This is the second affair in eight years but on the second affair like I said she gave me an STD that will be with me for the rest of my life what legal action in the state of Texas can I take besides divorce and we are separated right now and been separated for a year.
An Oklahoma attorney could probably respond best, but your post remains open for two weeks. Since the format here is only Q & A and not attorney-referral, you're going to need to reach out to attorneys on your own. The connection to Texas in your question isn't clear. If you want an...Read more »
My daughter's medical records were "missing" after a car accident making it difficult to get medical treatment. Our family found out someone filed a lawsuit claiming to represent her personal injuries. They used someone else's identity with the same fist and last name. Now years... Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Until you're able to meaningfully discuss in detail with a local attorney as to how Texas insurance law works on those issues, they could result in limitation on the types of damages recoverable in many...Read more »
When we first told them we have mold, they said it wasn’t mold but sprayed mold killer. We told them again and they are still saying it’s not mold but my kids have seen multiple doctors who all say that they are being affected by mold. I’ve shown pictures to them and everyone says that it is... Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Most attorneys would probably want to see the court papers before advising you - whether the dismissal was with or without prejudice, the basis of dismissal, etc. If the dismissal is based on missing the statute of...Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. You could ask for a breakdown of the figures for the case. No one here could know how the funds in your case will pan out. From what you describe, one possibility is that there could be large medical liens or...Read more »
Maybe. It depends on the circumstances not as they actually were, but as reasonably understood at the time by the person who made the threat. Generally speaking, a threat of violence is legal in situations where the actual use of violence would be legal. Some common examples are in self-defense,...Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. And the things you describe do not sound like superficial injuries - you mention a fractured vertebrae. I'm sorry this happened to you. Your attorney is not going to provide you with medical treatment. Your attorney...Read more »
I have an audio recording of the man putting his hands on me and pushing me. There is also multiple cameras on property that caught exactly what happened video and audio. I want to know if there is a way I can charge him with assaulting a minor concidering I turned 18 6 months ago.
Texas does have a crime called "Injury to a Child" but that only applies when the victim is 14 years old or younger. So it sounds like this would be a regular misdemeanor assault. However, if the person is a parent, step-parent, guardian, or otherwise had a responsibility for your...Read more »
I need to know if I can file a lawsuit against the hospital who turned my 17 year old daughter away while she was in a cardiac arrest for she arrived at a later hospital and she died a minute after she arrived parents were never notified until after her death
I'm very sorry for the loss of your daughter. This is a heartbreaking scenario. Only a Texas attorney can advise you on civil practice rules, but you originally posted three weeks ago. Please consider consulting with a Texas attorney WITHOUT DELAY if you contemplate legal action. Depending on...Read more »
I think my lawyer played me. What reasons could he not represent me for ? Unless he idk one minute he was telling me that we can settle out of court for like 5 or 10 grand. I just needed to get a copy of the x rays. So I did and next thing I Kno he's dropping me. God bless and thank you for... Read more »
A Texas attorney is in the best position to advise you here, but your question remains open for almost a week, and you express an urgency with regard to time. It isn't fully clear exactly what is going on here, but you ask what reasons your attorney could have for not representing you. No one...Read more »
This happened july1 2021 do I still have time I had an attorney that but after I got ex rays he told me he could get $5,000-10,000 for it if I wanted to go ahead and settle, but then he said so to a client or case he took on he couldn't represent my kind of case. Can I still do something about it.
I recently suffered a fractured radius (radial head fracture), persistent painful nerve damage, and deep tissue bruising in my arm, and lower leg. (calf/ankle area). I have been treated by the ER, and referred to an orthopedic specialist by my PC. I'm hesitant to go because I'm worried... Read more »
Unfortunately, although scooters are fun and convenient, I've seen a number of these claims where riders are thrown from scooters due to various faulty designs. At this point, (and this is probably easier said than done) your top priority should be your health. However, please understand that...Read more »
i have had two successful cases filed pro se where they were accused of assault illegal detainment 1st and 4th amendment violations and conspiracy on one and running me off the road on the other. In both cases they settled, i know this and what im up against and if someone took the time i could... Read more »
Probably neither of the above. The more likely reason is that the 1983 suit against the municipality pretty much requires that the plaintiff proves that the municipality had an actual policy to violate the constitution. E.g., if a person is beaten up by the cops, to prove a 1983 case against the...Read more »
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