A New Mexico attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. If the virtual environment is in the setting of a video game or something similar that the players are engaged in voluntarily, that would probably not be illegal. If the virtual environment is in the form of...Read more »
Hire a competent NM attorney to search the Title. At least look at the Deed and see who the grantees are. StepMother probably either owns it outright under the current Deed as the survivor, or she and the other Heirs At Law (which includes you) are now Tenants In Common. If the latter, you...Read more »
A New Mexico attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. I'm very sorry for your loss. There are a couple of different areas of law here, and I can only speak for the medication-related issue. Most firms that handle such cases offer free initial consults. In terms...Read more »
Ordinarily, no. The conviction is the conviction. Perhaps, if the result on appeal is a vacating of the conviction, then maybe you are at square one--but the double jeopardy clause can perhaps be applied in that scenario.
It depends. Because you tagged this question with both "business" and "employment," I'm assuming that the profit-sharing contract you are asking about is a contract with an employee of the nonprofit organization. If so, you are dealing with a question involving a topic that...Read more »
I want to file for bankruptcy. I think i was a victim of a scam. I have not filed my taxes for 2020 and 2021 and know that I owe $140K for 2020 and will owe for 2021 and 2022. I wont be able to pay those in my lifetime. I took out loans and a lot of my retirement funds in 2020 and 2021 with a scam.... Read more »
Find something that you are interested in college and do well. Good law schools need good marks, most of the time the undergraduate degree area of study is not as important. If you are interested in a particular subject area (sports, medicine, technology, politics) I am almost certain there is an...Read more »
Possibly, it would depend on whether you have a family member that can petition for you, for example a United States citizen spouse or U.S. citizen child over the age of 21. Or if you are under the age of 21, a U.S. citizen parent. You should discuss your case with an immigration attorney to find...Read more »
I have multiple cars and he told me that I only need to have it on one of my two cars and it would cover both cars in the event of a claim. I still had to sign a form saying I was declining it for one of the cars. Was his statement true?
My name is Mark Caruso and I am with Caruso Law Offices.
Yes, uninsured and underinsured motorist coverage is portable. For instance, if you own a Ford and a Chevy it would work like this. You could buy uninsured motorist coverage on the Ford and not on the Chevy. If you are in an...Read more »
My name is Mark Caruso with Caruso Law Offices, and I would like to answer your questions.
Yes you can bring a claim on behalf of your son. Because your son was a passenger and not at fault for the crash, you can sue on behalf of his estate. First, you would need to get appointed as the...Read more »
A New Mexico attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. You probably already attempted resolution or negotiation with them. When it comes to ER or ambulance services, some carriers will show more leniency. But if you are at an impasse, which could be the case from...Read more »
Absent very unusual circumstances, you can sell anything you own to anyone you want. And having a will does not prevent you from selling anything you own. However, these are very general answers to very general questions. Clearly you are concerned about or troubled by something. Follow your...Read more »
I do not wish to satisfy this judgement because the plaintiff was in the wrong, but she could hire an attorney, whereas I literally have no money. I am expecting a check from rental assistance that I want to protect from this judgement but I'm afraid that if I open an account at a different... Read more »
Required surgery for herniated disc Jan 2021 & never fully recovered now need more. Given less physical job but am slower & 72 yrs old. Terminated Dec '21 as said no funding for my position. Just got a disqualification from NM Workforce Solutions as said i was per diem, ( statute... Read more »
I'm sorry you were treated this way following your injuries. A New Mexico attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Ordinarily, injuries sustained in the course of employment should be covered by workers' comp. But I am not clear on your legal capacity here...Read more »
My gyno prescribed me way over 400 15mg Oxycodone and 10mg Hydrocodone a MONTH. Although the insurance refused to cover more than 1 Rx a month, the Dr. kept approving them to be filled and the pharmacy filled them. This continued for over a year. I became an addict because of this negligence and am... Read more »
A New Mexico attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. I'm sorry for the impact this has had on your life. Regardless of jurisdiction, there is the inescapable problem that fourteen years have elapsed, aside from other issues. You can reach out to local law...Read more »
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