Kurt Holzer's answer First, I am so sorry to hear of this tragic loss. As to the law, wrongful death claims in Idaho are controlled by Idaho Code section 5-311. Under that statute, the children and you as parent all have wrongful death claims that can be pursued. Generally claims can either be brought by the personal representative of the estate of the decedent or individually by the various claimants. In this case, the claims of the minor children can be brought by their legal guardians. You can learn more...
Kevin M Rogers' answer You really ought to think about using punctuation in your sentences. I understand the question except when you say "I took fall for him," do you mean that you were trying to keep your step dad from having to write a statement about the accident, so YOU pretended that you had been your step dad? If you write a statement and lie to an insurance company, you may be committing a crime. Even if you are not charged criminally, why would you run the risk of being sued by the insurance company for...
Kevin M Rogers' answer His ashes are the only thing he had that he could will to anyone, but he died without a will, so the Uniform Probate Code dictates that his ashes would pass to his children in per stirpes. If he had no children but is survived by parents, his ashes will pass to his parents in equal shares. You were never married to him and have absolutely no say in the matter. I’m sorry.
Kurt Holzer's answer The Idaho statute of limitations is generally 2 years. If you are under 18 it can be extended for either an additional 6 years or until you turn 20 whichever comes first. SO if it been more than 10 years than the unfortunate answer is no
Peter N. Munsing's answer Look at your lease--in most cases they are the duty of the mobile home park. Problem is there are virtually no rules or enforcement regulations when they don't maintain common areas.
Peter N. Munsing's answer First, way too early if they have that type of injury. without seeing the medical records it's hard to tell. Members of the Idaho Trial Lawyers Assn give free consults--suggest you contact one of them that practices in the county where the wreck happened.
Second, most important is follow up. Your kids aren't crash test dummies. I'd be concerned about head trauma, the shoulder injury, disc injuries etc.
Third, your kids may have rights to something like underinsured motorist...
Patrick E. Mahoney's answer If you have insurance, your coverage may pay for a rental car. You may ultimately be able to claim rental car expenses as damages in a claim made against the other side. Consult counsel in your area.
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Jonathan Craig Reed's answer Many factors go into the decision the prosecutor makes when deciding what charges to file. (For example, was it dark and was the person hit jaywalking? Was the driver texting or talking on his cell phone? etc.) If you are asking about your own personal situation you should seek an experienced criminal defense lawyer in Idaho.
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