Insurance carriers have some discretion with respect to repairs they will and will not cover and what is necessary to put the vehicle back into the position it was before the collision. If they believe that the panel work is not damaged nor reasonably related to the collision, they can choose not to cover that cost. Your remedy, in that situation, would be to file a lawsuit for coverage or first party benefits or explore redress with the insurance commissioner’s office. To challenge their...
I agree with attorney Sinatra, if you have an attorney, these questions should be directed to him or her. In general, your custody rights will begin with the order. If circumstances have changed that would affect the best interests of the child, you can seek modification of that order. You also have a number of opportunities to seek reconsideration or appeal of any order.
On Pennsylvania, a lawsuit can be commenced by either a complaint or a writ of summons. You should contact your insurance carrier immediately and inform them that you have been sued. Your carrier will hire you an attorney. Of you don't have insurance you should promptly see an attorney. If the suit was in the court of common pleas you will need to be proactive and participate before the hearing or a default judgment can be entered against you. Feelvfree to contact our offices for a free consultayion
She, herself, can rescind the contract within three days if it was signed in her home. Further, if she is has a disorder that leaves her incapable of understanding the nature of the contract, then it can be rescinded for lack of competency/capacity. If ythe disorder is undiagnosed, it can still be rescinded but you will need to establish evidence that , at the time she signed the contract, she was not capable of making an informed decision. If someone else had a power of attorney, the contract...
If it was expunged, it is no longer part of your criminal record. Keep in mind, that a number of state agencies maintain records, be sure that your expungement properly notified all interested agencies. The fact that evidence of the former charges appear on the internet is likely not capable of being controlled. Although some prospective employers surf the internet and social media sites, the majority rely upon established criminal record searches, not google. If your record appear on one of...
I am uncertain if this is a rhetorical question expressing frustration with the system or if you are indeed questioning the right of a government to prosecute a crime. If you have a specific question about your particular case (e.g. the facts or the evidence involved) you should speak with your attorney or an appellate attorney and go over your concerns in detail.
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I agree that you should direct these questions to your attorney. Keep in mind, the turnaround time from settlement to check clearance could be as high as sixty days, that's assuming there are no disputes with the release language.
I entirely agree with my colleague from Media. Unlike other states, Pennsylvania frowns upon expungements, pardons and record sealings because the Commonwealth perceives criminal proceedings to be matters of public record
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