Ali Shahrestani, Esq.'s answer The property owner (be that the city or a private owner) may be liable if the limbs fell due to improper maintenance. You can report this to your car or home insurance for them to pursue against the owner of the property. More details are necessary to provide a professional analysis of your issue. The best first step is an Initial Consultation with an Attorney such as myself. You can read more about me, my credentials, awards, honors, testimonials, and media appearances/ publications on my law...
Peter Munsing's answer I've been successful in getting compensation from the owner's insurance. If you have collision let your company handle it and go after the owner. If you were injured, then contact a member of the Colo. Assn for Justice. They give free consults.
Stefan Dunkelgrun's answer Federal law is supreme over state law because as a condition of Statehood, North Dakota passed an Enabling Act ceding all unclaimed land to the Federal Government for disposition. Upon meeting the appropriate criteria (e.g. homesteading), a person could be granted ownership by requesting a land patent.
There are a lot of conspiracy theories and falsehoods surrounding land patents. A land patent is the original transfer of land from the government to the initial owner. Any patent that...
Peter Munsing's answer If you left the scene technically they have an argument, but you have a claim for your injuries and damage to your vehicle--I've had several and have won them. Contact a member of the Texas Trial Laweyrs Assn for the County where it happened--they give free consults.
Regina Irene Edwards' answer The home is still marital property. She still has rights and can move back home any time. If you want to prevent that, you need to file for divorce and ask for exclusive possession of the home.
"... Except as otherwise provided for in this section, and notwithstanding any other provision of law, a local government may not adopt or enforce a local ordinance, regulation, rule, or policy that prohibits, restricts, regulates, or otherwise limits an agritourism activity on land classified as agricultural land under s. 193.461. ...". Is you land so classified?
Emmanuel Muwonge's answer The Act you took issue with was not intended to regulate how animals are used for research purposes, but only to set standards for how they are obtained and maintained at a facility
APHIS's Animal Care (AC) program oversees the AWA, which includes about 10,300 facilities. These AC officials make unannounced facility inspections to ensure they are in compliance with regulations, and to identify unregistered facilities. If you are interested in the enforcement of standards governing how...
Nancy J. Wallace's answer You may (1) Sign a Notice of Dismissal of Attorney, then (2) speak with or write to the defense attorney freely. You can request an 'accounting' but there is nothing in the Labor Code requiring the defense attorney provide you with anything. YOU ARE entitled to an attorney who can explain how she/he arrived at the sum proposed for a settlement, what would happen if you rejected the settlement and obtained a rateable medical-legal from the Primary Treating PHysician, what would likely occur...
Andy Wayne Williamson's answer Best advice is that you need to consult with a tenant attorney ASAP. There is a way to get out of a lease, but you must follow the proper steps and set it up correctly. You need hands on legal advice not a blurb from this site.
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