We took our 14 year old daughter on June 26, 2020 to our local emergency Room Gerald Champion because she had swallowed a plastic water bottle lid our local emergency Room basically took x-rays told her she'd pass it if she hadn't already told her to take more fiber and more water and... Read more »
A New Mexico attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. I'm sorry for the ordeal your daughter and your family went through. Despite what all of you went through due to the emergency room's original diagnosis, it could be difficult to bring a case based on...Read more »
My parents own a pool and I would like to teach other children private swim lessons in it. I will carry swim instructor insurance through thimble up to 1,000,000 in coverage and have a legal waiver created by a lawyer that each parent of the child will have to sign. I want to make sure my parents... Read more »
the seller kept delaying with all kinds of excuses. On Sunday, 6/28 she asked to delay closing for a couple of weeks. We agreed and I immediately emailed Pioneer Title in Alamogordo informing them that she wanted to delay closing. On monday, 6/29 the seller texted that she was canceling the... Read more »
Read your sale contract first. If you want the property and it does not appear the seller can disregard the sale, then hire a competent attorney to sue for specific performance. File suit while the earnest money is still in escrow, with the escrowee an included party (plaintiff or defendant).
Hi, I’m a US citizen and fiancé is not.He lived in the US for 2 years and had filed for asylum and before he got the interview the leader in his country was removed from power and situation had normalized so he went back a few months later.He did not do was notifying the USCIS that he was... Read more »
The general rule is that a bona fide asylum applicant does not accrue unlawful presence while his application is pending. There’s exceptions to this rule so more info is needed. Discuss with counsel anywhere in the USA.
This is something a criminal defense lawyer in New Mexico should advise on. Your question remains open for two weeks. You could reach out to lawyers or look into whether you qualify for a public defender.
Had arbitration through NM Bar for attorney/client dispute over fees. Was never given a fee agreement and paid cash to the attorney, Went to arbitration under a voluntary attorney assigned by the bar. Arbitrator ruled against me , I objected to the matter, I am being ignored and have received no... Read more »
It depends on if the arbitration agreement or arbitration procedure provides for any appeal, most do not. If any appeal is to be filed, I would say New Mexico trial court, but I have no experience with NM arbitration rules.
I am an SLP who works for a company based out of state but I live in Albuquerque and work for APS through them. In a covenants/provisions clause of my contract, I am not to work for APS for 12 months after my contract expires. I feel this is unreasonable since APS is the only public school in the... Read more »
Non-competes, generally speaking, are enforceable. There are factors a court takes into account to determine if they are too restrictive and thus, unenforceable. This varies state to state. I would recommend reaching out to an employment lawyer in your state for a consultation.
The power of attorney expired when your sister died. You now need to go to court to be appointed as executor of her estate. As executor you will have the power of the court behind you when you demand that the boyfriend turn over her property, and you can also sue him for the value of the property...Read more »
Have been telling Dr for a week wife has preeclampsia. Last two days she been in labor. She was having contractions every 4-5 min was released with 1.5 hour drive home. Her water broke and we returned dr won’t even see her for another 8 hrs on what should be an emergency c-section. Nurse has... Read more »
This is a complex scenario and you await a response for four weeks. The best thing you could do as a first step would be to contact a med mal attorney in New Mexico. Many offer free initial consults. If upon further discussion of the matter, they determine your wife has the basis for a case, they...Read more »
I have 4 different licensed contractors say it doesn't need to be demolished. I had 2 licensed contractor try to pull a permit and was denied. I just want to remodel this home and live in it. I go to court tomorrow, on city wanting to dismiss it. My hearing is set for April 9th, if it's... Read more »
If you had your April 9th hearing already, it could be a moot point, but attorneys might be apprehensive about charging for services where they have difficulty in predicting an outcome. You could keep trying. Another issue is that the health crisis has paralyzed court operations and professional...Read more »
You should probably retain qualified counsel experienced in custody disputes. Any decision the Court makes regarding time sharing at this point may be binding unless there is a material change in circumstances in the future. You will have a much better chance of protecting your child's...Read more »
A New Mexico attorney could best address your question, but your post remains open for two weeks. As a general matter, it's really in your hands. If you do attempt to help neighbor, that's nice of you and I hope nothing happens to you in the course of the work. But if you did injure...Read more »
We have her insurance info and filed a claim. Our insurance paid our vehicle off and offered us an extra almost $4500 (This does not replace the vehicle). We are still waiting, 6 days now for police report. We have lost work time, scared kids, no vehicle, and anguish to know end. We want to go... Read more »
I am so sorry to hear of your recent crash which was caused by a drunk driver. DWI's continue to be a real problem in our state. You can bring a personal injury claim against the driver and insurance company for all injuries suffered by you and your family. Each of you have an individual...Read more »
You will need to sit down and talk with an attorney to review, assess and advise on any specific case. He/she would need to review the specifics of the plea agreement that placed the person on probation as well as the specifics of any new allegations. The attorney would also need to know the...Read more »
It would be best if a New Mexico attorney advised here, but you await an answer for two weeks, and there are certain things you need to do without delay. In most jurisdictions, the owner, as well as the operator, can be sued. Hopefully, your insurance will cover the loss. From the serious damage...Read more »
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