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0 Answers | Asked in Business Law and Public Benefits for Washington on
Q: What documents can a pet care business legally request to establish proof of need for discounted services?

I'm in the process of starting a pet-care businesses and would like to be able to offer discounted or free services for low-income folks. My business advisor has recommended that I require documents to establish proof of need rather than taking it on faith, to avoid non-discounted customers... View More

Q: How far does Immunity go?

Does a state official have any immunity when he or she commits fraud, lies to a claimant on a recorded phone call and deceives the federal government, especially when it involves federal funds...?...

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answered on Dec 21, 2023

In the context of state officials and immunity, it's important to understand that while certain immunities exist, they are not absolute. Generally, state officials enjoy what is known as "qualified immunity" when performing their official duties. This immunity protects them from... View More

2 Answers | Asked in Estate Planning, Civil Litigation, Probate and Public Benefits for Washington on
Q: IN CORDE HOMINUM EST ANIMA LEGIS"

What is the meaning of IN CORDE HOMINUM EST ANIMA LEGIS"

John Michael Frick
John Michael Frick
answered on Oct 5, 2023

The spirit of the law is in the human heart.

It’s philosophical phrase used by former Supreme Court justice Thomas Brennan.

It is not a legal rule rule or precept.

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1 Answer | Asked in Civil Rights, Public Benefits and Social Security for Washington on
Q: after the car has been towed for 45 days, the car has been sold by “Wallys towing”. What should I do?

I am an international student, and I had a car ins Seattle. Because of COVID-19, I planned to go back to my home country, and I will go back to America in next year. My friend who live in Seattle taken care my car, he parked my car on the side of the road, but the car was towed away. After the car... View More

Kenneth Prigmore
Kenneth Prigmore
answered on Nov 12, 2020

Your problem should be dealt with under state or local city law. That means to get the right answer, you need to ask your questions to a Washington State attorney.

I am a Utah attorney. If a car is left too long in the public space in Utah, a tow company can tow it, and eventually sell it....
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1 Answer | Asked in Insurance Bad Faith and Public Benefits for Washington on
Q: My husband is disabled, receives Medicare with prescriptions cov. with Cigna. Five reimbursement checks bounced. Help.

Cigna did not coordinate their benefits with Nathan's primary insurance coverage through Regence. Cigna did not cover any copays for 3 years. We didn't quite understand the magnitude until speaking to our pharmacy and doing some investigating. We spent hours and hours collecting print... View More

Vincent J. Bernabei
Vincent J. Bernabei
answered on May 9, 2019

If you have received bad checks, you can recover from the company issuing the checks the costs of collecting the amount of the check, including attorney's fees, interest on the amount of the check which accrues at the rate of twelve percent per annum from the date of dishonor; and three... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Immigration Law, Civil Rights and Public Benefits for Washington on
Q: hello? my section 8 voucher got denied even though i am an eligible non citizen

is it a civil right law violation?

or under the protected status?

I am under withholding of removal. I have employment authorization card, but Seattle Housing Authority demanded to provide I-94 which i do not have one. I cannot travel outside of US and come back and i don't... View More

Kyndra L Mulder
Kyndra L Mulder
answered on Apr 21, 2017

Your question can not be answered because you have offered no facts.

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law, Immigration Law and Public Benefits for Washington on
Q: I'm 17 and my husband is 25 we got married in Mexico with parents permission can I do the marriage visa?

Can I do the marriage visa for my husband?

Shan Dimitris Potts
Shan Dimitris Potts
answered on Dec 30, 2015

Hello,

There are a lot of important details that are missing. Marriage visa for you or your husband? If it is for you what is your husband's immigration status? Is he a citizen or a green card holder? Talk to an immigration attorney in private to get a clear idea of how to go about...
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1 Answer | Asked in Public Benefits for Washington on
Q: Do I need a lawyer for SSI benefits claim? I only need to know if proceedings from a 2nd mortgage still vigent is cou
Jake Causing Santos
Jake Causing Santos
answered on Jun 3, 2012

Whether you should hire an attorney is a personal choice and depends on the specifics of your case. However, it appears that your question was cut-off so you may want to add more information.

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