I second that. No right to a jury trial in mortgage foreclosure cases in virtually all instances. You would need to speak to a mortgage foreclosure defense attorney for specifics, but its almost always the case.
65lb 3 year old dog. I was monitoring a hot spot on his leg. I started taking pictures of it and one night I tried to take a picture while giving him treats and he bit down on my arm with no warning. I believe they gave me a vicious dog without proper behavior testing.
This will depend on a number of factors, including who you were fostering dogs for. Most importantly you need to review what agreement you had to foster as it almost certainly had a liability waiver built in somewhere.
I was traveling to work. There was a state trooper in the right lane. Traffic was traveling below the speed limit because of him. I was in the left lane also going under the speed limit. There was one car in front of me. Because the trooper was right beside me I never got over into the right lane... Read more »
You have the right to contest the ticket. Follow the directions on the citation for doing so. You may wish to reach out to a "ticket clinic" (a law firm that does traffic ticket defense) for help. Many people believe its worth the cost, but that's up to you.
my ex and i bought this dog together i put cash down and he set up financing for the rest. i have paid for vet visits, medicine, food, toys, bones, treats, shampoos, vitamins, supplements, etc. basically i have been treating the dog like my son for over 4 months now without the help of my ex. my ex... Read more »
Pets are personal property in FL. You would want to show the court what you can about your care and support of the animal (financially) and then its up to the judge to decide who the owner is. Obviously, there can be only one prevailing party in the claim because there is only 1 animal.
I moved to a different city and hadn’t change my address yet. I had received 15 toll violations without my knowledge until it was too late. This happened 6 years ago and I thought after 5 years my license would be active again. Well I just got pulled over because one of my back lights stopped... Read more »
The only realistic, meaningful way to handle the situation is to contact an attorney in your area who handles cases of toll violations and suspensions. Your case isn't that odd to be unheard of. An experienced attorney will get you your best results, the fastest way possible.
Home They don't want the vehicle but the title was filled out at a tag office and finalized things today what are my options plus I told him if you tow the truck back to me and pay the tow fee I will give you your money back but I'm sure their insurance is towing what do I do with the title how... Read more »
Well for now you are still the titled owner of record. You probably dont just want to let the vehicle sit or it will be towed and cost much more than you will pay to have it towed now, REGARDLESS of who agreed to what.
Your decision here should be more guided by whats convenient for you...Read more »
I contracted with home improvement store for a re-roof who subbed it out to a licensed/bonded contractor per contract, that part we are okay with-ish. That contractor then subbed it out, and to an out of state contractor. Long and short of it the re-roofing process was not performed per our... Read more »
I haven't recieved any paperwork or been served . I've lived in the same house for 11 years now. They haven't even tried to contact me. How can they get access to bank account when they haven't even told me.
It sounds like a garnishment was served on your bank. This would indicate a judgment was entered against you. Judgments in FL are good for 20 years. You should reach out to an attorney familiar with wage and bank garnishment immediately to preserve any rights you have.
They cant take your social security. See a consumer protection attorney if you wish. Document all calls from the collector (date, time, name, what was discussed) and save all letters and other correspondence.
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