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They are licensed in his name and we were both illegally incarcerated when this was done. The police came in unannounced and attacked my disabled husband with complete disregard for repeated statements about his medical conditions. We were refused medical treatment on video by the officer who... Read more »
This is not the type of question that can be answered without more information. I would highly recommend that you contact an attorney who handles these matters on a regular basis. In general, when a disabled person is incarcerated the police can impound service dogs unless the disabled person's...Read more »
Archuleta County plow trucks regularly deposits snow plow tailings into driveways without even trying to mitigate the amount of tailings deposited/stored in right of way access to any property. I believe this is a life safety hazard. Aren't we protect from this action by law?
Assuming the library owns its building they can decide who to admit. You can contact the Colorado Civil Liberties Union but I don't see that they couldn't, especially if you appeared to violate their rules for conduct or use of materials.
This is because of a car-pedestrian accident. The injured party needs to hire a PI lawyer, and he isn't well versed in claims and because of the injury, a family member needs to be able to be the contact to assist the lawyer and make medical decisions. Is the dual state a problem?
The first issue is whether the injured party is of sound mind and memory and/or has the capacity to sign a POA. If the injured person hires an attorney, then that attorney would be empowered by the attorney-client contract in most instances to handle most of the issues you raise excepting the...Read more »
It's always better if you can build a professional relationship before the disaster strikes.
My suggestions would be to call them up and talk to them. Sign an agreement. Put down a retainer of an agreed upon amount. If anything happens you have a lawyer retained and they know they'll get...Read more »
I've been successful in getting compensation from the owner's insurance. If you have collision let your company handle it and go after the owner. If you were injured, then contact a member of the Colo. Assn for Justice. They give free consults.
I would like to record my doctor visit, However I fear that if I tell the doctor I am recording he will change his tone and not show how he has been truly treating and talking to me. If I record the visit without notifying the doctor can I use it in court or do I have to notify the dr? My state is... Read more »
I've been told that your home and retirement savings are protected in the event you lose a civil lawsuit. Is that correct? We have $500,000 per accident coverage in auto insurance and $300,000 coverage in homeowners insurance. I realize that medical bills can be far greater than that in serious... Read more »
First, talk to your agent. Generally, in a wreck, only the driver can be sued. In some states jointly held property can't be gotten if someone were to win. Unless the person is totaled, the plaintiff will settle for less than $500,000 unless they are a 30 year old skilled laborer and have multiple...Read more »
Ive filed motions to modify already, ive been alienated went 18 days not seeing talking to my son after we were all living daily life together my name wasn't on the lease so I had to leave, he brings a new female in home can abuser sign custody to her? Also do I file a divorce or in civil in... Read more »
He shouldn't be able to just sign custody over to another person. More information is needed and you should consult with a family law attorney to assess if married, your rights, options, etc. If not married any property issues would be civil.
Warning label state's to keep out of eye and to rinse with water but the product ran into eye and flushing with water did not help which resulted in a severe chemical burn to cornea and injunctive sac.
Talk to a member of the Colorado Assn for Justice--they give free consults. Argue that it was not of a consistency that you can avoid having it run into your eyes. Check with the FDA and CPSC to see if other complaints.
Above all save the tube/bottle, packaging, receipt. Get follow up...Read more »
I was told by my employer to drive my car to pick up an item from another office due to a wrong item delivered to mine. On my way to pick up the item, I hit a patch of black ice and slid into another car. My work is saying they are not liable for the damage since they don't carry insurance on me.... Read more »
They initially denied liability but I still have outstanding expenses from a car accident. The person who hit me was found 90% negligent after the case went to arbritration. My insurance company declared that I was 0% at fault. I maxed out my medical with my insurance company.
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