You should consult with a Rhode Island attorney as to what is considered and admissible specific to the state. As a general matter, some of the things that courts in such cases could consider include video footage from the establishment, eyewitness testimony, and receipts.
My mother lives in an area that is shared with my mother in law's things, but was given a clear division line for "her room". These spaces share a common door, however, every time we leave the house, my mother in law enters my mom's space, moves things around that do not belong to her, and removes... Read more »
Your remedies will depend on whether she is a guest or a tenant. If she is a guest, you might ask her to leave if she continues this behavior you find unacceptable. If she is a tenant, you may have to file a formal eviction.
i do not know if i want to persue a case yet but i want to know if i can do it when im 18 so my parents will not get involved i do have text message evidence that i did say no and i live in rhode island
Depends entirely on what happened. At that age they are young adults and granparents aren't necessarily responsible unless 17 yr old is their kid. Why not contact a member of the RI Assn for Justice --they give free consults.
parent find out at night when bath and brought him to hospital and file a report, this happen on last Friday. police is still claim on investigation but parent think that the department is not going to do much because the officer question if the child had sat on something hot and got burn or did... Read more »
Charges need to be pressed by the police and /or attorney general's office. A civil suit is possible if it can be shown that it happened at the daycare. Suggest the parents contact an attorney who provides free consultations.
my children were taken the bus it was 0.8 miles in the range but, the school department moved the stop to under the range of 0.75. (right across the street from my house and my friends ) so our children can't take the bus. but, the other children can in the area. this area was always bused... Read more »
Or someone walks them to school.The school board is presumably elected.That's how you get it--the R.I. Statute seems to say that they have to provide a bus when walking "isnt practicable." Your arguement would be for the kids up to grade 4 or so walking 3/4 of a mile is a long way, and for all kids...Read more »
My fiance's car was stolen after being left by a parking attendant at his work after closing with the keys in the car, the doors unlocked. He was never told that the attendant would leave the keys in his car if he did not return to pick them up before closing. His car was then stolen, but found and... Read more »
The answer is possibly. You should take pictures of the basement and railing area on the stairs immediately from all angles. Go see a doctor, give a history of the accident, keep copies of all bills and records. Are there any code violations on the property? Shoddy maintenance etc? Any witnesses to...Read more »
your girlfriend is best served by contacting a reputable rhode island attorney who does injury work. first consultations are usually free and normally lawyers will do the case on a contingent %. some court systems are online like indiana where it is fairly easy to find out who has sued or been sued...Read more »
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