How N Where File Case Against Insurance Company?

My condolences !! I do not know the exact nature of your case. Still there are some options you can exercise: 1. Go the the INSURANCE OMBUDSMAN - the company is supposed to provide you the details on demand. 2. You can complain to IRDA(Insurance Regulatory & Development Authority). 3. You may approach the District Consumer Forum (sonsumer court) and make a complaint. Be sure you have all the records of insurance and treatment. and medical history at hand. have a nice day !!

1. Insufficient access rights on cross-reference id, while attaching a file to case

Declare your Visualforce page's controller without sharing, or use a small helper class declared without sharing to perform the insertion of the attachment. That will ignore record-level visibility rules.Be aware that changing that on the controller itself will affect the entire controller, including any Case queries you perform.

2. Can I file a case against my husband?

You will have to talk to a lawyer about this. They do consultations for free before taking the job

3. can I file a case on a child molester as an adult?

go talk to the states attorney have a talk before you decide anything best wishes

4. Can we file a case against the British government for the Jallianwala Bagh massacre in Punjab? Why or why not?

As a white English guy who can not speak a word of Hindi and only three words of Tamil I am sure my opinion does not carry much weight but......No.I will lay it out as clearly as I can but I am happy to be proved wrong.Starting with General Dyer. He was an officer in the British Indian Army or what we can call the Indian Army. He was not part of the British regular forces in India.The British Indian Army was an arm of the Indian Government, whilst the British Army in India was an arm of the British GovernmentEqually the troops that committed the massacre, 9th Gurkha, 54th Sikh and 59th Sindh all belonged to the British Indian Army.At Independence these units were transferred respectively to the new Indian Army (the Gurkhas) and to the Pakistan Army. If we followed a legal process similar to product liability - think asbestos or DDT - then the modern corporation which had absorbed the earlier company would be liable.Hmmm. India sues India for the Amritsar massacre..... not a popular move.So let's take a different tack. Dyer was under the authority of O'Dwyer the lieutenant governor of the Punjab. He did not repudiate his support of Dyer and met his just deserts when he was assassinated in 1940. He in turn was under the authority of the Governor General of India who in turn reported to the Secretary of State for India and thus to the British Parliament.So the Government of India Act 1919 (which became law after the massacre) transferred some powers but not military ones. So it's fairly clear that this chain of command is preserved up to 1947.What happens next is interesting. India and Pakistan do not get independence. Instead two new dominions are created out of the Indian Union and these are then separated from the UK and given the laws and constitution according to the Government of India Act 1935. ( see Indian Independence Act 1947 - Wikipedia for the details). Then India and Pakistan change their constitutions, rewrite the laws and everything starts anewNow a dive into the act Indian Independence Act 1947 or even the full act Indian Independence Act 1947. Its clear that there was no thought or consideration to protect the British Government from being sued. None of the clauses remotely cover that. What is clear is that there is a continuity of Governance and that the new Dominions (sorry but that is the wording used) carry forth the assets and liabilities of the Government of India before partition and that includes the legal ones.So again we end up with the Indian or Pakistani government being the party who could be sued. Hmmm. Ok let's have another attemptThe final attempt would be to argue that the British Government had responsibility because they were the ultimate authority. If that was true it could not be sued directly because of the provision in the Indian Independence Act 1947 which makes the High Commissioner the lightning rod for all that stuff.In my admittedly cursory reading on the subject I am baffled as to how he was apparently summarily sacked by one military superior, told to resign by the CinC India and still managed to retain his rank.That if nothing else suggests a culpable failure on the part of the British Indian Army. I've also found nothing that the Viceroy said on the matter. That could be damning of itself.But at the level of political power in Whitehall there is a clear repudiation of everything Dyer stood for (if not in terms a modern liberal can find palatable)Edwin Samuel Montagu, the Secretary of State for India, who called it "a grave error in judgement". In a debate in the House of Commons, he asked, "Are you going to keep your hold on India by terrorism, racial humiliation, subordination and frightfulness, or are you going to rest it upon the goodwill and the growing goodwill of the people of your Indian Empire?"So did the British Government do all they could to resolve the matter?Dyer was exiled from his homeland (India) and died a broken man. Was he tried? No. Should he have been? Yes. Could he have been? That's a different matter. A huge fighting fund worth more than 1 million (2013 ppp) was donated much of it by british soldiers and civil servants in India. You see the problem - if they would pushed for trial well much of the machinery of repression in India was against it. So case closed?Not quite. The Government of India did accept liability at the time and paid compensation, grudgingly, to the families of those who died. Rs500. I only have average wage figures for 1900 (The Cambridge Economic History of India: Volume 2, C.1751-c.1970 p422) and those suggest that the average wage was Rs187 in 1900. So almost certainly less than 2 years pay (it would be interesting to check the payouts against the 300 deaths official sources claim versus the 1500 other sources do)That really sucks to be honest and I would love to know the story of how it came to be granted and the struggles that were faced.However what it does do is to show that a particular part of the Government accepted liability and paid compensation at the time. It clearly took place in India which pushes liability back onto the present Governments of India or Pakistan. So with liability accepted and compensation paid at the time its difficult to argue that an entirely different state is liable a century away from the eventsAnyway I'm now off to sue Denmark and Norway for the return of the Danegeld and compensation for the appalling way they treated my ancestors 1200 years agoBlood Eagle. How the poor British were ritually sacrificed by the Danish :(Can we file a case against the British government for the Jallianwala Bagh massacre in Punjab? Why or why not?

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He in turn was under the authority of the Governor General of India who in turn reported to the Secretary of State for India and thus to the British Parliament.So the Government of India Act 1919 (which became law after the massacre) transferred some powers but not military ones. So it's fairly clear that this chain of command is preserved up to 1947.What happens next is interesting. India and Pakistan do not get independence. Instead two new dominions are created out of the Indian Union and these are then separated from the UK and given the laws and constitution according to the Government of India Act 1935. ( see Indian Independence Act 1947 - Wikipedia for the details). Then India and Pakistan change their constitutions, rewrite the laws and everything starts anewNow a dive into the act Indian Independence Act 1947 or even the full act Indian Independence Act 1947. Its clear that there was no thought or consideration to protect the British Government from being sued. 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