Terrence H Thorgaard's answer Responsible in tort to her (or her insurance company) for negligent care? No, particularly since her conduct (hiding her condition from her) is the primary reason he didn't know about it.
Terrence H Thorgaard's answer Your neighbor can record your activities from her property. And your husband can, if he wants, leave the house early in the morning. You didn't say what you want to know, but I don't see that either of you has a case.
Terrence H Thorgaard's answer You may be able to sue the apartment complex for the mistake on the part of their employee. However you probably should immediately pay the towing company, to keep the costs from continuing to mount.
Terrence H Thorgaard's answer I surmise that you are asking about the criminal penalties for having sex with a minor. 18 is the age of consent in Florida, as well as most other places. If the person will indeed be 18, that should not be a problem.
Terrence H Thorgaard's answer Depends on the nature of the relationship. By non-sexual, I assume you mean a platonic relationship. However if such relationship is, for example, for the purpose of committing crimes, that might be a problem.
Terrence H Thorgaard's answer Was her hand injured? If not, it doesn't appear that you could "get sued" (as a civil case), because there would be no damages. However you might be charged with a criminal battery.
Terrence H Thorgaard's answer I all depends upon the circumstances. If, for example, a man accompanying a woman is expected to open her door to help her enter the vehicle. But that is not the situation here. What did he say?
No, he probably was not justified in opening your car door, as you had not given him express or implied permission to do so. It might even constitute a crime; an assault, perhaps.
You would not, however, be justified in using deadly force unless you were under a reasonable belief...
Terrence H Thorgaard's answer You can look up cases online. For federal cases, google "PACER". For Florida state court cases, google "___ county, Florida clerk of court". You should find a website at which you can look up your case by your name.
Terrence H Thorgaard's answer No. "Deferred" means that the court is postponing any possible adjudication of guilt, instead waiting to see if the defendant will successfully comply with certain required conditions. If the defendant is successful and complies, adjudication will not happen.
Terrence H Thorgaard's answer Normally a guardian ad litem will be appointed to investigate who will inherit the decedent's interest. Once the GAL reports back to the court, the plaintiff will be able to go ahead with its case.
Terrence H Thorgaard's answer Start by depositing the check. If I clears, your problem is solved. If it doesn't, contact the employer which wrote the check and ask that it be re-issued.
The unclaimed funds website would not apply. That is for a situation in which funds were not claimed and the holder therefor delivered the funds to the agency which runs that website. Chances are that the previous employer is still holding the funds.
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