Yes, this is called a directed verdict and means the case is so weak, that the judge takes it from the jury's hands. The information contained in this website is provided for informational purposes only, and should not be construed as legal advice on any matter. The transmission and receipt...View More
Yes, if the lease is subject to litigation in those target states.
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I bought a bike 6 months ago from a dealership and paid cash for it. I have been hassling the dealership about my title and plates, weekly for the past 6 months and keep getting the run around. I filed a complaint with the dmv and they completed an investigation and suggested I contact an attorney.... View More
You can sue them and maybe get your attorney's fees granted via the Texas deceptive trade practices act and breach of contract. This one is pretty straight forward. Let me know if I can help you, this one seems to be pretty egregious.
2 vehicles got into a collision causing one of them to jump a median and hit me. I was rolled 3 time and my 2000$ laptop was broken. Geico is the insurance of both other parties. My company doesn't cover personal property damage. And gieco is giving me the run around. What can I do to get... View More
This one is pretty easy. You need to use the person at fault and their insurance will kick in and is required to pay your personal injuries and property damage, which includes your computer. Call me for more information. 713-992-1104
Mind you, you have to file suit within two years. You are...View More
I received a letter from debt collection agency. I sent the a written response certified mail asking them to provide more info that the debt was mine, specifically a written agreement that I signed or proof that I've ever paid on this credit card debt. They replied with the same information... View More
You can actually sue a debt collection company and get your attorney's fees awarded. That is probably the next step if you want to deal with the matter. You can invoke the unfair debt collection act. You also have a valid claim for the Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act, which ties in to the...View More
You can sue an attorney, yes. That is called malpractice.
Judges are exempt from suit because of how they ruled on your case. The best you can do is file a complaint with the Texas Judicial Board, but you need serious evidence. Merely ruling against you is insufficient. Your best way to...View More
Seller is financing land to multiple families on the same tract. Property has not been subdivided so seller just calculates an amount. He will not be able to keep up with his end of the deal as we are in contract for 5.5 acres which are now being reduced to about 4.3. I have paid two years of... View More
If you have a large number of assets, yes. Because using your weapon can always implicate liability, say, were you to allegedly get sued for using lethal force when unnecessary, it can cover your attorney's costs.
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I have started a club called Project: In need, and I wanted to have monthly events such as car wash, lemonade stand, bake sale, etc to raise money so that my club could make goodie bags for emergency shelter workers.
No you do not. You can even file a "domestic public organization" with the State of Texas - Secretary of State. This is pretty easy and should cost I think less than $50 dollars. People start go fund me organizations online all the time, they do no need any special recognition from the...View More
The installers had to reset the tracts across the entire roof left original holes open my house flooded they sent an inspector out he said they were at fault. The company said they would fix my roof This was in December 2020 we started having issues with the outlets and breakers popping we would... View More
It has been 5 months and they kept blaming cps for delays. I have been in contact with CPS and they show no active work order on my account. Found out today they messed up on the contract and cps has been rejecting it. They want me to sign a new contract. Stated if I don't original contract is... View More
My dads friend has been letting him live in a lease to own property for last 10 years. They have NO written agreement, only a Verbal agreement. His friend’s ex-wife’s name is on the mortgage and they are selling the property as part of mediation and offering to only give him a FRACTION of... View More
The statute of frauds requires that all contracts for the sale of land be reduced to writing. It sounds like your dad would have to file suit to quiet title to the property, and allege an unjust enrichment cause of action, which is probably the only claim in equity he can prove that payments came...View More
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