Follow up with the health department. If they do not return your call, just keep calling them. Sometimes they only respond to truly insistent people. I would also contact your local congress-person to find out what they are doing to eradicate scabies in this area.
Some additional information would need to be known about this situation. For instance, how do you know that staying at the hotel caused the scabies? Are there others who stayed at the hotel and also contracted scabies? Also, if you immediately saw a doctor after the incident it, what did he say? It...Read more »
I was injured last year on my job after informing my employer that we need electrical pallet jacks to unload our trucks. I was unloading my truck up an incline with a manual pallet jack when I noticed a sharp pain in my naval area along with a small bulge. I immediately notified the company of my... Read more »
I'm sorry for your ordeal with the relentless pain you are enduring. Unfortunately, the fact that medical treatments do not succeed in ending it does not necessarily mean that this state of affairs is attributable to medical malpractice on the part of a physician or hospital. You have a...Read more »
I had a Litigation company call me and tell me that I was going to be taken to court and get my wages garnished if I did not pay this old credit card bill. They said they mailed me letters but I have not received anything. I asked them to verify my debt because it was past the statute of... Read more »
The clothing is aimed towards teens and older girls can I get in trouble for using the name since Rose is trademarked but there other boutiques using it? I’ve also have tried about 50 other names but they’re all taken so this is my last option hopefully.
The trademark examiner will be looking for a likelihood of confusion for other marks within the same class. Use of the word “Rose” doesn’t necessarily preclude your use of the word but enlisting an attorney to do a comprehensive trademark search is your best bet. Sometimes, I have helped...Read more »
While completing recall work, the dealership wrecked my husband’s truck. The truck is 9 years old, in good shape and has never been wrecked or repaired until now. Due to the age, the paint was oxidized in some places on the truck other than where the damage occurred. While they have accepted... Read more »
With all due respect, at nine years old chances are it's value is diminishing anyway, so a repaint won't matter. You can ask them to repaint the whole, but if the paint is going anyway, you may want to see if for a few dollars they will do the whole truck.
The brick subcontractor was paid short about 7400 of 29,000. He contacted me 5 months after his work was completed. I have already paid the contractor in full and now the contractor won’t return my calls. The subcontractor filed a suit in small claims Parker county.
Although this sounds like a dispute between the primary contractor and his sub-contractor (the bricklayer), the result might become a big problem for you--if the bricklayer files a mechanic's lien against your property. Whether or not they can do that lawfully is beyond the scope of this...Read more »
on Jan 30, 2020 I went to 1and2 Automotive to purchase a reliable car the salesman assured my husband and I we was getting a good car I told him we needed a SUV with 3 rows so he brought us the car me my husband and the salesman did a test drive everything sounded good I asked the salesman is that... Read more »
Contact an attorney in your area for a private consultation. Depending on the facts, you may be able to bring a claim under the Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act, which could allow for up to three times damages plus attorney fees.
Texas doesn't have debtor's prisons. The threat to arrest you could give rise to civil action against the entity and/or person making the threat. Contact an attorney in your area to discuss your legal options.
I am always concerned when an agreement is not clear in its wording. You might ask that the wording be changed to allow you to feel more comfortable before signing. I would suggest that you allow an attorney to review the letter for you as they may be able to determine more from actually seeing...Read more »
anyway the mattress place said i must of took the cover off...I never have even tho it says u can,,,it has been used very little..i want to file a lawsuit to recover money for clean up and replace all the bed and clothes and carpet and stress from this and the health problems
I'm sorry for your ordeal. Unfortunately, the passage of so much time could present some serious challenges here. If you were able to arrange a free, or brief limited-fee initial consult, a Texas attorney should be able to outline some of these for you in greater detail. Good luck
If I write 'full and final payment' on the memo line of a money order intended as a one-time lump sum payment to settle a debt and the confidentiality clause states 'both parties agree to keep the terms of the settlement agreement confidential', would doing so constitute a breach of the clause?
It depends what you're battling them about. Oil spill from one of their fuel barges, you need an environmental lawyer. Right-of-way or easement with one of their power lines, you need a land use or real estate lawyer. Electric bill issue, you need a consumer or business lawyer. Depending on...Read more »
My daughter went to UTSA for four years but did not graduate. She defaulted on the loan. The principal sum is 56K with interest and late charges added on to that. I have more information in PDF form if needed.
Received a letter from law firm stating if I was the prior deed holder, I had 3 days to vacate the premises. I guess I need guidance as to who what and where I’m supposed to go or do now Also would like to know about any known resources and rights I actually have concerning this I am trying... Read more »
You need to search for resources in the area you live in as soon as possible. It is possible for the Sheriff to come evict you at any time. Try your local city government, city councilman, salvation army, area council of government, churches, veteran's groups, etc.
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