Me and my sister were in Walmart and she took some things I got arrrested because I was with her. Everything I had I purchased but because of the dollar amount they arrested both of us. I got released then she got released well she had court Monda...
The simple answer to your question is that a bench warrant will issue for her if she doesn't show up.See question
I have just finished my Criminal Problem which I was in Restitution Hearing which Judge have Dismissed the amount of $46,000 and set it to $14,000. Now I made a deal with insurance company through my Probation office that we are going to settle th...
Nobody on this site should be rendering a legal opinion. You would have to consult an attorney. This site is for educational and informative purposes, only.See question
I work for a small construction company in Illinois with 2 employees. The owner does not have workman's comp. I do I get compensation for my injury.
If your question is "how do I get Compensation for my injury?" The answer is the same as it would be for an insured employer. Hire a Worker's Compensation attorney who will file an application for adjustment of claim with the Illinois Worker's Compensation Commission. While it is legally possible to civilly sue an employer who does not carry Worker's Compensation coverage, many factors must be weighed in deciding whether that is the best option.
Given that hernia is considered a very minor injury, your best bet is to proceed through Worker's Compensation. When an employer does not carry Worker's Compensation and an employee is injured on the job, your attorney must notify the Atty. Gen.'s office. The Atty. Gen.'s office will defend the claim. They may recommend paying benefits on the claim but they cannot settle a claim.
Any claim involving the Atty. Gen.'s office must be tried. All of this simply reinforces that you need to discuss your claim with an experienced Worker's Compensation attorney as soon as possible. Good luck.See question
We are needing to move to Alabama with my girlfriend's family and I have a warrent for missing court could I get extradited and forced to come back to Anderson or does that not matter since it isn't a felony warrant?
Take care of it NOW! They won't extradite you but any contact with law enforcement will Compel your arrest on the outstanding warrant. Worse still, the arresting agency may have to wait WEEKS for Indiana to respond as to whether they will extradite. During that time, you will remain in custody. Spending weeks in jail will almost certainly cause you to be fired from your job or, if you are a student, lose all of that semester's credits and may even cause federal loans to go into a repayment.
You can either take care of it now or have it hanging over your head, indefinitely. Arrest warrants do not expire.See question
My WC attorney has been trying to get me to settle without surgery. My surgery has been postponed for 10months with lawyer telling me every time I called he expects a settlement within weeks, well those weeks turned into 10 months I have received ...
You are not communicating. WRITE a letter or email which states that there is no way that you are settling the claim, for ANY amount of money, until your body is fixed.
Your attorney thinks that enough money will change your mind and many people are tempted by money, ESPECIALLY around the Holidays. Your attorney just doesn't want to wait to get paid.See question
I bought my wife a can of Starbucks Coffee from a gas station upon opening it and taking the first big swig of it she began choking so my first instinct was to perform the Heimlich monument as that wasn't working in had her lay on her back and I l...
As you describe it, the case is worth a free can. If you have witnesses, it could be worth 6 cans. DEFINITELY NOT worth spending $300 to file a lawsuit.See question
I let my boyfriend borrow my car to run an errand, he allowed his friend to drive my car while he rode in the passenger seat. His friend rear ended a SUV at full speed totaling my car but only leaving a dent on the SUV. He was issued a ticket and ...
I agree with my colleagues. My only caveat is that what is covered will depend upon how much property damage coverage you had at the time of the accident.See question
my fiancé had a motorcycle wreak that took his life , I went to the scene of the accident and noticed #1 there are two tall pole lights neither working with made it VERY dark and as I drove the same way he was when accident happened I noticed ther...
Given that this was a fatality, some degree of accident reconstruction would have been performed By the investigating police entity. You can secure a copy of that report with a Freedom of Information Act Request. Unless you are approaching the statute, that should be done first, to estimate your fiancé's contributory negligence. (e.g. excessive speed or impairment)
If it is a state road, there may be a six-month notice requirement. As the decedents fiancé, you would not have standing to bring a wrongful death action, if that is warranted. Such an action would need to be brought by a relative, typically, a parent or sibling.
Remind the family that delay will be absolutely fatal to their claim.See question
hello i had my interview yesterday then said we are not able to give you any decsion now your causue under review ?? the lawyer was with he said both off you was good and yours answers was 80% identicall ?? what they mean where not able to...
You state that you have an attorney. ASK HIM.See question
I was run down by subjects car door and dragged. I sustained cracked ribs, scar on shin, radiating pain from upper back/neck to pectoral muscles, right index finger going numb among other things. I also had to have left knee micro fracture surg...
Provided that you are NOT more than 49% at fault, the policy limits. You MAY not get any money if you did not have health insurance because your recovery will be limited to the policy and liens will have to be negotiated.
You CANNOT do this without an attorney!See question