answered on Feb 1, 2020
There is no universal answer here. It would depend on the given situation, taking into consideration the conduct of a guest, inherent hazards of a particular home, information stated or implied about the home, and other possible factors. Good luck
My dog was on his leash. The dog that attacked him was in his home,but he got out because the front door was open.
answered on May 23, 2019
In most states the most you can get for the death of a dog is the "market value" of the dog. You may be able to get negligent infliction of emotional distress--suggest you contact a member of the Nv assn for Justice in the county where this happened--they give free consults.
A roommate (1) slams a door walking into the residence. The other roommate (2) calls out asking who is there(there was an incident a couple of weeks ago of someone robbing these guys).....there is no reply. The roommate (1) hides inside the pantry while the other roommate (2) continues to call out... Read more »
answered on Jun 29, 2018
Depends on many things. If you are talking criminal liability you should discuss that with a criminal defense attorney or the victim assistance coordinator of the DA's office, not on a public website.
Housing authority did annual inspec. to the apt she lived in since 1990. She was a hoarder,had agoraphobia and OCD. She had severe health problems due to the bed bug infestation that she had for (apparently) more than 5 yrs. They would come to do inspections, tell her to "clear paths to the... Read more »
answered on Oct 10, 2017
Suggest you contact a member of the Nevada Trial Lawyers Association who handles things like nursing home neglect. They give free consults. Generally, the landlord would not be under a duty to get the tenant help. I'm surprised they let it go that far, but I don't see a jury saying they... Read more »
While dog sitting for a friend's dog that dog attacked my dog for no reason And my dog is now dead. Now i have a 300$ cremation bill that until paid we cannot have his remains. I Would Like this paid by the owner or the dog put down. What can be done for some kind of justice?
answered on Aug 6, 2017
Unfortunately, while they should pay unlikely the law will say they had to. You knew you were sitting another dog, and you brought your dog. If your firend knew you'd bring your dog, you may have a claim.
I was told to obtain Death Certificate and call back because her case was settled and ready for payout. What do I do?
answered on Jul 18, 2017
If an estate was opened there would be a listing of the claim and the attorney. If they told you it was ready likely there were letters in her things about the case. If you know where the case was filed you can check the court dockets.
This rule is so that they can extort money out of tenants and charge them or raise their rent. They do this every year when tenants get their energy assistance money. They try to take is from them. There are numerous trailers without the required fence and some use boards and and wood fencing.
answered on May 23, 2017
The landlord controls the terms. They can say no pets., They can say no pets unless they are in a stainless steel enclosure. They can say what they want. Don't like it--move.
He call me back to convince me on the terms that I will agree.to sign.he mislead to something that didn't not take place......how can I go about this situation.
answered on Feb 16, 2017
Get a consult with another lawyer. Either you have your own lawyer then or that lawyer will tell you it wasn't as misleading as you think.
My mother, who was diagnosed with a homogeneous factor V Leiden mutation, Protein S, and the prothrombin II Mutation in 2009; passed away in her sleep on the 31 August, 2016, cause of death a large, "pulmonary embolism." while taking Xarelto. In the Fall of 2015, her doctor replaced her... Read more »
answered on Oct 26, 2016
You should contact a member of the Nevada Justice Assn who handles medical cases--they give free consultations. The problem you run into is sveralfold--starting with the burden of proof being on your side to show that it was Xarelto and not something else that caused your mother's death.... Read more »
My Mom was at a Post Care Nursing Home - Hospital where she suffered abuse neglect and later passed away. A malpractice claim statue of limitations of one year has lapsed. Someone told me I msy have 2 years for a Elder Abuse Neglect Claim?
answered on Jul 23, 2016
Best bet is to contact a member of the Nevada Trial Lawyers Assn who handles nursing home neglect--they give free consultations. But yo may be ot of luck.
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