(a) A party may amend its pleading once without leave of the court at any time before the answer, demurrer, or motion to strike is filed, or after a demurrer or motion to strike is filed but before the demurrer or motion to strike is heard if the...Read more »
Father in law had an accident at a hotel and became paralyzed. He started a lawsuit because his attorneys assured him it would be an easy win. He passed away and my wife took over the lawsuit. Long story short they misjudged the case and it has been extremely difficult and time consuming. My wife... Read more »
Offer to compensate the attorneys for their expenses. It's hardly fair to expect them to advance money on a case, expecting to be paid back at the end, and then after they have spent the money, tell them to walk away from it.
I walked my probate attorney's office explained to him that I had evidence that the Administrator of my father's estate had a fraudulent credit card in my mother's name. That her and her lawyer where trying to steal most of my inheritance. I handed him $7500, requesting him to have... Read more »
my car was taken from home 60 days ago. august 15th. they have had my vehicle in their custody for 60 days while im paying cash daily for a car rental and they will not/have not returned my calls or emails since on or about 9/14. my insurance which is full coverage (making payments) is paid through... Read more »
Bailey v United States 2013 is about a man who had left his house just as it was about to be searched and was stopped, without probable cause, less than a mile away. The search warrant was valid and it was obtained based on the word of a confidential informant. Drugs and guns were found and Bailey... Read more »
I may or may not have a copy of sensitive information (I work in security) which my boss asked me to delete completely. If I reveal publicly that I have this information, what should I expect to happen from a legal standpoint?
after 2 calls to 911 and aprox. 25 min, 2 5 foot female EMT and one firefighter arrived. I live 5 blocks from firehouse. the ambulance came from another county two towns away. They never gave me medical attention on site. they pushed and nudged my shoulder to get up and walk to their gurney, which... Read more »
Sorry to hear that your medical condition caused you pain. What you have is a potential "Governmental claim" and you should seek the assistance of a local Personal Injury attorney. You have a limited time to file a "Government claim form" against the agency that provided the EMTs.
She failed to go to my court date to emergency xparte to appeal a judge's default decision on a unlawful detainer due to my absence on the original court date. She then later mislead me by saying that the judge wouldn't appeal his decision even tho my landlord hadn't gave me any... Read more »
You are entitled to terminate your relationship with your attorney at any time. Sorry to hear you are having such problems regarding your living situation at this difficult time. Legal Aid attorneys usually deal with defending indigent people (people who cannot pay for legal services) against...Read more »
A California attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. You could continue to await a response here, but it could be difficult for an attorney to reply - this is only a Q & A board. Some options you could consider include looking into sites that do operate as attorney...Read more »
I recently was brought into a conference room by my supervisor to discuss my vacation hours when I was surprised to see the HR manager in there waiting. They had a list of 5 items they had issues with which I confidently argued my way out of as the company is rife with poor communication and... Read more »
I am sorry but what you describe is not unlawful in any respect. An employer is allowed to talk to employees and question them about their vaccination status, and frankly the employer is allowed to discipline and even terminate an employee who refuses to vaccinate.
This was a property ownership dispute & it went to court as a eviction but my attorney made several mistakes & the judge told her right there in court in front of me, I assumed she knew what to do & she said “I got this” to me but dropped the ball & me when I found the docs on... Read more »
If a diagnosis of skin condition that is highly contagious won’t be tested for after 2x of asking the doctor to, be negligent or irresponsible?Family member confided that after uncle was diagnosed with skin thing she highly suspected another condition. Called doc left message, she emailed doc,... Read more »
It is my opinion that Dr.D treated the patient within the standard of care at all times.Dr.properly and within the standard of care recommended and performed a series of injections in knee. Dr.D properly consented to the knee injections (but the informed consent form with the client's... Read more »
A California attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. As a general impression, I do not see it as being strongly persuasive. It uses the terms that arise in malpractice defense, such as standard of care. But some might see it as coming across as boilerplate-like in...Read more »
My stepmother, the trustee of the property that my sister and I along with my stepmother are too inherit, asked us to pay in equal parts for a lawyer to start the probate process for all of us. The trustee found a lawyer, the lawyer took our money, sent all of us the action she was taking. After a... Read more »
The basic Statute of Limitations for bringing suit against an attorney, is one year from the point you knew, or should have known, that the malpractice occurred. But, you have stated facts that make the issue more complicated and could extend the statute, and/or raise other actionable causes of...Read more »
Your post was directed to California forum, although the post indicates that you are in Florida. You may wish to consult Florida attorneys. In general, your retainer agreement with the new attorney governs. If the attorneys fees is to be calculated on the gross recovery, then your costs...Read more »
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