Turn your claim into your homeowners insurance company immediately who will assign counsel. If you wish to hire private counsel to represent you and your personal assets in,addition to house counsel from homeowners you may do do. might I recommend that you contact the Philadelphia bar associations lawyer referral service. You might also wish to use AVVO or google. Good luck. It sounds like a ridiculous claim.
First. As your father has no will, you are not on any title of any vehicle. Therefore unless you negiliently entrusted the vehicle to him, you shouldnt be liable for his conduct. If you accept and he puts gou on the title for ownership, you are able to be sued as the owner/insurer of the vehicle. If you let him drive knowing some how he isn't supposed to or against consent you could also be sued. Your father should have a will drafted and seek a will/estate attorney. In the meantime. If he is...
I am a media,Delaware county attorney. Don't wait for other answers or lawyers which could if not acted upon injure your rights. First off. You have two years from the date you were injured to file a civil action summons or complaint.
If the person who hit you is in jail, that does not stop you from proceeeding nor does it toll the statute of limitations. There are only four judges in the civil division who hear these types of cases. You need to know whether you were limited tort or full...
Plead not guilty. Wear a suit to court. Get a lawyer. most jistrict judges and police are reasonable and will work with you as a young persom. if the police don't have their evidence you might win completely!
Fight the citation. Follow and file all procedures to keep your license for cdl active,while you are fightingthe citation. That may mean filing an appeal from cdl dmc in court of common pleas to get a hearing and you must also file a request to keep driving which is called a supersedeas.
File a petition to have your husband's bail reduced. Get all of the facts and transcripts.get the medical records and ambulance reports.order criminal background from county on computer. Get a great lawyer.
You must,file for a,complaint for custody. This,is,seperate,and has nothing to do with the pfa. Hire a lawyer. Don't go to the pfa hearing without one. They can fight the extension or have,achesring to dismiss. They may even be willing to work with you to reach an agreement. Custody has nothing to do with the pfa after it is initially granted.