Over a month ago I slipped and fell outside of my apartment complex in my parking garage. There was a plastic wrapping paper of a beers I slipped on and fell on my back. I called 911 because I was unable to move and if I did it caused extremely pa...
It is medically inept for an EMT with an ambulance to subject you to lay medical care in a lay automobile to go to an hospital with the appearance of a serious neck/back injury. Therefore, sorry, I cannot accept that representation without proof.
You should almost never get your medical care through lawyers, just as you'll almost never get critical thinking from physicians. You and your doctors are dealing with the substantial limitations of medicine which, after all, cannot cure anyone of death.
You appear to have quite an uphill battle establishing negligence of anyone other than you in slipping on beer wrappings clear or readily visible. You'll have to find the culprit who littered or find someone else who has a duty to prevent or clean up litter who unreasonably failed to do so. You won't solve that problem in an Avvo forum. You need to explore this with a lawyer with more interaction, and you may need to investigate. Maybe you can show that such litter is a regular occurrence and that maintenance is sporadic, rare, or nonexistant.
Best wishes.See question
I'm the petitioner in an upcoming request for order hearing to omit respondents midweek visits with child. Respondent has had several recent encounters with police including a felony domestic violence case against his fiancee that is currently in ...
I would focus on criminal prosecutions the records of which are publicly accessible. Anything that does not give rise to prosecution is mere hearsay and, frankly, likely unimpressive. Convictions are the goal; you want to present in your case a certified copy of any DV conviction, DUI conviction, or felony conviction of your X. If you insist on getting police reports of ongoing investigations that are being prosecuted, arrange that with the prosecuting agency.See question
The man I was with was previously married and jumped into a relationship with me. After his divorce got finalized this last December I found out I was pregnant by him. I moved in to the apartment he got and he had kicked me out of the apartment ju...
In my view, though I have not had occasion to research this, if your child is born in another State that other State would have jurisdiction as the child's Home State divesting California of jurisdiction except, maybe, in the unlikely even of an emergency or loss of the other State's jurisdiction. Wherever, the means is a paternity action in some Court.See question
I am looking for a attorney that speaks spanish and can help me get my son back. He is adopted and court doesn't want me to see him. please help
There are many lawyers who speak Spanish and/or who have staff who speak Spanish. I certainly do not to a professional level nor need I be. If you have a Juvenile Court case you should be appointed a lawyer. Otherwise, you will have to find & vet one. You might qualify for a reduced-fee and reduced-retainer arrangement through the S.D. Co. Bar Assn. Modest Means Program. https://www.sdcba.org/index.cfm?pg=ModestMeans Sorry, but it's your obligation to translate this.See question
I live in an apartment complex where someone was murdered in a laundry room about 25 feet (literally) from my apartment. A few months earlier, as part of my lease renewal negotiation, I had complained to the corporate property management company ...
You have neither relationship nor standing to assert a class for wrongful death of the decedent.
You can give the family the information. You can risk a prison term by engaging in blackmail.See question
Hi my father got arsted by the us marshal and is innocent and now he is on a ankle braclet is there away I can sue the us marshal
You mean that a Court found probable cause of guilt and he is awaiting trial to determine guilt/innocence. Prove that there was not crime and then no probable cause for the U.S.A. Marshal to have apprehended him before expecting to get anywhere on a damages claim.See question
Our 3 year old grand daughter from Houston, TX will be staying with us over the summer. We would like to get her covered under our medical insurance during that time without the parents granting us custody. Is there an affidavit or other avenue ...
That's not a legal question. Discuss your options with your insurer and then get back to us on your options to get a sense of the differing legal ramifications.See question
My Ex is taking me to court for child support. I am representing myself since I can't afford a lawyer and hiring a lawyer would only cause him to rack up expense that I really cannot afford. His lawyer invited me to look at numbers and see if we c...
I cannot decipher "proceed with the hearing and note settle".
A lawyer cannot unilaterally sanction you. Only the Court can lawfully sanction you.
Negotiations are not to spill over into the evidence in Court except to show bad-faith in negotiations.
The bigger question is why, or in what respect(s), do you and the lawyer disagree over what it is that the lawyer seeks to which you seek to agree? I assume that you are missing something thus proving one of the stark limitations of this forum where we cannot view any document and certainly can't accept 2nd information as accurate or complete.See question
A man, living in Europe, offered a trip to Europe for my girlfriend and I, living in CA, for her to model for him. He set up the trip with airfare, hotels, and transportation. We needed to cancel due to sickness. We have a great deal of medical ...
I have no comment on the purported solicitation of fraud, as that is irrelevant to your question and irrelevant to California law. Anyone can sue anyone for anything, but you seem to have a valid, weighty defense of illness at least for the specified time.See question
My sister has been missing for almost 2 years and her kids father recently passed away last month. They both have struggled with addiction causing them to be in and out of their 3 small childrens lives for quite some time now. At the the time whe...
The longer you are uninvolved (involuntarily or otherwise) in your grandchildren's lives the less visitation you can expect from a Court order. It may be that C.P.S. should be notified and have a say in foster care by grandparents or others. If the other set of grandparents have acquired a guardianship of the kids from the Probate Court, you'll have to work within that framework. You need to explore your options in Court (Probate, Juvenile, and Family) and C.P.S.See question