I agree with the previous posts. It would depend on a review of the medical records and the exact injuries and damages that occurred. I would suggest you contact a lawyer for a case review. Feel free to contact my firm at 312.362.0000.
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In most cases a person cannot sue another for a cash gift. If there were stipulations attached to the gift, especially in writing, this can cause complications. The amount of the transfer will also be important in the eyes of the court. You should contact a lawyer to further explain the issues regrading your mother inlaw's potential case.
There are several types of harassment claims. It would be helpful to determine if the harassment was just verbal, or if any other types of harassment occured. Other issues include whether or not your employer created an unsafe working environment, and also the extent of your medical needs. Feel free to contact our firm for a consultation regarding your potential case and legal issues at 312-362-0000.
As with most types of cases, there are time limitations for you to file any type of claim. Limitations exist on claims involving both property damage and personal injury. Furthermore, the strength of your claim depends on the evidence available including whether the driver received a citation for driving without a license and insurance, and what is on record in the police report. If you have further questions or would like a consultation regarding your case, contact my firm at 312-362-0000.
More information would be needed to determine whether or not legal action should be taken. Reviewing the lease, would be the first step. Furthermore, determining whether or not the landlord was aware of, or had been notified of the possibility of the mold growing here. Medical damages would also depend on changes in quality of life, and actual medical expenses. You should contact an attorney regarding this to review your case. Feel free to contact my firm at 312.362.0000.
There are legal aid groups located in Chicago that may be able to help you with your case. Documentation will help any petition to the courts, along with the testimony of your son. Furthermore documentation regarding expenses you provided for your son, along with taking a careful look at the time line of events may prove helpful in handling your case. Should your situation change and you decide to retain the services of a lawyer, feel free to contact my firm.
I agree with the previous poster, I would also secure any additional documentation regarding the hoist, and your car, including but not limited to, an estimate or receipt regarding the work being done on your car, names of individuals who work at the repair shop, any photographic evidence, pre-accident pictures to verify the value of the car. It is important to move forward through the proceedings and follow up at all times.
Although many use a standard lease, leases often include various provisions. Often these provisions include duration and amount of damage sustained due to the conditions of the property. Furthermore, leases often address how the damage occurred, whether by the tenant, normal wear and tear, natural disaster, etc. Lastly, it seems that your landlord is making an effort to stop the leaks, so it would depend on what the landlord was doing, and how long it takes for action to occur. For further...
With any trustee who does not follow the trust agreement, there is the potential for legal recourse. Depending on how the trust is set up, and what provisions are included. A trustee can be held responsible for actions, especially those that are harmful to the trust. Feel free to contact our office to review the trust documents, and possible legal actions, at 312-362-0000.