I went into to visit my PCP for some stomach pains I have been having. After a short physical examination, my PCP and I went over the medications I was taking and in possession on. My PCP then prescribed me medication and stated there are very lit...
You report no significant damages from your taking the two medications simultaneously. Significant damages are the only thing that makes a medical malpractice claim economically feasible, as such claims are very expensive to litigate.
The purpose of the law is to make injured persons whole. Where there is no injury, there is no purpose served by bringing a case.See question
I work for a salon and they just told us that we can only get our nails done at their locations. If we don't comply, they will terminate us.
Assuming that Pennsylvania follows the general rule of at will employment, which is that an employer may terminate its employee for any reason or no reason at all, unlawful discrimination/retaliation excepted, I see no reason why employer may not terminate employee for having her nails done elsewhere. It appears that employees' nails are being used to promote employer's nail salon, and that it is a nonnegotiable condition of employment.
Unfair, sure. But unfair is one thing, and unlawful is another.
Not legal advice is I don't practice law in Pennsylvania. It's just my two cents on the facts you describe in light of some general principles of law. If you need legal advice, please consult a lawyer who holds Pennsylvania licensure. I practice in Vermont ONLY.See question
I've been married for 4 years. My wife bought a condo in Vermont 10 years ago. When we got married we signed a post nuptial agreement where we agreed that all of our real estate (we each brought several properties to the marriage) shall be owned j...
Generally speaking, deeds recorded in the land records at the Town Clerk's office give notice to the public about ownership of land. Someone who is named in a deed filed in the Town Clerk's office is an "owner of record." But there are circumstances where a deed is given but not filed, and these deeds may be effective to transfer title, although there are also circumstances where they may not be effective to transfer title because someone else also has a deed naming him or her, and that deed has been recorded in the land records. Ownership of property may also occur by operation of law, as where an owner dies, and title to the property is owned first by the decedent's estate, and then by the decedent's heirs.
Without knowing exactly what the Declaration of Condominium--the Master Deed--says, no one can give you individualized legal advice. Take your deed, the bylaws, and the recorded Declaration currently in force to a lawyer who can read these documents, discuss the applicable law, and offer you individualized legal advice. Surely there is a technical argument to be made that for purposes of the Owner's Association you are not an owner of record, and the strength of that argument needs to be evaluated in your specific factual setting.
Good luck.See question
2 court ordered judgements against a self employed contractor. I live in Myrtle Beach South Carolina.
You must identify likely candidates and contact them privately. They cannot contact you first.See question
A group of us would like to create a video game that involves you running away from Shia Labeouf. The player models we are using are open source, and we have photoshopped Shia Labeouf's face onto them. The likeness not great, and you never get a c...
Shia Leboeuf has a right called the "right of publicity" which allows a person to control the commercial use of his identity. Utilizing his name and likeness in the game you describe without his permission would surely violate his right of publicity.See question
I was addicted to pain meds, I was on a medicine called Suboxone which helps you stay away from pain meds. I was in a accident, small fender bender, I then was kept on Suboxone and put on my drug of choice oxycodone for 4 years, I would go see...
Physicians are in a no-win situation vis-à-vis opioids for relief of pain. If they prescribe them, the patients dance with the risk of addiction. If they fail to prescribe them, they incur the patients' wrath for failing to relieve pain. Advice seekers call me, furious because their doctors cut them off from opioids, or dropped them for drug seeking, wanting to sue the doctor. Others are furious or want to sue because the doctor isn't adequately addressing their pain. It's a tough line to walk. Remember that even if there was malpractice which proximately caused you harm, a jury still has to buy your story, and even then will reduce the damages they award by the percentage of comparative responsibility that you yourself bear for your predicament.See question
House inherited by 2. Both ready to sale and presently have 2 potentially eager buyers. Sale pending bbecause one won't sign sales cotract without representation because wants to fairly settle contents/vehicles before closure and justly has reason...
The way to find appropriate counsel is by identifying likely candidates using the find-a-lawyer tab, or by contacting your state or local bar associatiin's lawyer referral service, and contacting lawyers privately. Lawyers cannot initiate contact with you, for ethical reasons; you must contact them first. Consider asking Avvo to take down your post.See question
Have only been able to work part time for years. My knees are getting to the point where I don't think I can work much longer every thing the medication etc is not helping much. I was told I had to be out of work for one year before I could apply ...
The links below will provide answers to general questions about eligibility for SSDI and working while on SSDI. Hope this helps!See question