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I Need Lawyer Advice?
At Work I Injured Myself, I Was Lifting A Heavy Box And Hurt My Shoulder, Im Not Sure How Bad The Injury Is Yet But Im Finding Out On Monday. Before I Lifted The Box I Told My Boss That It Was Too Heavy And That I Couldnt Do It, He Said You Can Do It, And I Ended Up Injurying Myself. Im Not Sure If I Should File A Lawsuit Or What? Would It Even Be Worth It? What Type Of Compinsation Should I Ask For? Just Wondering. Thanks.
If you are injured on the job and it requires medical attention then your employer must file under Workers Comp. If you did not file an accident/incident report when it happened then file one asap and talk to an attorney as soon as you have a diagnosis of any sort which requires ongoing medical attention or could result in temporary disability either short or long term. The WC system is not called an adversarial system for nothing. The automitic assumption by the employer is that you are a lying cheating malingerer and just out to take them for all you can get so they will be trying to make you out as the dumbest ox they ever hired, a whiner, a shirker, a faker etc, etc,. You might have been employee of the century last week but now you are scum as far as they are concerned. PS the lawyer gets paid out of what ever you get in compensation so you will have little or no expense up front.
Family Law Contempt Of Court?
My Ex-Wife Does Not Follow The Parenting Plan And Changes It Constantly. I Have Filed A Motion For Her To Show Cause Re Contempt.
She Wrote A Responsive Decclaration Full Of Lies And Even Contradicts Herself In The Declaration.
Can I Respond To Her Responsive Declaration And How Do I Title The Document.
Responsive Declaration Of Me To Responsive Declaration Of Her Sounds Funny.
you should title the document with the help of a attorney
once the case is filed in court the court will give one date to listen your arguments.
make the documents that strengthens you arguments.
i hope my answer is of use you.
Is The Attorney Buck Taylor A Fraud?
He Is An Attorney In Tennesse. And I Need To Know If He Is A Fraud Or Not. He Doesnt Answer My Calls Anymore, And He Is Making Up Excuses. Have You Guys Ever Heard Of Him?
Hi. I cannot answer the question whether "Buck Taylor" is a fraud. However, after doing a search on the Tennessee Bar Association website, I can tell you there is no attorney with that name licensed in the state of Tennessee. Please see the bar website located below, and you can click on 'Search for a Member', and you can try to locate that name. There are 33 Taylors registered in Tennessee - I couldn't tell you if Buck Taylor might be registered under a different first name, etc.
Even if Buck Taylor IS a licensed attorney (wherever), you can file a complaint with the bar association of that state if you feel the attorney has been negligent, or in your case, fraudulent, etc. If Buck Taylor is not a licensed attorney, it is possible civil or criminal charges could be brought against him (though I certainly don't have enough information to say one way or the other on that).
Legal Help/Research For A Book?
Here'S The Scenario:
A Young Woman Has Just Lost Her Husband Of Five Years In A Car Accident. The Man Who Caused The Accident Had Fallen Asleep At The Wheel.
Now, The Widow Is A Very Forgiving Soul And As Such Decides To Grant Amnesty To The Man Who Killed Her Husband. However, For Fear That Her Husband'S Family Would Try And Stop Her, She Doesn'T Tell Anyone About The Decision She'S Made.
When The Truth Finally Does Come Out, Her In-Laws Are Up In Arms, And Are Looking For Justice. Yet, She Insists That The Man Go Free.
Can Her In-Laws Sue Her For Something, Do They Have A Case They Can Take To Court?
Are There Any Wholes In This Scenario?
Thanks For The Help!
There are two legal issues here.
One is criminal. If the driver who fell asleep may have been legally negligent, then the district attorney's office can prosecute him without any regard to what the widow wants. Her views may be taken into account if the guy's convicted, when the judge pronounces the sentence.
(Example from real life: A tour bus driver gambled in Atlantic City all night instead of sleeping. Awake for more than 40 hours, he fell asleep at the wheel on the New York Thruway, crashed the bus, killing and injuring his passengers. He was charged with criminally negligent homicide.)
The other half is a civil suit. The wife can choose not to sue the driver for loss of her husband and their vehicle but to accept the liability coverage his insurance company offers to compensate. Usually it's pretty low compared to real-world factors like the person's potential lifetime earnings, but adequate to reimburse the vehicle's actual value if they'd sold it.
