I was arrested for possession and paraphernalia in Indiana. Thing is though, They found this is a shared apartment that I live in. Not in my personal property or on my person. I cannot drive and just moved to this state literally 3 weeks ago.... I...
Hire an attorney, IMMEDIATELY. If you have a clean record, your attorney may be able to arrange for deferred prosecution to prevent any prosecution.
When contraband is in your home, it is within your "direction and control" which is all that is necessary to charge you. Who bought it or who owns it is irrelevant.See question
Friend is arrested on 2001 f 4 felony
Not possible. SOL on all felonies is 5 years, except Murder for which there is NO SOL. If he was charged with a Felony and only recently arrested on an open Warrant, it would be a Class A-D Felony.See question
I have heard conversations of a co worker asking if in the workplace are illegal immigrants working. I felt so uncomfortable and I don't know if that question can be asked.
Any co-worker can ask anything they wish. What does that have to do with being injured at work?See question
I have a worker compensation case my lawyer settle my case I was told last Friday that he mailed my papers in so he can receive the check how long does that takes?
Ask him. Did he mail approved contracts to the adjustor (2-3 weeks) or did he mail the contracts to the Arbitrator for approval(4-6 weeks)?See question
I have some car accident cases that I am in need of extreme help, I cant do this on my own. I have started with small claims and they didnt work, but I appealed the decisions. I am getting sick and tired of finding wimpy attorneys and I need someo...
If you are in the Appellate Court on a property damage claim and an injury claim with only chiropractic care, nobody is going to touch either one unless you pay them a significant retainer and that would be foolish as you have so little at stake. Your error was not hiring counsel from the beginning.See question
I forgot to appear in court for a speeding ticket. My license is now suspended. What do I do to get my license back?
The BEST solution is to hire a traffic attorney.See question
I was taken off the drug Dilantin when I was 48 years old due to damage to teeth and bones had to wean me off Dilantin in the neuro Center in Indianapolis Indiana Madden 2013 have my teeth for good half bad but I have a severe problem with osteopo...
You need a doctor who would testify that 25 years of seizure activity would NOT have done more harm, that the Dilantin IS responsible for your current condition, AND you need to be within the statute of limitations. I doubt that any action would be viable but you MUST discuss all facts with an attorney, face-to-face.See question
I was injured on the job, had to have surgery. Found out I can not return to the job i was doing. workman comp has been paying but now wants to pay me a lump sum and be done. I have been out of work for 6 months.
If another contractor or malfunctioning machine or a property defect is responsible for your injuries, you CAN file suit, IN ADDITION to your Workers' Compensation Claim. Discuss this with a local Personal Injury attorney ASAP.See question
I was involved in an accident, it was not my fault. I was waiting for the light to turn green and a car blew a red light hit the car turning and the car spun around 2 times and hit me. The police came and told me not to even call my insurance beca...
The "claim lady" is correct. You need to file a claim with the insurance of the driver who blew the light. As my colleagues have told you, put the claim through YOUR insurance so you have the benefit of rental vehicle and car repair NOW. As long as your insurance is reimbursed by the at-fault driver, your rates will NOT go up. If you were injured, contact a personal injury attorney ASAP.See question
Driver in front of me stop abruptly and caused me to rear end him before he left the scene after noticing no damages his car. I called 911 to report accident and was checked for injuries. He returned and told police he wasn't filing charges becau...
It is VERY difficult to defend a rear-end accident. The other insurer will assert that you are at least 50% at fault for following too close. That is probably going to be the winning argument.
If you have med-pay coverage on YOUR auto policy, it will pay your medical bills.See question