I went in to a restaurant to pick up food for take out. My girlfriend was sitting in the car when she heard a loud noise and the car shook. She got out to look and saw that a kid flung his car door into my brand new car (not even a week old). He r...
Sure you can, but it might make more sense just to report it to your own insurance company to take care of it. To sue him, you would need to find out his address to hold him responsible. Additionally, your claim is really against the child, not the parent. Parents are not automatically responsible for the actions of their children. It might not be financially worthwhile to file suit.See question
My fiancé had been separated from his wife for over a year when he and I began to form a relationship. He recently got divorced, but he didn't carefully read the papers she had filled out. In their separation agreement (which also spilled over int...
It doesn't sound like it, based on your summary of the wording in the divorce documents. Was he represented by an attorney? If so he should ask this question to his attorney. If he doesn't have an attorney, he may want to get one.See question
6 months ago a power ball winner of 125 mil. said she was going to give me 1.5 mil. dollars to help buy land for the ministry. She said accountant would call to get info and wired money to ministry account. Accountant called to verify what was sai...
I think you are going to have a really hard time enforcing this. You would need to prove that there was an enforceable contract between you and the lottery winner. This would include a requirement that you gave some consideration for the promised gift. Additionally, damages for emotional distress are not recoverable in breach of contract case.See question
Im in North Carolina and my fiance wants to add her name to the house she will eventually own that right now is in her parents name. We are about to get married and move into the house. Is there any taxes for adding a name to a house deed or titl...
Being listed on the homeowners insurance does not affect ownership of the house. If she is being conveyed an interest in the house for no taxable consideration, the only cost should be $26 to record the deed (and perhaps a legal fee to have the deed prepared).See question
When I was in a automobile accident on the 15 of jan. Have not been able to work since&medical bills. What to do?Zeanie Davis. 336 577 5820
You need to continue with medical treatment and follow your doctor's recommendations for treatment. You should also hire an attorney to help you investigate possible claims for recovery (if the accident was someone else's fault). Good luck.See question
Life insurance company is requesting medical records for relatives life insurance policy that I am the owner and beneficiary of, but the facility will not release the information to them without the following: a. authorization signed by the exec...
You have an authorization and affidavit signed by who? An authorization signed by the deceased prior to death may not be valid. You may need to open an estate and have someone appointed as personal representative to request the medical records. The Clerk of Court is often willing to help pro se parties through this process, or you can speak with an attorney who handles estate administration.See question
I bought a rental property in Fayetteville, N.C. on Oct 2016. I found a property manager and signed a 1 year agreement in Nov 2016. My house is still vacant and my cousin wants to rent the house so I no longer need the property manager.
It depends on what your agreement with the property manager says.See question
I was on a car accident I need a lawyer so I can get what is owed to me
Lawyers can't contact you, you have to contact them first. Use the find a lawyer to Labove. Good luck.See question
Walmart filled prescription incorrectly, blood pressure medicine. Blood pressure fell so low emergency medical intervention needed. Now have hospital bills additional doctor bills and weeks of continued monitoring to correct the damage done.
Consult with a local personal injury attorney. Walmart will not take you seriously if you are unrepresented.See question
Last week, I slipped & fell on the ice in front of my apt. complex. I let the injury go a few days then went to the hospital as the pain was becoming unbearable, turns out I suffered a nasal fracture. I called & told my landlord & said I needed he...
Have an attorney write her a letter to get the information. Beware that slip and fall ice cases are very, very difficult in NC given our contributory negligence law.See question