I was in a motorcycle accident on may 3rd of this year. I went on medical leave for three months because of the therapy and the things that happened to me. I got back to work on July 11th and proceeded to find a lawyer to help get the work insuran...
I think your lawyer's answer is spot on correct. And, it he doesn't know and he knows all the details of the case that are missing in your post, then that factor can be guide to you as wellSee question
I had my vehicle repossessed and was not notified that it would be repossessed. It was repossessed in Wisconsin which is where I live now but I purchased the vehicle in Illinois where I lived at time.
It is likely that the contract you signed in Illinois drew upon Illinois law, but you should read it to verifySee question
The state of Missouri has passed Constitutional Carry as of Jan 1 2017, but there are already cities here that are saying that they will pass ordinances making it illegal to carry in their cities. Doesn't the ruling by the state negate the city or...
No, the city may pass a constitutional ordinance that varies, especially in home rule municipalities.See question
After send text picture to the co-owner of the contractor that did work that was not good one phone call to the other that I got a recording on. 4 weeks after last text and one week after contracting the better business bureau I got a letter for t...
You will have to wait and see if the order is one issued by a judge, or notSee question
I was wondering if potential employers can ask about a dismissed criminal case. If so, then what types of questions should I expect and how detailed should I be in my responses?
For all questions about your criminal past you have to be totally truthful, or otherwise the court records that are public will come back to reveal how you were misleading.See question
I currently have a non-compete clause. I am taking a new job that is technically within the same industry, but my current employer doesn't view my new employer as a direct competitor. They have agreed that I can take the position verbally many tim...
No, you will want to get the agreement IN WRITING from your former employerSee question
I am attending PN program to this school. I decided to withdraw to that schoo because the owner is not treating us fairly. As soon as the owner knew that I withdraw my classes she change my passing grade to failing grades. I emailed her about thi...
Read your contract because it likely requires your account administration to be in good order before you can matriculate.See question
they want me to pay $300 to them. does not seem fair
Under Illinois law retail merchants that have been victimized by retail theft are entitled to sue the defendant in civil court. Retailers are allowed to recover the following at trial:
(i) Actual damages equal to the full retail value of the merchandise;
(ii) An amount not less than $100 nor more than $1,000; plus
(iii) Attorney's fees and court costs.
We have been having issues with possums and such, and wanted to confirm the legalities of safely discharging a firearm on my property. We have a Yorktown Address, but are outside city limits.
You need to check your local Yorktown law enforcement. I would tend to agree that discharging a firearm in even a lightly populated area for any reason other than self defense is probably a no no, but you would need to confirm.See question
I went cash my irs check at ace.the lady ask me if I wanted to sign up for ace card which they give you $300 every time you get a check deposit. So I got it but she fail to tell me that every time I use my card they charge me $2 plus card fee plus...
What does the agreement you signed say? Without knowing what you agree to on the contract, it is not possible to know if you have a contract case upon which to sue. This is not a credit card fraud case, but instead is a case involving state laws about your contract rights and may involve local laws about the ace..See question