I worked for a company called travel agency.i was arrested and fired for theft on Jan13 2017. I never stole anything, i was never shown the video of the allege theft.i was denied unemployment, my right to a speedy trial was violated, seeing as i w...
With few exceptions, you can be fired for no reason at any time. I suggest you consult an employment lawyer to see if this may be impermissible.See question
I was given citations for not having insurance (which i didn't have), not having my drivers license(which was at home on my dresser), and failure to yield ( even though witnesses told me they saw the whole thing and it was not my fault). I have sr...
Not having insurance means you're on the hook for damages.
Bring your license and SR-22 to court and you'll receive a lower fine.
Better idea is get a lawyer to attend court with you.See question
I have made publication and at the stage of getting default judgement . But was refused for lack of due deligent search.
Sounds like a 103 issue. Consult a lawyer.See question
My brother drowned while on vacation with his family in Arkansas 5 years ago. His body was never recovered, but from all reports from those there with him, and the police reports of divers, search teams, etc. he's gone. I am trying to get a death...
One way is to file a probate case. Contact an Arkansas attorney.See question
First Amendment - Free Exercise of Religion and Medicine For example, if someone is vegetarian due to his religion and can not ingest anything artificial and non-vegetarian animal ingredients. Two quick questions (1) Can you as parent declin...
There are cases all over the place dealing with parents making decisions on medical care for children. It is usually if something would cause harm or certain death that the courts do not allow such decisions, but I don't know the specifics of your situation.
If you are concerned, you can ask a lawyer who practices in the area of either civil rights or medical ethics.See question
My pick-up truck was legally parked in their lot while I was in the store shopping when an eyewitness informed me a the store register that two of Menards improperly stored carts blew from their storage corral causing two dents in the rear bumper ...
You may not like the answer, but this is an "excuse" called "act of God."
Insurance company is arguing that a giant wind caused the carts to move, rather than their employees failing to properly store the carts.
Best option is to put a claim in through your carrier, who will subrogate after Menards and get you your deductible back.
Otherwise, you are looking at somehow proving (when you were in the store) that the carts were stored improperly and done so by employees of the store and/or that the store knew/should have known. Ain't happening. Pay your deductible and move on.See question
Was required to go treatment center, Parenting class can still call relatives and check up on me?
Cases can be reopened. It seems possible but unlikely.See question
I have a warrant 7 hrs away in aanotherstate than Illinois for a misdeamoner but i no longer am a resident of that state legally or have anyone there . i had surgery the day of my court date but my public defender i guess couldnt get the judge to...
It is certainly possible, although unlikely they'd move you to that state immediately. Just understand that a warrant means you can be picked up anytime and anywhere just about. How about you take care of the underlying warrant so you eliminate this stress in your life?See question
A cop came to my house to question my 18 year old son about a lost/stolen cell phone at a location he was at earlier in the day. He asked my son if he had been drinking to which my sons reply was vague and not really answering. After much badger...
Not solely on the basis he was under your supervision. That is not a defense.
What he can and should do is hire a lawyer to defend this. If he didn't admit to it and he only tested at .01, it might be low enough to be thrown out on that basis combined with other circumstances. Worth spending the money. He never should have allowed the breath test anyway, but too late now. If you weren't ticketed now, you probably are fine.
I slip and fell on piece of ice at a gas station a year ago and tore my meniscus that was repaired,and by favoring that knee,my other knee has ligament damage and partial tears.This should b a slam dunk case
Slip and fall cases are the most difficult cases in Illinois. Slip and falls on ice are even tougher. You have to prove an "unnatural accumulation" caused the fall.
Your lawyer undoubtedly is working on liens and amounts of medical that must be paid back out of any settlement. Further, if you have no health insurance, then your options are limited. If you do have health insurance, I'd use that for any additional surgery while waiting for the case to settle.
I urge you to sit down in person with YOUR LAWYER, the one you hired, who is working for you, the one who doesn't get paid unless the case resolves, and ask him all these questions. Why ask strangers when you have a lawyer?See question