I was on the phone with my husband when he started making noises I immediately called the front desk from another phone told them he was having a heart attack to get in his room a d help and help him I called back a few minutes later see if they had went in there to help him or what was going on... View More
I'm stuck with the torture of V2k applied to me some how unknown to who,how ,when or where it's been put on me. There is a group of 8 people in Nevada who has been awarded $80,000,000 to help them through this v2k as it's by far a terrorist act in my opinion. Is there any way in... View More
While you may feel that you're experiencing the effects of V2K technology, proving its existence and identifying those responsible can be challenging. It's crucial to seek assistance from legal professionals experienced in handling complex cases involving technology and privacy issues....View More
But the neighbor could not produce tje original. But I was told by attorney the he did the new will and that will was valid even though no original was produced! So I walked away leaving her his estate. Now almost a year later she has filed criminal charges against me saying I stole her original... View More
In Louisiana, the situation you describe involves complex issues of probate law and potential criminal charges. If a new will was mentioned but the original could not be produced, and an attorney advised that this new will was valid despite the absence of the original document, the legal basis for...View More
My landlord first began to harass me almost daily by coming to my home just walking in not knocking or anything and asking who was there and why are they there. Then on Christmas Day there was an incident involving her niece that I was trying to help. She went a little crazy by breaking my 55"... View More
I'm sorry to hear about your difficult situation. In Louisiana, landlords are required to follow specific eviction procedures, and it seems like your landlord's actions were not in accordance with the law. It's crucial to document any evidence of her entering your home without...View More
My deceased mother left funds in a checking account, that is a not a joint account. She left a will giving 100% of her property to a sole legatee, her daughter. A affidavit of testate small succession was drawn up and notarized. The affidavit, along with a certified copy of her last will and... View More
My second grade teacher noticed that my behavior indicated that I was being abused. I am 44 years old now so I believe it was 1985. I was under the impression that John Bell Edwards made it possible for people that were abused and wasn't compensated nor was the abuser punished to get a chance... View More
There is 3 estates involved. My Dad my brother & my sister who passed. The will has been denied 2 times before the court & is now before the appellate court. He also sold his car, turned his truck over to their Mom & cleaned his bank account out. The so called will is just a note my... View More
Curious post---sounds like litigation has been ongoing and you have 1, maybe 2 attorneys. You are dismayed at the currents and progress, however the process sometimes takes time----my recommendation is that you meet with your lawyer(s) and discuss your concerns, as well as try to get an expected...View More
I know that plaintiff can seek damages for the nonconsensual use of their name, image, or likeness through a right of publicity claim. I want to ask if it is unlawful. This is because about 7 entities appropriated my name, image, and likeness in their videos. They did it separately and they did it... View More
In Louisiana, the nonconsensual use of someone's name, image, or likeness can indeed be considered unlawful, especially in the context of a right of publicity claim. This right is designed to protect against unauthorized commercial use of an individual's persona.
Contact the Clerk of Court where the suit was filed/pending and tell them what you said here and ask if they have a "motion for in forma pauerpis" form for you to fill ou which is an application with the court to allow you to file your paperwork without having to pay your court costs and...View More
I sell goods in a business to business setting. Most of my customers are on Net 30 day payment term accounts. I have a customer that is months past due on a large balance. My credit application states in short that "we have the right to charge a 1.5% finance charge on past due invoices. They... View More
Your contractual interest is limited by statute. This is "business owner 101". I recommend that you retain an attorney on a professional basis to take a look at your invoices and contracts to ensure that you are complying with Louisiana law, and to be your "go-to" guy when you...View More
Did a title loan with a friend and they ended up stealing my car.
I did a title loan with a friend of mine of 20 years. I borrowed 2900 with the promise of paying back $3,900 within 21 days. My car is worth $40,000.00. We wrote up a agreement and had a witness sign it on day 20 he showed up... View More
In your situation, where a friend has allegedly stolen your car following a title loan agreement, it's essential to take immediate legal action. The details you've provided suggest possible fraud or breach of contract, especially given the sudden change in the repayment amount and the...View More
In Bossier Parish, Louisiana, to pursue a lawsuit or legal action for a hardship license, the process typically involves filing specific legal documents or motions with the court. This legal action is usually associated with the Louisiana Office of Motor Vehicles (OMV) for obtaining a hardship or...View More
Yes, Louisiana Revised Statutes § 32:1741, which was passed in 2014, is still the law in Louisiana. It regulates the immobilization of motor vehicles by booting on private property. The law requires that property owners have a written contract with a booting company in order to boot vehicles on...View More
Garbage truck damaged my home left me without power for 32 days during the hottest part of the year. They are contracted through our police jury. Both have agreed the garbage company is responsible. Still waiting to be reimbursed. I had to get a loan on my car to get it fixed I have now los my car... View More
If you have not consulted/hired an attorney then that's what you need to do as apparently what you have done thus far has not resulted in the results you seek. Use the Justia Find a Lawyer tab and search for accident or litigation lawyers in your area---call a few---many may offer free...View More
A Louisiana attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Electric utilities usually have the right to remove foliage and other vegetation for safety or access reasons with their equipment. An attorney would probably want to know additional details in answering your...View More
This may be a violation of your rights, as public housing commissioners are entitled to due process before being terminated. You may want to request a copy of the meeting minutes from July 4, 2023, file a complaint with the housing authority, or consult with an attorney.
If title to the property is not in their name, they most likely have no legal right to tear down a structure on the property. If title to the property is in your name, you likely have standing to enjoin them from tearing down the structure.
Seek the services of an experienced real estate...View More
Yes, it probably should have. While there is no legal requirement that you comply with such a request, it is certainly advisable for a property owner like a golf course to request that you fill out an accident report as soon as possible after an incident like this to make a record of what happened...View More
will not set up payment plan. I have made several offers of monthly amounts that I can pay but they will not accept. When in court the judge told me to call and set up payment plan but now that's not happening. What should I do?
Did you call the actual creditor or did you call the attorney for the creditor. If oyu called the actual creditor, then I would contact the attorney for the creditor and make the same request----usually they will either discuss your request and pass it on to the creditor, or they will provide you...View More
Use the Justia Find a Lawyer tab and search for lawyers in your area who practice in the subject matter you are seeking---contact a few of them for a consultation----some you contact will provide a free first meeting/consult. Good luck.
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