Straub hospital in Hawaii ?
answered on Oct 2, 2018
People are found not guilty for many reasons. There aren't enough facts to answer this, and also any answer would be hypothetical because what matters is what the DA thinks they can prove--and what they can't.
How do I access his belongings? He also has two precious children. What are my grandparent rights?
Thank you kindly for your time,
answered on Feb 26, 2018
Contact an estate attorney in the county where he was living. They can best discuss those issues.
So my daughter had passed away due to the hospital being wrong about her size she was over 11lbs and they didn't do a c-section if they had she wouldnt have got stuck and would still be here. They stated over and over just in case they have the room preped for a c-section and didn't. We... Read more »
answered on Feb 11, 2018
Listen, don't say much except "we're processing."
Take notes.Ask for records if they talk about what happened.
Contact a member of the Wisconsin Assn for Justice who handles medical cases--they give free consults.
My friend's mother was killed 16 years ago and her brother recently received documents with information about how she died among other things. She asked her brother if she would be able to see the documents but he has refused, stating that he doesn't want to relive the tragedy.... Read more »
answered on Jan 9, 2018
Based upon the limited information you have provided, I believe that the individual refusing to share the information has every right to hold on to information that is not owned by the individual requesting they share the information. In other words, your friend's brother undertook singular... Read more »
answered on Dec 26, 2017
Normally. However if you aren't sure, and you were hurt, why not call a member of the Wisc. Assn for Justice--they give free consults. Most intersection collisions depend on who is where, when.
I hypothetically trained my dog to shoot a gun and he killed someone am I in trouble or is my dog in trouble
answered on Dec 12, 2017
Both of you. Big trouble. Don't even think about it. If it did happen you need to speak with an attorney who handles criminal defense of homide cases.
answered on Oct 25, 2017
Usually yes.Consult the victim assistance coordinator at the DA's office.
now my attorney wants to take fees from that money, can he
answered on Dec 1, 2016
If he didn't charge fees on the money before --yes. If he already charged a fee on the total amount including the 20% seems like he's already covered that and it would be a double dip.
My roommate decided to let my dogs out while I was at work. Normally I keep them crated while I am gone. Since my dogs are familiar with her I don't mind that she plays with them from time to time but I never asked as a roommate that she has to let them out daily. Since she has lost both of my... Read more »
answered on Jul 6, 2016
You could. Not sure you would win as the standard is also if her conduct is reasonable. If it's a fenced in yard, unless they've escaped before it might seem reasonable to let them out and do something in the vicinity.
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