Report. The emt saw the water on the floor and water on my pants, they took me away in an ambulance… I’m just wondering how do I make them pay for the ambulance and hospital? This just happened last night and they gave me a scooter to use for my stay but I’m just worried about the ambulance cost
In Nevada, landlords are required to give tenants a 24-hour notice to quit before they can file an eviction notice with the court. If you were evicted without being served a 24-hour notice to quit, you may have legal grounds to challenge the eviction.
I have been living in hardship, financial situations because I can not even drive due to stipulation of no driving while on parole. I have not been revoked my license to drive, the last moving violation was in the year 2007. I am living in hard financial means and without being able to drive, my... View More
You can request a modification to your parole conditions to allow you to drive. To do this, you will need to file a petition with the parole board. In your petition, you should explain why you need to drive, such as to get to work or to take care of your family. You should also explain that you...View More
It is never acceptable for a teacher to physically restrain a child, especially by using a headlock. This is considered excessive force and can result in serious injury to the child. In Nevada, there are strict laws in place to protect students from physical abuse by teachers.
I have been making payments to the creditor bank (not dealership in-house financing), and that bank just informed me that the car paid-in-full (as does my account statement), and they said it was due to some fraud on the dealerships side. The dealership has paid off that debt. Does this put me in... View More
It sounds like the dealership may have committed fraud by fraudulently obtaining financing for the car. As a result, the creditor bank has paid off the debt, and you are now the vehicle owner outright. You are not obligated to pay the dealership anything further.
No hot water for a month. They say they have no idea what the issue is but they also don't offer any accommodations for the lack of hot water. I have to boil water to bathe. I'm also autistic with sensory sensitivity so this is extremely overwhelming
In Nevada, landlords must provide habitable housing, including hot water. If your landlord has failed to provide hot water for a month, you may be entitled to rent abatement, which means you may not have to pay the total rent for the time you were without hot water.
File a complaint with the police department: This is the first step you should take. The complaint will be reviewed by an internal affairs investigator, who will determine if the officers violated any department policies. If the investigator finds that the officers did violate any policies, they...View More
Generally, interest is awarded to compensate the victim of an unlawful seizure for the loss of use of their funds. The amount of interest that is awarded is typically calculated based on the prevailing interest rate during the time that the funds were withheld.
I took out a credit line on a business over 20 years ago, that business is now closed. The bank at some point converted the account into my personal name and they have raised the interest rate 3 times what the original rate was. They cannot produce the original signed documents which I requested... View More
In Nevada, the obligation to repay a loan typically does not depend on the lender's ability to produce the original signed documents. Even if the bank cannot produce these documents, your responsibility to repay the loan generally remains, especially if there is other evidence of the debt,...View More
Everyday, several times a day, my supervisor discussed her various personal issues. She would then email me that I failed to complete work tasks. This is untrue. After the second email, I told her we should focus more of our conversations on work related issues. She agreed then asked how her... View More
Nevada law prohibits employers from retaliating against employees who exercise their protected rights under the law. This includes the right to ask an employer to stop discussing personal issues at work.
If you were fired after asking your supervisor to stop discussing personal issues at...View More
On the warrant the judge said they can search for drugs or evidence of drugs but written in handwriting the police said in the oral statement of facts which establish probable cause to believe rhat the crime of fraud was committed. Is the warrant still valid?
The validity of a search warrant typically hinges on the information presented to the judge or magistrate at the time the warrant was issued. If the warrant was expressly limited to searching for drugs or evidence of drugs and did not include provisions for searching for evidence related to fraud,...View More
The worst punishment you can receive for a misdemeanor eluding peace officer in Nevada is six months in jail, a fine of up to $1,000, or both. However, the most common punishment for this offense is probation and a fine.
Unfortunately, due to the nature of internet questions and responses,...View More
I was pulled over because of a illegal lane change. There was traffic cones so I was forced into right turning lane. I put my blinker on to move over on (Have pictures). I was lit up and harassed right away. I was told to shut up or I'd be pulled out of my car in cuff which is exactly what... View More
If you believe your rights were violated due to an illegal search, and you experienced coercion or ineffective assistance of counsel, you have several options. First, consider filing a motion to withdraw your guilty plea if you were not fully informed or if it was entered under duress. You might...View More
I know that terminating a month to month lease requires at least 30 days notice. 1. Does that notice require that it be given at the beginning of the month, or at any time? 2. Serving them via a process server will be very difficult, as they are not here at any specific times. What is an... View More
The 30-day notice to terminate a month-to-month lease in Nevada can be given at any time during the month. The notice period begins on the day that the notice is served to the tenant, and the tenancy ends on the last day of the month following the 30-day notice period.
In a nonjudicial foreclosure case in Nevada, a lender can hire a third-party servicer to work under the lender's name. This is a common practice among lenders, as it allows them to focus on their core business of lending money, while outsourcing the tasks associated with foreclosing on...View More
One option is to file a complaint with the Nevada Department of Education. The department has a responsibility to investigate all complaints of bullying and to take steps to address the problem. Suppose the department finds that the school has not adequately addressed the bullying. In that case, it...View More
Suing Ford Motor Company for airbags not deploying in a car accident can be a complex matter. To determine if you have a valid claim, consult a personal injury attorney who specializes in product liability cases. They will assess your situation, investigate the airbag system's performance, and...View More
Resident Waives any and all rights as to any express or implied covenant of quiet enjoyment, as said claims may relate to any matters or conditions that are not directly caused by landlord's gross negligence or intentional misconduct.
The clause states that the tenant is giving up any rights to claim that the landlord has violated the covenant of quiet enjoyment, unless the violation is directly caused by the landlord's gross negligence or intentional misconduct. In essence, you would not be able to hold the landlord...View More
If you're looking to preserve an original patent that went to the appeals court, you'll need to ensure that it's properly documented and stored in a safe location. If the appeals court issued a decision in November 2021, it would be prudent to maintain a certified copy of that...View More
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