Was in a 0% at fault wreck, where the other party broke the law and hit me. Vehicle is being repaired but I'd like to get diminished value of the vehicle to help hold me over while recovering from injuries and can't work.
If you have injuries you have an injury claim and should consult a member of the OK Trial Lawyers Assn--they give free consults. with your injuries this isn't d.i.y. It's also how you'll make up any loss on what you get for the property damage.
She is 19 and received virtually no training on how to handle situations like that other than to squirt them with a water bottle. There were 3 employees watching 70 dogs. She wasn’t even allowed to leave to get medical treatment even though she was bitten quite badly. What legal actions can she... Read more »
Depends on the nature of your injury. It's only been less than a year, and if they are arguing you had a preexisting condition--as they do in nearly every case short of amputation--yes, that can take that long.I'm assuming you have an attorney. If not you need to get one.
I was waiting to visit my father in jail and they pulled me in a room and arrested me. Soent a few hours in jail before i could bond out. Treated me very unfairly. Court next day and mind you i live in a different city. Wasted my time driving for them to tell me that they messed up like i had told... Read more »
In January I slipped and fell on the job and severed my patellar tendon. The injury required surgical reattachment and for two days after surgery I was told not to move from my bed. I wasn't not sent home on any type of anticoagulants or with an exercise machine and I developed a DVT which led... Read more »
So, in January I fell while on the job which led to a major knee injury (completely severed my patellar tendon). The injury required surgery to reattach the tendon to my kneecap. After surgery I was specifically instructed to go home, elevate the leg, and do not get out of bed for 2 days. I... Read more »
Not if in the judgement of the doctor it was medically appropriate. DNR doesn't mean don't do squat. It means if there is a situation where recussitation merely prolongs brain dead life (or other qualification) don't resucitate)
You always have the right of self defense - you just can't instigate it or once you have "defended" yourself - you can't keep up the fight. There is a line. You need to "make a record" and call a police officer and document what has happened. Document the day, time,...Read more »
Say I have a group that goes out and purchases riot gear, and then travels around the country and stops riots or steps in before police can to protect others. Would that be legal? I want to see if there is a way to keep people safe from groups like antifa
Depends what you mean by protect. Because you chose to, in a premeditated way, inject yourself you may violate a number of statutes, state and federal. I'm sure that you will find enough injustice in Oklahoma to work on that you won't need to go outside the state. Looks to me like antifa...Read more »
He may have poisoned my dogs as well. He has threatened me and given warning by police. Ever since my husband passed he has been harassing, threatening, bullying, and even calling the police on me for no reason. Both the town and him has been taking advantage of the fact that i am disabled also,... Read more »
It maybe advisable to ask to meet with a police officer to make a report just to document everything that has been happening. Next, you may want to speak to an attorney about getting a civil injunction against him, and maybe even a protective order.
A new warden has issued a memo that all privileges ie. Phone,email,yard,weights,visit commissary...for the ENTIRE prison if drugs are found on one person or in a common area... even if a prisoner was no where near the area or didn't know the person... is there a supreme Court ruling on... Read more »
Best source would be the ACLU prison project. Question I'd have is have you seen this or just heard this. NOrmally it would be a violation of federal Bureau of Prisons policy but that may have changed. Again check with ACLU prison project or similar project for the Oklahoma Civil Liberites Union.
The petitioner wasn't notified when his attorney left. The suit sat idle for a few years. After the defendant filed am appeal. Where can this lawsuit be found? If the appeal was adjudicated. Where can the ruling be found?
Look at the courthouse where it was filed. That will have the notice of appeal, which will have the Court it goes to. So you go to that Court's system. Look there. If a further appeal happened look there. Ruling would be in a court opinion or final order.
We have no trespassing signs and beware of dogs. Our dogs are secured. She walked on the side if the street with no sidewalk and ignored signs. The dogs that attacked her are not ours. The witness said she was kicking at the dogs. Just because we live near where it happened and we have dogs... Read more »
The person was invited to come in at first but decided to decline offer. After pushing handicapped mother, the aggressor pushes her against the wall. Walks in to slam me in ground and beat me. When finished, threatens to kill me as he walks out the door. I'm also a disabled service connected... Read more »
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