The payment of medical bills will depend on the available coverage and the liability or fault for the incident or accident. The bicyclist may take the position that he or she was not at fault. If there was a police report, this may help clarify how the accident took place and how the insurance...Read more »
Religious symbols are not necessarily free of copyright protection. If the image you found online was created by an artist, and has some very minimal level of creativity applied to the work, that artist was granted copyright protection, even if the underlying symbol is in the public domain or...Read more »
It has never come back.He admitted to my primary Dr.that he might of hit the nerves.Sonow the front tip kills me and the side that he did still hurts and he killed the nerves on the side to which still hasn't been done the right why. I live in Vermont what should I do i have to live with this... Read more »
Now she's clean and has been for over a year but the arrangements for FSU will be going into motion soon. She's going to go sign a lease tomorrow for an apartment. Can someone from the case tell the landlords exactly what she is getting charged for and the story? I'm in the state of Vermont
Why do you ask in this way. Whynot say what has happened? Her criminal court records are public, right?
PLZ presume I know I can see an atty, I know applic homestead/wild-card, etc., exemptions, and I know this is an asset...question is specific and answers will help me choose atty. Context: Ch 7, All debt is credit card, unsecured. Settlement/judgment will be more than enuf to pay off creditors.... Read more »
The very best thing you can do is to have a full discussion with a bankruptcy attorney about this. You will find that the suit you have is an asset of your bankruptcy estate if you file for bankruptcy.
I'm in a wheelchair and advised the motel I would need a wheelchair accessible room upon arrival I found I was unable to fit through the door to the room nor was I able to get into the bathroom in fact they have no ada accommodations at all
You know about the ADA, right? Look it up on the internet. Find out about the local ordinance requirements and also research the state statutes or code on this topic.
The deceased partner has only one relative, a brother who lives in Florida. The deceased does not have any living relatives in the state where both partners resided the entire eight years of their relationship. Would the surviving partner have to go to Florida to start court action to become the... Read more »
Go see a local probate attorney to get answers to your questions after a full discussion of the issues.
An old friend of mine claimed I ran over his foot, (at approximately 1 mile an hour). He has no damage to his foot whatsoever. Out of anger 20 seconds after that happened, he purposely kicked a gigantic dent into my vehicle. I want him to pay for it, but he refuses to. How can I go about doing... Read more »
I used to live in VA. The State of VA contacted my current employer in 2011 and attempted to garnish my wages. They claim that I never had state taxes with held for the years 2000, 2001, 2003 and 2004 and that I owed them $ 6,252.69 in back taxes, interest, and penalties.
That may be really tough. Try the employer first for the W-2. Alternatively, ask them to reconstruct the W-2 equivalent from their information or use their best estimate. Are you sure you were even employed then? Consult a tax attorney for more advice.
I cannot be deported but I do not have a green card. Had won the visa lotto from the department of state twelve years ago.Have family members who are U.S citizens.Have a disability,have worked,filed taxes in my name and tax I.D number.When shall I get a Green card? I am from europe england since... Read more »
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The law requires your child to be 21 years of age in order to apply for you. The question is unclear as to how you originally entered the US. You should consult with an experienced immigration attorney on your current...Read more »
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