I agree with my colleagues in regards to your question. I would recommend that you contact a local DUI/ car accident attorney here in Los Angles to assist you in your legal situation. I suggest that you consult with Mr. Sweat. He is a great lawyer both in the Avvo community as well as the legal community within Los Angeles. If you choose to retain him, he will represent you and protect your best interests. Best of luck.
I agree with my my colleagues, Mr. Conviser and Ms. Grigate. You should call the Jail in which she/he is located and ask them who serves legal documents to their jail. Typically, a sheriff will serve the inmate. Important note however, you must obtain the inmate number. For this, you can call the jail and ask for the number, you will however need their social security number to do.
Governor Brown recently signed a bill banning conversion therapy in the state of California that will take effect January 1st of 2013. Below is a link to a CNN article with a further explanation. I would suggest that you support your child and possibly attend family therapy sessions to understand your child's needs. I hope that you found my answer helpful.
Just because you are eligible for insurance coverage under your parents' plans does not in any way legally obligate your parents to keep you under their insurance. After you turned 18 years old, your parents were no longer obligated to support you. If you need basic health insurance, I would recommend finding a job that has built in health insurance as a health benefit.
I could not agree more with my colleagues. I would strongly suggest that you consult with a locally experienced attorney to represent you and fight for your best interests. I hope you have found my response helpful.
While I am not licensed in the state of Tennessee, I would have to believe that the statute of limitations has since passed. If have further inquiries, I would suggest that you speak with a Tennessee based personal injury attorney. I hope this helps and have a nice day.
I could not agree more with my colleagues, Mr. Coluccio and Mr. Nielsen. If you would like to pursue this case further, I would highly recommend you talk with a local attorney about your potential legal actions. The details in a case like this would need to be dealt with in person to person meeting.