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Harjot Walia Law Firm?
You are right. This is a recognised law office.
A I Metal Beam Fell On Me While Working Braking My Hand And Now I Got A Plate There, My Hip Pop'T Out ,And Broke My Leg Braking Both Of My Bones And Now I Got A Metal Rod From My Knee Down, The Guy Im Working For Has Insurance Which Is Paying For The Hospital Bills And Im Getting Workmen Com Checks Every Week Which They Take 70%.I Just Want To Know Can I Sue Him I Dont Want The Guy Loosing His Business But This Would En Never Happen If He Wasn'T Cheap And Rented Lifts To Pick U The 400Lb I Bean And Not Lifting It By Hand And 2X4 .
Of course you can sue.
He probably ly will not lose his business, unless he was already on the brink, which may be the case if he tried to avoid renting the equipment.
In these tough times, in order to win contracts, contractors are having to set pricing at a point at which the only profit is in whatever savings can be realized while doing the work.
What do you mean that in your worker comp "they take 70%"? You mean they GIVE 70% right? NOT that you are getting only 30%
Most personal injury attorneys will only try to get the limits of insurance coverage available, which will cause his premiums to go up some, but he won't have to sell his truck to pay you.
Who Is The Best Dui Lawyer In The Boston Area?
I Recently Got A 1St Offense Dui And Need This Case To Get Dismissed Asap
go to your local tavern and ask there
Where Can I Find A Lawyer....?
Where Can I Find A Lawyer That Feels Free To Consulting A Problem Over The Internet, Like Through Email, That Could Give Me Some Advice And Help On Some Subjects So I Know What To Expect??
I've consulted with many clients via the net. Please feel free to get in touch, if your problem is within one of the areas in which I practice.
A Question About Legal Rights?
Ok Call Me Immature Or W/E But I Just Wanna Know What'S Legal And What I Can Do In This Situation.
Im Turning 18 In Less Than 2 Months. My Grandparents Are My Guardians, My Dad Isn'T. Alot Of My Stuff Is At My Dads, Which Ive Been Coming Over And Cleaning It Out Since I Don'T Live There Anymore And My Dad And Step Mom Are Moving Out. My Dad Doesn'T Care What I Take Since Everything I Own Is Pretty Much Teen Stuff N Stuff I Grew Up With, Which Obviously Shouldn'T Matter To Him.
But I Know One Thing We Might Possibly Be Feuding Over.. And Thats My Ps3 (Which Brings To My Top Sentence About This Question May Being Stupid And Immature Over A Dumb Ps3), But Honestly Im Only 17 And Im Not Gonna Spend $300 On A Ps3. Since I Already Know That When He Was My Guardian Everything I Owned Was His, But Now Since Hes Not My Guardian And Im Also Almost 18, Im Wondering If I Can Legally Take It.
Yes He Bought It, But It Was A Gift For Me For My Bday. So Im Asking If I Wait Till Im 18 Im Wondering If It Would Be Mine Since It Was Gift To Me? I Mean For Example If You Are Reading This And You Happen To Be Over 18, And Your Friend Buys You A Bday Or Xmas Gift, After A While Its Still Legally Theirs? No..
So Yea, Im Asking Can You Legally Take Something That Was A Gift To You At The Age Of 18 And Them Not Being Your Guardian Anymore?
Exercising your legal right is never a question of maturity... I'm a UK Law Student
I am uncertain as to exactly how it would work in the US, but I would imagine it is fairly similar to the UK. When he was your guardian, you are correct that he has a title to any of your property for you are his legal responsibility and any material thing assosciated with you therefore comes under his realm of legal responsibility. However, as soon as he is no longer your guardian, your possessions no longer become subject to his legal influence, they essentially are yours independent of him. As the intent of the PS3 was as a gift (if you were to move out in a years time, you would expect to take it with you) it would seem only reasonable that it is your proprerty and so can be withdrawn from his property at his convenience.
The period for which you resided with him, yet he was not your guardian, might permit you rights equal to that of a lodger (you are merely staying with him). In such a case, it would seem entirely unjust and unreasonable for the property owner to state a claim over the possessions of their lodger merely due to that fact that their possessions are located on that property.
Simple answer to you question... I would be very surprised if you couldn't justifiably take it.
How Do You Get Legal Assistance In Canada When Legal Aid Turns You Down For Assistance?
I Am Seeking Legal Assistance For A Drug Conspiracy Case. I Have Had My Lawyers Quit Because They Refuse To Challenge The Bogus Drug Evidence Being Used Against Me. We Have Proof Of Perjury Of Witnesses, Corruption Of Evidence And Numerous Illegal Acts On Behalf Of The Rcmp And Other Governments Agents.
You don't. Your own lawyers refused to work with you probably because you are so much smarter than them and know more about the law than they do. After all, they only spent years learning the law ... they weren't simply born with that knowlege as you were. You are not eligible for Legal Aid? Well, that's the way the cookie crumbles. Act as your own lawyer, you are bound to blow all those fakers out of the water. By the way, do you know who it was that said, "The person who acts as his own lawyer has a fool for a client"??