During a recent snow fall someone hit our fence. Their insurance wanted a quote for the damages/repair cost. I had sent one over and they sent me a check for the costs. The company I got the repair done for is no longer able to start until the spring time. The area the fence is missing gives... Read more »
answered on Feb 8, 2023
A Wisconsin attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. Until you're able to consult with a local attorney, insurance companies nationwide don't generally worry too much about which vendor performs repairs on small property and casualty claims involving... Read more »
I have contacted both and have been neglected to be called back, They have known for years and after I was forced to use their safer than cannabis alternative here in Wisconsin, thc-o is everywhere and now after a rancid batch I had 2 months of a sinus infection, now heart issuses, lungs hurt and... Read more »
answered on Jan 22, 2023
The FDA and CDC are federal agencies which have sovereign immunity from such lawsuits.
You may however have a valid claim against the sellers and manufacturers of the Thc-o products you used.
Just as with tobacco using plaintiffs, you will face comparative / proportional... Read more »
answered on Aug 8, 2022
The class action has a website where you can do this, here:
answered on Jun 8, 2022
You will need to contact a local attorney to discuss your matter in more detail.
My husband got into fight that resulted in restitution for hospital bills after he was released off probation and they turned it into a judgement. We have been trying to get ahold of the hospital to pay this off they wont give any information to us because it is someone elses name. We call... Read more »
answered on Oct 13, 2021
Why don't you call the hospital and request you need to speak with the legal department. If they don't have one, ask to speak with the individual responsible for payments due to the hospital and tell them you need help finding out where to send the payment. If that fails, send them the... Read more »
My ex and I have a placement modification hearing coming up. He will be bringing people with him. I know it can be done, but how do I ask that all non parties please be excused from the courtroom?
answered on Jul 23, 2021
Unless it is a paternity hearing, many of these hearings are public hearings. You can object to the people being in the courtroom, but it is within the discretion of the Commissioner to ban them. You could raise the issue that these people are likely to be called as witnesses at a trial and... Read more »
I’ve used Moraccan shampoo and conditioner
answered on Jul 17, 2021
I agree with Mr. Muwonge. I would also add another issue you must consider. Most states require corporations to be represented by only attorneys. This law applies to any court in which the corporation has been sued. If you plan to sue a corporation (who made the product) you should be aware... Read more »
I was driving on the right side of road in residential area, following speed limit & initiated decrease in speed to take a left into a driveway to reverse out of to go back the same way I was coming from. There was a car in that driveway. Before ever breeching the threshold line of said... Read more »
answered on Jun 3, 2021
A Wisconsin attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. This could be a difficult claim, where certain things could have been done better on both sides. In terms of apportioning liability, that could be a jurisdiction-specific issue based on the comparative negligence... Read more »
In court I tried to enter the laws standards for exigent circumstances and was told that I was asking the defendants to interpret the law/ I got this information from appeal courts rulings. I was trying to enter the standards of the laws. Can I appeal this ruling?
answered on Feb 11, 2021
It's hard to say with these facts. Parties usually only "submit" legal standards when submitted jury instructions. You can also reference them in briefs.
August 30th, while unconscious from Epilepsy medication, traveling Chicago to St.Paul on a Megabus, I was sexually assaulted by the passenger seated next to me. When I awoke to what was happening to me, I alerted the bus driver who I was seated directly behind. he did not respond or make any... Read more »
answered on Mar 15, 2020
I'm sorry for your ordeal, and for the ensuing frustration in trying to contact attorneys. Your post remains open for two weeks, and seems to have been cut off at the end. You could try to contact Wisconsin personal injury attorneys here on this site if you didn't have luck in your... Read more »
My last complaint that I agreed to let a magistrate judge handle was dismissed without prejudice. So I am requesting trial by jury permissible by the 7th amendment rights.
answered on Feb 3, 2020
The 7th amendment jury trial applies to criminal cases, not civil cases.
for example if you buy a bottle of syrup from Target when is that bottle of syrup legally yours
answered on Dec 24, 2019
This must be a trick question or extreme boredom. The product is yours when you pay the money and get a receipt.
Is it fraud if an owner of a company advertises merchandise at a certain percentage off, but then tells the sales team not to let customers know of these sales?
answered on Aug 28, 2019
It's possible. It depends on the state of mind with which it's done.
Police won't do their jobs for theft and Im being treated as if Im the criminal and being threatened. Why won't cops do tbeir jobs?
answered on Jul 24, 2019
That is neither a legal excuse nor a moral excuse for breaking the law
Husband changed his mind. Now the estates lawyer is coming after my husband for breach of contract. Can he do that ? Or force us to purchase
answered on May 24, 2019
Assuming that you have no contingencies remaining in the offer that you could exercise in good faith, then a failure to close on the part of the Buyer is a default. Assuming this is a standard WI WB-11 Offer to Purchase form, if Buyer defaults, Seller may:
(1) sue for specific performance... Read more »
If person A files a summons for small claims on person B. And person A provides false of incorrect information on the summons. What actions can be taken against person A?
answered on May 19, 2019
As a general matter, if the information is material (and not some minor and inconsequential fact or detail), it could possibly result in dismissal of the action. How it is treated by the court could be determined by the mental state of the person providing the information, in that if it is done... Read more »
I was sued by a creditor for about $4500 and i am currently and have been on Wi Badgercare and Wi Foodshare(Food Stamps). I am unemployed and have a relative giving me $800 a month($630 is rent, the rest is to live off per month) and my roommate gives me his portion of the rent each month(also... Read more »
answered on Dec 6, 2018
At least 25% of the monthly amount because none of it is exempt.....
Small Claims case from 2001 - Claim was reopened in 2010 and filed only. Talked to other party on claim and he was garnished his full amount. According to clerk of courts, we need a satisfaction letter from the plaintiff, but the plaintiff is no longer in business and unable to contact. How do I... Read more »
answered on Oct 12, 2018
You're going to need to file a motion with the court. You will need to explain (and show) how the plaintiff is no longer in business and that the judgment should be listed as satisfied. You may want to retain a lawyer to help you, as you are going to need to file a number of different... Read more »
im not sure what kind of lawyer i need to find
answered on Jul 18, 2018
You need a lawyer that will file a lawsuit in small claims or regular civil court.
Put a monetary amount in my tort claim while in prison. Got out hired a lawyer and filed lawsuit and now realizing I need to ask for more money because I didn't no my limitations of my injuries while in jail. Once out its a lot I can't do. Can't drive can't work need full time... Read more »
answered on Jun 14, 2018
In most jurisdictions a complaint may be amended anytime up through judgment as long the amendment conforms to the proofs. In your situation depending on your state's procedural law, I think it would be routine to amend your complaint to raise the ad damnum (or the claim for damages) that are... Read more »
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