My boyfriend wanted to help me invest my portfolio. I gave him access but with stipulations that we were to talk about each position and I would okay them. I also told him I did not want to lose more than 2500$ of the original 10 k we talked about. He was to always put stops or trailing stops to... Read more »
What kind of lawyer? A criminal lawyer would be the best bet. You could try reposting your question there (and leave off Contracts and Personal Injury), you could try contacting a lawyer you find here or on your own, or you could see if the State Bar of Georgia has resources that might be helpful....Read more »
My mother apparently auto accident claim that has been settled, my father is still alive. They set up probate though? They weren’t able to reach him because number had changed. I have power of attorney over father since dx of Alzheimer’s. What should I know?
That’s a complex question. Was there a law suit filed? Is your mom still alive? Do you live in Florida? You need to consult with an experienced probate and a personal injury attorney quickly. Get all the paper work together, police report, insurance information etc.
A New Mexico attorney could best address your question, but your post remains open for two weeks. As a general matter, it's really in your hands. If you do attempt to help neighbor, that's nice of you and I hope nothing happens to you in the course of the work. But if you did injure yourself, the...Read more »
if you were trying to handle this on your own, you are in trouble. these two, entirely separate and distinct actions: 1.) you have a Worker's Compensation which is a Board member of the Indiana Workers' Compensation Board; and 2.) you have a traditional lawsuit in the Circuit Court for the...Read more »
The suspect ran the red light at a high rate of speed and T boned me.
Later the police asked me to sign something at the hospital..(idk what it said.) It was then they admitted to having no sirens on b/c they were trying to catch up to him. The vehicle was stolen, and I had no uninsured... Read more »
California Vehicle Code Section 17004.7 provides that a public agency employing peace officers is immune from civil liability for damages for personal injury to or death of any person resulting from collision of a vehicle operated by a suspect who is being or has been pursued by a peace office...Read more »
I was served with a summons yesterday to appear regarding a personal injury claim. Apparently about one year ago someone rear-ended a man in OR, and he is suing me for 40k in non-economic damages and 9.5k in medical expenses. I live in AZ and was not in the state of OR last year. My credit card... Read more »
Report the claim to your insurance company immediately. They will pay for a lawyer for you to defend the claim and to answer the complaint. If you truly weren't in this wreck, then the lawyer from the insurance company should be able to get the claim dismissed fairly quickly. Fear not because...Read more »
You see I had a fire they knew I was going to save the last quarter of the house to rebuild a tiny home the the manager came of the bobcat tore it down and put it in the trash do I have any recourse for that
I'm sorry for your ordeal. It could depend on the park's polices, and the extent of fire damages in the remaining portion of the structure. One option is to see if a Texas attorney would offer a free or brief, low-cost consult to assess the matter. Before starting to shell out money to explore...Read more »
My family and I moved into our rental 6 years ago. Recently Our Security system we just bought picks up general air quality ie. pollen, cooking odors, methane, dust and carbon monoxide. It was detecting abnormal air quality the past week that we've had it. I double checked our smoke detectors, and... Read more »
That can certainly be distressing but nothing you posted indicates that you have actually suffered any specific harm from the exposure so what are your damages? Plus, a landlord is not a guarantor that nothing will go wrong. Rather it is their duty to fix problems with reasonable diligence once...Read more »
We are thinking of making color "touch up" kits to sell to clients during the time we are closed due to social distancing. What are the liabilities associated with this as the business owners if something were to go wrong with either the color results , unexpected hair damage or personal injury due... Read more »
A Georgia attorney would be able to advise best, but you await a response for two weeks. There wasn't a question here, but if you are wondering if you would have rights arising out of the incident, it sounds like it would be a difficult case. Considerable time has elapsed since the event that...Read more »
I work in a call center, we are more than capable of doing this job from home, they aren't allowing us to work from home, but they're not doing anything but putting our lives at risk. Every single person that works there gets sick if so much as one other person gets sick. The job that we perform is... Read more »
Assuming you are in Oregon Governor Brown's order expressly banns office work when the work can be done from home. https://www.opb.org/news/article/oregon-washington-northwest-coronavirus-cases-live-updates-march-23/ This article explains where to report a suspected violation:...Read more »
I was in a bicycle accident recently involving a car who ran a red light, hitting me on my side and sending me to the emergency room. The police placed ME at fault. This guy had no license, and just recently texted me admitting fault.. Weeks later after the police had already filed their report.... Read more »
I was asked 'if I was doing my son a favor by taking his vehicle for a carwash' or 'if he asked me to take his vehicle for a carwash.' Why are they asking me this? What's the difference in any answer I may give? Thank you in advance.
The absess was staph and another worker had staph there. I was hospitalized for a week and was bed ridden for 6 weeks. In addition I am also an undocumented immigrant from Canada. I moved to the USA on a 3 year work visa and overstayed 10 years ago. I've resided In USA for 13 years. I lost my... Read more »
I think you mean that you were bitten 23 Nov 2019, not 2020. Did you have pasturella or staph? Go get a certified copy of your medical records and bill and hire a personal injury lawyer no later than 23 Oct 2020.
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