I have sued an LLC for an incident that occurred back in March 2019. This company then dissolved in June 2019. I have filed a lawsuit and the process server attempted to serve the dissolved company Agent of Service of Process, but it returned as a bad address.
A California attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. This could be something beyond the scope of a basic question and answer board, where investigator services might be needed. Processor servers often work with investigation companies (or sometimes they...Read more »
If you sprayed an insecticide into your room all day and night and then became ill, it sounds like you made yourself sick. You should go to the doctor before you even think about talking to an attorney. If someone else is responsible for spraying Raid, then that person might be responsible,...Read more »
I work for a small business of less than 10 employees. I contracted covid over a month and a half ago. Initially my employer told me to take two weeks off, then told me to take the rest of December off and they would schedule me for more hours in January. Then Jan came and they told me they... Read more »
No one here can know if you are going to be fired. As to what your options could be, it would be important to know if you work for an employer that has at least 5 employees. If not, there is little you can do. If yes, then you are protected by the Fair Employment and Housing Act, which may give...Read more »
That year and model a 2018 gsx250r for a faulty headlight and that's what caused the accident and I was severely injured and the potential buyer of the motorcycle took off. Suzuki Motor co. Refused any repairs or compensation.
You could sue Suzuki but you would also have to include the driver because Suzuki will say it was the drivers fault. You really should sit down with a personal injury attorney and explore your options. And don't wait because there are time limits on when you take action.
It’s complicated because I fell six days after workmen’s comp surgery and so now it’s difficult trying to figure out what amount crps is from. Workmen’s comp asked for 1.8 mill in medical. Since I haven’t signed fee agreement, I think it’s too much, two settlement meetings have now been... Read more »
You have the right to negotiate the fees to be paid to your own lawyer. Just because your suspended lawyer recommends his friend, I suggest you look for other lawyers experienced in handling your case. You also should have a good worker's compensation lawyer representing you, because it...Read more »
I would be representing myself Pro Se in court for an employment/personal injury related matter because an attorney dropped my case middle of last month telling me that due to covid, his law firm does not have the capacity to take on my case. I have drafted a pleading to protect the limitation... Read more »
If it's an exhibit, that means that some pleading refers to it for some evidentiary purpose. If you don't attach it - to the pleading, declararation, etc., - how will the court see the exhibit to which you are referring?
I take lots of medications due to my medical condition and had to endured burning myself on the shower because the shower faucet was installed wrong. I informed management several times verbally and in writing (have copies and video) and he refused to repair it . It was repaired after I contacted... Read more »
It seems unlikely that you would continually burn yourself. After the first time, you should have figured out that H/C were reversed. Also, if you did not require medical attention, your injuries are probably not severe enough to justify a lawsuit.
My mother has been living in a senior living apartment home as a tenant. Three days ago, she slipped on the floor in the bathroom and pulled her emergency cord that is supposed to directly ring the local fire department for emergency help. However, after she pulled the cord for 30 minutes, no help... Read more »
Contact an attorney. Do you have any evidence that the Landlord knew that the cord didn't work. They should have some policies in place to avoid such a situation. Like a weekly test of the system, etc..
A van hit me while I was riding a bike and did not stop at all. AfterWards a lady pulled up in her car, showed me a photo of the van and said “this Is the person who hit u and handed me a paper with the license plate number. I’m not in horrible pain but definitely noticeable pain . What... Read more »
I reported the injury to my supervisor at work. WC claim was filed. I will be having surgery to my low back on 12/01/2020 due to the fall. No attorney wants to handle my personal injury claim because, I am told Otis is hard to deal with and they will try every trick in the book not to pay a claim.... Read more »
Purchased California King mattress from Nectar late summer. Felt sharp pricking on my body as early as 1st week sleeping in this mattress. Thought it was bed bugs, but no signs of bed bug bites on my body. Recently, followed instructions on the company's website on how to clean pee off their... Read more »
I bought the Modway Caroline mattress on Amazon 2018, my daughter slept on it for 1 year. Then went to sleeping on my bed. She does complain of itchy back, on and off. I am pregnant and having my third child thus purchasing them a new bunk bed+crib. After reading all these reviews about fiberglass.... Read more »
I called 911 for mental health reasons after waking up from a coma with severe burns. When the police arrived, they dismissed the ambulance & EMTs and I was assaulted and battered by 6 policemen and wrongfully arrested. They dismissed the charges and county counsel sent me a letter urging me... Read more »
There are many great civil rights lawyers in the San Francisco and Oakland areas. Call the local ACLU office and tell them you need help. They will help you find a good lawyer to help you. Their website is https://www.aclunc.org/about/chapters/san-francisco-chapter, so copy this link and paste it...Read more »
If I own a bar/night club and I “willfully/negligently contracted with a security company suspended by California Secretary of State and has no worker’s comp insurance to provide me security services, can I be liable or does my bar implicitly accept liability of the suspended company in the... Read more »
If you want legal research, you'll have to pay for it. This isn't a place to get free, detailed legal advice. Attorneys volunteer their time to answer questions for consumers in need. Issues of liability, special employment, agency, insurance, are complicated. Those answers...Read more »
Would like to know your experience with discovery and TRO’s. Plaintiff, I, need to obtain evidence for 4 TRO cases. It is crucial for me to be granted discovery on these cases and I appreciate your input on how I should proceed. Discovery in TRO's never granted due to time, CCP’s... Read more »
This is not the proper forum for seeking such discrete legal advice. I believe you should concentrate your search to law firms capable of such widespread research. Focus on civil rights law firms in and around San Francisco or Sacramento, who will have the expertise you seek. There are also firms...Read more »
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