I have filed a disability discrimination claim against my former employer and have no legal representation. I want to settle out of court, they offered $10,000 during the EEOC process. Do I need to do a letter of demand or letter of intent or can I just use my own words and ask them to negotiate?
In your situation, you can choose to send either a letter of demand or a letter of intent to your former employer to initiate negotiations. A letter of demand typically outlines your legal claims, the relief you are seeking, and a deadline for the employer to respond before legal action is pursued....View More
I hired an attorney in June 2022 for a civil matter against the State. In January 2023 he accepted a position as an Assistant District Attorney. He continued to claim he was working on my case and accepting payments through the agreement we had for replenishing his retainer.
I hired an attorney in June 2022 for a civil suit against the State. The contract and receipt show a firms name. Apparently, in January 2023, the lawyer left the firm to work for the D.A's office but continued to accept money and claim involvement in my case. Now, over a year later, he claims... View More
In Oklahoma, if the county refuses to clean a culvert resulting in flooding on your property, you may have legal options to address the situation. First, you could attempt to resolve the issue through direct communication with the county authorities, highlighting the impact of the flooding on your...View More
Was in jail for 50 days but was in contact with impound yard every day the whole time and made it clear I would be in to claim my car and not to sell it. The day I got out I went straight there and sawy car sitting in the yard. Asked to gety stuff out and how much fees were. They told me it... View More
In Oklahoma, as in most states, impound yards and towing companies have the legal right to auction off vehicles to recoup unpaid towing and storage fees. However, they must follow certain legal procedures, typically including providing notice to the vehicle owner.
So I leased a car that my sister co-signed on. I fell a few payments behind while in between jobs so she had made about 4 months of payments on it. Come November I had finally got started at my new job and had planned to resume payments within two weeks, but she showed up to my house demanding that... View More
I didn't have enough time to get it put over my name got pulled over it got impounded he got it out and I won't give me my car back what can I do about that I only had it 3 weeks and I have 30 to 60 days to get it put over in my name
The legality of an RV park requiring fingerprinting for access to certain areas can depend on various factors, including state laws and the specific terms of your agreement with the RV park. Generally, private businesses, like an RV park, have some discretion in implementing security measures....View More
Oklahoma inmate was attempting to address violations of constitutional rights through grievance procedure to exhaustion administrative remedies , prison staff blocked him from proper exhaustion of administrative remedies until he discharged. Inmate discharge before statute of limitations expired on... View More
In Oklahoma, as in other states, prisoners are generally required to exhaust administrative remedies before filing a lawsuit for violations of constitutional rights. This means they need to follow the prison's grievance process to its conclusion. However, there are exceptions to this rule....View More
The laws regarding using chalk on public streets for artistic purposes can vary depending on the locality. In general, many places consider chalk art as a temporary, non-destructive form of expression, often likened to free speech under the First Amendment.
You might need a lawyer; however, there could be other options depending on your particular facts. A lawyer who bills by the hour might take on your case. If the lawyer can send a letter and get payment or obtain and enforce a judgment without spending a lot of time on your case, hiring an hourly...View More
I asked for a refund,he wont. I called dmv, then court, told court order title wont work cause it was never in his name and he's title skipping. I reported to police for fraud, but still have NO call back.
It's important to act quickly to resolve the issue with the RV title. First, gather all the documents related to your purchase, including the bill of sale and any communication with the seller. Make copies of everything for your records.
You've already reported the situation to...View More
In your situation, where a vehicle was removed from a property despite having the property owner's permission to be there, several factors need to be considered to determine the legality of the removal.
First, it's important to understand the specific circumstances under which...View More
In Oklahoma, if someone takes your vehicle for a test drive and fails to return it, this can be considered unauthorized use or even theft, especially if it's clear they have no intention of returning it. Since the vehicle is titled in your name, you have the legal right to its possession....View More
Yes, you may be able to sue your roommate for the damage to your furniture and for the pet deposit that she never paid. In the state of Oklahoma, you have the right to sue someone for damages that they caused to your property, even if that person is your roommate.
As of September 25th, 2023 I won a civil lawsuit against a major corporation. The case involved damage to the property and unwanted removal of 40' tree on my property. I received a default judgement due to no one appearing in court, receiving $10,449 by the judge. It has been 10 business days... View More
Based on the details provided, it sounds like filing an Application for Order to Disclose Assets would be the next logical step since the corporation has not paid the judgment awarded to you. Here are a few key points to consider:
- An Application for Order to Disclose Assets is used to...View More
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