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Who Should I Call... Insurance Or Attorney?
I Hit A Car That Cut Me Off. We Were On Private Property (Parking Lot). Other Driver Came From Behind, Passed Me, And Cut Me Off To Make A Left Turn In Front Of Me. Driver Says I'M At Fault Because I Hit Him From Behind.
This Doesn'T Sound Right To Me.
Should I Call An Attorney Or My Insurance Company? If I Call My Insurance Company, Won'T They Raise My Rates Whether I'M At Fault Or Not? But If I Hire A Lawyer To Fight With Other Driver'S Insurance, Then My Insurance Doesn'T Have To Know... Right??
Call your insurance company.... Always call your insurance company. As to fault, It Doesn't matter one iota what the other driver says or doesn't say. It doesn't matter what you or me or anyone else says. All that matters is what the insurance company(s) say. You bought insurance for just this sort of thing. USE IT !...They have dozens of lawyers at their disposal who will work for you for nothing. You shouldn't nor do you need to hire a lawyer. Don't worry about (if) your rates go up. Simply notify your insurance company ASAP
Information About Guardianship?
My Son Is A Minor So My Mother-In-Low Is His Guardian. If I Want To Travel With My Husband And Our Son To Europe Did I Need Permission From Her? Did She Have To Sign Some Papers? She Don'T Let Me Take The Baby, Did She Have That Much Power To Stop Me To Take My Baby With Us?
Guardianship terms should be on file at your county court house.
There are different types of guardianship. Mine is called "Limited terms" guardianship. By choice, I decided that there were things I wanted a judge to decide so that I would not bare certain responsibilities.
I do not have the power to limit any visitors with my ward UNLESS they prove to be detrimental to her. But I do have all power to determine whom may remove her from her living facility. So visitors may come to her, but she may not leave with all visitors.
Have an attorney review your mother-in-law's guardianship papers & let you know what your rights are in this matter.
I'm assuming that it is going to be that you will need a notarized court document from the guardian in order to travel out of the country. But you never know.
Wrongful Death, Insurance Responsabality?
My Mother Recently Died From Complications From An Auto Accident. She Was A Passenger In A Friends Car. She Only Had Burial Insurance And Now We Find Out That Medicare Will Require Reimbursement For Anything They Pay Out. The Friend Driving The Car Had $100,000.00 Medical Cap On Her Insurance And The Hospital Bill Alone Is Right At $75,000.00. Is There Any Other Responsibility Of The Insurance Company Past The Medical Cap? Any Help Would Certainly Be Appreciated
What is the liability coverage for the accident? While there may be a medical cap of $100K, is that the entire cap for personal injury?
Plus, a wrongful death action (also called a "survivor's action") is separate from the medical expenses/bills, so you need to determine whether there is a larger policy.
Also, was another vehicle involved in the accident?
But, if your friend's insurance policy covers $100K total (including meds) for a single incident, then that's all you can get.
Sue all parties involved in the accident and let the insurance company's deal with it. But the insurance company is only responsible up to the limit of the coverage and you can't get anything else. If the friend has assets, I'd make sure that they aren't fraudulently conveyed away.
Need Some Legal Advice ? Help?
