I am looking at case schedule and I found following pending dates.... Among following 3 events which one is ER 904 due date? 1. Exchange of Witness and Exhibit Lists and Documentary Exhibits 2. Deadline to file Certificate or Declaration re:...
Assuming you are looking at a King County Superior Court case schedule, none of those relate directly to ER 904. You should read the rule (ER 904) which lays out the timeline and notice requirements.See question
Their work orders, that I sign, do not specify that I gave them permission to test drive my vehicle and I have a photo that proves my odometer is not the same as it was when I left my car in their possession.
Probably not. I would believe that there is a presumption that an auto mechanic will have permission to take your vehicle for a test drive and does not need your express permission. Even if there were some requirement that such permission be specified, if no damage was done to your vehicle, I don't think you have a claim. If they put thousands of miles on it, then you MIGHT have a claim for some % of diminution in value of the vehicle.See question
My car was hit by a vehicle the driver admitted fault and gave me all of their pertinent information to file a claim and they even told me to go to the ER if I felt any pain. I filed a claim with their insurance company and it was denied. Is ther...
You should consult with an experienced personal injury lawyer. Initial consultations are usually free of charge. They can advise you whether it makes sense to retain an attorney and pursue your claim further.See question
My family & I were hit by a drunk driver that caused my bodily injuries and now my career & families future are on the line. We are going to lose everything because of the negligence of a drunk driver
I would add that, under certain circumstances, you would be able to pursue a claim against the bar(s) that may have over-served the drunk driver, or even the private party where the drunk driver was last served alcohol. This can be key, because the drunk driver have inadequate (or no) insurance and a bar typically has a $1M policy.See question
I won the judgement and the defendant agree to pay by installment payment, what I should do to ensure I get paid.
You should reduce your agreement to writing. Confirm the payment schedule, and note that if a payment is late there are consequences, like a late fee, etc. Confirm that, so long as payments made in a timely manner, you will not seek to collect on the judgment (garnishment, etc.).See question
My parents lived in their home for over 30 yrs. They were in default for non payment of their loan when my dad passed away a little over 3 yrs. ago. After my dad died my mom walked away from the property. We've been staying there since. The house...
Assuming your mom is still alive, she would need to deed her interest to you. As an "heir" you have not real rights to the property until you actually receive a deed. Assuming no other complicating factors, your mother could probably quit claim the property to you. Assuming no permits/issues associated with logging, you probably could do that as well. I am not certain whether redemption rights are assignable - those rights may only be owned by your mother and not assignable. That would require a little research.See question
I am being sued in Washington, but live in Florida. I was sent a motion form by the court and need to know what are acceptable supporting documents to show personal jurisdiction. Thank you.
Whether or not a WA court has jurisdiction over a party who lives in another state is a very complicated legal question. At a minimum, you would need to file a motion supported by sworn testimony (an affidavit or declaration), with specific facts as to why you don't think the court has jurisdiction over you. Merely mentioning that you live in Florida is not likely sufficient. It is impossible to answer your question any further without more information as to the type of claim and the nature of your relationship/interaction with WA relating to the claim.See question
I recently was given a summons by Cach LLC for a credit card debt they purchased. I'm looking for advice on how I should proceed. This is the first time this has happened so from what I've read it seems a good a idea to seek advice or representati...
I agree you need to file an Answer. You may wish to have an attorney for that, but the cost (vs amount at issue) is likely prohibitive. You can probably figure out how to file a pro se Answer on your own. The King County Courthouse law library has some great resources. You can retain an attorney if you want to, but I think the attorney fees would soon eclipse the amount alleged owing. In ADDITION to filing (and serving on the attorney) an Answer, you should send a written request to the attorney indicating you formally "dispute the debt" and request copies of all documents which you believe support your client's claim that I owe the debt. Notwithstanding the foregoing, I would caution that trying to navigate the court rules and defending claims like this on your own is a challenge. Good luck!See question
My daughter was driving my car and was hit by another vehicle in the right lane making a u turn into my car. She corrected herself to not go into head on traffic and he hit the car again! He did not stop and drove away. The police were called and...
Your daughter should contact a personal injury attorney experienced in car accident claims. You should also request a copy of the police report, though an attorney can do that for you. If your daughter had full coverage on her car, then the damage should get repaired regardless of who is at fault - though from the description it sounds like the other driver is at fault.See question
I am owner if few properties , all properties is managed by Separate LLC , one of our customers trying to sue me because of icy driveway , ? I am not involved in running properties , can they do this ?
There are many levels and potential issues associated with your question. The very unsatisfying answer is "it depends". As a general rule, the LLC should act as a "shield" and you should not be personally liable for someone injured on one of your properties. There can be exceptions to this rule however. You have not listed enough facts to evaluate whether any possible exception applies. You should report any claim to your insurance. If this is a covered claim, your insurance company will appoint a lawyer to defend you and the LLC.See question