A Texas attorney should advise here, since statutes of limitations are governed by state law. But your question remains open for two weeks. In virtually all jurisdictions, statutes of limitations usually use the day of the accident as a reference point. A local attorney could provide specific...Read more »
I was told I needed blood work so I went the day before my Dr app. so the results would be back, when I got there they said there were no orders, instead I was told to give a urine sample I assumed it was because my glucose was a little high last time I was there, later I got a message that I had... Read more »
It keeps overheating and they replaced the water pump and thermostat under warranty. Her key fob is not recognized with the car as well. They told her to pick another car and they will take this one back as they don’t know what else to do to it. They are only giving her $3000 equity towards... Read more »
So I purchased a car from individual on craiglist. I read craigslist "warnings & what scams look like page". I did a vincheck online, I met in a public(my chase bank), I made sure match title 2 vin. We made transaction directly in front of my bank(there was an outside surveillance... Read more »
This happened july1 2021 do I still have time I had an attorney that but after I got ex rays he told me he could get $5,000-10,000 for it if I wanted to go ahead and settle, but then he said so to a client or case he took on he couldn't represent my kind of case. Can I still do something about it.
So I was eating a bowl of cereal today (great value brand of raisin bran for context) and on the box under the ingredients list there is a text that reads "return the package for replacement or money back." It gives a phone number and website as well. No where on the package itself does... Read more »
I have a small condo and our 5 family member live in this condo for last 21 years. This is only primary resident we have, during covid my wife lost her job and my parents move back to our home. I could not able to make any payment to my mortgage. I tried several time to modify or adjust the past... Read more »
You can --through a lawyer--seek a temporary restraining order in District Court in your county. It is temporary--and I mean temporary. Don't expect more that 30 days till something will have to happen.
Go see a Bankruptcy Lawyer about a Chapter 13. That usually is the best way to...Read more »
I have a past due ( 3 years) mortgage and due to pandemic ( lost job and parents hospitalized) could not able to pay . I have tried several time to modify the past due also requested for payment option. each proposal they turn down and send me a demand letter for full past due . Now i received a... Read more »
I have practiced in Texas and in Texas foreclosure is by "post and sell"--May 3 is the first Tuesday of the month which is foreclosure auction day. .That is contrasted to states like Florida where I practice now where is called a "Strict Foreclosure" state. That means that you...Read more »
I recently suffered a fractured radius (radial head fracture), persistent painful nerve damage, and deep tissue bruising in my arm, and lower leg. (calf/ankle area). I have been treated by the ER, and referred to an orthopedic specialist by my PC. I'm hesitant to go because I'm worried... Read more »
Unfortunately, although scooters are fun and convenient, I've seen a number of these claims where riders are thrown from scooters due to various faulty designs. At this point, (and this is probably easier said than done) your top priority should be your health. However, please understand that...Read more »
I had shoplifted a pair of shoes and we walked out onto the sidewalk when 2 men regular clothed came up behind me grabbed me and my purse swung me around and was physically pulling me my friend said dont touch her and they borh grabbed him up and busted him against the wall and trash can and... Read more »
They don't have a right to touch you. You need to get a lawyer and get the camera, I am sure they are going to say you hit them first or used force, That is how a simple shoplifting turned into a robbery,
Can a home builder, who has their own sales team, list specific address(es) with a low price on their own website, then list the same property on realtor.com and zillow.com with the same low price but when a buyer who wants to put a contract offer, for that specific address, in at the listed price,... Read more »
This is a contract law question. The issue is whether or not the posted price is an "offer." I believe it is, however, I would need to see the exact language of the posting to better advise you. Plus, Real Estate laws require a RE contract to be signed before the parties a bound.
Hello im getting sued by LVNV FUNDING LLC. For the amount of $1456.73 for credit card debt. I was wondering if i could settle the debt before going to court and if so how to go abour that. Ive never been sued so i have no idea what to even do or who to contact. My citation papers were served on... Read more »
It's extremely important for you to file an answer in a case like this, so they do not get a default judgment against you. For this amount of money, it's probably not cost-effective to hire an attorney, but if it was for a larger amount, definitely seek counsel.
I was targeted by an aggressive door to door salesman, I was coerced and pressured into signing a contract for a Kirby vacuum and promised monthly payments of $105.49, $2,800 payoff before 36 months and $3,797.64 if I’m still paying after 36 months, 21% interest rate. I was turned over to a... Read more »
First, I recommend that everyone Always keep their own records of payments made, either by making the payments in a way that generates a record (like a check) or by keeping a copy of the payments made. That way you are never in the position of having to look for a receipt.
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