A Kansas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Until you're able to discuss recent case law decisions from Kansas courts with a local attorney, it sounds like it could be a difficult basis for a case. With adhesives and sealants, it's a given that they...Read more »
A Kansas attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. I'm sorry for the suffering you're experiencing. If you're represented by counsel here, they would be in the best position to answer. Without knowing the particulars of your case, a general feature of many...Read more »
Rented a car and was pulled over due to bad tags. Children's mother forgot firearm. Now being charged with felon in possession. I thought my car was supposed to have valid tags. Now facing multiple felonies.
A Kansas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks and time is of the essence in your actions. Reach out to a Kansas City criminal defense attorney, or if qualifying based on need, you could look into whether you are eligible for a public defender. Good luck...Read more »
Based on these facts, it's difficult to determine who is liable for the clogging. You could repost in the Landlord-Tenant section, where an attorney with the best insight into these types of situations would have a better chance of picking up your question. As a practical matter, even if you...Read more »
An attorney who practices in Kansas would be able to advise in the best possible manner, but your question remains open for a week. When you agree with the driver's insurance company on a settlement figure, they will ask you to sign a release. The language of the release will probably preclude...Read more »
I'd like to know what I can or can not say or do within my course, as well as the sales letter for it. I want to abide by the law, etc. I personally beat chronic anxiety and panic attacks with more natural approaches and techniques, and want to include them in the course.
I thought you needed a license to purchase CBD in MO because of the law that passed in 2014. I've been seeing CBD stores stating it's not needed to purchase the products. Is this legal? I don't want to get into trouble for purchasing.
The tools Return to me his house was raided by the police. Out of all the things that were seized from the house my tools were the only things because they were believed by the police to be stolen which they were not. How would I come about getting my tools return to me before they become unclaimed?
Example: A customer logs onto a website, "reserves" products online, but does not actually pay for the products online. He/she only "reserves" the products. Only when the customer is actually present at the location does he/she have to actually pay for the items... Read more »
The context of the question (tax liability, jurisdiction, etc.) is not clear.
Please Take Notice: I am not your lawyer unless we enter into an engagement agreement in writing. This is only general information. It is NOT legal advice, and it may not work for your specific situation. It is...Read more »
In most situations, a defective medical device is treated as a products liability case and not a medical malpractice case. Unless you have evidence that your doctor breached the medical standard of care (medical negligence) during the surgery or knew that the device was defective when he/she did...Read more »
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