyer to see if you can have it dismissed or if you are eligible for court...View More
Is there any information or scenario that would qualify me to file an Illinois workers comp claim after the 3 year deadline based on the exception of not being properly informed with workers comp deadline information or filing process?
Like my current lawyer for my van accident in 2018... View More
Using the phrase "Tomorrow will be a great day with lots of sun" on a t-shirt could potentially raise concerns if "Tomorrow will be a great day" is a trademarked phrase. In trademark law, the primary consideration is the likelihood of confusion among consumers. If your phrase is...View More
We separated and he is currently 3 payments behind and has been behind on payments several times up to present. We had seperated 2.5 years ago. Never married and, as I am aware he is still living, but he has cut off all contact. I just want to get my name off of a vehicle that I’m not driving, I... View More
I work at Walgreens and our policy regarding breaks/lunches states they are not to be combined. I am forced to regardless a d sent an email to my DM. He said he would be in the store and straighten this out. Right after this my hours are being slashed at the peak of Christmas season. Is this... View More
I've read up on the emergency lights law and I'm a bit confused. If I were to purchase pure amber lights, the ones that mount above the visor, and wire them up to the blinker switch causing them to only activate when I turn on my blinker(s)/hazards. Would this be illegal? If not, would I... View More
I haven't had this problem much till now. This was my replacement keyless entry card to get into my apartment complex. The landlord doesn't have any e keyless entry cards to hand out. The landlord said it's not affordable to use regular keys. Which to me sounds absurd.
Ex-spouse owns a business and is claiming that their business is not doing well and that yearly "true-up" payments need to be reduced. One of the ways they are hiding money is by paying their new partner, who works for their business. By paying their new partner very very large sums of... View More
Is the "new partner" a business partner or a domestic partner? Assuming the question refers to a new domestic partner, the answer will depend on several factors, including whether the new partner is actually working for the business and whether the amount being paid to the new partner is...View More
I have had QMB for years and with same asset having same amount. That is not even counted by social security and they now count it as income. I get under $1000 from my SSI and SSDI. They also have the wrong information about my income
Appealing for your Qualified Medicare Beneficiary (QMB) benefits without a lawyer is an option, especially if you're familiar with the process and feel confident in handling it yourself. However, it's important to meticulously prepare your appeal, including gathering all necessary...View More
I would like to know if there is any way to penalize my employer for not opening/filing a workers comp claim in Illinois. I reported my injury to my employer a few days after symptoms started and never got any workers comp papers or information on how to file for workers comp or how long I had to... View More
Yes, when I first went to receive medical attention I did notify my boss/supervisor about what was going on. That was in early Nov. 2017. The grocery store I worked at where I moved the heavy things I worked at for over 10 years. My injury was a repetitive strain injury from lots of twisting, etc.... View More
I was advised incorrectly during my college years (80's) and missed graduation by 1 class. Years later I completed the class applied for graduation and was still denied based on the letter they sent saying requirements had changed. I verbally appealed Registrar and head of Dept. Still told... View More
Was kicked out of buis 2xs with my registered service animal for physically and emotional disabilities, filled complaint but was given a unfair investigation. I've been trying get help for a year in a half now and no one will help and I do not understand why ..I have the proof as well in the... View More
My mom left bruises on me after a harsh fight, I talked with the school about what happened and the school police officer but they dont consider it abuse. However because of her previous abuse she isn't supposed to hit or lay a hand on me or my siblings. So I left the house and have been... View More
I am parent to children involved in juvenile court due to alleged neglect. Other parent is my spouse, we are separate parties in case. Appeal rationale?: shelter care hearing occurred without prior knowledge of process of proceedings or contents of petition, given copy of petition as court began.... View More
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