It still had plates on it
answered on Mar 31, 2020
Yes. It is either one or two years, depending on the exacts facts of how the dog died.
On 1-1-20 my dad fell and broke his neck, he was taken to uofl hospital in Louisville, KY. Drs and nurses were told my dad was allergic to dilauted pain medicine, it's also stated on paperwork from Shelby Co EMS. There's other things done inappropriately to my dad also. He passed away... Read more »
answered on Mar 30, 2020
You need to contact a member of the Ky. Trial Lawyers Assn in Louisville who handles malpractice. They give free consults. Without seeing the entire medical record they won't be able to tell you.
They allowed my daughter out of my house and gate I use to keep her from leaving and out of danger since they left it open my daughter was able to get in my car and pass away from hyperthermia
answered on Dec 2, 2019
Substantially more facts are needed to make a determination regarding liability.
My friend is serving time in a KY correctional facility. What will happen to her if her trial is overturned? Will she immediately be sent to county jail until her new trial takes place?
answered on Jul 3, 2019
If the trial is overturned, She will be held on a bond to be set by the judge when the case is returned to him by the appeals court. At that time, release relief may be sought from the trial court.
Him justice. The police could care less and I know people getting away with murder. He was a homeless man, but unfortunately married a woman on drugs and still kept taking her money every month. Lives matter, this hurt bad, I need to do something but not sure what....
answered on Jan 8, 2019
All you can do is ask the police to investgate. Talk to a reporter.
woman call police after believed premeditated murder. First she claims an accident. She claims self defense because of domestic violence. However she went the night before and got a gun from her father, had it at her house. She claimed he was trying to get in to her. However, the couple was... Read more »
answered on Apr 29, 2018
A criminal defendant can always plea bargain. Whether that happens or not is up to the individual commonwealth attorney handling the case.
I need to no if I can sue the mom an dad of a cival suit cause of them removing the bloodstained carpet were there son killed an shot my brother then made his body unidentifiable and removed all carpet in house an burned it an replaced it an then rented there house an I think they helped there son... Read more »
answered on Jun 9, 2017
It's up to the DA to prosecute. You can sue, but unless these folks have money that won't get you anywhere. You can't do more that agitate peacefully.
No other blood kin closer than two children and two siblings. A lawyer has been contacted by children. Unknown if siblings ARE or MUST be included under Ky. law. Only the sister lives in Tn.
answered on Mar 29, 2017
Usually if there are minor children sibs would not take, but it depends on the law in that state.The attorney for the kids would know. If you are one of the sibs contact a member of the ky trial lawyers assn-they give free consults.
On August 12th 2012 I was involved in a single car accident. It was just myself and my daughter in the car. My 5 year old daughter was severely injured. She passed away 3 months later due to her injuries. I was covered thru progressive under my husband at the time. Shortly... Read more »
answered on Feb 15, 2017
You should contact a lawyer and go through the facts of this case. You listed Kentucky, which has a one-year statute of limitation in which to bring a personal injury lawsuit. Ky. Rev. Stat. § 413.140(1)(a). Based on these facts, claims that your daughter's estate may have had against the... Read more »
It was settled out of court and my name wasn't mentioned, so I didn't get my share of the claim as his child. Am i able to get my share now, or is it too late?
answered on Jan 26, 2017
Your share should have been held in trust. You need to look at the court records. Also check unclaimed funds. I suggest you contact a member of the Ky. Justice Association --they give free consults.
My mother passed and I'm starting a wrongful death suit I have my first meeting with lawyer next Thurs could a sibling go to another lawyer and start case before me. I have a sister who is not a good person and only looking for money where as I don't want my mother to die in vein
answered on Jan 13, 2017
Anything's possible but understand the person who files first doesn't "own" the case. Meet with the lawyer and discuss this.
Two siblings brought civil action against hospital ,due to wrongful death of mother. One sibling passes away ,is that deceased siblings wife entitled to proceeds from civil lawsuit? Settlement out of court was after sibling had been deceased for 11 months?
answered on Feb 16, 2016
Timing may make a difference. Talk to a local lawyer about the specifics ASAP.
Please Take Notice: I am not your lawyer unless we enter into an engagement agreement in writing. This is only general information. It is NOT legal advice, and it may not work for your specific situation. It is... Read more »
answered on Jan 13, 2016
Each state is different. In AZ, parents, spouses and children have potential claims. Check with a local injury lawyer for your state.
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