Borrowed a trailer from my neighbor to pull behind my pickup truck. Needed to haul my car home from Indiana to my home in Iowa. It died on the way home from visiting family whole reason for my nightmare. I got stopped in Illinois on my way back be...
MUST get a traffic lawyer. Anything involving a CDL or CDL violation is serious and not a DIY project.See question
I wrote a bounced check to the Secretary of State, so they put a stop on my license. I was pulled over and given a ticket for 6-101 No Valid Driver's License. I went to the DMV the next day and paid what I owed and they told me that everything was...
Hard to predict. It is possible that if you bring in your proof of payment with a good check, the prosecutor will withdraw the charges. However, it is also possible they do not. Remember, just because you made the check good does not mean that you are not guilty of presenting a bad check. You can show up the first time with proof of payment and see what happens.See question
I am a semi truck mechanic and one night while I was working I pulled a trailer out of its spot and hit the trailer next to it I told my job about it and they didn't say much! But now I'm hearing from others that they are gonna press charges again...
Only the authorities like police or prosecutors press criminal charges.
Youjob has insurance. The damages will be paid by insurance. Now perhaps they will count this against you asa demerit, but I would not worry about it.See question
Two tickets no price must appear
You show up for court to begin with.
These are not moving violations, you probably can go without a lawyer. Pay the fines.See question
I was acrossd the street and he came with a few guys and fractured my spine rib and Had traumatic head injury. I've been of work for some time note
Very difficult to sue the bar, as arguably the bouncer was on his own time.
I would do two things: 1. Make a police report--this is criminal battery. 2. Contact a lawyer who handles personal injury to investigate your options.See question
My daughter was in a car accident unfortunately she was at fault she had no insurance at the time, the collection agency for the insurance company is demanding an amount that she can't pay for monthly payment. What are her options?
Her license will be suspended if she doesn't pay.
Her options are to try an installment payment plan (assuming the insurance company will accept it) or to file bankruptcy. Driving without insurance is both illegal and cans can result in much more expense and aggravation than paying for insurance in the first place. At least no one was hurt.
I wish there were better options, but there aren't.See question
I went to a homeless shelter to flea a domestic violence situation and was told by the director it was a safe place. I was drugged by another resident. Then told i had to leave for the nite. I was in no shape to go anywhere. Thw resident who drugg...
Terrible situation. Sorry you had that happen. Talk to a civil rights lawyer. It may be difficult to find any way to go after the shelter unless you can prove they had prior notice of these people doing this type of thing before. A criminal act by someone is not really something the shelter can always prevent.See question
I was in a car accident and the other guy insurance company filed judgement against me even though I have cooperated with the insurance company from the start. I proved that I was entitled to compensation. Their attorneys have told me that my info...
You want damages for personal injury? You'd be entitled to whatever you can prove--pain and suffering, medical bills, lost wages, loss of a normal life, and any others that apply. Start looking at the Illinois Pattern Jury Instructions and IICLE books on damages to start.See question
my cats r @ a kennel in Island lake Illinois till my divorce is finalized. 1 cat has medical issues not being tended to. the owner 1st said i could make pmts.(upon realizing i was in a serious accident less than 30days ago) but changed her mind 2 ...
What does their written policy say with regard to this?See question
In a DUI case, this is from the sentencing on 4/11/17: "Defendant is ordered to serve a period of incarceration of 60 days in the xxxxx County Correctional Center. Cause continued for status of compliance with electronic home detention in xxxxx Co...
I think it means the home monitoring is complied with and no longer in force, but that's just a guess. You'd have to read the actual order entered to really know what is going on.See question