I got no notice for sale or rent raised twice been locked out from being able to vacate unit I have paid all past due balance now this months rent is keeping me from getting my stuff I want to move out why do I have to pre pay for the month if I want to leave they are extorting me for my possessions
answered on May 2, 2023
It is important to understand the terms and conditions of the rental agreement you signed for the storage unit. If you have been delinquent on rent payments or if the unit was abandoned, the facility may have the right to auction off the contents of the unit to recoup the unpaid balance. However,... Read more »
I went to purchase gas at a gas station and the machine was out of receipts, I went inside to ask for one. The worker was very racist and rude in her talk and refused to give me a receipt. I asked why she said I don’t know how but she mentioned that she has been working at the place for 20 years.... Read more »
answered on Jun 20, 2022
Workers' Compensation is an area of law that deals with work-related injuries.
It is illegal for a retail merchant to refuse to provide you with a receipt. The situation that you describe happens EVERY day. A remote printer either runs out of paper, misfeeds, jams, or runs out of... Read more »
answered on Feb 21, 2022
You failed to say which or what kind of court, what kind of notice for court appearance or any details from which an answer can be derived.
Also have electrical wiring issues no sink I moved in here with feces on the walls and floor and no floor in the kitchen old plumbing is really messed up septic is backed up
answered on Sep 30, 2021
An Indiana attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks, and you express some immediate concerns about the safety and welfare of your family. One option here is to repost your question and include Landlord-Tenant as a category. Although all your category selections make... Read more »
During a 30-min consult last January, atty quoted a flat $80 to write a will. It all seemed fairly straightforward, until he wanted to write himself into my will "in the event that my heir and I die at the same time." At the end of the meeting, he tried to close the deal: I told him... Read more »
answered on May 12, 2021
If everything you say is true, you should file a complaint with the State Bar of Indiana. You can find their phone number online. It is an ethical violation for an attorney write himself into the will of a person for whom he is not a natural heir. It might also be an ethical violation not to... Read more »
Vehicle stored over 5 years with no payments or contact with owner.
Attempts to contact owner satisfied but unsuccessful. Vehicle valued under $700, not road worthy.
answered on Apr 15, 2021
If the vehicle is abandoned, you can file a request for salvage title and obtain title to the make it your property.
The website I would be buying is the same words just moved around. And the merchandise would potentially be clothing designed to look similar to the original brand’s clothing but not the same. Or would it be legal to offer this new and similar domain to the owner of the original for a price?
answered on Jan 8, 2021
don't do it
too close for comfort
you can be sued
consult with an attorney
Signed up in january- for classes once a week until end of may.
They switched to online classes but since i have hardwood floors and not a lot of space and i was doing tap dance i asked for a refund, they said this was not to be inplace of a dance class. that it was just to keep your body... Read more »
answered on Sep 11, 2020
An Indiana attorney could answer best, as consumer issues could involve state law. But as a general matter of contract law, it could depend on how the agreement was written, in terms of how it addressed certain unforeseeable or foreseeable intervening events. These types of situations have... Read more »
The new company could not insure me until 12:00 a.m., meaning the next day. The acknowledgement of cancellation from the prior company states my policy is cancelled at 12:01 a.m. the day I cancelled which is technically before I cancelled. My mortgage company is requiring proof of insurance for... Read more »
answered on Aug 14, 2020
Unfortunately, the use of those figures alone, as a general practice, could leave too much open to interpretation. If possible, it might be best to have them clarify in writing what the last full day of coverage is and what the first full day of coverage is with the respective carriers, rather than... Read more »
My husband's lawyer I feel is trying to punch him to take the plea that was Gabe to him. I realize my husband has a past. But courts have never offered him drug rehab or has even tried to get him help
answered on May 27, 2020
Consult and retain a private attorney if you would like another opinion on the case.
My mother blames us for the way her boyfriend treats her they fight all the time the last fight they had he called my mom crazy and then he called me crazy when me and my mom get in fights she thinks it ok to put her hands on me last time she put her hands on me I threatened to call the cops and... Read more »
answered on May 7, 2020
A better option might be to call County Dept of Social Services and make a report, they will find you a safe home if necessary.
answered on May 7, 2020
No meaningful answer can be given unless you provide more detail and ask the question more carefully. It is certainly POSSIBLE for a company to illegally harass a customer or anyone. If you describe the conduct, we can try to determine whether the conduct constitutes harassment.
I went to this provider and stated that I had pain in a particular area of my body. He roughly and unexpectedly tapped the area with his instrument causing immediate pain to me and I reacted by coming up out of my seated position, to the Dr.'s alarm. I immediately and angrily said to him... Read more »
answered on Apr 23, 2020
You have to start by filing a complaint with the Commissioner of Insurance. Go to the website to get the particulars.
answered on Dec 12, 2019
Your question remains open for a month, and it is something an Indiana attorney would know best. You could contact the Federal Communications Commission to ask their assistance in identifying state-specific resources that might be a starting point. Good luck
I am asking as I am out travelling outside USA for 3 weeks, to get my Visa stamped on my passport, I would need a lawyer to represent me with the Car sale, if I am unable to return to the USA for some reason
answered on Dec 3, 2019
In general yes. it will always depend on the attorney.
Many attorneys do not want to get directly involved in transactions of this nature as many things could go wrong.
All you are doing is giving a power of attorney to somebody.
can be a lawyer or anybody else.
answered on Oct 11, 2019
Part of your question might have gotten left off in uploading. If you could repost with additional details (do not include personal information), that might enable an Indiana attorney to meaningfully assess the matter. Good luck
my husband is not on my credit card account and I never gave them permission to speak to him but they did anyways without my permission and they never even asked him the severity questions all the said was what is your name and then told him about my account and balance.
answered on May 20, 2019
Credit card companies are not supposed to do this; however, there is very little you can do about it, other than to pay off the credit card they are calling about. You can also report them to the federal agency that regulates credit card companies.
Buyer asked me move right away how much time does he have to give me
answered on Apr 9, 2019
Whatever "free rent" agreement you had with the seller disappeared the instant the buyer acquired the house. So as far as the buyer is concerned you have no legal right to remain in the house; this also means the new owner has no obligation to give you any time to get out. Your best bet... Read more »
Can a physician give out private information to a third party, such as law inforcement, beyond the obvious (not a threat to oneself or others)? In other words, can a criminal case be dismissed based on a violation of privacy on account of a physician? Personal information was given out without my... Read more »
answered on Feb 24, 2019
Any such violation of your privacy rights would come under Fourth Amendment analysis. The appropriate sanction would be suppression of the evidence, not dismissal of charges. Of course, suppression of evidence can often result in the State being unable to proceed, and thus dismissal.
We left for vacation fir 3 weeks and turned the heat off subsequently the pipes froze and burst. Are we responsible even though when we left it was 70 degrees?
answered on Feb 7, 2019
Usually landlords are responsible for repairs required to the rental premises. However, in a case like this where the damage is caused solely by the tenant's negligence, you are most likely responsible for the cost of the repairs.
It is not going to matter that it was warm when you... Read more »
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