It appears to me that the owner of the white car is responsible. You need to send him and his insurance company a letter setting forth what happened. Submit a damage estimate for the repairs. Make sure you take plenty of pictures of both vehicle's damage. Make sure you get the names of the witnesses at the shop who saw the damage to both vehicles and will verify that they did not cause the damage to your vehicle. If his insurance company refuses to honor your claim, you can sue and his...
In Pennsylvania, you will be required to obtain the services of a veterinarian who is willing to say that the injuries caused to your dog were due to the conduct of the groomers. Provided you are able to obtain such an expert's report, you can file a lawsuit to seek monetary damages. However, be aware that dogs do not have the same legal causes of action as people. You will only be able to sue for expenses you incurred to medically treat your dog. As such, you cannot sue for pain and...
Usually the fastest way to obtain a copy of the police report is to go directly to the station. Bring a check or money order. In Pennsylvania, the customary charge to obtain a copy of a police report ranges from $5 - $15 dollars.
Your husband, as an owner of the property, has a right to invite people to the property. If the woman is indeed a girlfriend, perhaps you should be focusing on filing for divorce and terminating your marriage. In the divorce, you should seek exclusive ownership of the property. If successful, you can prevent your ex-husband and his girlfriend from coming onto the premises.
Although the person who is illegally parked should receive a citation for parking improperly, the person who struck the car still has a duty to maintain control of his/her vehicle. As such, the striking driver will, in all likelihood, be responsible for the damages caused to the struck vehicle.
You can sue the woman that caused the accident. Of course, if the defendant does not have any assets, you may be left with an uncollectible judgment. However, if she attempted to obtain a mortgage or loan in the future, your judgment would probably prevent her from obtaining credit. This might influence her to pay you back for your damages.
It will be difficult for you to prove that the restaurant people authorized you to park in their lot without the name of the individual who actually told you it was permissible to park there. You will have to try and find out who the employee was who authorized you and see if they will agree to put it in writing. Of course, this will be a difficult task because they are employed at the restaurant and such a statement would be contrary to the owner's insterests.
Obviously, it is illegal to steal narcotic drugs from an elderly home. That home should have a record of any missing drugs in the infirmary. You should probably have a lawyer to defend you in the harassment case. Good luck.