My children's pediatrician recently closed their office, and after they closed we received a bill for services rendered in 2013 totaling $210. In each of the 2 instances, it was shown that we paid the required co-pay, however, the physician's offi...
It sounds like the bill you are asking about was supposed to be paid by health insurance, but it is very unclear if that is so as it also could have been for an injury assoicated ith a car accident. Depending on what type of insurance you are speaking about, the doctor may have had obligations to only bill the insurance company so long as you notified him when his service was given the name, contact information, and policy number for your insurance .See question
I attended a higher education institution with a major in nursing, I was advised by my advisor to also declare a major in psychology since I would be there an extra year. I declared a psych major, completed all the course, I graduated in 2014 with...
As stated, you should make an appointment with the school's Dean to find out if there is a way to develop a plan to reach the goal you wish. Before you meet, review the school's catalogue for the requirements for the degree(s) you thoght you earned. In the alternative, some schools have special majors approved by the school's Board. Regardless, no court would find against the school where you did get educational instruction for your money.See question
My son and a few friends and a volunteer Coach for the school in question had access to the school. On the night in question they decided to get on the dean cart(which my son was driving) and the school deputy cart(the volunteer Coach was driving)...
If your son was hurt, then you should seek the help of a personal injury attorney familiar with education issues and the workings of schools.
It is not clear what kinds of carts to which you are refering. Are they carts that travel on the highway or just on school grounds?
Nevertheless, if you have homeowners insurance and/or car insurance, you should report the claim to them. One of them may cover the alleged loss caused by your son and, if so, they will step in to defend him and hire an attorney if necessary.See question
My child was assaulted two days in a row once by two students in the same school ( his ex-girlfriend and new boy friend ) and then the next day the new boyfriend. He was hit and stomped on the head. Can I file a restraining order on these two stud...
Fitst, make sure the local State Attorney for the criminal action knows of the school ineraction and ask that such conditions to stay away from your child be a conditon of any plea deal or sentence.
Second, file a bullyig complaint with the school's Principal and let him know fo the cintinuing harassment in school. That wil precipitate school disciplinary penalties.
Third, if the other students have behavioral difficulties because of a disability, then the problem may also be aggravated by failure of the school to give them appropriate services. Your complaint will ultimately help them get that support. If your child has an IEP, then the District has an obligation to protect him from such harassment beyond the normal anti-bullying policy. Raise that issue with the School District's Special Education Director.
If you don't get satisfaction in school, then seek the help of an eduation attorney.See question
I purchased a computer after my husband passed away 6 years ago. It was set-up with a network, e.g., work or school. I did not like that, so recently I purchased another computer and asked that it not have a network on it. It does. It is like...
As Mr. Popovich suggests, the problem is that - like so many of us - we don't know enough how computers work to know what should be and what should not be on it. Either go back to where you purchased the computer or somewhere like Bestbuy's "Geek Squad" and ask for them to explain to you what you need to know and what services you can purchase to automatically keep the computer protected and up to date.See question
I am the custodial parent and share joint legal custody with my ex-husband. My children both attend public school in the district where I live. My ex-husband lives 45 minutes away. My eldest son, who just started high school, has recently chosen...
I wold agree with Ms. Warshaw that if your husband persists in "going behind yor back" as to changes in your son's educaitoal placement tht will change the custody and support agreements, you will have to involve the Court. On the other hand, if he is discussing educational options with you including a private school, don't think any Court would see such discussion as "interference", just his input on an issue for which you both have joint decision making responsibility. Depending on that discussion, it may be beneficial for your son. However, as stated by Ms. Warshaw, if you won't agree, then the Agreement would have to be changed by a Court (not likley based on the facts you expounded) before any change that would be contrary to that Agreement.See question
Would I be able to drop out at 17 years of age from high school if I have my guardians approval?
Where virtually all employers require either a high school diploma or a GED before they will consider you for a job, why would you want to do that? If you qualify, many NJ high schools allow "dual credit" with thte local Community College which allows you to get credit toward a college degree and your H.S. diploma at the same time.
If you still are persistent to "drop out", then NJ mandates compulsory education until age 16.See question
There is a photographer that attends youth wrestling events. Minors under the age of 13. She will take photos and post pictures on multiple public forums. Facebook pages - professional and person, and personal photography site where photos can b...
The answer is realy along the lines of: "It depends". Generally, a photographer may not use the picture of a private individual for commercial gain without permission from the subject of the photo. There are a lot of exceptions to that rule, but probably the most relevant is that when you signed the permission/sign-up form for "little Johnny" to play, there was a provision that a photographer may take photos of the events to be used for publicity for the program ... etc. If there was no such provision (sometimes small neighborhood organizations run by volunteer parents don't know about such issues), and you don't want your child's photos on the web, then just send them a letter to remove the photos and they usually will do so.See question
I'm doing a school debate and I'm supposed to find legal reasons why the ft lauderdale shooter should not have had the weapon in the first place. I could really use some help.
You might start by checking the Florida criminal statutes, e.g. http://www.leg.state.fl.us/statutes/index.cfm?App_mode=Display_Statute&URL=0700-0799/0790/0790ContentsIndex.html&StatuteYear=2016&Title=-%3E2016-%3EChapter%20790.See question
I am planning to move out of my mother when im 18. And she has been saying since I'm still in high school, she can call the cops. We have been involved in CYS before and they said i can. I live in pennsylvania. And I plan on moving out with my aun...
My answer hasn't changed since the last time you asked it.See question