There demands are to much for me to pay and in trying to do so I'm now being threatened with forclosure and have been doing without some of my heart medicine. I'm 65 years old and live on $870.00 per month. Now they are trying to force me to let them on my property. At the first hearing... Read more »
I've had an individual file report accusing me of things I have not done and know nothing about with the local state and fed. This guy is targeting me because he for she rain thinks I've slept with his girlfriend or whatever she is. I don't know if this girl is feeding him a bunch... Read more »
Generally speaking, a criminal defense attorney would know best how to navigate the criminal justice system and analyze what is happening in order to tell you if any crimes are actually being committed against you.
Son was in a rollover accident in someone elses car. He had an avulsion wound to the knee. He has a permament scar on his knee, he will always have to protect from sun and it will never have feeling on it.
There are too many unknowns to answer your question. For example, in addition to the scarring, are there any functional problems? Any types of vocations that he will not be able to do? Even though he is 17, did he already have a job, hobby, or career goals that may be impacted by his injuries? Are...Read more »
Me and my mother are estranged. We own a house together that we are currently selling. There is a credit card that is in both of our names for $7000. Each of us wants it payed 50%/50%. My mother doesn't trust me to pay my half so she wants to hold up the closing. She wants me to credit half to... Read more »
Hello. I want to return my car because I plan on buying a house early 2022 and don't want a car payment listed as a bill when I apply for loans. I got into a wreck last month. I only have pip insurance. It's a fairly large dent in the driver side of the door. The person's insurance... Read more »
I offered my brother to pay off the loan to my ex-partner $74,000.00 for the part that he owned in the house (30%) so that one day he could receive the benefit of my investment of $ 150,000.00 in cash. My brother accepted the offer, a contract with a lifetime guarantee. At the closing of the... Read more »
They were informed of the septic drain field. 2 days later septic backed up into house. I had the septic tank pumped. The water was flowing back from the drain field indicating a possible collapse. I called the tree company & requested that they come out and look at the site. They never... Read more »
Your inquiry indicates that you writing from Indiana but directing it to Fla. attorneys. If this is an Indiana matter, you must direct your inquiry to Indiana attorneys. If it's a Fla. matter, more facts would be needed to evaluate this and determine what actions can or should be taken. Of...Read more »
Actually my daughter and son-in-law are the plaintiff. They have verifiable mitigating circumstance and significant loss of income due to medical issues. Family is 2 adults and 2 children..... I just do not know enough to know what needs to be done to respond. They have a court date of 12/30. They... Read more »
This is in Small Claims Court, which is designed for people without lawyers. The process is simpler than in any other court. They should definitely appear on the date scheduled, they will be advised to file a written answer, there will be mediation between the parties and a small trial later, if...Read more »
say i have a neighbor who blasts music 12hours per day and has been doing this for 8 months. Can I sue for the 1st month in small claims, then the second month after the 1st suit has settled. Then the 3rd month etc etc I dont see a difference if i specify the times I am sueing for... Read more »
What money damage would you ask for? Suing serially in small claims seeks like an absurd way to try to keep whatever damages you are seeking in small claims court; and I don't see what you hope to gain by doing so, anyway.
their vehicle and get the purse of the person on bail and make the signer get into the purse and pull out a credit card and run the card for 3500 dollars and then bring the person on bail out to the desk still handcuffed and force them to sign a collateral receipt and take 50 dollars cash from the... Read more »
For this issue, you must consult a criminal defense attorney (either hired by you or court-appointed). Bail bondsmen have certain limited powers to detain a defendant who has failed to appear in court while on bond. Whether the one in your situation went beyond their legal powers is a question...Read more »
This Company I contracted with was re-wiring my house. They left early one day and forgot to put a cover back on the breaker box outside of my home. They told me the power was off so it didn't matter. Unfortunately, there was power (100 AMPS) that was exposed to elements, my wife, kids, pets,... Read more »
You must show damages, and I did not read any damages for the first instance. As to the second episode, if your personal items were damaged in the garage due to their negligence, you can ask them for their insurance and make a claim there. You may also try making a claim to your homeowner's...Read more »
At the adjudicatory hearing even though I was there at 9am as scheduled, although all other parties were provided with links to attend via voom, I didn’t leave the building till 3:30 that day without seeing the judge and when I asked what was going on the bailiff said I couldn’t speak to the... Read more »
Extensive damage occurred in my house after work was done by a company. The damage was undetected for almost four years due to its location. Once found, expensive repairs were required. Three outside specialists confirmed the cause of damage was the poor workmanship. The company refuses to pay any... Read more »
You ask a very good question and one that I have been asked many times. An arbitration provision is valid even if the contract involved fraud. In other words, simply because fraud was involved in the transaction, that does not void the manner in which you have agreed to resolve the dispute. This is...Read more »
My attorney told me that my workers compensation claim wasn't worth anything. I got ran over by a garbage truck on 12-11-2019. I didn't receive surgery until 10-22-2020. My orthopedic surgeon put me on permanent Disability. During mediation my attorney told me the value of my case will... Read more »
Unfortunately, once you've settled your work comp case, and especially when a judge has enforced the settlement, there's not much you can do. Usually, if you disagree with the judge's decision, you can appeal to the First District Court, but they don't usually do much, and, most...Read more »
A Dollar tree manager assaulted me, threw, my cane, shove me & grabed my phone when I told her I was recording her because she wouldn't do a refund on things I had bought 2 mins. earlier w/receipt even though Dollar tree policy is to do so. As soon as I told her I was recording her she... Read more »
You may have a claim for personal injuries based upon assault, battery, negligent hiring and retention, negligent and or intentional infliction of emotional distress. You should consult with an injury lawyer that charges you no fees or costs unless you win. You should also preserve your phone...Read more »
My workers compensation case is done. I moved to another county. I've been contacting my WC lawyer to get my files so I can give them to my personal injury lawyer but she haven't been returning my calls back. Can i get my files from another facility if i live in a different county if... Read more »
I answered this same question under the workers' compensation topic. Here is my answer: "If your case is over and settled, your work comp attorney should have collected his/her costs from the settlement. These are costs for things, like obtaining your records, on the case. Thus, if your...Read more »
It's hard to tell from your brief description what your legal issue is. The word "abused" does not indicate which rights you believe were violated. (For example, the right to be free from false arrest or police excessive force, the right to freedom of speech, the right to be...Read more »
Finding was reached. I filed a motion to dismiss on grounds of violations of my 14th amendment, not only for the illegal arrest but the Sheriffs dept, sent me a notice of my warrant, I communicated back and decided to go a more refined way and file a motion to quash Capias, it was sent back by... Read more »
Notice to the agency is required by Florida Statutes, must be filed within three years of the occurrence and the dept of financial services must also be served. You should also hire a lawyer to do this and handle this matter for a myriad of good reasons.
I called less than 24hrs after signing to cancel it. I do not have the car in my possession and the down payment money was not provided because the deal will be completed if my current insurance pay for the previous car. The dealership is insisting that they cannot unwind the deal. The leasing... Read more »
The answer entirely depends on the specific words and provisions on the contract. It is impossible for anyone to tell you yes or no without reviewing the exact words in the contract. You may need to pay an attorney to review the contract and give you advice on this. Consult an attorney!
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