We are contractor. A Landlord hired us to repair patio cover water leaked on the first floor for a commercial/residential building. It accidentally caused part of the building on fire. The smoke from the fire spread to the commercial tenant be...
So what are you asking exactly?????????See question
... must be given a copy, and that no action may be filed in superior court unless the BOARD is given a copy prior...What if no copy was given to the BOARD (but the foot clinic was served with the 90 NOI) and the suit is filed in Superior Court? W...
There is no consequence, nada, zilch, zero.See question
I was in an accident January of 2014 and it turned out my insurance had been canceled by my now ex husband. The accident happened when the other party did a "California Roll" through a red light. Her passenger took off and the only witness is my 1...
You can stop the letters and their 'collection' activity by:
1. Filing for a bankruptcy, if you're broke, or
2. Suing the other party, or
3. Asking them for a payment plan if you want to pay but can't pay it at once.
... retain a Medical/Doctor's Expert opinion BEFORE the attorney takes a Med Mal case? ..I know a Medical/Doctor's Expert opinion is required for testimony during a Med Mal case litigation, but is the Medical expert opinion required before filing ...
There is no such legal requirement in California. Having said that, bearing litigation costs is client's responsibility. So yes, most lawyers will ask you to pay the costs or deposit funds in advance to cover the costs.See question
My chiropractor bill is $470 but I was told to ask for more.
First, if you are under 18 years if age you cannot settle the case as you lack legal capacity.
Second, if you are under 18 years of age, I recommend you go to a lawyer with your parent(s) and have your case properly evaluated before you settle.
Third, if you are over 18, refer to number two above. However, going with parents while smart, is optional.See question
Signed liens and notices of liens are in place. Treatment finished in some cases a year ago. I've been checking in every 6 weeks or so and get nothing more informative than the assistant's "we're working on it" brush-off. Is there a good "scrip...
The statue of limitations for an adult in California, is two years to file a lawsuit for personal injury case, against a non-governmental entity. Once the lawsuit is filed it takes about two years to have a trial.
Following up every 6 months would be more reasonable time frame. If i were getting follow up calls every 6 weeks I'll never refer another PI case to that doctor. I hope this helps.See question
After a stay in a psychiatric hospital I was sent to a boarding home where I was sexually assaulted, now I was held at the hospital until housing was secured by the hospital's staff ?
First, call the police and report the incident. Second, call your nearest lawyer who will give you a consultation.See question
I had lipo done last summer. I ended up contracting Strep A, and was hospitalized for 3 months. Had 9 surgeries. Almost died. I have a lawyer on the case, but he won't give me any idea what he is going to ask for as far as money is concerned! Is t...
This question should be asked on psychic's forum. :)
In California, a victim of malpractice cannot get more than $250K in pain and suffering. Special damages are at cost. If you can show loss of earnings or earnings capacity, that is also factored into your damages.
good luck,See question
MY father was in auto accident & hospitalized. He transfered to a nursing home. The nursing home says I cannot see my father because my stepmother(whom hasn't liked me since I was a kid) has taken me off the approved visitor list. Do I have the ...
If your father is competent he can simply overrule her. If he is not, you may have to get the court involved.See question
A friend lives in a home very close to the border of Los Angeles and Orange Counties in Southern California. His sister and brother in law were visiting from the Phillipines. The brother in law had a sudden and unforeseen heart attack, and the f...
There is a qualified immunity that is afforded to the first responders, which can be overcome if there is intentional act or gross negligence. H&S 1799.107See question