Q: On fm 812 1 mile east of Elroy Texas. The 2 bridges are sinking and there is 2 huge dips.
My truck has been damaged from them. And I drive 5 under. I took my truck to the shop and there is damage to the front steering ball joints and tie rods every day it gets worse. Can I make the state pay the $1800 to repair my truck?
A: A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. It's unlikely on a contingency basis. You may get firms to handle it hourly. But that's only an individual opinion. The only way to find out is to reach out to law firms to ask. Good luck
A: Addendum - a minute ago, I should have mentioned - these types of cases can involve notice of claim requirements. In other words, they can require filing certain notices (where applicable) to initiate and validate the claim. Nationwide, these deadlines can be short (in the order of days). That is something to inquire with local attorneys - if there are any such notice of claim deadlines within which you must file to preserve your rights in a claim. Good luck
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