Exit interview for making the team or being cut, no parent was present, it was in a closed office in which he spoke harshly in an aggressive tone and made her cry. She wasn’t cut made the team but found out 4 months later he had recorded her... not sure if he recorded all players for their exit... Read more »
The answer in your individual case may depend on details of facts that I do not have. However, there is a Georgia case holding that a hospital's lack of strict compliance with hospital lien perfection statute by filing its verified statement three days late may not render the lien unenforceable if...Read more »
The police gave me citation number: M933789 o.c.g.a $ 40-6-43 with a trailer. He insisted that I was trying to beat the trailer from making his right turn. What happen was that i was behind the trailer on the left lane and i thought I saw his emergency lights on so I switched to the right lane to... Read more »
It sounds like the officer didn't want to decide and just gave both drivers tickets in order to let the traffic court judge sort it out. It may be that a judge hearing your story, presented calmly and in detail, perhaps with supporting photographs, would dismiss your ticket or find your not guilty....Read more »
I reported the abuse to Cherokee County Georgia's child protection services caseworker. Who ignored it. I ran away short time later in fear for my safety because the caseworker told the foster parent I told her about the abuse,which got worse because of that. I was punished and thrown in juvenile... Read more »
Foster parents are considered state employees for purposes of the Georgia State Tort Claims Act. OCGA § 50–21–22(7). However, OCGA § 50-21-24, provides that, "The state shall have no liability for losses resulting from: ... (7) Assault, battery, false imprisonment, false arrest, malicious...Read more »
My 1999 F250 is totaled and our deck and stairs need repair. We paid t have tree removed from house and truck.A tree on rockdale county right of way fell when the wind got up pretty bad on june 23 2019. I have been denied due to no proof sent in with my claim from bymarcus williams, rick... Read more »
Generally in Georgia, the owner of a tree is liable for injuries from a falling tree only if he knew or reasonably should have known the tree was diseased, decayed or otherwise constituted a dangerous condition. A landowner who knows that a tree on his property is decayed and may fall and cause...Read more »
He may or may not be depending on a number of issues. You need to speak with a workers' compensation attorney first who will let you know if you are covered. Depending on that answer, you will need to speak with a personal injury attorney -- who may be one in the same. But either way, you...Read more »
Resolving a lien at the end of a personal injury case is generally something that's more in the control of the medical provider than it is the plaintiff. Your attorney could try to negotiate with the hospital to see if they are willing to accept a reduction in their lien. Also examine how the lien...Read more »
My name is Daniel Huertas and I really need your help for the past 20 plus years the Cherokee county Georgia courts and CPS have violated neglected and ignored my rights Not only am I a sexual abuse surviver drugged and sexually abused by a Cherokee county Georgia foster parent Sherri Jo Wilkes in... Read more »
I have a Personal Injury Case that has gone on f/ 2 1/2 yrs. It went to Mediation, at which my former Atty and I disagree over Doctors fees from Doctors he referred me to that are outrageously inflated. With no resolve reached at the Mediation. A week later they Respondents upped their offer 1k.... Read more »
First, if the case is in court as you have seen he has to have permission of the Court. You may object. Second, does the lien include the physician amounts? The attorney can ask for a lien but a court may limit it to a) a percentage under the contract of what he got them to provide, or the worth of...Read more »
Clients do have the right to change attorneys. What typically happens in most jurisdictions is that the incoming and outgoing attorney review the efforts and expenditures of the outgoing attorney and discuss equitable compensation for those efforts. Speak with a Georgia attorney for state-specific...Read more »
My daughter was injured last summer, 3 days from Army BCT graduation. She suffered 3 hip/pelvic fractures, was sent home to REFRAD. She was scheduled to go back this week and the CT scan showed that one fracture is still not healed. We are waiting to get more details from the specialist. Her RSP... Read more »
As far as her rights to continue her basic training, that is a question for her RSP leadership and not really a legal question. If she has until June 2020 to finish her basic training then her leadership should do the right thing and give her more time to heal before going back. However, they may...Read more »
I do not practice in Georgia, but your question remains open for four weeks. If this is a Georgia civil case (it appears to be; it is categorized as Personal Injury/Georgia), you need to check with a Georgia attorney as to the operation of the rules of civil procedure/evidence. But as a general...Read more »
I'm sorry you're dealing with this. I recommend contacting the attorney to inquire why he has withdrawn from your case and whether (1) he will agree to represent you again (2) he will remove his lien, or (3) he will try to help you find new counsel. Again I'm sorry you're having to deal with this...Read more »
If you have a licence plead not guilty. You can try bringing your friend, pleading not guilty because of emergency circumstances, but as your friend could have pulled over for a nap, a court may not buy it. Generally no jail time at all--it's a non-criminal traffic case. You say you were...Read more »
The man and I got in a fight over him getting mad that I was late picking him up in his car. The man had pushed me down and tried to tackle me, in result I tried to get away and took his protein shake stuff opened it and threw it at him. It got all over his apartment. This resulted in us ending up... Read more »
A death certificate serves as evidence only of (1) the death itself and (2) the immediate agency (reason) of the death. Other conclusions, such as those regarding the events leading up to the death or whether the cause of death was intentional or accidental, are not admissible. Swanson v. State,...Read more »
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