The in-laws can sue for loss of their son, but they're unlikely to win any judgment. The spouse's loss is presumed to trump all other claims.
The wife will not ever hold the decision in her hands on whether the driver who fell asleep will go free. The judge's decision in any criminal trial will take her wishes into his consideration, but they will not be the only factor he or she weighs.
Child Custody Question (Looking For A Lawyer)?
A Military To Military Couple Has Two Little Boys 11And 9. Right Now They Live With Their Dad Because Their Mom Has Been Given Orders To Another Location. The Dad Is Mentally Abusive To The Mom Taking Her Money, Checking Her Phone Records, Not Letting Her Go Out Etc....The Issue Is She Is Afraid To Leave Because She Is Afraid A Court Will Give Him Primary Custody Because He Has The Kids And Is Living In Their Main Residence. She Is Afraid (As He Has Said) He Will Fight Her For Custody. He Also Makes More Money As The Higher Ranking Of The Two Military Members. Has Anyone Ever Had Any Experience With This? I Assumed That Because She Would Automatically Get The Kids If She Leaves But I Am Starting To Think The Longer She Is Away The More That Might Not Be The Case.
THE PRIMARY CARE GIVER WILL ALWAYS BE PRORITISED BY A JUDGE GENERALLY THIS IS USUALLY THE MOTHER BUT IN THIS CASE IT LOOKS LIKE ITS THE FATHER HE WILL OBVIOUSLY GET CUSTODY HE ARRANGES THEIR DAY TO DAY NEEDS.
Could Someone Tell Me What Punishment Would Be Levied On 4Th Degree Felony Charges?
My Girlfriend/Future Wife (I Thought), Left Me After 6 1/2 Years Because Of The Grief She Faced Due To The Death Of Her 8 Year Old Daughter (Due To Complications From 2 Heart Transplants), It Was A Sudden And Rapid Death And She Isn'T Dealing With It Very Well, She Is Abusing Any And All Types Of Substances And She Has Completely Shut Me Out Of Her Grieving Process, She Even Went As Far As Starting A Relationship With Her 45 Year Old Cousin (Not By Marriage), But A Cousin Who She Has Known Since She Was 12 Or 13, Shes Now 32. I Live In Ohio And Am Originally From Ny, We Moved Here To Be Close To The Transplant Center, And Where My Girlfriends Family Lived, I Have Gone Back And Forth From Ny To Oh The Last 3 Months And I Love Her So Much That I Keep Taking Her Back And Giving Us An Opportunity To Grieve Together, Every Time I Return Things Are Good For 10-15 Days But She Reverts To Her Family That Hasn'T Been Or Wasn'T Around The 2 1/2 Years We Were At The Hospital For The Transplants And Recovery, Or Any Time In Our Lives When We Were Together Before That. This Last Time We Were Back Together Living In Our Own Apartment, But In The Same Small Town That Her Family Lives In (The Only Reason We Stayed In The Small Town Was Because Her (My Girlfriend) 10 Year Old Daughter Had Already Started School And We Didn'T Want To Move Her Again, #1 Because Her Sister Died, And #2 Because Her Biological Father Had Also Passed Away 7 Years Ago And The Effect Its Had On Her Has Been Rough As Well. But About 10 Days Ago, After I Had Started A New Job And We Seemed Happy, I Came Home From Work To Our Apartment And She Had Left And Taken Everything In It Including All The Food, I Left For Work That Day In Her Vehicle/Our Vehicle, However My Drivers License Is Suspended....She Reported Her Vehicle Stolen And When I Pulled Into The Driveway The Police Pulled In Behind Me And Gave Me A Citation For Driving With A Suspended License, Then I Went Inside To Find My Apartment Wiped Out. I Told The Police That She Had Taken Things That Belonged To Me However I Was Met With &Quot;It'S A Civil Matter&Quot;. The Next Day She Contacted Me To Say That She Was Sorry And Regretted Doing What She Did As Soon As She Left But That She Couldn'T Come Back Because &Quot;Her Family Would Be Mad At Her&Quot; And That We Needed To &Quot;Give It Time&Quot;. I Forgave Her For What She Did To Me, However Since I Was Without Food Or Anyone That I Knew In Oh, I Went To The Welfare Dept. And Reported That She Didn'T Live With Me Anymore And That She Was Claiming Me As Part Of Her Benefits (Basically Fraud), And To See If There Was Any Assitance Available To Me As Far As Help With Food For Myself, I'M Not The