The nurse said the found him with no pulse and not breathing, they did not know how long he had been like that and that they were able to shock him back to life but fractured both sides of his ribs and chest and also he has no signs of any brain activity
I am sorry for your family's loss. You haven't asked a question but I assume you are interested in inquiring about whether the doctor/hospital had a role in his passing. That will require an autopsy, and a review of all of his hospital records as well as medical records from any health...Read more »
My grandfather accidentally hit someone's dog the other day, and left the scene (which he's already been ticketed for), and the dog didn't make it. The dog's owners tried getting him to pay the vet bill for the services the dog recieved before passing. Does my grandfather have... Read more »
I'm very sorry for the loss of your father. A Hawaii attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. You could reach out to Hawaii attorneys to discuss further. An attorney could investigate the matter further and request records for review with a medical...Read more »
No President has the authority to pass any laws. That is the exclusive province of Congress. I cannot speak to Federal Law, but Indiana State Law (IC 35-46-3-12.5) protects against Domestic violence animal cruelty
Sec. 12.5. A person who knowingly or intentionally kills a vertebrate...Read more »
I'm very sorry for the loss of your father. In terms of the charges, that could have been the decision of the the county district attorney. But that does not prevent you and your family from pursuing a wrongful death action. You could contact attorneys to discuss further. Attorneys who handle...Read more »
So this person is a co-worker and has a very strong hatred towards humanity in general. He said he drives as oppose to use public transport mostly for comfort, but he also says part of his intention is that the air pollution he contributes to will help "Cull the human population" and he... Read more »
A California criminal attorney could answer your question best, but it remains open for three weeks. Whether as homicide or as wrongful death you also post under, this would not amount to a crime or a tortious act in any jurisdiction, under federal or state law. Good luck
(2) Upon written request from the patient or a person authorized to have access to the patient's record under an advance directive for health care or a durable power of attorney for health care for such patient, the provider having custody and control of the patient's record shall furnish...Read more »
The defendant payed a settlement to my mother's estate. The settlement states "No Releasee has ever admitted, and but rather each specifically denies, any allegation of wrongdoing. " The case was against a nursing home.
If the settlement is for pain and suffering, then the payment of that settlement is non-taxable. The only issue you would have as far as taxability of the funds that were then distributed to you through the estate would be if the distribution exceeded the exemption amount on the gift tax of 11.5...Read more »
A Nebraska attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for three weeks. I'm very sorry for the loss of your mother; this is a heartbreaking accident. It's difficult to say whether you can sue based on these facts alone. Floats can vary widely in terms of their quality, size,...Read more »
We are common law married we do not have a marriage license but we have six years of tax returns where he claims me as his wife and our two children so what did Nick go to me and my children instead of allowing them to put it in Probate is it legal for them to put it in Probate instead of giving it... Read more »
If you already have a lawyer, no on one here can ethically offer much advice, and certainly wouldn't do anything to interrupt the attorney / client relationship. That doesn't mean you can't call another lawyer and ask for a second opinion of course, that is very common.
She has placed me in a Nursing Home and I have no say in anything. She does not respect my rights, she just treats me as if I don't exist! Her attorney appointed an attorney ad-lit-um for me who I have not heard from for over a year!
Conversion is just a fancy word for steal. If you suspect that your guardian-ad-litem has stolen your property, simply request an accounting. The guardian's failure to account for ANY part of your property would constitute a breach of his/her fiduciary duty to you and subject the guardian to...Read more »
My son was struck and killed by a commercial truck whose driver's license was suspended in "the 3rd degree". My son was a pedestrian, and granted he was no in a crosswalk. But shouldn't the driver of the truck at least have been issued a citation for driving on a suspended... Read more »
My husband was the executor of the estate, however he was unable to continue, as he became ill. Then, his sister became the executor of estate. Both parents and all siblings were named beneficiaries to the estate. There has been a wrongful death lawsuit going on and is now in the process of... Read more »
First, my heart goes out to you in this difficult time.
Now to answer the question. You and/or your daughter should be entitled to your husband's share of his brother's estate. Your husband was alive at the time of his brother's death, so he (or in this case his estate)...Read more »
I'm very sorry for your loss. A local state attorney could answer best, but your question remains open for two weeks. There is no universal answer. It could depend on the nature of the case (respective liabilities of the parties involved), the damages being claimed, the willingness of both...Read more »
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