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1 Answer | Asked in Personal Injury for Texas on
Q: Mobile home park destroyed my home do I have any recourse
Miguel Angel Salazar
Miguel Angel Salazar answered on Feb 24, 2020

I would need more information for a detailed answer but possibly have a claim for negligence and/or breach of contract. Depending on the facts it is also possible the consumer laws may apply.

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law for Texas on
Q: is it domestic violence if your husband steal your ID, social and marriage certificate to stop you from getting divorce?

My friend is in process of divorce and she still lives in the same house as her husband. they get to a lot fights and he keeps chasing her everywhere she goes, installed tracking device to her car multiple times, and even threatening her friends who try to help her. in their last fight he had... Read more »

Miguel Angel Salazar
Miguel Angel Salazar answered on Feb 24, 2020

She can commence divorce proceedings without any of those documents. It would be highly recommended that she request a temporary hearing when the petition is filed. At a temporary hearing she can request from the court, among many other things, protection against any abuse and destruction of... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Child Custody and Family Law for Texas on
Q: my wife had an affair,now pregnant, does the man have any legal rights, or can I raise this bay on my own w/ out Custody
Miguel Angel Salazar
Miguel Angel Salazar answered on Feb 24, 2020

As her husband you are the presumed father of the expected child. As such, you are presumed to be one of the parents with legal rights. The biological father would have to start a suit affecting parent child relationship to claim his rights. If that is done a paternity test would be ordered. If the... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Employment Law for Texas on
Q: Company will not give me my money they owe me. What can I do to get my pay
Miguel Angel Salazar
Miguel Angel Salazar answered on Feb 24, 2020

Texas has strict Payday laws. The Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) has and administrative procedure for employees. That would be the recommended approach depending on the complexity of the issues. If TWC does not provide a sufficient or adequate remedy then a lawyer would need to be retained.

2 Answers | Asked in Car Accidents, Personal Injury, Wrongful Death and Elder Law for Texas on
Q: I am POA for senior parents. What is the liability for them & me if they get in an auto accident?

Both of my parents (aged 85 and 87) currently have active Texas licenses and auto insurance. Their physician tested and diagnosed them both with mild dementia Nov 5, 2019. They are both still able to dress, bathe, shop, etc. for themselves, just getting a little confused, weaker, repeating... Read more »

Miguel Angel Salazar
Miguel Angel Salazar answered on Feb 24, 2020

It is possible that you are liable for negligent entrustment if you own the vehicles they are driving. These type of claims are difficult to prove and win on. However, what you are describing may make for a strong case for negligent entrustment. Ultimately, a jury have to be convinced to place... Read more »

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