Type Of Person Who Has Ever Been On Welfare Before, I Worked For 11 Years At The Same Job Before This And The Only Reason I Lost The Job Was Because They Couldnt Give Me The Time Off To Deal With The Transplant Situation. She Had Added Me To Her Welfare Benefits And Did Not Share With The Welfare Dept. That We No Longer Lived Together. The Only Reason I Drove Myself To Work The Day I Did Was Because She Started Drinking Beer At 11:00 Am And She Was Drunk When I Had To Leave. My Own Family Had Basically Washed Their Hands With The Whole Situation And Wouldn'T Come And Get Me Because I Was 6 1/2 Hours Away And They Had Already Come And Got Me 4 Times Before This, So I Was Stuck And I Didn'T Know What To Do,Also She Told Me She Went To A Place That Provides Christmas Presents For Low Income Individuals And She Used Her Deceased Daughters Ss # To Claim Two Children'S Worth Of Christmas Presents For Only One Live Child, I Did Not Report Her For That, But Someone Did, And She Was Confronted Today By A Welfare Investigator Who Told Her She Faces 4Th Degree Felony Charges For Fraud For All Of This, I Love This Girl With All My Heart But She Continually Hurts Me And I Would Like To Know If Anyone Knows What Sort Of Penalties She Would Face Because Of What She Has Done, Also After She Left I Was Sad And Depressed And The Family I Had In Ny Was Worried That I Would Hurt Myself And I Was Taken Against My Wishes To The Hospital And Committed To A Psych Hospital For 72 Hours (One Flew Over The Cukoos Nest Had Nothing On This Place). I Have Repeatedly Forgiven Her For What She Has Done, But I Can Now See That Its Over Between Us As She Has Told Me To Stop Contacting Her And That She Has A Stay Away Order As Well As An Order Of Protection Against Me. On Top Of All This After I Got Out Of The Nuthouse She Called My Work When I Was There 5 Or 6 Times Drunk To The Point Of Slurring Her Words And Told Me That She Has Been Having Sex With Her Cousin Since Thanksgiving, However The Next Day She Told Me She Was Drunk And That It Wasn'T True And She Was &Quot;Sorry&Quot;. She Came To My Apartment Last Night And Was In Our House When I Got Home And Said She Was Sorry And Even Had Sex With Me, However This Morning The Investigator
1) Except as otherwise provided in this section, gross sexual imposition committed in violation of division (A)(1), (2), (3), or (5) of this section is a felony of the fourth degree. If the offender under division (A)(2) of this section substantially impairs the judgment or control of the other person or one of the other persons by administering any controlled substance described in section 3719.41 of the Revised Code to the person surreptitiously or by force, threat of force, or deception, gross sexual imposition committed in violation of division (A)(2) of this section is a felony of the third degree.
(2) Gross sexual imposition committed in violation of division (A)(4) of this section is a felony of the third degree. Except as otherwise provided in this division, for gross sexual imposition committed in violation of division (A)(4) of this section there is a presumption that a prison term shall be imposed for the offense. The court shall impose on an offender convicted of gross sexual imposition in violation of division (A)(4) of this section a mandatory prison term equal to one of the prison terms prescribed in section 2929.14 of the Revised Code for a felony of the third degree if either of the following applies:
(a) Evidence other than the testimony of the victim was admitted in the case corroborating the violation;
(b) The offender previously was convicted of or pleaded guilty to a violation of this section, rape, the former offense of felonious sexual penetration, or sexual battery, and the victim of the previous offense was under thirteen years of age.
(C) A victim need not prove physical resistance to the offender in prosecutions under this section.
(3) For a felony of the third degree, the prison term shall be one, two, three, four, or five years.
(4) For a felony of the fourth degree, the prison term shall be six, seven, eight, nine, ten, eleven, twelve, thirteen, fourteen, fifteen, sixteen, seventeen, or eighteen months.