Q: Cox worker parked vehicle in my driveway blocking. Would not move when asked, (Assaulted) me on property, Can You Help?
I have a question about trespassing & assault. I cox tech came onto my property parking his van, blocking my driveway. When I asked him to move, he got Aggressive and HOSTILE saying no! He was asked to move it more than 3 times.
He was "TOLD" he is now Trespassing, to get off the property.
HE SAID NO! Would not leave.
His cell phone was on my property so I went to move and get his name, he hit my hand & arm, hurting my hand & fingers. (by dialing 911)
He told me his uncle is the sheriff and he don't care.
He also is going to lie.
I have it all video recorded.
Police did come out.
I would like to know how we can get this guy off the street and hold Cox Accountable?
Now Cox claims wants to settle!
They called with a ridiculously low offer....
Would any Lawyer like to settle this for me?
A: It is best to start by filing a police report against the individual who assaulted you on your property. Secondly, it is best to contact an attorney who can assess the specifics of your circumstances and provide you with a more tailored response.
We wish you well.
-The Upshaw Law Firm, LLC. (770) 240-0922.
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