I tried a Sleep Right product that opens the nasal passages to aid better breathing. It is an intra-nasal product with vapor inhaler. Long story short, I used the product twice and wound up with burns on the inside of both of my nostrils that scab...
Sure, call a products liability attorney if you want. If it were me, I'd forget about it. You bought something. It warned of irritation. Are burns irritation? I don't know, but I doubt the jury's going to cry for you.See question
Claim already filed naming both myself and mom with me as her p.o.a. As plaintiffs. Breach of contract & negligence by an assisted living facility she was in
Exactly. Just because it's called a power of "attorney" doesn't mean you get the benefits of actually being an attorney.See question
My daughter was served a court summons on the night of Friday August 12th, the court date was Tuesday August 16th at 9:30 am. She is off at a university so I got served the summons for her, which I know is acceptable in this state as long as they ...
You're right. The summons was likely served improperly.See question
Many of the allegations cite documents not attached as exhibits. The only one that was attached is only a part of a page that once held other relevant information. ( a check without the information immediately above it that specifically identifie...
No it doesn't. In fact, the clerk may either not let you file the bill without filing an appearance. Also, filing the bill has the same legal effect as filing an appearance. Finally, the clerk may let you file the bill and charge you the fee for filing filing a appearance anyway.See question
My mother passed away and her will states I inherit her house (no mortgage, her only asset.) Am I responsible for taking over the association payments, taxes and other monthly bills or is that the executors responsibility until probate is over?
The executor may pay the expenses with estate funds during the probate process, but you will probably be ultimately responsible to repay the those expenses arising after the death to the executor to add replenish the estate funds.See question
How can you prove them to be fraudulent?
By subpoenaing the authentic documents from whoever may have them.See question
i am a defendant pro se in cook county chancery court i filed for cause a petition for substitution of judge instead of the judge sending the petition to a 3 rd party judge to determine she illegally determined the petition herself on its merit...
I think you really have no other realistic options other than those you've identified. But you may have the advantage of two bites at the apple, as if you win, the other side can't appeal based on that error, but if you lose, you can appeal on that error, and may get a "do over." You may want to consider seeking a writ of mandamus, but I don't reccomend it.See question
I like to know if I can take legal action against my sister that is withholding my U.S. Passport, Birth Certificate, Social Security Card and Marriage Certificate. She refuses to give them back to me and I have sent her a Demand letter requesting ...
Why even bother with a lawsuit? All those things can be replaced with less hassle, delay, risk, and expense of a lawsuit.See question
The other party is on for tomorrow to argue a motion to dismiss. A third party to the suit told me that they will be there, even though they are not a schedule to the proceedings, just to inform the judge of their protective order that is on the ...
Since you seem to know this third party Is going to be asking for the protective order, it strikes me that the third party gave notice to the other parties. Giving the appropriate written notice to the parties is sufficient to bring the matter to the court's attention, though the court need not entertain the request when first raised, and may reschedule the issue raised by the third party.See question
I am a pro se and when the judge asked what the motion was before him today I was just about to read it and the opposing attorney jumped in and said that he would be glad to explain it to the judge for me- before I could even get a word out.
Yes. The judge probably would have let you argue it, but it seems from your question like you were simply reading the text of your motion. That's not appropriate. The judge can read it himself. Arguing is more than reading the motion out loud.See question