I was prescribed Ascription aspirin as a child in the 70's due to a questionable diagnosis of juvenile rheumatoid arthritis. I took up to 6 a day. I now suffer tinusitis, and have scar tissue in my brain found by MRI. I have been tested as a ad...
Far too late. Limits are long expired.See question
I'm just curious if I put poison into something, say, liquor for example, or a container of salad dressing, can I be prosecuted if someone were to come into my home and consume this without my permission? How could I circumvent any legal problems ...
I can't imagine a good purpose fir this other than trying to kill someone.
Thus I would say it's a bad idea. You'll open yourself up to prosecution if you do it!See question
My stepson whom I helped raise since he was 10 years old was murdered by the Calumet City police in 2012 at which time his father was in prison. I retained the attorney to represent his dad in the defense. The case was settled and paid out in Nove...
The Wrongful Death Act controls who gets what, as well as the orders entered. If you got a share, your husband could argue its marital property, but that can be rebutted.
Talk to your divorce lawyer about this ASAP.See question
I got stopped Monday by the cops and I had a knife in my pocket and they told me that by me being on parole I can get sent back to the penitentiary for carrying a pocket knife is this true?
Depends on the terms of parole. Assume no weapons, so probably a bad idea.See question
We are a burgeoning US translation agency. We plan to receive documents with personal information such as birth certificates for translation. We will then transfer them to multiple translators from all over the world by means of chat applications ...
This is clearly not a birth injury, but more of an intellectual property question.
You will need a good employment lawyer to draw up a contract with your employees that encompasses all this. You will actually need to establish a policy and codify it and make sure all are bound. Talk to a lawyer.See question
I'm worried about getting my license suspended due to it being 3 tickets In a week I am planning to fight my car accident ticket but still scared of losing my license. what are the steps I can do in order not to get it suspended
The best thing you can do is hire a traffic attorney immediately and stop posting about this. The other thing you must do is report the crash to your insurance carrier so they can cover it.
Good luck. Get a lawyer. NOW!See question
Judge has asked me to provide a brief opposing summary judgement. There is an assertion made by the moving that I can bring light to only by filing an affidavit. There are no refutations ( nor are there admissions that movant is relying upon to ma...
File affidavit as attachment to your response.See question
I had an accident at work which resulted in a long time off work. My lawyer agreed to a settlement. Do I pay taxes on this?
Workers' compensation and personal injury is tax free. No taxes.See question
I rear ended a car the other day. It was a little dent so we agreed to keep our insurance out of it. She did call the police just to have it legally documented just in case I didn't want to pay for her damaged. I did pay the damages completely and...
Assuming she is an honest sort and does wish to help you, she can show up to court and ask the prosecutor to drop the case and explain she's been paid for the damage by you. In 99% of all cases if the witness doesn't want to press charges, case gets dismissed.
You "should" be fine.
If things get odd, just get a lawyer to make it go away.
P.s. I hope you had her sign a release so you cannot be sued for physical damages or injuries.See question
I was taken to the emergency room because my face and lips swelled up and my throat was closing. The Dr's immediately gave me a multitude of medicines to help and I was in the ICU for approximately 12 hours. They (the Dr's) told me I could have di...
Slow down for a moment.
I'm not even sure you have a case.
LIsinipril is used to control high blood pressure. It has many known side effects, such as dizziness, but no listed allergic reaction risks. Perhaps you were one of the few who was allergic to it.
If the physician who prescribed it and you were not aware you were allergic to it, there would appear to be no case, since there are always risks of taking medication, but if a specific risk is unknown, there can be no liability. Drugs are not foolproof.
Also, you "could have died." This is terrible, but is irrelevant for consideration of damages. The only thing that matters is what your actual injury was (and that is IF you have a case). 12 hours in the ICU and no permanent damage is way to little to even bother with this type of costly case, most likely.
If you are curious whether you have a case, you should contact a lawyer in the Chicago area who handles medical malpractice and drug reaction cases. Use the Avvo "find a lawyer" tab on this website.See question