Am I liable if he shoots someone by accident? He is "mostly" blind. We have tried to take them away, but it is on his person. We took several away and had the long conversation about why it is a bad idea, but he insists he must have it for safety. My wife and I manage his care and will... Read more »
A Colorado elder law attorney could probably answer your question better than a personal injury attorney. You could reach out to one and discuss your role in the person's life. In addition to your liability which you ask about, you could discuss other serious issues here. If he is "mostly...Read more »
Diversified Management and the COA (Colorado Speings), in abuse of power and selective enforcement held my final payment of $2,563 in cashiers check for nearly a year, returned it for "reissue", then immediately turned my paid in full account over to Orten Cavanagh collection. This firm... Read more »
You'll need to provide proof of the payment to the court, you can ask for attorney fees when you win. I recommend that you contact an attorney that represents homeowners against HOAs to discuss your rights, remedies, and risks in this matter.
in 2002 i was charged in colorado for possession/knowledge of possession of explosives/incendiary device, but the definition section of that law discredits the materials my roommate had (materials used to reload ammunition, and or black powder muskets) my public defenders failed me and mislead me... Read more »
I feel there was no reasonable cause for an arrest to be made. The statements were false and I did not bother anyone in the building. The charges were dissmised in the interest of Justice. I am wondering if I have a potential case to sue for damages, economic losses, and non economic losses?
The illegal activities have been going on for four+ years. Additional problems include missing records and failure to return key business information such as passwords and financial information. IRS, state/local sales tax and lodging taxes have gone unpaid. What are steps (and with whom) regarding... Read more »
If you want to get your money back, I recommend that you contact a local attorney to review your facts and damages. Then you can have a detailed discussion about your rights, remedies, risks, strengths and weaknesses of your case, the law, timeline, etc.
The way Justice Thomas phrased his opinion is that the petitioners in the case were "likely to succeed on the merits of their claim that the FACT Act violates the First Amendment." What does it mean that the petitioners were "likely to succeed?" Did the petitioners succeed in... Read more »
Petitioners in licensed clinic won. The District Court denied their motion for a preliminary injunction, and the Ninth Circuit affirmed. Holding that petitioners could not show a likelihood of success on the merits, the trial court concluded that the licensed notice survived a lower level of...Read more »
It depends. If this is related to a worldwide pandemic, in which the county is exercising its Constitutional power to protect the public health, the answer is likely yes to your first question. The Colorado Supreme Court has not weighed in directly on the constitutionality of the various public...Read more »
All business accounts are in my name only. I have a contract showing I purchased the business, not my husband. It is a medical practice. Some of what they are asking for are HIPAA protected. I would not give this information to my husband. The ex-wife filed a motion stating she wants it because she... Read more »
Until his ex actually produces a subpoena or some other formal discovery request you don't have to provide anything. Once a formal request is made you would respond under the rules associated with that request. Just explain all the different reasons why the documents are not applicable,...Read more »
The vendor I chose has an Eviction notice on the door of his of operation. I spoke with him and he says he's looking for another location to service RV repairs. I'm not comfortable continuing to do business with this vendor. The Hartford Insurance Company seems to be avoiding my concern... Read more »
You probably want to talk to an attorney about this. To fully answer the question, the attorney would need more information. For instance, the attorney will need: any contracts signed with the business, releases or other things you've signed, background on why the Hartford is involved and...Read more »
We had a delivery driver pull into our driveway during light snowfall to deliver our weekly food kit, at which time he damaged our pave stone driveway. My husband contacted the company within the hour to complain and they informed him that they contract out their shipments and we would have to work... Read more »
If the company damaged your property through the negligence of it's driver and you can prove it then you have a strong case and can compel the company to pay. However, it seems that your damages are $1,500 or less as such it is not likely cost effective to retain an attorney help and it is...Read more »
I'm the plaintiff in a civil case, yesterday was our first day in court. The defendant had not filed a response, the judge told her she had to file yesterday and give me a copy yesterday. I did not receive it. What can I do now?
They talked me into selling my timeshare as they had a buyer already for it. I had to send a fee (I never should have done this I know!) of $6,000, then I sent money 2 more times for a total of $22,628 to a title closer at Colorado Title. This is a legitimate business and they stole all of my money... Read more »
I've had run-ins with this same company. I found that it is not a legitimate company and doesn't even exist other than virtually. Please shoot me an email or give me a call if you'd like more information. I'm teaching much of the day today, but will get back to you as soon as possible.
You can try. He could object. Then it's up to the judge to decide whether that is proper. Usually, you would have to have a very good reason to do this. He is not really involved and he has a right to privacy in his tax returns.
If I loaned $6000. for a down payment on our house in 2013, is it too late to collect? We lived together for several years and recently been going through child custody proceedings. We were never married. He refuses to pay what is owed. Please help
No - It is not likely that you pledged real estate as collateral to obtain a credit card. However, if you have debt issues, I recommend that you contact a Bankruptcy attorney, you may be surprised how much BK can do for you.
In my jurisdiction he would lose his ability to be a notary; if he's a licenced paralegal or lawyer there would be sanctions from the law society; depending on the context and extent there could be criminal charges for breach of duty or fraud.
Ostensibly, yes. Just like any case, the constitution and the court rules require that you have to serve the person with the lawsuit. If you succeed, then you can proceed. Many small claims courts have "law clinics" for people representing themselves. There's some forms and resources...Read more »
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