In regard to bullet point 4 only, assuming you reported the injury within 120 days, and a period of less than 3 years has past since the date of injury, you may still have a claim for workers' compensation benefits which may provide payment of medical as well as wage loss benefits despite your...Read more »
Hi, it is not clear what your question is. However, you may want to see if you can obtain the assistance of an attorney from a local Legal Aid society in your county. Alternatively, contact your local bar association to see if there are any pro bono attorneys. Additionally, your local courthouse...Read more »
BECAUSE YOU HIRE A LAWYER DOESN'T MEAN YOU WILL GET OFF FROM THE CHARGES. A LAWYER FORCES THE DA TO MEET THEIR BURDEN OF PROOF. WHETHER THE CLIENT DID THE ACT OR NOT IS NOT THE ISSUE. IT IS WHETHER THERE IS ENOUGH EVIDENCE TO...Read more »
I own a commercial diving business that does underwater hull cleaning and yacht maintenance. I had a customer bring his boat to the marina where I am currently staying on my own boat. After I took care of his boat he didn't show up to pay me or get his boat at the time we agreed. Rather than... Read more »
Only a Florida attorney could advise you on your specific question. But you posted under Admiralty/Maritime Law, and under U.S. maritime law, a remedy that is sometimes applied in settings where vessel interests owe money is a maritime lien. This comes up in ship mortgages, vessel collisions, crew...Read more »
a protective order was dismissed in a protective order trial for insufficient evidence in 2013 in tulsa on its merits. In 2016 in creek county almost identical merits were made in the petition. Is that dealing with subject matter jurisdiction? Because the petition was granted in 2017 barring an... Read more »
A judge in creek County ordered a emergency protective order to be transferred to tulsa to be heard in conjunction with pending FP case due to minor child listed. Creek County judge then sets a review date to be back in his court 90 days from then. Petioner never set a hearing in tulsa. Tulsa... Read more »
The likelihood to force anyone to do anything these days is slim to none. You may be able to file a formal complaint against the landlord with the Office of the Virginia Attorney General in Richmond, VA.
We never reported the estate. He wants to sell the house for his benefit. My sister is 23 and lives in the house with him. He informed her yesterday that she needs to pack her stuff and move today. She has no where to go what is her rights and what can she do. I have all my mother's documents... Read more »
If your case is on appeal to the California court of appeal, you cannot appeal to the 9th Circuit court of appeals. Appeals to the 9th Circuit must come from cases decided in the United States District Court. You should be discussing these issues with your own lawyer, that is, whoever is handling...Read more »
We still maintain the rental relationship.Recently,due to the damage of the house.Tenant is unwilling to take responsibility for repairs.But in our old contract,these damages should be repaired by the tenant.Can I ask him to take responsibility for repairs,even if our contract has... Read more »
When the original term of a lease expires and the tenant stays in the property, the tenant does so under the same terms as the original lease, but becomes a month to month tenant. Your lease appears to have an increased rent amount, but if you've been accepting rent under the old rate for 2-3...Read more »
You should have submitted your claim prior to the deadline to do so in the class action lawsuit after the settlement was approved by the court. I was unable to find the Claims Administrator for you, but you may be able to contact the law firm which represented the plaintiffs. You can locate them by...Read more »
I can answer your first question, but your second question makes no sense. If you "beat" a criminal charge due to acquittal, dismissal by the Court, or the prosecution dropping the charge, and without a plea bargain, you may have potential claims for money damages for false arrest/false...Read more »
The statute of limitations is a deadline to start a case or forever lose the right to start. It makes it so someone can't bring a case against you for something that happened a long time ago. You can get a general idea about by reading the Wikipedia page but for specifics, you'll need...Read more »
I used to just unzip my pants and pee. Now I’m being asked to completely drop my pants and expose everything. I refused to test because I felt extremely uncomfortable but I’m not worried about failing at all. I contacted my probation officer immediately after but haven’t heard back yet but... Read more »
It is not illegal to drop your pants to do a drug test. The crimes related to exposing your private areas are limited to doing that in public. If you feel uncomfortable, you might ask if they would be willing to do a hair drug test instead. It is my understanding that a hair test can detect drug...Read more »
You can attempt to file a civil suit against the underlying arresting agency for damages depending on their insurance situation. This may be easily handled with a demand or may lead to protracted litigation.
Contact my office to discuss and we can go over your options 678-890-5868.
my attorney is supposed to work in my defense but shes working with the judge to keep my kids in foster care, even after me completing everything they have asked of me. my last court date was a total mess. nothing was accomplished o n their end so its like they are stagnating me. like i said before... Read more »
Child protective proceedings are an entirely different process, and decisions to move or reunite children are not made quickly. If you are 90 days into the case, I would actually be shocked if you said the court returned the kids to you that quick. The idea is that the court needs to see stability;...Read more »
I am currently 6.5 months pregnant, and have been granted an accommodation by my workplace to complete my work remotely for the duration of my pregnancy. In January, during my first trimester, I started to experience severe motion sickness that limited my ability to complete my 45 minute drive to... Read more »
Under the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, people with disabilities (including pregnancy and related side effects) are permitted to request reasonable accommodations to enable them to perform their jobs while honoring their restrictions. However, the accommodation must be reasonable, and...Read more »
They (911) have been implicated in a series of violations alone with implicating the police involved. In addition I'm worried that they will exhaust a "timeline" for keeping these recordings. I need immediate help in moving forward to avoid what I might think will happen. Please help.
More specifically, would it be unconstitutional for a law to be passed by a state government that creates a new affirmative defense for certain actions taken by a defendant that is subject to a civil lawsuit?
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