Check with the humane society. Proof of criminal damage to property or abusing animals needs some foundation. The threat is probably, at most disorderly conduct. Proof he did something criminal is next. An at large animal may be in violation of township ordinances. Check with the Clerk. My...Read more »
My son was in the classroom the teacher was in the classroom the Bell just rang 19 year old student approach my son was in his face and shove them and they started to fight my son was suspended from school for rest of the school year
Can fight the suspension--seems overly harsh, will impact graduation. School is only repsonsible if the 19 year old wasn't supposed to be there or if the 19 year old had a known propensity to violence. However your son 1)being in his face and 2)shoving him makes your son likely to lose.Contact...Read more »
The electronic health record caused me over 7 figures in economic damages and permanent injuries as the miscoding and missing information caused me damages in a personal injury suit as the errors represented a chronic history that did not exist except in the epic lucy records which were used by... Read more »
My son was driving my daughters truck. hit a pedestrian. My daughters truck was under my husband and my auto insurance. My son had his own auto insurance. This accident happened 11/29/2015. My sons auto insurance paid out the policy limits but the party that was hurt refuses to sign off my son. I... Read more »
Thank you for your question. Except in cases of medical malpractice or wrongful death, a minor has two years from the date of his or her 18th birthday to file suit. If however, the victim was an adult, the statute of limitations is 3 years from the date of the accident or from the time s/he could...Read more »
Was attacked for no reason by a teen with autism while babysitting. Parent withheld full information and lied about violent behavior prior employment, describing him as "quiet and not aggressive". Police was informed and report was filed. School was also informed. Now my back in injured... Read more »
If you have homeowner's insurance, let them deal with this issue. I would not pay, if the boy was not INVITED to be on your property, which it seems he was not. Any fence may have parts that can cut a person's hand. The parents are acting like you set up a snare, or a pit, and injured...Read more »
Our dog has bitten twice when someone entered our home unexpectedly. Because of this we don't want to keep him as we have many visitors. We know a guy who really wants him and says he has experience working with this behavior. We would prefer to re-home the dog rather than euthanize. We have... Read more »
In February 2017, I was at - fault for a minor car accident with no damages, or visible/declared injuries. I exchanged personal & insurance information with other driver, but no police accident report filed. The other driver later filed a personal injury claim with my (then) insurance company.... Read more »
That will depend on many issues--the severity of the injuries, how much they can be disputed--for instance, fracture cases usually get larger awards than back strain cases because no one can question a fracture, whereas with a back strain they can always argue it's pre-existing. Other factors...Read more »
The private owner of the land will likely claim that you were a trespasser on the property. With limited exceptions, see Wis. Stat. Sec. 895.29 (3), most of which apply only to injured children, the owner of the property owes no duty of care to a trespasser.
I have had so many health issues over the years, not to mention legal problems. This was something that was swept under the rug. I am currently on disability for extreme anxiety, depression, ocd, and the list goes on. My mother has no memory of my birth, and I have had so many problems. I am told... Read more »
The pursuit of the case will depend on a number of factors. One, if the school is a public schools, there may be limitations and / or procedures that limit how and when the school district can be sued. In most negligence cases, there must be a showing that the negligent conduct caused harm....Read more »
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