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Settled wrongful death case, part of settlement was a $2000
Settled wrongful death case for minors, part of settlement was a $2000 check each month from annuity company in my name to raise kids on, rest is tied up in trusts and structured settlements for them. Now hateful judge is wanting me to spend only $800 of $2000 have to ask court permission to touch other $1200 each month, bank says no, can't follow that order because annuity and direct deposit for the $2000 is in my name only. The settlement that was approved specifically says that. One attorney says only spend the $800, my other says copy the check and spend what I need. I just don't want to get in major trouble
I need advice on who to contact. I am involved in an estate
I need advice on who to contact. I am involved in an estate and have found out some information regarding questions I keep asking and nobody wants to answer. My attorney talks to me in a very unprofessional manner and I believe there is a conflict of interest. There are investment fraud I believe also wrongful death and some other things. Not sure where to turn
Need to file Civil Complaint forms death/med malpractice
Need to file Civil Complaint forms for wrongful death/med malpractice tomorrow as a pro se for preservation of statute of limitations. My question pertains to 1 of the 3 required forms for California. Cause of Action Form – PLD/PI-0011). If we have included cause(s) of action detail in complaint form – do we need to fill out this form?2). How detailed does the form need to be? Does a separate form need to be filled out per each cause of action?3). If a mistake is made on this form, what are the ramifications and/or risks
I would like to know If I have a case negligence.
I would like to know If I have a case for medical negligence. To be brief, my wife was prescribed with a drug named baclafen for muscle spasms associated with multiple sclerosis. She also had , stage 4 kidney disease and was over 70. Two conditions for which this drug is not supposed to be prescribed. It put her in the hospital for about 10 days with hallucinations etc. It weakened her and diminished her abilities requiring assistance in feeding, walking, toileting, showering etc. There is a lot more to the story Which led to her death on April 2016.
My wife was diagnosed with acute leukemia very aggressive she
My wife was diagnosed with acute leukemia very aggressive she needed to be premeditated before receiving fluids. She was readmitted to the hospital walked in. She had to have a blood test was found to be dehydrated and anemic. She was according to her chart to be premeditated because of fluid retention. The nurse never read the chart told my wife she should have told them she was to be premeditated I feel that was the nurse responsibility for this now my wife is in hospice can't and at. End of life:
I was wondering if their is a way to put warning labels on
I was wondering if their is a way to put warning labels on beer cartons and cans. as what disease it can cause I would like to file a lawsuit against some of the larger companies on behalf of a family member that pasted away due to alcoholic hepatitis. there are no warning signs as to what the deadly affect drinking can have on you besides driving and drinking.
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My attorney retired. I didn't get all my questions
Hello!My attorney retired. I didn't get all my questions answered.I got a letter -order of discharge. What does it mean? Also, my mother passed away. My sister started a lawsuit against the nursing home. If they are found guilty and the family is awarded something. How will that affect me?
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I have family members living in a house of mine that is veryView more legal questions
i have family members living in a house of mine that is very old and a definite safety hazard. I have asked them to leave because the house is so unsafe. They are refusing to leave now mainly because they have no where else to go.I am concerned about my liability. my brother in law would be the first one to sue me if the house should cause any injury to any of them.I was wondering if there is a form i could have them fill out and sign that will absolve me of any liability until they actually move out.