When a person passes away while involved in a lawsuit, their legal rights and claims often become part of their estate. As the only living child, you may have the right to continue or settle your mother's hernia mesh lawsuit on behalf of her estate.
Look at who sent you the notice of claim. Contact the person or entity to verify whether the claim is legitimate. You could also arrange a brief consultation with an attorney to assist you and advise on what your next course of action should be, if it turns out to be a genuine claim. Good luck...View More
The box says trailerable and that is the main selling point. The warning label in the box states do not trailer. is there a case here where I could get punitive damages I can hardly sleep knowing that this company has deceived thousands of people with no repercussions. I am beside myself with... View More
A Kansas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. It's difficult to determine what the damages would be here. It could be considered a misrepresentation that a purchaser argues as being intentional in nature, to induce people to buy the product. The...View More
You should consult with an attorney to determine the best course of action. It could be appropriate to file a police report at some point. There is also a civil lawsuit action called where a person who has been dispossessed of their property may ask the court to restore the property to the...View More
turned myself in 6 days later charged with petty larceny stealing handcuffs-paid for cuffs charge dropped interference with officer in performance of his duty -30 days -did 5 days released district court cant remember outcome do I have afelony or? happened in 1957 I think
Is that what you are talking about? I could not find it the first time I looked. This was the second. When you have a question, it is best to at least give some basic facts. I found this right here on Justia....View More
According to one dictionary, it means "a creature of the law", i.e. an entity created by law as opposed to a human being.
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