Bill of sale 5-11-20
Date of citation 6-9-20
DEPT Motor vehicle requires tags and reg. in 30 days. Covid extended that to 45 days.. Yet told I'm to have tags in 3 days and my vehicle was impounded. I have a valid license, current insurance. The bill of sale. The title and with... Read more »
I sued a contractor for fraud and HICA violations in small claims court in Indiana after the contractor failed to return and complete the hired job/failed to provide a contract. His lawyer counter sued me with a defamation claim and a request to pay the original invoice amount. I wrote a google... Read more »
I recently adopted a dog and had to rehome her due to allergies. The rescue is claiming I’m not allowed to rehome her based on contract I signed. I signed a contract but never received a copy. I paid for the dog and the microchip is in my name. I gave the dog to someone else and now the rescue... Read more »
i bought a car from the dealership and financed it and i got pulled over by cops and the cops ran the tags and it turned out to be a stolen car and they charged me with possession of stolen. I have all the paperwork. the cops were nice to me and didnt take me to jail but i have to turn myself in... Read more »
I had a judgement entered and just paid it off. The it included 8% annual interest. Now it’s paid off the plaintiff is asking for additional simple interest since it was not calculated monthly can this be done?
In 2017 I applied to receive a teacup puppy from mypetfunding (Monterey Financial Services) however I never received the puppy and now have a bill of $3925.59 which is now in collections. I saw that Indiana has a law against puppy leasing and more than one family has sued this company for never... Read more »
I received a notification from the court of a lawsuit and I have 20 days to respond after the notification, but it's been approximately 11 days and I still can't find a lawyer. If I can't find one, what can I do?
answered on Feb 13, 2023
An Indiana attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks, and time is of the essence in your matter. As a general course of action nationwide, one could request an extension to arrange for an attorney. Most plaintiff firms would grant that courtesy. Reach out to local... Read more »
Hazardous Material was easily accessible; even to children, Mental distress/ Aggravation/ negligence. This is well known to cause cancer and other bodily harm and has been well known for quite an extensive period of time. This is a public area where tens of thousands of people are known to interact... Read more »
answered on Jan 19, 2023
You listed this question under personal injury. Please specifically state the nature of the injury that you sustained. If you are saying that you were exposed to asbestos but were unharmed, you have no cause of action as you were not "injured." There are no health risks associated with... Read more »
answered on Jan 11, 2023
An Indiana attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. Only a local attorney could advise you on Indiana rules. But in general nationwide, it usually involves an attorney asking the court to note their appearance on behalf of a client (with an entry of appearance).... Read more »
answered on Jan 8, 2023
No, the storage facility must first send written notice via certified mail to the renter’s last know address.
My dog was attacked we emptied our bank account to pay the bill because the owner of the other dogs couldn't pay upfront. I got a fundraiser to help us in our time of need. Now she feels she doesn't have to cover the full amount. Is she still entitled to pay the full amount?
answered on Mar 5, 2022
To be "entitled" is to have the right. She has the "right" to pay but NOT the obligation. The fundraiser collected money for the dog's vet bills. That money MUST be used to pay the vet. She is obligated to pay ONLY the shortfall between what you raised and what you... Read more »
It is a civil tort case. The plaintiff served me by publication and I have yet to see his original complaint, yet still just got sent a notice for deposition. The plaintiff even included costs of deposition. Do I have to go? There’s a hearing for a motion to dismiss scheduled and the courts... Read more »
answered on Mar 1, 2022
If you are the defendant and you filed a Motion to dismiss, you must be represented by counsel. ASK YOUR ATTORNEY. In general, refusal to obey a subpoena places you in contempt of the court that issued the subpoena. Failure to obey the subpoena can result in multiple penalties which may include... Read more »
answered on Feb 11, 2022
There are all sorts of types of vicarious liability, so there's not one single answer, but most law on vicarious liability is case law, not statutory. That means the principles have been established by written, published decisiohns appellate courts -- in Indiana, the Indiana Court of Appeals... Read more »
11/10/19 at fault no insurance
answered on Sep 23, 2021
There is nothing that you can do. You had no insurance so the other driver processed a claim under their uninsured motorist coverage (UM). Now their insurance is seeking a judgment against you which they will get. Your only choice is to enter into some voluntary repayment, have the court garnish... Read more »
The rv and then the clients didn't like the rv outcome told me to remove all that was done and now they say I can have criminal charges how so?They didn't like the outcome and said remove.I spent all the money given on this wrap to now I feel I need to file bankruptcy.I have no money to... Read more »
answered on Sep 18, 2021
There is no criminal conduct in what you described. Cease all communications with them. There is no money to refund.
The proximate cause theory of liability was used to convict somebody; what must the plaintiff prove before the paints can use proximate cause theory as basis for his/her case?
answered on Sep 3, 2021
One way is to establish that whatever happened was reasonably foreseeable given the Defendant's actions or failure to act.
"Conviction" refers to Criminal law, only."
If you were looking for something different, please re-write the question.
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