You should get an estimate of the cost to repair and ask your neighbor to pay for it - and also ask them to do something to prevent a re-occurrence. If they tell you to get lost then you should contact an attorney to discuss your options. Remember you can get up to $10,000 in Small Claims Court.
(a) A party may amend its pleading once without leave of the court at any time before the answer, demurrer, or motion to strike is filed, or after a demurrer or motion to strike is filed but before the demurrer or motion to strike is heard if the...Read more »
I live in Salinas, CA. The trust contains several properties, 6 non-trust bank accts, and an IRA. I’m listed as a 10% beneficiary. Father passed 8/31/21. I have copy of Trust. The trustee’s attorney characterizes situation as “messy”. Thank you.
I signed a contract for work to be done on my house after some water damage was incurred. They came to my house on 10/30 to look at what needed to be done and provided me with an estimate on 11/2. However, I now know that their contractor’s license expired on 10/31.
if they performed work that benefited you, you still owe the money for the work completed, regardless of their contractor license status. if they have not performed any work, then it may be possible to cancel the contract but you would have to spend money on a lawyer to review the contract and the...Read more »
Fires are universally feared for their destructive and unpredictable nature and can destroy entire neighborhoods if not controlled. As a result, the crime of arson, or intentionally starting fires, is a very serious offense in California. Under California Penal Code Section 451 PC, maliciously...Read more »
Example: In the wee hours of the morning, I awaken in my house to a sound coming from my detached garage. While my wife and children are all still sleeping in the house, a retrieve my (legally purchased and voluntarily registered) firearm from its secured location, exit my house and enter my... Read more »
No. You have the authority to restrain a person and make an arrest for the crimes being committed pursuant to Penal Code section 837. You should tell the person they’re under arrest but PC 841 does not require you to if they’re actually engaged in the commission of the offense.
I'm going to need a lot more information to answer your question. Is it an auto claim? Whose policy are you on? Why are you on the wrong policy? Did the insurance company deny your claim? If so, what reason did the insurance company provide?
Every person to whom an infant has been confided for nursing, education, or any other purpose, who, with intent to deceive any parent or guardian of that child, substitutes or produces to that parent or guardian another child in the place of the one so confided, is punishable by imprisonment...Read more »
my brother was given life and 120 yrs for getting busted with less than 1/8th of a gram of meth. since he has been in prison he has been stabbed 2 different times 1st time 17 times 2nd 21 times. when hetold the nurse he wasnt feeling well she laughed at him and said he just wanted drugs 3 days... Read more »
We agreed to keep the assets out of the divorce and handle it amicably between us. This was not entered into our divorce decree. Twice he has given me a verbal that he would refinance and buy me out. Then he tells me he is waiting to use the equity in our home to purchase his parents home from his... Read more »
I was riding my motorcycle down a two-way four lane street when a man on a bicycle without warning or signaling went from the far outside lane into the inside lane where I was riding. It happened so suddenly that I attempted to break and swerve but he pathed himself directly into where I was... Read more »
The buyers sent an offer to the sellers through their agent. The sellers sent a counteroffer. The buyers agreed to the counteroffer and signed the contract. The buyers agent sent the signed contract to the sellers agent via email.
The following day, the seller verbally told their agent... Read more »
Dear Buyer of "cancelled" Purchase Contract: The moment the Buyer delivers an executed Counter-Offer a BINDING CONTRACT FOR SALE is formed. Seller will try and position that the "delivery" was not effective because Seller's Agent failed to look at her email. Buyer will...Read more »
Hello. I would like to learn about the knowledge copyright issue. we have received a TRO. The plaintiff complained that we infringed on the design patent. But obviously, I think there is a significant difference between our product and theirs. We have found at least 5 specific points. We would be... Read more »
In 2016 my head injury was declared permanent and stationary but my back injury was not declared permanent and stationary until after a surgery and rehab in 2019. The insurance company ended my temp disability in 2016 and started giving me permanent disability, but shouldn't TD have continued... Read more »
you can actually receive more than 104 weeks in limited circumstances, if your injury is very serious. A head trauma certainly can be very serious. and you are correct that you are entitled to TTD, up to the legal limit, until you are no longer TTD. so if you body part is P&S but another is...Read more »
Laptop is password protected and no one else has access. Nothing is saved on the computer just logins to online scheduling, texts and email programs for work. Wondering if it is a hippa violation to use personal computer for this instead of work computer.
Not necessarily. More would need to be known about the data security in place, including how the data is transferred. There is nothing inherently violative of HIPAA by working on private data on a home computer/laptop.
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