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0 Answers | Asked in Personal Injury and Car Accidents for Washington on
Q: Uninsured driver hits parked car A, slamming it into parked car B. Can car B claim damages on Car A's insurance??

My neighbor (parked car A) was parked in front of me (parked car B) along the curb. An uninsured crackhead slammed into car A, causing it to slam into car B. The driver ran and was arrested within minutes.

I was told that even though washington is an at fault state, i can file a damages... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Car Accidents for Washington on
Q: Hit and run uninsured driver hits a parked car and that car hit mine. Can i sue the person whose car hit mine?

Im in washington state. I was told i could file a claim against the person whose car caused my damage even though they werent the at fault driver. Is this correct?

0 Answers | Asked in Car Accidents for Washington on
Q: Hit and run uninsured driver hits a parked car and that car hit mine. Can i sue the person whose car hit mine?

Im in washington state. I was told i could file a claim against the person whose car caused my damage even though they werent the at fault driver. Is this correct?

0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law for Washington on
Q: I was a witness to a crime and I did not report it. I was charged with a felony instead of failure to report.

The court said there was not a charge for saying nothing, and I could not leave the court without a charge. Why? I feel violated.

0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law for Washington on
Q: I refused to testify for the prosecutor, and agreed to for the defense. the prosecutor lies tells the defense I refuse

making the defense take a plea being I was the only witness. What can be done???

0 Answers | Asked in Tax Law and Traffic Tickets for Washington on
Q: I am stationed in Washington state as part of the military I bought a brand new motorcycle from a dealer in Oregon.

I am waiting on the dealership to send a check for tax, title and registration for Washington. I was told by the dealership that I have 30 days to register it in washington before incurring fees. I was also told by the dealership that as long as I have the motorcycle insured and have proof of... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Employment Law for Washington on
Q: WA state. sales with salary + commission. Is there a min salary? Are there max hours I can work in a week?

Paycheck says 40 hours. Usually always am around 50 without tracking, but hearing we are supposed to put in 55. Base salary is 40k and goes up based on sales per year. Commissions used to get us around 80-90+ per year overall. Currently with the economy, less ppl are buying and annual income is... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Landlord - Tenant for Washington on
Q: I have an Landlord that is trying to Evict me, period. I think I have a Civil Suit Case against them

The Manager where I live has already had one case dismissed without prejudice, now they're trying to kick us out for not paying the rent, and I have already tried to, 2 times per a prior agreement I had with the prior Manager and the rent was refused, I did not get a COPY of the posted 14 Day... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Collections for Washington on
Q: Hi my girl friend got a letter she is freaking out the letter states she has 20 day to respond to sentry credit Corp..

Its says nothing about what the debit there collecting for pacific says 20 days to respond how to respond and wht will cost for an attorney to look it over and explain to her we are income is low because one of is the working g with her can help thanks

0 Answers | Asked in Civil Rights for Washington on
Q: is there anything i can do to prove that the city caused the place to flood?

i live in burlington wa. last year my home was flooded, what i'm curious about is the city opened up a dam which ended up flooding about roughly a mile inland from a river.i live with my grandma and she had flood insurance, but in that flood it was about 4 feet of water and i pretty much lost... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Appeals / Appellate Law, Estate Planning and Probate for Washington on
Q: I would like to know if I can request an appendix of depo transcripts not included in the record on appeal (CA)

I believe the depo will show where my opponent already had the truth and chose to ignor it.Transcripts are certified.

0 Answers | Asked in Collections for Washington on
Q: Can I sue a company for sending me to debt collection?

I received a call from a debt collector that I had a 480$ bill from fedex and none of the names on the itemized bill were mine. Now I have to sit there and call them for hours to sort this out when I don’t have anything to do with any of this. Am I allowed to sue Fedex for this?

0 Answers | Asked in Uncategorized for Washington on
Q: What are the stipulations on purchasing a vehicle equipped with an IID and who is eligible to remove the device?

The vehicle does not currently run and IID ignition interlock device has not been serviced nor can we get the company that provided it to come and remove it

0 Answers | Asked in Contracts and Animal / Dog Law for Washington on
Q: What can you do if a judge makes a huge mistake in a ruling that directly contradicts the evidence???

I can't afford an appeal, but the ruling is obviously wrong. It is a contract case about my dogs. He stated in the COL that I breached the contract by not conducting health testing on Sparkle and giving the plaintiff the results. The contract states that "All health testing has been... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Car Accidents for Washington on
Q: Can a co-owner of a vehicle be liable for a MVA caused by an insured (non-dependent) driver on his policy?

My mom can't drive any more, but we kept her car for me and possibly others to drive her (I have my own vehicle). Last year, I put myself on the title as co-owner to avoid probate when she dies. I was going to be the only insured driver, but then my aunt moved in with mom, and she is now the... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Education Law for Washington on
Q: I live in Washington state can a school district force a parent to put them in a residential school out of state?

My son is 12 year old with disabilities. We live in Washington state. The district sent my son to residential school in New York I was concerned with his safety. The district here in Washington state agreed for him to come home and finish school here. The day he got back to Washington everything... Read more »

Ryan Ford
Ryan Ford
answered on Jun 23, 2022

This is a complex question that requires additional information. There are circumstances where a school district can force a placement but the parent then has the option of filing for due process or revoking special education services. Depending on the circumstances, I'm often able to... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Family Law for Washington on
Q: My mom is guardian for a mentally disabled relative, what do I need to do to be guardian when my mom passes (WA)?

My mom is currently the guardian for our mentally disabled relative. She has asked me to make sure I will be able to take over as guardian in case anything happens to her. I'm both willing and able to do so, but when I first looked up becoming a guardian in WA it took me to the certified... Read more »

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