I applied for Medicaid coverage for my newborn last month. Because they have taken so long to process the application, I will now be responsible for nearly 1,000 dollars in pediatrician bills. Can I sue the government?
The county ordinance prohibits homeowners from having on the property in front, in their own driveway an RV (recreational Vehicle)-county classifies just about all towed vehicles RV's (boat, utility trailer...). Seems a little bit of a Govt overreach. Are there any Fl state statutes that... Read more »
County ordinances can be more restrictive than state statutes as long as the two are not in conflict. Most counties have these ordinances because most homeowners do not want to see recreational vehicles and boats parked in their communities. Challenging a law in court is not an easy or cheap...Read more »
Can marked security vehicles drive on public roads with their security light bar on to go from one location to another inside of a community. In other words, from one park to another inside the same community? One of my officers was stopped in the patrol vehicle and told they could not have the... Read more »
The sub-section you cite seems to contain your answer. "... Vehicles owned or leased by private security agencies may show or display green and amber lights, with either color being no greater than 50 percent of the lights displayed, while the security personnel are engaged in security duties...Read more »
The BOD can enact reasonable Rules & Regs applicable to the entire complex (but not selectively against you) regarding types of vehicles that are prohibited from parking at the complex. To be legally valid, such Rules & Regs would must be enacted in accordance with all of the notice and...Read more »
I repaired a city code violation in an apartment I own as I normally would so that I could rerent the apartment, it was air conditioning problem. After five years without any notice and thinking the matter was taken care of, I received a letter from code enforcement saying that my daily accrued... Read more »
I am unable to advise you on this important matter without first being able to see the original notice of code violation that you received from the city five years ago (you can request a copy) and reviewing the specific section of the Code(as it was five years ago) the city is using to try to...Read more »
I was fined 16k for violating city code on short term rentals. I moved so didn't receive the 1st notice warning and they did not post it at the house as required once returned. I received a notification to appear before special magistrate a few months later. I hadnt rented short term for a... Read more »
Yes, absolutely. A state attorney from a certain county can bring charges against someone from a different county for a crime that occurred in the state attorney’s county. In other words, if a crime occurs in Miami-Dade, but the defendant is from Broward, the Miami-Dade ASA can charge the...Read more »
A state attorney from a certain county can bring charges against someone from a different county for a crime that occurred in the state attorney’s county. In other words, if a crime occurs in Miami-Dade, but the defendant is from Broward, the Miami-Dade ASA can charge the defendant from Broward...Read more »
State records which clearly don't support the action and the district court dismissed the case absent procedural due process is the case live or dead for purposes of completion? This action has caused and continues to cause concrete harm and damages for which redress is required.
If you referring to a HOA or condominium (COA) sending you an invoice for assessments, the answer is no, you may consent in writing to notices and invoices being sent by email, but you do not have to consent. New laws went into effect July 1, 2021 which now require associations to send a 30-day...Read more »
Of course there are; otherwise, no suits would ever be filed against the Federal government! If you happen to be asking if any lawyers viewing your post are willing to take your case, this site does not work that way; it's for lawyers to offer educational information about the questions being...Read more »
No, and you really need to schedule a consultation with a land use & zoning attorney to evaluate your situation and explain your legal rights. 42 U.S.C. Sec. 1983, which provides a legal cause of action for violation of Federal constitutional or statutory rights, does not apply to complaints...Read more »
I know many nonprofit companies that sell products/services and make money they don’t help a community at all. I would sell gift boxes and make a profit and help low income/foster care kids. I need help knowing what to do and how to set this organization up. I live in Florida. But any advice on... Read more »
This is not just one question. This is a set of questions, which includes a) how to incorporate; b) how to receive non-profit status ; c) how to maintain a non-profit status. It is not easy to answer in a short form. You should start by incorporating and proceed to schedule a consultation with an...Read more »
You should hire an attorney licensed in the state where the probate case is. Theoretically you could find an attorney near you who is also licensed in the state where the probate is. For example, I live and work in Tennessee and am also licensed in Arizona and California and three other states.
I am the secretary for a 501c3 focused on supporting military and ex-military veterans. We have a unique situation where the group acquired a motorcycle trike, which the group would like to "loan" to a biker who lost his leg in a motorcycle accident. We want to know if we should... Read more »
Liability attaches to whoever owns the trike as well as whoever is driving it when an accident occurs. So if the club owns the trike (name on the title) they cannot avoid liability by leasing it or selling it subject to a purchase money loan. Hire an experienced lawyer to help keep the club on this...Read more »
I stated today that I no longer wished to continue communication with my Ex. She stated that she did not plan on it so I took that as an agreement. I stated that if she continued communication I would pursue legal action and she said that she “had dirt on me too” when I never stated that I... Read more »
You asked if it's a threat, but not all threats are illegal. If she is merely saying or implying, "If you sue me, bad things about you will be revealed", there's nothing unlawful about that threat. Of course, if she makes false statements to third parties that are damaging to...Read more »
most if not all bail bond agents would say that you cannot be a bounty hunter in florida but Im in a class to get my license and the instructor said that subsection 3 would allow any bounty hunter to arrest a principal in florida if the bond was written in the state they where licensed even though... Read more »
Here is the million dollar question . Why isn't Marjorie Taylor Green not serving 5 years in federal prison . Threatening government officials of the United States is a felony under federal law. Threatening the President of the United States is a felony under 18 U.S.C. § 871, punishable by up... Read more »
Taylor Greene is a bottom-of-the-barrel, evil, ignorant miscreant and should be expelled from the House. However, thus far, I have seen no stories of her threatening the President or other officials with violence. There are stories of her posting the "like" icon on other people's...Read more »
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