your business will be a "public accommodation" under the Americans with Disabilities Act. You need to comply with all accessibility and other applicable prvovisions. Read the primer (http://www.ada.gov/regs2010/smallbusiness/smallbusprimer2010.htm) and have an attorney and/or knowledgeable architect prepare plans. Take note of local DOB regulations.
All good answers. If this happened awhile ago, beyond the 90 days, you still may have claims against a third party. For instance, if it was a contractor or ConEd that damaged the sidewalk during some type of repair, you may have claims against them. Additionally, in some instances, you can move ("nunc pro tunc") to have a late notice of claim deemed timely. In any event, you should not wait and consult a competent attorney immediately. Best of luck and I hope you and the baby are well!
i would ask an attorney to draft a letter for you to send to your former employer. Depending on additional facts, you should be able to persuade your former employer to provide only neutral non-damaging information to future prospective employers. good luck!
In who's house did the attack occur? Did the dog eber bite anyone before? it is difficult to understand what happened here, but I can tell you and your friend need an attorney. chcking home owner insurance is a good place to start.
I am not exactly sure what you are saying here. It is clear that you are in trouble. If there is a charge pending against you, bail set and you do not show up, you may subject yourself to further prosecution for the crime of bail jumping. If no bail was set, a warrant will nonetheless be issued. If no charges have been filed against you and no warrant has been issued for your arrest, you are not necessarily committing a crime by not going down to the station to talk to the police. However,...