First off, you should obtain an attorney that specializes in Social Security disability claims as soon as possible. Have you filed you application yet? There are many factors the Social Security admin will look at as in your age, education, past job experience, and limitations.
Next, there are Social Security Medical Listing of Impairments. If you meet these impairments, you would be entitled to benefits. An important thing to note is that just because your condition has the same name...
I am not well versed in Family law, but it would appear that Florida Statute 61.30 has your answer. See: http://www.flsenate.gov/Laws/Statutes/2010/61.30
It says ;
(3) Net income is obtained by subtracting allowable deductions from gross income. Allowable deductions shall include:
(a) Federal, state, and local income tax deductions, adjusted for actual filing status and allowable dependents and income tax liabilities.
(b) Federal insurance contributions or self-employment tax.
Submit the information to your insurance company and they will fight the claim for you. Also try to figure out where you were the day in question. You can hire an attorney to dispute the citation as well.
They could question you and your response should be "I need to speak to my attorney." They can not hold you forever if you choose to exercise your right to remain silent. Ask them if you are free to go.
They could arrest you if they have some type of probably cause to arrest you. If arrested and questioned, you should also ask to speak to an attorney.
You have a few options. The best option would be to submit the damage to your insurance company and allow them to attempt to recover the damages from the mobile mechanics insurance company. You are not at fault, but your deductible would apply.
Otherwise, you could file a complaint against the mobile mechanic and the driver of the auto. This will make the mobile mechanic get his insurance company involved because he won't want to pay out of pocket for the damages.
If you would like to...
He should talk to his public defender or hire an attorney ASAP. The crime of Petit Theft, sometimes referred to as Petty Theft, involves the unlawful taking of property worth less than $300.
To prove the crime of Petit Theft, the State must prove that you took property from another person with the intent to:
Deprive the person of a right to the property or benefit of the property; or
Appropriate the property for personal use or for the use of another person not entitled to the use of...
A trademark is a word, phrase, symbol or design, or a combination of words, phrases, symbols or designs, that identifies and distinguishes the source of the goods of one party from those of others.
Copyright is a form of protection provided by the laws of the United States
(title 17, U.â€ŠS.â€‰Code) to the authors of “original works of authorship,” including
literary, dramatic, musical, artistic, and certain other intellectual works.
If it is a logo for a business, most people choose...
There is no specific time limit because there is no obligation for the plaintiff to respond. The moving party has the burden of demonstrating that the motion should prevail at a hearing before the court, UNLESS other pleadings filed in the case elminate the issue. Therefore, the next step would be a hearing on the Motion.
A motion to dismiss tests the sufficiency of the pleadings or the court's authority over the parties or subject matter. In ruling on a motion to dismiss the court may not...
As a taxpayer, you ultimately are responsible for the information reported on your return. If an error is made, you will have to pay any taxes that are due. Some preparers may pay associated penalties and interest.
Some national chains, including H&R Block, Jackson Hewitt Tax Service and TurboTax, will pay penalties and interest and provide audit support in certain circumstances.
Preparers who are attorneys and CPAs are regulated by state licensing boards and professional associations....
If you are filing a lawsuit, you would file one against the other driver, not the insurance company. To have jurisdiction over that person, you would file where the accident took place.
So yes, it does matter. You will need a Florida licensed attorney.