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A major drug store has accumulated all my prescription

A major drug store has accumulated all my prescription history and sold it to a prescription tabulating bus. who then sells it to health insurance co. who uses pharmaceutical information to determine if the individual is a good insurance risk or not.

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My son has a second offense no insurance charge. Has court

My son has a second offense no insurance charge. Has court tomorrow. Was curious to what he may be facingJA: Since laws vary from place to place, what state is this in?Customer: KentuckyJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: What do u mean?JA: What confuses you?Customer: He received a citation and had no insurance at the time. We got insurance the next day along w his expired tags renewed. He has court tomorrowJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: No

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I have a very important question. I do not have the money to

I have a very important question. I do not have the money to pay for this serviceJA: What state are you in? It matters because laws vary by location.Customer: How can you help?JA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: I am in MinneapolisJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: No This is a computer you are a robot

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I am looking for a lawyer who handles medical issues, in

I am looking for a lawyer who handles medical issues, in particular, doctor/patient relation issues and billing.JA: What state are you in? It matters because laws vary by location.Customer: Washington. The incident happened in Spokane.JA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: Not yet. I have written as much as possible about what I remember. Wasn't sure if I should talk to a lawyer.JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: My husband and my service dog were included.

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Can I sue State Compensation Insurance Fund? I'm being

Can I sue State Compensation Insurance Fund?I'm being charged $5500 for back pay on my workers comp. for 2014-2015, the reason for the charge is this; they are including the total commission we pay to get business as a payroll expenses and calculating our premium on those bases, this is a limousine service and we have to pay commission to the hotel's bellmen or front desk agents to get limousine jobs, when CA SCIF audited me in 2015 they looked at my bank statements and the checks I paid to these agents in my bank account and included the commission as a payroll even though on the checks say "commission" and not payroll, I separate my payroll from other expenses, when I refused to pay (justifiably) they sent my case to a collection agency and now I have to pay $6661.35, if I pay that money is like I'll be giving everyone a free ride and pay for the gas and expenses out of my pocket! Can I take them to court (or small claim court) or is any lawyer who will take the case and also is the CA State Compensation Insurance Fund considered a public entity? And how do I file a written claim (a templet) with CA SCIF?PS: I do not have a policy with them any longer since all my employees are corporate officers.Thanks,Kami SoltaniLuxe Transportation Inc.Los Angeles, CA

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Can a driver involved in an accident refuse to let police

Can a driver involved in an accident refuse to let police test his black box? If so, can police get a court order to do so? If this is not a criminal law question, what type of lawyer can answer this question?

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Uninsured motorist claim involving car accident. other

uninsured motorist claim involving car accident. other vehicle was in wrong, they only had $15000.00, I have $100,000 uninsured motorist, was paid the other motorist max of $15000, I also have $10,000 accident, I have a medical lien of $31000.00, is $55,000 settlement fairJA: What state are you in? It matters because laws vary by location.Customer: LouisianaJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: noJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: there was another accident two weeks before, where my husband was at fault, that I also have $10,000 medical that did cause injury, can I offset my medical lien with that medical coverage

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I am scheduled to go back to court in December 2016. I was

I am scheduled to go back to court in December 2016. I was hand delivered some rental accounting records by the opposing attorney outside of the court room even though they had been subpoenaed by me to the court. I would like to file these accounting records with the court as an affadavit or other record along with my stipulation for a settlement outside of court that I have also sent to the opposing attorney and it to was not entered into the court record. What is the proper way of accomplishing this? This is a case in Superior Court of California, County of Fresno, Unlimited Division. I am representing myself in Pro Per.

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I obtained a restraining order in the state of Massachusetts

I obtained a restraining order in the state of Massachusetts against an individual. The defendant filed a Motion "Defendant's Motion to Stay Order Entered on Sep 9" to the Superior Court, four days after issue of the order, that is, on Sep 13. Two days later, on Sep 15, before the Superior Court even considered the Motion or received an Opposition to the Motion from me the plaintiff, the defendant raised a Motion to the Appellate Court "To Stay Order Pending Appeal", infringing on the procedural rule: Appellate Procedure Rule 6, Civil Cases (a), (1) Stay Must Ordinarily be Sought in the First Instance in Lower Court; Motion for Stay in Appellate Court. "A motion for such relief may be made to the appellate court or to a single justice, but the motion shall show that application to the lower court for the relief sought is not practicable, or that the lower court has denied an application, or has failed to afford the relief which the applicant requested, with the reasons given by the lower court for its action."My question is: what is the procedure that I have to follow with the Massachusetts Appellate Court to request the court to deny the motion on grounds of infringing the procedural Rule 6(a)(1)? By a letter to the judge? As part of the arguments in the "Opposition" to the Motion e.g. Opposition to Defendant's Motion document? Using a special document or procedure that is designed for exactly this particular purpose?

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