An Idaho attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. It's usually not a problem in most settings. You included personal injury as a category. If that means the question is related to personal injury litigation, you could specify which address is to be used for process...Read more »
Idaho doesn't have such a statute. An "assault" is the reasonable fear of a "battery." A "battery" is an "unlawful touching." If you touch another person against their will, you may be charged with "battery." If you use an automobile to...Read more »
An Idaho attorney could advise best, but you await an answer for two weeks. As a general matter, most states have their standardized rules of civil procedure. Find the Idaho rules online (you could probably find them under the unified court system or other public resources, and refer to the section...Read more »
An Idaho attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for a week. I'm very sorry for your trauma. Although what was said to you would deemed by many as insensitive and heartless, it could difficult for an attorney to move forward with it as a case based on intentional infliction of...Read more »
A full answer would require additional consultation. However generally speaking if you "misused" the product, it will make your claim difficult. Under Idaho law, a jury would ultimately be asked to proportion the negligence of both you and the manufacturer (or possibly the...Read more »
You may be able to seek damages from personal injury depending on where your child was injured, and what caused his injuries. Different laws apply depending on whether the trail was public property or private property, and more information is needed to answer this question. Consider contacting...Read more »
Not all collisions end in a lawsuit. I am assuming that you were the person who made the mistake and caused the collision. If that is true the injured person has the right to bring the claim against you, or if you were "within the course and scope" of your employment, your employer....Read more »
This person has attacked my character by texting me hateful things about who i am as a person and falsely accused me of harrassment and did not show up to court when i did to prove my innocence.. i have felt violated and humiliated and attacked.. What can i do about this? It has affected me... Read more »
The person who texted you is welcome to say what they think about you, once. They don't commit a crime unless they text you again after texting them to "NEVER TEXT ME AGAIN." If they text you again, they have committed the crime of "disturbing the peace," Idaho Code...Read more »
Generally speaking the answer is no. The whole point if a settlement is that you release the claim. Insurance companies often try to get people to settle for less than a claim is worth and that is one of the reasons to have a good attorney involved in evaluating your case in the first place....Read more »
I was having a conversation with the dog's owner when the dog came up, wanting to be petted. Owning a dog, I naturally began to pet the dog while carrying on the conversation. The dog suddenly became aggressive and bit me. This is not the first time this dog has attacked someone. I am now... Read more »
If you are speaking to the owner you are not trespassing unless there's something I'm missing. If you knew the dog was dangerous you may be considered careless for putting your hand down, unless you felt that with the owner there the dog wouldn't do anything.
A personal injury case is a civil case. A civil case is a private lawsuit brought by a one person against another person. A civil case provides compensation to the injured person. On the other hand a criminal case is brought by the State of Idaho against a person for an act the law says is...Read more »
Accident occurred as an adolescent but due to my injuries sustained in accident and lack of medical care due to legal guardians ignorance I now suffer from constant pain as an adult. Can I still seek compensation for pain and suffering due to an accident that occurred 10 or 11 years ago?
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
Your fault (if any) depends on the particular facts and circumstances. If you were stopped or driving at a safe distance from the vehicle in front of you, there would not appear to be fault assessed against you. The driver behind you may claim that you stopped short or abruptly. You should...Read more »
Tried to kill him self with a nail gun.(Because he already battled depression and the alcohol made it worse) his boss knew 100% he was drunk and so were other employees... my dad became paralyzed on his left side and is wheelchair bound.. (This occurred about 7-8 years ago) can his boss be charged... Read more »
Typically that is how the court orders payment from the defendant to the plaintiff. More details are necessary to provide a professional analysis of your issue. The best first step is an Initial Consultation with an Attorney. You can read more about me, my credentials, awards, honors, testimonials,...Read more »
Tell the DA about the nonpayment of resitution. They have a strong lever. I believe you cannot sue him, as I believe the statute of limitations is two years if you were an adult when it happened. But I'd suggest you contact a member of the Idaho Trial Lawyers Assn--they give free consults....Read more »
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