You should look for an experienced workers compensation lawyer who represents injured workers who also handles personal injury claims as there may be potential third-party liability if someone other than your Employer was negligent in causing the dangerous condition.
The contract was made effective on 1/10/23, but the contract also said The
position and salary would begin effective around 02/9/2023. They are claiming they have spent a lot on credentialing and that I will have to hold to the term of the contracts in full or pay to break the contract. The... Read more »
Trustee lives in house & kept 98% of contents along with farm contents. Land has been surveyed into 3 plots of 42 acres each, but house,lot & barn w/lot not included. Has been appraised. He won’t pay heirs their 2/3 .
You should consider retaining an attorney to bring an action to enforce the trust and require an accounting from the trustee. It appears that the trustee is not acting in a proper fiduciary manner, nor complying with the terms of the Trust. You are entitled to an accounting for trust property...Read more »
Since an attorney is required when filing a will for probate and the court requires payment of a filing fee, this can be a significant sum for someone who has been named an executor to pay on their own.
An attorney cannot ethically advance costs. Therefore, the costs must be paid up front- usuallly by the personal representative. Intial Court costs are typically under $200.00. These costs can be reimbursed from Estate funds after the personal representative receives his or her letters of...Read more »
I was the victim of a hit and run. Witnesses saw truck hit my car and not leave a note it was a company vehicle I contacted the company of the driver that hit my vehicle and they will not give me their insurance information without seeing it on video. I do not have video. It took me a couple days... Read more »
A Missouri attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. As a general matter nationwide, insurance information could be requested in the course of the discovery, or fact-finding, process of a lawsuit. A local attorney should advise here, since different tiers of state...Read more »
The 1 I'm keeping is secure loan the other 3 are unsecured loans I live in Missouri and on disability benefits What happens if I don't pay the unsecured loans. I don't own a car or real estate nothing except our furniture and personal things and they are already secured by the one... Read more »
If you don't pay the unsecured loan you'll likely get sued. If the case results in a judgment against you, the judgment either will automatically become a lien on real estate in your county or the plaintiff may "transcribe" an associate division judgment to make it into a lien.
First, your friend should have an attorney appointed to them that they can talk to about this. Second, this is really going to depend on the county involved. She needs to be participating at court and taking advantage of all the programs and services available to older kids/young adults in state...Read more »
This has come up in several of my cases where custody has to change for various reasons. Most of the time, the judges in the courts I practice in have determine it to be a credit towards the amount you owe. Since you stated there is $8000 in arrears, you would be "paying" the new amount...Read more »
If you have proof that the seller knew of the problem and failed to disclose, you could have an attorney assert a claim for violation of Missouri's Merchandising Practices Act (MPA). That's Missouri's consumer protection statute. On my website, there is an article you might find...Read more »
We purchased a puppy from a breeder in MO (were in a different state) that advertises family friendly dogs. Our vet behaviorist confirmed our pup was born was severe behavioral issues (anxiety, aggression, and more). Many trainers also agree. Puppy is unresponsive to meds, and due to the severity... Read more »
Unless your contract contains an arbitration clause, then of course you may sue the breeder, assuming you are willing and able to pay to litigate in Missouri. Have an attorney review the contract and assess whether you'd have a strong claim. Sorry that your pub isn't what you expected or desired.
What can they do if I normally make good money on my assignments but I’m in between assignments so I really do not have a job. What are they gonna do with me I can’t settle but I’m scared of court, so what all can I take for me?
A creditor has the right to sue a debtor for an unpaid debt. I believe you want to know what your rights are as a debtor. You have the right to hire an attorney to defend the case or to represent yourself in court. You can also try to negotiate a settlement.
Hello. Around 5 months ago a friend of mine contacted me (he was homeless) and asked me if him and his GF could come stay with me for a few weeks at my house I own. I said sure. They have now been here 5 months, refuse to get a job, have never paid any money in rent and do not have any kind of a... Read more »
It is civil jurisdiction only. Hire a MO attorney for this problem eviction action for possession. It may require physical removal by LEO's later. Do not get in a fight or they will have leverage on you. Do not do this yourself.
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IF YOU BUILD IT THEY WILL COME is currently registered for use on apparel, but there...Read more »
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