yes. Call the police and try to get the person charged with driving with no valid insurance. In the future they may be required to contact you to have a suspension lifted. That's probably the only way you can get your deductible paid by the at fault driver. Good luck
Does your school district have a union? If so you should contact your union representative to allow for a response from you. This is an employment law question in my opinion. Also, are you tenured? I would document your employment file you vehemently object to any negative comments in your employment file in regard to this issue. I would contact a local employment law lawyer. This is a specialty of practice and as you're from a large metropolitan area there should be several to choose...
this is a serious crime. There are many factors to consider such as who you were alleged to be receiving drugs from, the quanity of the amount sold etc. This information should not be shared on the internet. Generally there are many sentencing options available. Contact an area AVVO lawyer. You probably can receive a free consultation.
Sadly most insurance companies are excluding this coverage. They want to insure for losses that don't occur, and have riders or exclusions for injuries that do occur. In reading your post though have you inquired as to the office coverage. Most of these policies do not contain the dog bite exclusion as they don't anticipate a dog on premises. It might provde you with a solution to both you and the victim.
it means the person while driving had a blood or breath alcohol above the legal limit in the state of Florida. If you're considering a lawyer please consider calling our office as we're located in your area. I have 30 years criminal experience and my partner is S. Mathew Whyte a Board Certified Criminal Trial Lawyer.
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probably the allegation(s) are he violated his pre trial relaease by committing new law violations. These are serious charges. He needs a good competent lawyer! Clearly looking at substantial jail time.
the driver of the golf cart would be liable. If he/she has homeowners insurance you should pursue that angle. Next time you're on base see if the course requires the driver to sign a document they're ( the operator) is responsible for any damage as a result of the operation of the golf cart. Also, under Florida law a golf cart is considered a dangerous instrumentality indicating the owner is responsible for the operators negligence. I'll confess I don't know how the conflict of laws will...
Noramally all conditions of community control will have to be met or paid before the court will entertain a motion to terminate community control. Consult with a local attorney to determine your chances.