My Father Age 72 Had A Stroke After Having A Open Heart Surgery Then Was Bleeding From The Brain Afterwards They Had To Open His Head And Stop The Bleeding . Before The Heart Surgery He Had Sign A Proxy To His One Of His Daughter From A Different Marriage, However He Explained To My Mom Before That On The Proxy My Mom Is On The Paper. We Found Out My Mom Wasn'T On The Proxy Instead His Ex Wife Is On It . Something My Father Tells Us Is A Lie Because He Wouldn'T Do That. After Everything That Happen His Daughter Put Him In A Nursing Home My Mother My Father Wife Of 25Years Since Then Has Been By His Side Taking Care Of Him. They Had Cause Many Arguments With My Mom, Verbally Abusing Her Insulting Her, My Father Who Is Mentally Sable To Make His Own Decision Saw Everything That Was Going On And Was Very Upset So He Change The Proxy To My Mom . Now There'S A Big Disput Because His Other Kids Wanted The Proxy Power Because The Wanted Him In A Nursing Home, Because They Don'T Care About Him And Only After His Money (Already Took 50,000 Out His Account And Taken Money Out A Safe My Father Had In A House He Owns) . A Very Close Family Member Has Told Is That They Are Trying To Sue My Mom Saying His Abuses My Father Psychically, Mistreats Him, And Doesn'T Change Him Or Take Care Of Him . When Since My Father First Enter The Hospital My Mother Has Been The Only One By His Side Nursing Him To Health . He Always Lived With Us All My Life . It'S Obvious My Father Hasn'T Been Abused, Actually My Father Doing Really Well Doctor Never Thought He'D Be Able To Walk Or Do Half The Thing His Been Doing . Someone Give Me Some Advice What Can Be Done ?
1 Take a good look at the first proxy to see if it was real...not "photo shopped" and, who are the witnesses.???
#2 Your Dad's estate, even under the 1st Proxy [if it is real] was in a frozen Status, and no one had any authority to touch any of his assets, records or property...ie: He's alive and kicking... :)
#3 Charge the ones that raided the $50,000 with theft and fraud, and for removing stuff from his safe without a "inventory lawyer present." ?? what state are you in ???
#4 make sure the new Proxy was witnessed properly, if not...get a new one.
#5. Buy a "digital tape recorder" very small...not seen by others about $100. and have it going every time you're in contact with the enemy. You may plug it into your computer and it will give you a printout of the conversation... :)
I'll help you if you wish... just for fum..
Pete Email: Robinhoodandassociates@yahoo.ca
Seeking A Labor Lawyer In Corpus Christi For Overtime Unpaid!?
I Have 7 Months Of Unpaid Overtime, Sometimes Going As Far As 60+ Hours In A Week. I Need To Find A Lawyer Thats Not Gonna Charge Me Just To Find Out If I Can Even Get The Money Im Owed. Im Also A Little Curious After Reading Some Information, That I Was Working 72 Hours In 3 Days For Another Company, But Only Getting Payed 133 Per Day. I Have Found Info That Says That Since I Make Less Than 20K Im Entitled To That Overtime, Regardless If I Was On Salary Or Not. (I Technicly Was Not On Salary.)
You don't need a lawyer; contact the wage and hour division of the labor board in your state. If it can be proved that you are owed overtime they will enforce it and make your employer to comply. Towards the end of your question you briefly mentioned being on salary. If you were hired on the basis of a fixed salary then that could hurt your case.
What'S A Prenuptial Agreement?
Rick is right.
A male or female that has property, home and or money in the bank can have the person that they are going to marry sign a prenuptial agreement. This a document that a person has been asked to sign before getting married to the one that has something so that in the event of the death/divorce of the one having the property, etc can not get anything that that person had prior to getting married. Anything that the couple buy "together" AFTER marriage is NOT included in the agreement. This not done in all marriages either. This is done to protect someones belongings, as there is, sad to say, folks out there that do prey upon those that do have something, "pretending" to love them so that they can have it once the other person is gone.
One other thing, a parent can even have this put into their Will for their children. Meaning....what ever the parents are leaving to their children once they have passed on. The parents can have a prenuptial agreement put into their Will so that the person their child marries can not get the estate in the event of the child's death/divorce.
Folks should get married because they love each other and not for what the other person has. So the prenuptial just protects the person that might have something. Now days more and more folks are getting a prenuptial. Bottom line on a prenuptial agreement is, who ever signs the agreement can NOT get anything that the other person already had after they sign it. Example..X has a million dollars, Y signs the prenuptial, Y gets no part of that million. Together X and Y make another million after it was signed, Y is entitled to at least half of that last million, if not more (in most cases). Hope this helps you out some.