An Arkansas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. It could depend on Arkansas UM doctrine and your policy. Nationwide, states differ as to whether actual physical contact is necessary for a UM claim. Check with a local attorney as to state-specific requisites. Good...Read more »
Obtaining a license may not be a problem but, you cannot own or control a firearm for any purpose if you have a felony conviction no matter how long ago you got the conviction. However, you can seek relief through the Governor's office by filing a clemency petition. In appropriate cases the...Read more »
An Arkansas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. You need to search for attorneys who handle Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) matters. You could try searching under ADA and civil rights law firms. You could check with the Arkansas Bar Association. Most...Read more »
The property that was stolen is a vehicle I did not know that vehicle was stolen so I was charged with theft by receiving. But another party says that I also stole the vehicle can I be charged with both charges?
The two crimes that you mention require different elements (acts) or mens rea (state of mind) to commit that offense. I don't see how you could convicted of both crimes based upon identical facts. Perhaps, if an individual bought a car that he knew was stolen and then failed to pay for the car...Read more »
I missed court for the second time the first time was doing covid and I didn't have enough money to pay. I found out I had a warrant through Uber when they fired me I turned myself in the next day because I didn't know the severity now I thought my second court appearance was on the 9th... Read more »
Very good that you recognize that a lawyer can assist you. Please contact a traffic ticket or criminal defense lawyer in the Little Rock area---or contact a few lawyers----and then after speaking with them and hearing your options, hire the one with whom you feel most comfortable. While there are...Read more »
My principal stated that all certified staff are required to come in before our contracted hours and stay afterwards to supervise students for free. She also says that if we don’t, we will be written up for insubordination and that those of us with second jobs would have to make other... Read more »
I went to a dermatologist today with an appointment that was previously booked. Upon arrival I gave them my insurance card and they stated that they did not accept my insurance. I offered to pay out-of-pocket since I really need to be looked at and they flat out refused and said that they would get... Read more »
An Arkansas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. Until you are able to arrange a consult with a local attorney to review the matter under state-specific insurance and health care regulations for Arkansas, the general rule nationwide is that doctors are free to...Read more »
I worked for a company, empire aes, doing fiber optics for a month. I received two weeks of pay. After that they stopped responding to my attempts to contact and have not compensated me for the additional two weeks. I submitted my work through their system as required but they won't even respond.
Code of conduct says “if you believe you have been mistakenly discipline, please contact support here” which is where I make support request ticket but after making one all I get is an email (This is an automated email response.) saying “we don’t respond to inquiry’s of that kind” or... Read more »
More details would be needed because this is not a clear cut answer. I can say Arkansas does not recognize common law marriage. However, I wouldn't give up just yet. It depends on when the property was acquired (during the 14 years or after). Did your partner have a will? Do your partner have...Read more »
An Arkansas attorney could answer best, but your question remains open for two weeks. It could depend on your insurance policy, if it provides full coverage. If you only carry basic liability, a property damage claim from such an incident occurring on an open roadway could be difficult. Good luck
53day from date my Truck was Towed to the shop till I got back. The reason it took so long was Insurance sent check to wrong state & company. They didn't let me know I sent them around 15 emails with no response. I lost out on a job. Stuff was shut off and I even had to walk to town one... Read more »
An Arkansas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. In terms of loss of use, damages to offset the unavailability the vehicle in PD claims are usually limited to rental cars as an industry practice nationwide. And depending on the carrier, even that can be tightly...Read more »
Hearing May 2021 awarding father joint custody after moving with a distance of childrens school. Father does, begins joint. Mother appeals courts decision. Appeals court reversed in part, affirmed in part. Reversed the distance requirement but agreed custody should have changed but without the... Read more »
An Arkansas attorney could answer best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Until you are able to discuss this with a local attorney familiar with Arkansas rules of civil procedure, as a general premise nationwide, there is no such time limit. The Sixth Amendment protection you're...Read more »
It was years back, abusive ex husband I left showed up where I was staying and assaulted me. I had no job and was pregnant. I had no idea the consequences of pleading guilty. I was out on bail. At plea hearing the judge said if I plead not guilty he was going to put me in jail even after my... Read more »
"It was years back" is a real problem with your case. An overbearing judge may have unintentionally misled you. You were probably not in a state of mind to appreciate what was happening to you at that time as well. What you describe is fraught with problems from a legal perspective....Read more »
More information is needed on this however unless a court of law has ruled on the issue of fault, you have every right to fight the current/previous opinions of the investigating officer, insurance companies and others by filing a lawsuit and having a trial.
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