In a court of law, you will have to prove each and every element of your case, which in this context means that any monies/reimbursement you are seeking needs to be proven to be related to the incident. If the attacker contends that what you have provided is insufficient (and a Court agrees) then...Read more »
A Michigan attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. The more pressing question could be whether he was able to insure and register car. Not being insured could reduce the scope of available money damages in some jurisdictions. Only a local attorney could advise...Read more »
Must staff make an effort to guide each student to safety? What if a false alarm is the source of the fire emergency? May the teacher or parapro leave a disabled student in a precarious position during a false alarm?
A MIchigan attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. There probably is case law, but maybe not on the level of specificity described in your post. You might find a greater level of detail in standard operating procedures for the district or the school - manuals for...Read more »
I called police to see if I can report the other two. Got the run around in Jackson county. I finally was told I could report her father biting her. She scratched him protecting herself and he put charges on the child although her injuries were more severe. He made things up to have her go to... Read more »
I was 2 years old when I was injured and traumatized by an event that shaped my life. He is a religious man with millions and now that he is in his last years and he continues to deny his responsibility and is punishing me for not following his faith by leaving me out of his will. Can I sue him for... Read more »
A Michigan attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. I'm sorry for your ordeal. You could reach out to attorneys to discuss, but keep in mind that law firms that handle injury cases might not consider something like this on a contingency basis. There is also the...Read more »
A Pennsylvania attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for three weeks. At this point, you could continue awaiting a response, or consider reaching out to Pennsylvania workers' comp attorneys. Good luck
A Michigan attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. I'm sorry for your injury. In such a setting, the hospital could raise the issue that based on its observations, it saw no lawful grounds to detain a patient. One option you have is to reach out to attorneys...Read more »
This is something a Michigan attorney could advise best on, but your question remains open for two weeks. You could ask your attorney to sit down with you and go over the figures with you. It sounds like you have a large lien(s) on the case. Without knowing more, it could be from any number of...Read more »
THIS HAS TO DO WITH MY SISTER WHO HAS A MENTAL CONDITION FOR YRS .LAST YR SHE FELL AND WAS TAKEN TO CARSON HOSPITAL FOR THAT . THAT IS WHERE THE NIGHTMARE BEGAN. SHE HAD BEE TAKING CLOIRIL FOR YRS AND I RECOGNIZED IT WAS AFFECTING HER SPEECH AND HER ARMS BECAME JERKY AND BECAUSE OF BEING AROUND... Read more »
You have two potential issues: 1) medical malpractice, and 2) nursing home abuse / neglect. The latter is one you can more readily start by contacting the facility, omsbudman, or the state's complaint website. The former would require gathering medical documentation and finding a medical...Read more »
I am looking for assistance with pro Bono council for the service of abstaining proper treatment and rights of disabled people with ADA compliance, custody, increased parenting time, the clearing my name from abuse and neglect and the treatment of years of negative behaviors by the other parties... Read more »
I was a passenger in a motor vehicle accident. Upon suit, the driver of the vehicle in which I was alleges the other driver is liable. The alleged other driver failed to file an answer to the complaint with the court. How will the case proceed?
The school system is providing free meals to all students this year and in order to prevent my kids obtaining gluten I submitted the required special diet form signed by our doctor. My kids don't normally have hot lunch but we felt forced to submit the form. They also have some items to buy... Read more »
The first question to ask when contemplating a law suit is what are the damages? Did your son suffer a reaction to the extent of being hospitalized? Law suits are expensive and unless you have some provable damages, you may want to just voice your concerns to the school administration.
You will need to contact a lawyer who handles personal injury and real estate matters in the county you lived. There are so many intervening factors involved that can significantly limit a landlord's liability, and so I would encourage you to be realistic in what you can recover from the...Read more »
I was looking for options I can have to change my minor. But during the advising meeting I was denied to ask questions and they said they do not care what I choose. I was denied to ask any further questions on the topic and was insulting experience for not knowing what to do even as an... Read more »
What is your question? It sounds like your best course of action would be to address this issue with your university. Perhaps to the head academic advisor or to a dean of students. Many universities also have departments and deans specific to international students.
You can't create a DPOA for someone who is now incapacitated. These documents require capacity (e.g. knowing what you are doing and signing). Once incapacitated, you'll need to look into a guardianship.
My trampoline flew into a pond owned by a privately owned golf course during a major wind storm. The trampoline was anchored down and was ripped out by the wind. I live in an HOA that is next to the golf course. The trampoline is destroyed. Am I responsible for cleaning it up out of the pond?
What is the golf course owners saying? Even though it's an act of God, someone will still have to pay. Either the golf course will just do it on their own, or they will contact the HOA and the HOA will pay, and may end up tracing it back to you.
Cases are dismissed with or without prejudice. If your case involves medical malpractice, you really should not be doing this on your own because it will be next to impossible for you to successfully navigate the procedure and rules.
Ouch. If you are a tenant, the landlord is likely to be liable. The landlord's insurance carrier may offer a settlement. You could take the settlement, or, if you can find an attorney to take the case, you could sue to see if you get more. If you hire an attorney, that might increase the...Read more »
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