being transformed and not secured properly fell from wheel chair after going head first outta wheelchair as well as deputy no clue to proper securing ..and then driven shackled on floor head smashed into metal floor and cage...and stating more then one time was not secure nor safe l
Also ejectment. does that require counterclaim? Do I specifically have to answer to that?separately? I'm unrecorded coowner in possession for eight years and he's trying to say he didn't know of our claim when he bought from our coowner without our knowledge of sale. Broker and... Read more »
You issue and question is way too specific for an attorney on this cite to give you any meaningful response to. You need to take all your documents and meet with an attorney for a one-on-one consultation.
Defendant filed for automatic extension to demure 10 days ago. Claims to be justified on an automatic extension to demure because he emailed Plaintiff 26 days ago to meet and confer. Plaintiff was ill and unavailable yet was represented by counsel. Defendant is skipping the fact that he was... Read more »
Pursuant to CCP 430.41, before filing a demurer, the demurring party shall (must) meet and confer in person or by telephone 5 days before the responsive pleading is due. If the parties are unable to do that, the demurring party can file a declaration which entitles them to a 30 day extension to...Read more »
I was involved in a custody battle in a adjoining County. My probation officer denied me going to San Diego to gather and file documents crucial to my case also stating that I cannot go to San Diego without a scheduled court date. When I went to a scheduled court date, after notifing her via email... Read more »
In California, tenants who are defendants in an unlawful detainer cannot file a cross-complaint. However, the tenant can file a separate lawsuit against the landlord for any breach of the rental agreement, negligence, fraud, harassment and other claims.
The account was over the limit for small estates. Titled as single owner no POD. NO Heggstad petition. Does this account remain the property of the estate or can a bank legally give the money to the trust without court approval.?
The bank will not turn over the funds to the Trust absent a court order. Through a Heggstad petition, you can ask the court to fund the bank account into the trust. Since the trust lists this account, a Heggstad should be granted. Unfortunately, in Alameda County, it takes around 9 months to...Read more »
An identity thief impersonating me was able to withdraw 8K from my account at a Chase Bank branch. The thief could pull off the ruse because he had my ATM card and he knew both my password and, equally important, the provision of Chase policy that caps 8K as the maximum sum withdrawable without ID.... Read more »
More information is needed. Speak with a local attorney. [I litigate cases. Anything posted here must not be construed as legal advice, nor as grounds for forming an attorney-client relationship. You should seek an attorney for formal legal advice and representation.]
We have been told by the opposing attorney to confirm that there is no agreement in the single judge who would hear the challenged judge's defense. Questions regard, how many judges does the challenged judge have to defend against, just one? If it is agreed that there is no judge that anyone... Read more »
Why would the judge fight his own recusal- he'd either recuse himself or not. [I litigate cases. Anything posted here must not be construed as legal advice, nor as grounds for forming an attorney-client relationship. You should seek an attorney for formal legal advice and representation.]
Persons represent themselves in small claims court. [I litigate cases. Anything posted here must not be construed as legal advice, nor as grounds for forming an attorney-client relationship. You should seek an attorney for formal legal advice and representation.]
There seems to be a lot of things in these contracts that are unrelated to curriculum and attendance. In some cases it does not seem to be related to education at all and if it is it states it has very little to do with it. I do not want to sign it but they are saying if I do not then my child... Read more »
You could take the contract to a local attorney and pay him to review it, allowing you to ask any pertinent questions. [I litigate cases. Anything posted here must not be construed as legal advice, nor as grounds for forming an attorney-client relationship. You should seek an attorney for formal...Read more »
What is the basis for the impound. Speak with a local attorney to assist you and fight this case. [I litigate cases. Anything posted here must not be construed as legal advice, nor as grounds for forming an attorney-client relationship. You should seek an attorney for formal legal advice and...Read more »
The Contractor is stating I still owe him the balance on the contract so he will not fix any issues until that is paid. The CSLB states that the same issues should not be filed in a civil suit but the Contractor has now filed a civil suit in Superior... Read more »
CSLB Claim vs. Civil Suit: Your first inquiry is whether the construction contract has Arbitration as a dispute mechanism - if it does, within 30 days of service of the Civil Suit you should file a "Motion to Stay" the civil suit grounded on the argument that the parties are...Read more »
Title and had an appointment to meet with insurance the following day so I just thought why not take it through the car wash before the insurance people to view it. And I could see there was no visible damage to there automatic car wash the brush thing wasn't damaged and the wall piece was all... Read more »
A California attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. I'm sorry for the loss of your father. It isn't fully clear if the vehicle had been insured at the time of the claimed damages. If it was uninsured, based on the amount of damages claimed, you'd...Read more »
4 years is not that unusual for civil litigation to take. It is on the longer side, but not unheard of. You should contact your attorney to get a status on the case. Alternatively, if you have the case number, you can go to the Court's website and check the status yourself.
I need to prove ownership of my property. Do I file a motion to order them to produce property in order to prove my ownership or do I go through discovery with a request to inspect evidence? Which is quicker to be heard? Although i have a police report I feel as if I'm retrieving my own stolen... Read more »
Have you filed a civil lawsuit? If you filed a civil lawsuit, then you can send a request to inspect the property. At that time you can inspect the property and take pictures of it which you can use as evidence to show the Court and Jury to plead your case. Additionally, you can send a trial...Read more »
That's unfortunate news about your condo. I would suggst to first review the CC&R's to see whether or not you can even make repairs without having the oversight from the HOA. I have a condo myself used as a rental property, and I know the CC&R's dictate that the HOA has to...Read more »
On one hand it's unconstitutional and cruel and unusual to punish a person because he/she is an addict. On the other you will go to jail for up to a year for doing what addicts do, by getting high. 2001 I was arrested for 11550. 12 hour hold resulted. 13 hours later they released me. I was... Read more »
While there's been some major reforms under California law regarding drug possession, etc., there are still drug crimes, some of which carry significant penalties. [I litigate cases. Anything posted here must not be construed as legal advice, nor as grounds for forming an attorney-client...Read more »
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