fall at work tore radial nerve out of my right bicep mussel lost all function of my right dominant hand fingers thumb wrist and my neck and back were denied by worker comp ins QME adds to industrial claim and worker comp ins adds as new and further when there from same industrial fall at work like... Read more »
Your lengthy description of events really isn't an Insurance Bad Faith matter. You MAY have an malpractice case against your attorney regarding settling/dismissing some of your claims without your consent.
I suggest consulting with attorneys in your area who handle attorney...Read more »
Hi, here recently a rather well known person (who is not a judge or in any way related to the legal sphere of work) publicly showed a person's sealed criminal record. How on earth is that possible, and is doing something like that illegal?
The DA of a certain California County may be guilty of vexatious litigation against me, as well as collusion with a judge. I’m aware these are serious accusations, However, if I can consult with a federal litigation attorney, he/she will understand why I’m concerned once I provide the details.
I think you have a misunderstanding as to what a vexatious litigator is or can be. The DA cannot be a vexatious litigant. Pursuant to CCP 391, et seq., it can only be a pro per litigant who has maintained at least 5 litigations other than small claims to final determination adversely to the person...Read more »
You may qualify for the Covid extension to the statute of limitations which granted an extension from from April 6, 2020, until October 1, 2020. Speak to an personal injury attorney whether the extension applies or whether you might have a claim for malpractice based on your attorney allowing the...Read more »
The LAPD arrested me, the victim instead of the perp, then tried to frame me to cover it up and got caught on film planting falsified evidence. I represented myself and proved in court that the plaintiff's had made their entire story up. But because the cops tried to frame me and got caught,... Read more »
Your best move is to ask your attorney how he or she intends to proceed. One approach could be to challenge the order by way of writ. There is case law that suggests a court should give great deference to physical disability.
acts of moral turpitude have occurred and a state bar complaint was filled on lawyers, can those lawyers/law group still be on that case? it's a family law case. Can I notify the judge of this bar complaint before the hearing resides? and what can the judge do once he learns of these acts of... Read more »
We have only started our case(2 weeks ago), very little progress, unhappy with his skills, performance, his communication, and specially the way he's calculating the billable times. It's in California. I already know for sure that I would not want to continue with him, but also find... Read more »
I suffered personal injury and property damage as a result of my Landlord's failure to provide an apartment free from mold and other contaminants. I had a separate renter's insurance policy and my doctor told me that I must trash all of my personal belongings (clothes, furniture, etc).... Read more »
Yes, in general an attorney in a mold case will seek to recover for all losses and injuries you sustained. Also, a court would likely prohibit filing two separate lawsuits (one for personal injuries and a second for property damage) as that would be a waste of the court's resources. Hope...Read more »
example a lawyer representing a client in Riverside county and case being heard from Riverside county courts submit in documents that get accepted by Riverside county courts clerks office than files legal documents even though the acting lawyer has labeled this documents Los Angeles superior courts... Read more »
On 2019 the owner of the house on which I live in now added me, his partner, and his son to a living trust. We were each supposed to get his portion of the house which accounted for 25% which would be divided by 3. The lawyer that helped us out made a mistake in sending the trust with the incorrect... Read more »
I was violated for a probation violation which invoked a 5yr suspended sentence. My public defender needed only to access a online superior court of California registry to prove my factual innocence and failed to do so even when the judge told her, during the trial, "Do you have any proof of... Read more »
My attorney disclosed an internal email I wrote the judge did not allow as evidence . However, she made me aware the defandent's attorney has been using it to delay the case. My own attorney has been remarking in unprofessional tone to instigate arguments, "Oh well you wrote this... Read more »
Frankly, you are lucky you still have an attorney. If you were my client and you tried to contact the judge directly, I would have immediately withdrawn from your representation. It is a highly inappropriate thing to do and it demonstrates the the judge, opposing counsel and anyone else who knows...Read more »
HOA has 5 board members which appointed by president. No elections at all. Is that legal? I have been asked for the election and no board member answers. Also I found out some board member on the position for 12 years and they use HOA water and HOA Garderner for private land. For such small... Read more »
There are attorneys who practice HOA law. Speak with one about your situation. [I litigate cases. Anything posted here must not be construed as legal advice, nor as grounds for forming an attorney-client relationship. You should seek an attorney for formal legal advice and representation.]
Speak with a local attorney to contact the HOA regarding this. [I litigate cases. Anything posted here must not be construed as legal advice, nor as grounds for forming an attorney-client relationship. You should seek an attorney for formal legal advice and representation.]
I work for and OBGYN clinic and the fronk desk has been using my initials when scheduling the patients. I spoke with her and she denied and used lies to defend herself. I know because the EMR shows who actually made the appointment and who was last editing the appointment. The manager was notified... Read more »
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