Garland, TX asked in Wrongful Death for Texas

Q: I do not want to died before of my time and any "Fire department worker" told me after to see me in the grave while .

After the Woman'Black try to kill me and the light green for walker how me it time next to at Shelter of Dallas Bridge 75201 and almost in front of department of Fire ; he told me: I was able to look fine and they never to put me any in my neck and it is to hard stilling now since 10/28/2020 and my body too and It doesn't to tell about the police officer to put me in the patrol after I refused to go with the ambulance for biggers cost , he never to try to put at it woman in the jail, he take the driver number license and he permit at she to go at the place where she leave before to pull me, arrive and almost killed me in it street and he never to try to mark the area of accident or they never to pull some buches out in case of the woman told the true but she never to stop for avoid to kill me and she waits to turn all around for do it and she stopped perfect when she try to do it.

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Teri A. Walter
Teri A. Walter
  • Houston, TX
  • Licensed in Texas

A: Sorry, your question is undecipherable. However, I can tell you that you do not have a claim for your own wrongful death, because you are still alive.

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