A drugged out tweaker was able get into our house by kicking the door in because the deadbolt the landlord installed (knowingly) didn't work, I held the burglar at gunpoint, step daughter witnessed it, leaving her traumatized so much she opted to move out and moved in with her dad. She had... View More
They went and took everything out of my checking account trust me out on the road with no money I've been in contact with him all the way through they want everything in many position where I can't work with them anymore I feel when they willfully and deliberately set out to break me and they did
An Iowa attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for five weeks. I'm sorry your question went unnoticed. You mention that you need a lawyer - this forum is not set up like an attorney referral service. Attorneys here can't offer their services. You would need to reach...View More
Coz I couldn't find help and in my own judgment if there is no one working from aisles 13 to 20+ for approximately 30min then customer must help themselves or go somewhere else what I couldn't coz I have 4 year old at home and I need air-conditioning unit asap on very hot day
The decision to title a teen's car in their name or the parent's name depends on various factors. If the teen is the primary driver and responsible for the car's expenses, titling it in their name can provide a sense of ownership and responsibility. However, if the parent is...View More
An Iowa attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. It's difficult to offer any meaningful input without seeing the file - were there additional expenses - health care provided on a lien basis after denial of insurance coverage, expert testimony, technical reports,...View More
An Iowa attorney could advise best, but it looks like you posted your question last week and it remains open - and this is something you probably want to address promptly to avoid unnecessary legal troubles. You could call the law firm to let them know there is a case of mistaken identity here....View More
If you are experiencing distressing or unusual symptoms, it is recommended to consult with a medical or mental health professional who can evaluate your symptoms and provide appropriate treatment options. They can also provide guidance on resources for coping with your symptoms and connecting you...View More
On October 3rd I was injured at work and went to mary greeley hospital er in ames and x-rays were done and I was in and out in a hour on the following Thursday Oct 13th I went back cuz I was still in pain and I had to wait for 4hours before anyone came to check on me and actually talk to... View More
Operator suffered from serious brain trauma in accident and was questioned right after. It was clear operator was confused which was a result of a concussion from the accident. Operator couldn’t recall events of accident for three days after the accident. Officer wrongfully believed operator was... View More
You need to obtain a professional opinion (expert witness) from a neurologist who can identify how the collision would have affected the injured person’s ability to offer a trustworthy statement (from an evidentiary standpoint).
What recourse does a husband have in Iowa if his wife is openly committing adultery and refuses to stop?? The only respite she is offering is a divorce for which the husband has to pay along with losing half of the assets. She is openly mocking him by saying that in Iowa, he is screwed by the... View More
Iowa is a "no-fault" state, meaning that adultery, etc., cannot be used against an opposing party in divorce proceedings. Additionally, Iowa is a "marital property" state, meaning that any assets, aside from specific exemptions (including inheritances kept in separate accounts),...View More
I was in an accident where I lost control of my friends minibike and hit his dads, friends truck. I suffered a broken wrist due to it and two days after the incident, the guys wife reached out saying the estimated cost to fix the truck was $1100 and that I would rightfully have to pay it because... View More
An Iowa attorney could answer best, but your question remains open for two weeks. If this involves motor vehicle accident litigation, your selection of categories makes sense. However, this could also be something that an attorney who deals with criminal law/professional conduct matters could have...View More
Generally no--it's more like a curse "I wish you to get Covid"
In some circumstances it could be actionable but that would take money because no lawyer would take the case. Spend the money on getting counseling on any fallout, and how to avoid or deal with creeps like the person who said that.
The sidewalk leading to the apartment building was raised up and my toe caught it. I busted my mouth open, broke my finger that I now have had surgery and pins put In, I can't work and I can't afford the medical bills
I'm sorry about your fall and the resulting injuries. An Iowa attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. It's possible you have a case, but it could depend on the circumstances of the fall. You describe a raised sidewalk, and if that amounts to a serious enough...View More
A reasonable settlement value depends on many factors including, but not limited to liability; the amount of your medical expense (past and future); the amount of your loss of earnings (past), the amount of your loss of earning capacity (future). This is not a do-it-yourself project; I suggest...View More
There is no way to answer your question. Only prosecutors have the power/authority to file criminal charges. You can file a report with the police, but only a prosecutor has the discretion to bring charges.
Has an estate been opened? The estate has the right to bring the action.
And is now the subject of a law suit asking $400k for damages in the form of pain, suffering, emotional distress. And he has already paid medical expenses and lost wages to the plantiff. If the judge/jury awards the damages, what is the likely structure of the settlement? Payments? Lump sum?... View More
if you asked someone to come and see you and they refuse to let you pick them up and instead they take public transportation and then get into an accident are you responsible to help pay the medical bills and if you don't can they charge you with anything?
An Iowa attorney could answer your question best, but your post remains open for two weeks. As a general matter, it seems unlikely that criminal charges would stem from such a scenario, unless there are factors not mentioned, such as allowing a small child to fend for themselves on public...View More
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