The incident involves State prison and correctional health executives transferring over 100 prisoners from a Covid19 Hotspot to another facility that had no Covid19 cases. I was among those at the receiving facility who then became ill as a result of that transfer. The executives acted with... Read more »
You can find many good law firms in and around Oakland and San Francisco who are experts in civil rights cases of the kind you describe. It seems you already have developed a good bit of evidence to support your case. I suggest you prepare a chronology of the events, if you haven't already...Read more »
If they were ordered to pay your attorney fees then you should have the attorney handle the matter. You should have a contract with your attorney that covers such situations. Your attorney needs to confirm with the court how much you paid your attorney.
That is a great question if you are in law school studying constitutional law. You will have to be a lot more specific in your question, by including the details necessary to determine whether you may have been subjected to such a violation of your rights. It would take a discourse on...Read more »
Defendant did not respond to my Complaint within 21 days. As my Default Application was still pending, the court accepted Defendant’s Answer 60 days after the time to respond. Defendant did request an extension, however, it was filed after the 21-day time to respond. Is this appropriate procedure?
In State Court There is a difference between a Default and a Default Judgment. First you file a request for entry of default. If there is no answer on file, the Clerk enters a default. After you have this entered you submit a packet for entry of default judgment with your evidence proving up the...Read more »
Is it improper, a violation of statutes/ethics for a Defendant to submit a 80-page confidential memorandum to the Court on my case prior to filing of my Complaint? I learned of it by a public records request. The memorandum makes many false claims and certainly has the appearance of prejudicing... Read more »
AZ or CA? You posted in CA. Here I cannot even conceive of a way they could file something in a Civil action before you file a complaint. How would they have the case number? There is a procedure for them to file a sealed document that must be followed first.
Case: The sole member of an LLC filed a lawsuit in his individual name (as the plaintiff) against a company to sue them for contract fraud. The LLC owner was not aware that it could be a problem to file the suit in his name since he was personally financially injured and sees his LLC and himself as... Read more »
It depends on the dollar value of your mother's estate, which is all of her assets except retirement, her car, and a few other items. If your mother's assets are valued at $166,250 or more, the law requires the estate to go through the Probate Court, so a judge can supervise the...Read more »
Sorry to hear about your experience. It's not quite clear what legal grounds you want to stand on. If you mean the debt... If you acquired the debt on your credit cards or loans in your name only then you are responsible. Did you get his promise to repay or share in writing? If so you could...Read more »
This letter from an ex-love interest who is seeking damages from a breach of contract, and fraud.
It is in the amount of $15,000 and is dated February 25, 2021and was served by a FED-EX person on March 4, 2021 to her 16 year old son who was asked to sign his name when he was in the garage... Read more »
If you have a personal injury claim you should talk to an attorney first. They most likely would have an expert evaluate it and keep it as evidence in your case. If you didn't get hurt very badly then it most likely will be hard to get an attorney. They should compensate you for a new mattress...Read more »
Well my vehicle that I had just purchased and at the time due to the coronavirus wasnt able to register it in my name yet but had bill of sale and paperwork was stolen and traded but at the time people who stole it said they had it towed away so I made a police report and when the investigator... Read more »
I was scammed a large amount of money for virtual goods (one of the people scammed me in BTC aswell) before I was medicated. I disavowed my contract with them, and told them that I want my money back (under “Contracts with minors 4318.02). I’m also on the... Read more »
You may have a claim under various consumer protection and unfair business practice Acts. Contact a member of the Consumer Attorneys of California who deals with consumer debt issues. They give free consults.
I'm the plaintiff. The law firm for the defendants are jerking me around with BS objections and responses to discovery. I'm looking for a lawyer who can assist me on a Limited Scope basis to prepare high quality motions to compel discovery which are dead bang winners.
All real litigators know there is no such thing as a "dead bang winner" discovery motion. Generally, judges do not like these types of motions. The key to effective discovery is precise and clear drafting of the discovery, clear necessity for the particular discovery, and well-documented...Read more »
In 2013 , my friend bought a 6 month old purebred puppy for $2,500. He bought him as a pet, not to be bred. At 7years of age, he was stolen and used to sire a total of 8 purebred puppies. The puppies were then sold for $3,000 each. His dog could have continued to sire more puppies for at least 2... Read more »
I was defrauded into a marriage by a ceo of a big corporation for 4 years . I found out he was also married in Long Beach and was involved in sex trafficking. Since reporting him, he been threatening me, sending people to harass me etc. I would like to sue him. Can anyone help?
My brother filed a case on 2/2020 against my sister-in-law for divorce and DVRO b/c she hit him and my dad. The court then heard the case and ordered a restraining and move out order against my sister-in-law until 3/2023 to protect my brother and dad. But on 11/2020 my brother requested and the... Read more »
I just purchased a new home and cannot afford two mortgage payments. I have nearly $300,000 in equity and wish to sell and retire. The tenant claims her lawyer states she can stay for 60 days. She also told me she will refuse to let anyone enter the proper who is interested in buying the home.... Read more »
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