Called and talked to her have done a promise to pay before said she don't do that when I have done it before. Told her I was waiting on taxs due to losing job thought they would have came in by the day I said but the did not. Can i still get evicted if I never signed a new lease? And would she... Read more »
Title. The car was repossessed after I fired their son and I guess they stopped making payments then. The Lien holder gave me the car with my name as the customer without any payment due and I have a paper with all information saying so. Would the car then be mine?
If you only paid the lienholder, but not the actual seller, then the vehicle would still belong to the seller. The lienholder can only release its lien; it cannot give you title to the vehicle (unless the lienholder had repoed the vehicle).
Progressive hired an attorney ASAP because I'm an investigator & told them I knew insurance tactics. The adjuster had already low balled the damages. The 5th Wheel is under warranty & parts are in short supply. Nobody was hurt in the accident except my daughter is having nightmares... Read more »
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 »
I had shoplifted a pair of shoes and we walked out onto the sidewalk when 2 men regular clothed came up behind me grabbed me and my purse swung me around and was physically pulling me my friend said dont touch her and they borh grabbed him up and busted him against the wall and trash can and... Read more »
If you are facing criminal charges, you probably should not be openly discussing this matter. Based on the facts you have presented, you may have a valid civil claim. However, please be aware that a store employee does in fact have the right to take a person suspected of theft into custody. Whether...Read more »
That sounds about right. Your auto policy probably covers damage to the vehicle itself (collision or comprehensive coverage) and damage that you cause to other people’s property (liability/property damage coverage). While your home policy covers damage to the home itself and may cover injuries to...Read more »
A VP has virtually no power under the constitution (except to break ties in the Senate) and is mainly there in case something happens to the president. The VP's only constitutional jobs are 1) become president if there is no longer a president, 2) preside over the Senate (which will be done by...Read more »
My rent was raised from 942 to 1067. I paid it for July but in August and September I was billed 942. Now October they want me to pay balance from August/September and late fees. Is this legal since the error was on their part?
I have been divorced for a long time. I've recently remarried and I'm updating my insurance beneficiary with Knights of Columbus. They asked for a copy of my divorce decree and replied with this: It appears the divorce decree did not have any information concerning your KOFC policy. We... Read more »
1. Because Texas is a community property state, when an insured is/was married, it can cause problems for a beneficiary later on because the surviving spouse can claim that s/he is entitled to some of the policy payout.
2. If you don't pay the premiums, the policy will simply lapse.
i just want to see if this something illegal I’m getting roped into? I have received check via email from a woman I was talking to online. On the checks, they have a Life Insurance company at the top of the checks. they are asking that I deposit them into my bank via mobile deposit, keep partial... Read more »
You need to actually file a lawsuit against the proper defendant (likely the other driver and his/her employer, if appropriate) BEFORE the statute of limitation (SOL) runs. Filing an insurance claim does nothing to stop the SOL. If the SOL passes and you did not file a lawsuit, the insurance...Read more »
Just a thought experiment, but needed to be asked. Understandably, it would be difficult for a private citizen to file suit against the hordes of unvaxed choking the health care system, much like the novel SB8's workaround. While I understand the concept of sovereign immunity, I still... Read more »
It’s all a big giant scary mess. I cringe every time I see political leaders on TV saying parents, the vast majority of which are not virologists and probably do not even own microscopes, should decide whether vaccines are in the best interest of their children. What if parents decide they should...Read more »
A business violated theDeceptiveTradePracticesAct & false advertised. They advertisedProduct forCertainPrice & I went to store location the special advertised price wasLocated theyRefused toHonor theAdvertisedPrice. I was given runAround & excusesSo I contacted corporate about it and... Read more »
A business violated theDeceptiveTradePracticesAct & false advertised. They advertisedProduct forCertainPrice & I went to store location the special advertised price wasLocated theyRefused toHonor theAdvertisedPrice. I was given runAround & excusesSo I contacted corporate about it... Read more »
Overpump me with inducing meds till I rupture killing baby and I. Leaving broken parts inside causing terrible pain and years of torture and irreparable damage to my health though I have no clue for years later cause I’m no doc…….. how come I can only do something for two years ?????
The two-year period starts from the day you knew or should have known (if you had looked into your symptoms to see what was wrong) that the doctor had left something inside you, not from the date that the doctor actually left the parts in you. In other words, it is 2 years after you discovered that...Read more »
I recently bought a kia sorento 2012 from a private dealer. They sold it to me as is with no warranty but did not mention that it had 4 bad tires that were 10 years old and that the oil pan was leaking. It also had 3 recalls on it that they never mentioned. I have had it for literally 10 days and... Read more »
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