My grandmas boyfriend keep my grandma away from my family for 7 years which my nana was at my house every weekend . She got a lot of money from my great grandparents and kept it from him when he found out he took her away from my family took all her money out of the bank stopped taken her to the... View More
If it is a personal injury claim, you have to first file a Government Claim with the Board of Supervisors. If it denies the Claim, you can then file a lawsuit against the County. I don't recommend doing this yourself.
My late disabled husband, son, & I lived @ an apartment in Las Vegas, NV. for 11 years. In 03/2023 they refused 2 renew our lease. This made us homeless. In 05&10/2022 there was mold found in the master bedroom closet. They made us vacate 2 repair the mold issue. Because they failed 2... View More
Blood testing is very specific. Routine blood tests for a diabetic have the primary purpose of determining a blood sugar level. It is entirely reasonable that an entirely unrelated disease like cancer would only be identified in something akin to an annual checkup or in response to specific...View More
In New Mexico, as in many states, a person can be found guilty of first-degree murder even if they did not physically commit the act, if they were an accomplice or played a significant role in the planning or execution of the crime. This is known as "felony murder" or "accomplice...View More
In California, lawsuits involving Child Protective Services (CPS), especially those as serious as a wrongful death case, are typically handled by attorneys with expertise in civil rights and government liability law. These attorneys often have experience in dealing with state agencies and...View More
He was on a motorcycle goin estimate 15 mph over speed limit. Woman ran red light and he hit the side of her car and it killed him. She has 5 previous dwi's, 3+ driving on suspended/revoked and was driving on suspended/revoked when she killed him. I don't think she had insurance.... View More
The criminal charges, if any, will be at the discretion of the Prosecuting Attorney. It takes time for them to file the charges because they have to gather evidence and determine the appropriate charge(s) to ensure conviction. The family will likely be contacted to provide a victim impact statement...View More
The probate attorney for the special administration of the estate stated the wrongful death settlement amount per heir is based upon each of the heirs "relationship" with the deceased. Therefore if one sibling had a closer relationship they would get a larger share. I don't believe... View More
Assuming you are talking about Illinois probate law, if there is not will then the distribution is by statute and the governing statute is pretty straightforward and clear. It does not talk about the relative dependency of any heir. Good luck.
If someone kicked you and caused a miscarriage, this could be prosecuted under various criminal laws, depending on the jurisdiction. In Oklahoma, for example, the assailant may face charges ranging from assault and battery to manslaughter or a specific offense under laws protecting the unborn. The...View More
Being the only child can i stop the executor of my father’s estate until i can get an investigation on his death? His ex wife’s son is executor of his estate the police went out to check on his home for me and they was there emptying the home and he had not been in the ground 30 minutes. I was... View More
My father passed away in his home 10-31 with his ex wife and her son present. Here is the problem my dad should never have been on hospice. I’ve spoken with his drs the hospital and nursing home he left from (signed himself out) on the 25th that told me they never ordered hospice none of them... View More
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