Trying to find out what these are.
These are performance bonds required for general contractors. You'll find an in-depth article in the Mercer Law Review at : http://www2.law.mercer.edu/lawreview/getfile.cfm?file=60205.pdf .
I got in a bad accident, not my fault, car was completely totaled, and the other driver was given a citation for not paying attention. Her insurance sends a letter saying they are still investigating and not accepting liability yet. This is almost...
"While" or "When" ? If you had insurance WHEN this happened that policy will still cover the incident even if later cancelled. If you were properly notified of the cancellation by the insurance company before the collision , then you are not covered.
It is not clear which is the case from your statement.
I have a will properly executed from the state of Pennsylvania dated 1998. I have relocated to the state of Georgia. Is my will still valid?
A Georgia Will must have two disinterested witnesses for your signature. Locating them could be a problem if there is not a self-proving affidavit which complies with Georgia laws. If there is no such affidavit then those witnesses will have to be located upon your demise and presenting the Will to court.
You may be fine with the Will you have. Especially if there are no other changes to be made to the substance of the bequests. In any event, a quick review should be undertaken every five years just to prevent any misunderstanding of your testamentary intentions.
Not exactly sure how this site works, but my wife needs and Attorney ASAP. She was injured at work, and hurt her back. She ended up having surgery done. She was feeling somewhat a little better, until she got hurt AGAIN during an evaluation test t...
Yes, it's part of the Workers Compensation claim.
She also may have a new claim for personal injuries depending upon the particular fatcs and causes of the injuries to her arm. this is referred to as a third party claim and may also include damages beyond those allowed in Workers Compensation. W/C does not include damages for pain and suffering a third party claim may.
Yes, she needs a lawyer.
My husband is an Australian immigrant. He came here on a visitors visa, and we ended up marrying in Sep 2015. We don't have the money for a green card application so we haven't applied. I was the only one working, and I couldn't afford car insuran...
You may want to check with the Legal Aid office over in Marietta, 30 S Park Square NE, Marietta, GA 30060
:(770) 528-2565, if they can't help you they may be able to direct you to further help. Your local priest or minister may also have some suggestions. The Center For Family Resources - Marietta, GA, 30060
: 770-428-2601 also provides services for folks down on their luck.
i live in Tucson Arizona. i am pretty much done with doctors. i am getting $1612 per month for LEC .i see the doctors every 6-12 months to keep my medical open . i want to ask them about settling but worry they will try and low ball me thinking i ...
There are teams of professionals working the other side of your case. You need to consult an attorney that practices in Arizona and is knowledgeable in workers compensation law there in Arizona. Workers Compensation is a state by state law system and valuations of case settlements can vary greatly.
I am sure that discussing it with a local attorney would not cost you anything but your time. Why risk making a terrible and permanent error.
I received a tattoo from a shop in Athens, GA. It appeared, looking back at the experience, that the artist may have been under the influence of something. That resulted in a tattoo that I am not happy with and I’m having to have it re-worked/cove...
Tattooing is an art form (some say) and you must choose carefully the artist whom you commission to work on your canvas/skin.
Did you have a drawing from which the rendering was to be made ?
After care is also very important for all sub-cutaneous adventures.
Unless your physician is willing to testify that the tattoo was unsanitary and caused the infection, you have little evidence upon which to base your claim.
Aside from the MAGISTRATE COURT/ small claims under $15,000.00, you could contact the Athend/Clarke County health department complaining of unsanitary conditions at the tattoo studio.
I called uber for a ride home from a bar. Uber pulls up and decides to not give us a ride and orders me out of the car. He begins to get hostile with me while getting out and pulls a gun on me. Police say it's a civil matter because they are uns...
I recommend you read over the terms of service you agreed to for your Uber account. They likely have a right to refuse service under certain circumstances. Drunk, disorderly, abusive, doing drugs, not that you were involved in any of these things, but "beauty is in the eye of the beholder."
Your conduct in the circumstances will be key to any claim you may have. You are going to ask 12 strangers on a jury to believe that an Uber driver, trying to make a buck, arrived and after getting in the vehicle, refused to transport you, asked you to get out of the vehicle , and then you apparently did not comply and were then assaulted by having a firearm pointed at you. Wisely you retreated from your position in the back seat.
I do not think you will find counsel willing to take this case on a contingent fee basis. Are you willing to pay a lawyer a hefty retainer to undertake this matter ?
I am 16, and I'm living in ohio. I recently got my GED, and because of that my parents are allowing me to be emancipated, but I've currently discovered that in Ohio you cannot petition to be emancipated early. I was going to move to New Jersey wit...
The other answer is correct as for Ohio and many other states. The issue may be whether or not you and your parents agree that you are going to be living on your own. You have a right to support and they have a duty to support you. You may or may not choose to enforce that duty. Suppose you just keep on acting as if you are emancipated and they in turn act likewise. Unless you screw it up, the state will not be looking into the situation. However, the likelihood of a screw up is very high for a 16 year old, that is why the law seeks to protect YOU from your own bad choices at that age. When you hit 18, you'll still be able to make bad choices, but your parents will not, generally, be held responsible for them. It's a safety net for your own benefit.See question
I got t-boned by a driver that ran red light,I have settled with insurance company. My issue is due to this drivers fault I lost a job that was to start next day of accident, I had title pawn on my truck so the money I received for value was used ...
When you settled you settled with the person that hit you , but through their insurance company. That's how insurance works. Read over that Release document and you will find that you have released the other driver from ALL claims arising out of the incident.. All of those matters you listed should have been covered in the claim you made with the other driver's insurance company. They protect him.her NOT you.See question