Unless the lease provides that the landlord can enter the property at any time, he is wrong. A lease grants you exclusive use of the property, not just the house, but the entire property and the landlord does not have the right to enter whenever he feels like. Ms. Stage is correct that you will have to hire an attorney to enforce the terms of the lease but you have that right.
You have a problem. If you turn off the power you could be sued for a penalty equal to three months rent. Why did you have the power in your name at all? Have an attorney review the lease to determine if you have the right to turn off the power. In the future include a provision in the lease that addresses the utilities transfer.
How quickly your motorcycle is repaired depends on how long the insurer takes to complete their investigation. If they think you were at fault they will not pay for the repairs. Your medical bills are also an issue to be addressed. There are many personal injury attorneys that will want your case, choose one that will agree to address your motorcycle damage claim for no additional charge. Be sure to have them include that info in your retainer agreement.
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You need a personal injury attorney that is familiar with pharmacy errors. Unlike medical malpractice, pharmacy malpractice does not require medical pre-screening. You can immediately sue the pharmacy.