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Q: I am trying to find my father's mesothelioma records. He lived in Madison county. I don't know who his attorney was.

My father's sister would not help me and told me to find it myself. He must have been approved, as he said he was receiving checks. He had three children by his first marriage, first born mental retardation. My father's name was William L. SHATTUCK. His residence was in Madison County, Illinois.

Tim Akpinar answered on May 13, 2019

This could be difficult because mesothelioma lawsuits can be part of a class action. If it was an ordinary civil case, chances are you could have found it in the court records of Madison County. You could start there just to check. If you know who his doctors were, or attorneys were on any previous... Read more »

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Q: In the city of Clayton Missouri, is it required by code to have a permit to replace the sink in my church's kitchen?

Ronald J. Eisenberg answered on Mar 23, 2019

Check the City if Clayton’s website. If the answer is not apparent, make a phone call and find out.

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Q: Can a person over the age of 40 purchase alcohol in a bar without proper identification?

Robert Jason De Groot answered on Nov 12, 2015

Not enough facts are given. The only answer we can give is perhaps.

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Q: If someone leaves personal belongings in my car, am I allowed to keep them?

Robert Jason De Groot answered on Nov 8, 2015

Perhaps.

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Q: What does it mean if my refund is non processable

Robert Jason De Groot answered on Nov 8, 2015

That you will not get a refund?

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Q: what happens if I don't return a jury notification?

Robert Jason De Groot answered on Nov 8, 2015

Read the instructions.

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Q: Do I have a lawsuit case if my counselor is telling me information another client says to her.

In addition to telling me all th information the other client and her talked about the counselor also asked me on a date and told me I shoul stay away from the other counselor because she is crazy and had a multiple personality disorder.

Robert Jason De Groot answered on Nov 8, 2015

I do not understand your question. Apparently there are two counselors involved here?

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Q: Could I get in trouble by the law if I date a 17 when I'm 22 if her parents don't like it?

Robert Jason De Groot answered on Nov 4, 2015

Yes, you could potentially face contributing charges.

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Q: what is Missouri statue 430. 225

What does please be advised of your right to nigatiate your liens, mean?

Robert Jason De Groot answered on Aug 22, 2015

http://www.moga.mo.gov/mostatutes/stathtml/43000002251.HTML

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Q: what is considerd amandament?

I live in Missouri and he lives in Washington

Robert Jason De Groot answered on Aug 12, 2015

Get the words straight. Are you asking about abandonment or amendment?

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