Removing and replacing roof including the framing. No roof, just tarps, some water got in. It was expected in this type of job, hence the terms and conditions. Customer filed a claim with my insurance even though the Terms and Conditions she signed directly states that I'm not liable for any... Read more »
It sounds as if the homeowner breached your contract by filing an insurance claim when she shouldn't have. I'd ask her to withdraw the claim. It sounds like she is also interfering with your General Contractor. Yet, since you stated things seem to be ok for the moment, that's...Read more »
Driveway was posted however it was late and below freezing temperatures. Truck was about to die 100%. I'm on camera going up driveway and leaving. Never reached anyone for help. Found out months later there was a theft around the time I went up there to ask for a phone. Police are trying to... Read more »
The answer really depends on the facts. You should contact a defense lawyer and consult about your case. If you have been charged with a criminal offense that means there is probable cause to arrest according to at least a police department and justice of the peace.
A new manager put in place a rule that if you are asking for time off you must provide a reason for that request. If the reason isn't good enough, you are denied your request. The request sheet is left out so that anyone can see your request.
Yes. Since paid time off is not required by law, employers have a lot of discretion to define the terms of when and how employees can use it. If you don't want your requests to be seen by others, you can ask to mark the days you'd like off on the sheet and separately email or message your...Read more »
Assuming NH is the home state of you and the children, you don't need to wait! You would be filing a parenting petition seeking sole decision-making responsibility and residential responsibility for the children. Because the children are exclusively your responsibility, you may also want to...Read more »
The best way is for the two of you to meet with an attorney mediator who will help you identify and resolve all the financial issues at one time. Once you reach an agreement you can decide when you would like to refinance. You can then file your agreement with the Court along with a joint...Read more »
A DV simple assault carries with it many unforeseen consequences. It may impact your firearms rights and result in travel restrictions to Canada. I would encourage you to consult with a criminal defense attorney in the area where you are charged.
I am not sure who "CS" is (case servicer?) but in New Hampshire a formal notice of foreclosure must be sent to the last known address of record via certified mail, return receipt requested. It will have a date and time certain as to when the sale will occur. For residential property, this...Read more »
I think you are seeking information about a petition to annul a criminal conviction, RSA 651:5. There is a checklist found at the State of NH website: https://www.courts.nh.gov/sites/g/files/ehbemt471/files/documents/2021-04/annulmentchecklist.pdf
All State is the insurance and is willing to settle the medical portion but because they could not find an adequate vehicle for me to use and because of the nature of the repairs, I was out a vehicle for more than 3 weeks. My daughter has a specialized wheelchair and we missed out on a lot of fun... Read more »
You do not have to hire a lawyer but most insurance companies will not take you seriously without a lawyer, especially on a loss of use claim and/or speculative general damages. That said, it is your choice. Please note that most attorneys practicing in the filed of injury/accident law will...Read more »
A New Hampshire attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Nationwide, snow plows are cut some slack because of the importance of their work and pressure to keep roads clear during heavy snowfalls, despite the fact that in many places, they do not enjoy special...Read more »
I was sentenced to surrender for 30 days on weekends on 3/26/21. I had unforeseen circumstances to not surrender until 4/16/21 but continued to to do it every weekend until I finished with good behavior on 5/31/21. So I finished the sentence just 3 weeks late. Is that still bail jumping?
In short, no, you don't have to work with an NCM. You can politely tell them thank you, but no thank you. If you're going to go that route, you should also make sure your doctors are aware that you don't want them communicating with the NCM either.
I live in New Hampshire and was just told by my probate lawyer that since my name is not on the home with the mortgage that I either need to pay the loan in full or get some type of financing as the Due on Sale clause will take effect. I was told by the bank that has the mortgage that I could just... Read more »
Some facts are missing. There are federal laws that prohibit acceleration of home loans under certain circumstances when a borrower dies. There are not enough facts here to definitively determine whether your facts fit within those exceptions to the due on sale clause. But if the bank has no...Read more »
In negotiations with insurance, though talk have stalled. They only went up 300 dollars from initial offer on a total losS they have not been able to provide information on how they arrived at that number of 8,000 when I see car for sale for 10000 to 12000 I even provided them direct links though... Read more »
A New Hampshire attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. As a general premise nationwide, insurance carriers do not have a statutory obligation to settle all claims. They have an obligation of conducting the claims process in good faith. But it is not necessarily bad...Read more »
I inherited a home with a mortgage from my mom. My name is not on the house can I continue the mortgage payments as is as I am now the successor of interest or do I have to pay the whole mortgage up front before closing.
Our limited common area is an airspace unit, ie: right to exclusive use of our limited common area (unit) ABOVE the land. The land under each limited common area is "owned in common by all unit owners" just as is the common area land. So who is responsible for the cost of removal of... Read more »
This is an interesting question, but probably not one where you will find a definitive answer. In particular, if the tree is within the airspace and poses a danger, property ownership of the tree may not be the sole determining factor for who is responsible for it. Any answer would probably come...Read more »
The NH Homestead statute shields your residence from creditors liquidating the home without paying you $120,000. This really just shields you and creditors don't move to liquidate. The liens would need to be examined to determine timing and type of lien. I'd be glad to discuss further,...Read more »
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