Stephen J. Plog's answer You need to file a custody case to get orders in place regarding custody and visitation. If there are already orders in place and he's violating them you need to file a motion with the court to enforce those orders. If there are orders in place but they are vague, you may also need to seek to modify them. You should seek out the services of a family law attorney.
Tristan Kenyon Schultz's answer Functionally THC is just like alcohol. If an encounter occurs and THC is found in your system it can impact whether the police proceed with criminal charges and you can potentially be sued for civil damages. If the THC level is too high (i.e. making you intoxicated or under the influence) your decision making skills are materially affected and this opens the door to a host of legal problems. I imagine that your employment contract prevents the use of drugs/alcohol (and their effects) during...
Tristan Kenyon Schultz's answer If negligence occurred, the doctor and hospital (if the doctor was on staff) are liable. The issue of whether the treatment was negligent is something that is beyond the scope of Justia's Q&A section. You will need to contact a medical malpractice or personal injury lawyer directly. The lawyer will review your cases and will likely need to consult with a medical expert for the expert's advice. Most personal injury lawyers work on a contingent fee basis.
Adam Studnicki's answer It may depend on the nature of the claims and the plaintiff's and/or statutory beneficiaries in the wrongful death action. Ask the lawyer you are using in your wrongful death case (and/or your probate lawyer).
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