I'm sorry for your involvement in an accident and to the family of the other rider for their loss. There could be a number of things to sort out here, depending on whether you were injured, are being sued, among other issues. One of the first steps you could consider taking is to reach out to...Read more »
Filed report April 1, 2020 but case does not exist. Have been calling the department & leaving messages w/ anyone who who allow me to. Officer has yet to return a simple phone call. I am still out daily looking for runaway son...with no help.
You should contact the police to fill out a report and likely a civil protection order to keep the person away. Talk with an attorney to file a temporary restraining order against the person. The first thing is to stop the threat immediately, then worry about a civil suit at a later time.
Banks are the only entities that should be loaning money, not you. Sorry you were cheated. This is a matter for Small Claims, you should sue for $10,000, to include all pre-judgment interest, your rate of interest is within legal parameters, you can research it in the Financial Code. You need to...Read more »
Agent nor Ins. Co. Made no attempt to contact me prior to this inspection. I dont know their name or what they look like. How do I know if he will return with ill intentions.. Saw all that I own around my yard and carport. I cant go outside by myself without worrying if I'm being watched since... Read more »
A Louisiana attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. If they were surveying your property for underwriting a homeowner's policy, sometimes they can simply appear. The home office could have given you a heads up, but it could have gotten lost in the fray if they...Read more »
Is there a way to find out if any property or assets have been left that have yet to be distributed properly? My sister and I were so young when it happened we didn’t know what to do, and our father who had divorced her took her SS benefits from underneath us quickly...
For some types of personal property, like bank accounts, the Secretary of State maintains a data base of "Unclaimed property" where you can see if any accounts in your mother's name were turned over to the state. As for real property, a title insurance company could help you to...Read more »
I was subjected to a high risk exposure of Covid-19 due to emergency department staff not doing their due diligence. A patient with covid symptoms was not tested and rushed to the floor. During his stay the patient was given an aerosolizing procedure shortly before I entered the room. This is a... Read more »
A Virginia attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for a week. I'm sorry this happened to you and that greater safeguards were not taken to protect your safety. Contact a Virginia employment attorney to see if you could arrange a free initial consult (many attorneys offer that,...Read more »
Your brief question does not provide many facts, such as "In whose name is the rental agreement?" if it is your name and the roommate is your subtenant, you can give them a 3 day notice to pay or quit, and at the same time a 30 day notice to vacate the premises. Then you can file an...Read more »
It might depend on why they can't do that. If it is because of laws in their country prohibit them from doing so, doing it through a third-party might be seen as the same thing for all intents and purposes. Also, if it is a significant sum that could involve tax considerations in connection...Read more »
I'm sorry for your loss, and that your question remains open. If you want to try reposting your question in the Probate & Estate Planning categories, it might have better chances of being picked up there. From the description, it sounds like a situation involving intestacy. Hopefully in...Read more »
Your Friend needs an attorney, who will bring him to Court at the first available Hearing day. Then his file can be located and the situation explained. He wants to do this before a capia or fta issues, or worse, a bounty hunter comes after him.
Now you are asking a question on a public forum about how to commit a crime. This is not something you should be posting publicly. Your identification is noted on this site and it would not be too difficult to figure out who you are. No attorney is going to provide you with advice about how to...Read more »
Unclear what you mean by "can't be seen." If you mean that their computer lacks video so when they are on Zoom you get a black screen, then the answer is "yes" they can vote. In theory they could vote if the called in on a conference call.
An attorney familiar with the applicable laws of Puerto Rico could advise best. But you await a response for four weeks. As a general matter, if a wiretap is conducted by authorities, there is ordinarily a need for a warrant based on probable cause. As an action not conducted by the state, it could...Read more »
A Virginia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. For lawsuits in this range, most state court systems have a small claims section, enabling claimants to save money by handling cases on their own. Depending on the nature of the matter, that could be a...Read more »
An Iowa attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for a week. It could depend on the rules or by-laws of the city council. Additionally, some public positions require disclosure of outside employment. These situations can sometimes be fact-specific. Does your attendance at meetings...Read more »
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