In this week’s “Ask the Attorney” segment on WSFA’s “Alabama Live!” program, Beasley Allen attorney Gibson Vance answers questions from several callers regarding their legal problems. The first caller spoke to Gibson about an outpatient neck surgery occurring at least two years ago that resulted in part of his skin becoming permanently bleached. Gibson advised the caller to seek an attorney, but also ensure that his claim is filed in at least two years from the incident occurring to avoid issues with the state’s statute of limitations. Another caller, a woman from Montgomery, asks Gibson about how to retrieve funds stolen in an online mystery shopper scam. Gibson tells her to set up a meeting with the state’s district attorney to report the crime and attempt to get a judgment in district court. The last caller told Gibson about a friend’s trailer he allowed on his property, but has since been abandoned. Gibson explained to the caller that because he owns the property, he can have the people evicted at any point by going to the local courthouse and filing the appropriate paperwork.
For more information or to get in touch with an attorney about a legal struggle you may be facing, contact Gibson and other Beasley Allen attorneys online at www.BeasleyAllen.com and fill out a free contact form for a no-obligation legal consultation. Video Rating: / 5
Jeff Fleming of Hippo, Fleming & Pertile Law Offices in Altoona, PA discusses how he prefers to have fees work for elder law services. For more answers to your Medicaid and Elder Law related questions, please visit the Eldercare Channel. http://www.eldercarechannel.com
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James and Justin Bieber carpool through Los Angeles singing some of Justin’s classic songs, and James challenges him to finish a Rubik’s Cube.
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Each week night, THE LATE LATE SHOW with JAMES CORDEN throws the ultimate late night after party with a mix of celebrity guests, edgy musical acts, games and sketches. Corden differentiates his show by offering viewers a peek behind-the-scenes into the green room, bringing all of his guests out at once and lending his musical and acting talents to various sketches. Additionally, bandleader Reggie Watts and the house band provide original, improvised music throughout the show. Since Corden took the reigns as host in March 2015, he has quickly become known for generating buzzworthy viral videos, such as Carpool Karaoke.” Video Rating: / 5
Police are looking into the possibility the man who shot and killed his estranged wife in the parking lot of a Beltsville, Maryland, high school is also responsible for a deadly triple shooting at a Montgomery County mall, Prince George’s County police say. Eulalio Tordil, 62, followed his estranged wife, 44-year-old Gladys Tordil, onto the property of High Point High School Thursday afternoon and shot her as she sat in her SUV, police said. Gladys Tordil died at the scene. A bystander who tried to intervene in the altercation was also wounded, Prince George’s County Police Chief Hank Stawinski said at a news conference Thursday. The next day, one person was killed and two others were critically injured outside Westfield Montgomery mall in Bethesda, Maryland. Police believe the shooter was a stranger to the victims.
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Tordil is at large, and police have not said anything about who the suspect in the second shooting may be. But Montgomery County police have asked the FBI for assistance investigating whether Tordil is responsible for both shootings. Tordil is 5 feet 5 inches tall and weighs 165 pounds. Police say he is armed and dangerous. Tordil is a law enforcement officer with the Federal Protective Service, according to federal and state law enforcement officials. The Federal Protective Service is a Homeland Security agency responsible for security at federal buildings and some foreign embassies in the Washington area. The Department of Homeland Security says Tordil was placed on administrative duties in March, after a protective order was issued against him. He was later placed on administrative leave and required to surrender his government-issued weapons, badge, and credentials. Video Rating: / 5
Beasley Allen’s Tom Methvin was recently featured on Alabama Public Television’s “Capitol Journal” program to discuss the State Bar’s Mortgage Foreclosure Assistance Program. The program seeks to provide timely assistance for homeowners facing foreclosure, with the ultimate goal of helping them keep their home. The program provides free legal assistance through Legal Services Alabama, and is funded by the Alabama Civil Justice Foundation and the Access to Justice Commission. Those seeking assistance can call a toll-free hotline at 877-393-2333 or visit www.alabar.org and click on the “foreclosure resources” link. Methvin is managing partner at Beasley Allen and is serving as President of the State Bar in 2009. Video Rating: / 5