I ordered a uber the driver came and as I was getting into the car he said that he accepted the ride my accident and that he was not taking it and canceled it made me get out. Uber then charges me a cancellation fee. I contacted them and told them I should not have to pay for a ride I did not take... Read more »
It does not appear you should have to pay a cancellation fee if you did not cancel the ride and the ride was not canceled because of something that you did. When you explained the situation to Uber, what was Uber’s reason for not refunding you the money? Was anyone with you when you attempted...Read more »
After the writ of possession is granted, the landlord contacts the Sheriff’s office to make arrangements for a Sheriff to supervise the landlord’s removal of a tenant who refuses to leave and/or the tenant’s personal property. At this point, it is too late to pay to stop the eviction, unless...Read more »
Both. He may have a defense to the theft, but I imagine the police are going to want to hear all about that from him. A part of TPO's is not doing anything to prevent the petitioner from leaving/traveling/etc. Appears to be a valid path to me.
The insurance person offered $1000 extra payment to close the claim. This makes us think there is more than straight math in play. We also learned that mileage to medical can be included - the insco never told us this we had to find out on our own. What else are they not telling us?
There’s a lot they aren’t telling you. The settlement value of a workers comp case depends on many factors. Your best bet to figure out the best option for you is to consult with a workers comp attorney.
Drug Court participants were assigned to this female counselor/case manager to supervise participants and provide them with counseling services. She actively pursued romantic and sexual relationships with three (identified) male drug court participants. Counselor also invited female drug court... Read more »
You didn't ask a question, but I am guessing that your question is something along the lines of whether you or your father has any kind of remedy for what you consider to be a wrong perpetrated by the probate court or your sister or both. This forum is for questions of a general nature, not for...Read more »
Had spine operation .. Discharge info. given for rehab. was wrong. Patient portal info was never updated to show important information. No post ortho rehab. was setup for weeks, i had to push issue. I don't feel i healed properly considering their incompetence of post-op care. I'm genuinely... Read more »
A Georgia attorney could answer your question best, but your post remains open for two weeks. I'm sorry for the frustration you endured following surgery. However, an attorney would likely need more information to make a meaningful assessment. The nature of the discharge information or patient...Read more »
I'm sorry you are going through this. You could try contacting Legal Aid to see if you can get some free legal assistance. You can also try calling the state bar to inquire about if there are any pro bono attorneys in your area. -Homer P. Jordan IV, Esq. 404-620-1558 HomerJordan.com
Today I called and told them to add it with my next payment because I didn’t get paid all my hours just to kind of keep them out of my business and he told me to bring in a check stub to prove it...I think that’s my personal business and I shouldn’t have to prove a point to them.Whats your... Read more »
Hello, i was wondering if I could file chapter 7 in the state of Georgia as an independent or single person family household income separate from my family. I am 27, living at home, I do pay for all my own bills and make under the medium household income in the State of GA, which is around 40k and... Read more »
There are multiple interpretations of what constitutes a "household" for means testing purposes. Some judges will simply count how many people are living in the domicile, others will just look at your dependants, while others will try and figure out who's part of your "financial unit". My...Read more »
I have read multiple articles stating that it is illegal for pedestrians to walk on limited-access highways in Georgia, and I understand why it would be. I have searched through multiple laws and can't find any code section that actually deems it illegal. For example, Atlanta has a city ordinance... Read more »
Nothing was stolen from the car , it’s almost like he went to the wrong car , somebody else said something but that person doesn’t stay there anymore. I want to know if I can beat it , get it dropped all the way or get it dropped to a misdemeanor?
An experienced criminal defense attorney will be able to look at the evidence the State plans to use at trial in the entering auto case, evaluate the strength of the evidence, determine whether there are now witness issues with the State’s case, and determine if they can negotiate a more...Read more »
A Georgia attorney could answer in the best manner, but your question remains open for three weeks. As a general matter, without regard to state-specific elements of law, claim representatives in similar situations could amicably agree to apportion damages between the two policies. This is often...Read more »
In Georgia, obstruction of a law enforcement officer depends on whether it is a felony or misdemeanor offense. A misdemeanor offense carries a potential sentence of up to one year in jail and $1000 fine. A felony offense carries a potential sentence of 1 to 10 years in custody with a $300 minimum...Read more »
Your sister's children would be the appropriate people to contact regarding the handling of the estate. Her husband is not an heir to your mother's estate. However, you need to determine whether the Will requires bequests to your sister to be paid to her heirs.
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