T. J. Jesky's answer First of all, it sounds that you been through some tough times. In order to have a malpractice case, you would need to show negligence. I am not sure you present enough facts to determine negligence. It doesn't make sense to me that they would confuse your heart beat with the fetus' heart beat. I remember when my wife was pregnant, we learned that the average heart rate for a fetus' in the first trimester is approximately 153 bpm (plus or minus 22.8 bpm). Your heart rate would be half...
Chase T Wilson's answer You can sue them, but the chances of that suit being successful are quite low given the immunity granted to government entities in Indiana. You'll also have the Indiana Tort Claims Notice to deal with. The best route is to pursue an insurance claim and possible a lawsuit against the at-fault driver.
Salim U. Shaikh's answer Given details being insufficient to render a specific advice, however, the said manager must follow the procedure in accordance with harassment complaint and must afford you a chance to detail the whole facts. Mere complaints without any evidence are not admissible.
Andrew Bennett's answer If it was a misdemeanor offense the State has 2 years from the date of the incident to file charges. If it was a felony the State has 5 years, with some exceptions, to file charges.
Timur Akpinar's answer A first semester property law class in law school could devote a month to this question. On a very superficial level, real property is land, buildings, and immovable structures. Personal property is property that can be moved. Naturally, there are many subtleties and distinctions when one looks more meaningfully at the concept.
Betsy Walits' answer If self represented, you’ll get a CD before your hearing. If represented, your Atty should be able to view the file at any time. SSA controls when people can/cannot view their file.
Alexander Florian Steciuch's answer If your landlord and your ex are in agreement he could be released from the lease agreement. However, short of that, there is nothing to make your ex move out of the apartment as he has just as much right to be there as you do.
Alexander Florian Steciuch's answer The attorney can ask for whatever he or she wants in order to settle the case. The incentive for you to comply is to avoid having a judgment on your record. If the attorney is asking for interest it is almost certainly the case that whatever agreement you signed for the medical bills included a section about collecting interest on outstanding balances.
Alexander Florian Steciuch's answer Indiana law is very clear that if a landlord does not provide an itemized list of damages within 45 days of the renter surrendering the property when the renter has paid a security deposit as part of the lease agreement that the renter is entitled to the full refund of the security deposit. This does not release the renter from liability of any damages but it punishes the landlord for not complying with Indiana law.
Alexander Florian Steciuch's answer Living at home with your parents is not disqualifying for granting sole physical custody. That said, the determination of physical and legal custody are all done based on the best interests of the child. If the judge determines that sole physical custody awarded to the father is in the best interests of the child, that's will be his or her decision.
Alexander Florian Steciuch's answer No, it is not legal for them to do that. You should consult with a probate attorney in your area to look into setting up an estate for your late grandmother and probate the will if you believe that the grandchildren are owed under the will.
Andrew Bennett's answer You cannot press charges, you can call the police and make a report and they will take it to the prosecutor to determine if charges are going to be filed. The sooner you make a report the better, because if you wait too long the police may not take it seriously. The statute of limitations on a residential entry to be filed is 5 years from the offense date and for the lesser charge of trespass its 2 years.
Salim U. Shaikh's answer When did your lease expire? You may however write to LL of his intentions to extend your lease or terminate on expiry. As you need some days to vacate that premises and settle your outstandings, it would be advisable to write your LL and get his views.
Alexander Florian Steciuch's answer If you have had an eviction filed against you there will be two hearings. The first hearing is for the landlord to obtain the eviction order. You and the landlord or one of the landlord's representatives will appear before the judge and the landlord will give reason as to why you should be evicted. If you believe the landlord is wrong or incorrect, you will tell the judge why there should not be an eviction order granted against you. If the landlord obtains an eviction order you will have a set...
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