Usually oral agreements would be considered to be legally binding if the terms can be sufficiently proven. The statute of limitations can be different if an agreement is not in writing. While it's possible that a judge might for some reason think a text message doesn't qualify as a...Read more »
I Rented some tires from a place left their shop jumped on the expressway herd a clanking noise slowed down until the next exit got off and my tire flew clean threw the intersection and into the woods! Simply put i called the proper people got towed back to their shop and the guy got mad cause i... Read more »
Rental of tires is something I've never heard of. But I suppose that, if they put the tires on your rims and mounted the rims on your truck, they should have made sure the lug nuts were properly torqued.
Was also not in a financial situation to care for them as I just gained employment on 7.19.19. I have an 11 year old child that I have struggled to feed and shelter due to finances and have been trying to get out of this unhealthy environment. Animal control said that all persons in the home could... Read more »
It has been happening for an extended amount of time, and when I recently used an RF bug detector, it has confirmed my suspicions. It also confirmed that an employee is directly related to this incident even though I have nothing personal against that employee. The reason for this is because my RF... Read more »
You have to make this request in writing to the judge. Depending on the basis for your request, the court may order a drug test which can be done by either a urine sample or a hair follicle drug test. the hair follicle drug test will detect drug use for a much longer period of time than the urine...Read more »
They fused to take . We we're harrassed beyond belief when I figured out a scam they were making more money off us . By charging extremely high wAter bills were a result of leaks we had under our mobile home. We had a lot of evidence but the judge sided with the big money attorney. That was a... Read more »
My florist violated our wedding contract and did not bring the flowers/colors of flowers we agreed upon and instead brought, dying, wilted, brown flowers to our wedding that were not the right color or flowers agreed upon in our paying contract. When I called her the day of the wedding she was... Read more »
It depends. If the suit is filed in Florida, the lawyer must be admitted to practice law in Florida. If it's filed in your home state, the lawyer would have to be admitted to practice in your home state.
It's not clear which possible suit you are asking about: the breach of...Read more »
Basically the situation is I'm staying with a friend that I've known for a very long time because me and my boyfriend had a disagreement. The friend that I'm staying with changed the locks as well as kept all of my belongings and my cat that isn't even a year old. What can I do in this situation
This may be both a criminal and civil matter. In Florida, there are generally no "self-help" evictions. If your pet or belongings are also being held without your permission, a crime may have been committed. It is wise to report this to a local law enforcement agency and contact a...Read more »
I worked for a company as an insurance agent. They owe me money from my sales. They accepted I was owed but reversed this by claiming I now owed them even after offering me a portion of my commission and a demand that I sign a waiver so that I could get my check. I refused to sign because they... Read more »
First, as I understand it they have not sued you, but only threatened to sue. Truth is a defense to an action for defamation; if what you said is correct they cannot successfully sue you. Also, they would have to prove the damages they are claiming. And, of course, until they sue, you cannot sue...Read more »
Every attorney I have talked to has said "Oh, we don't practice that type of law." What type of practice will take a case against the city? I believe the case involves violations of state statutes and federal civil rights under color of law under 42 USC 1983.
I send a review about a salesman that I had while visiting a dealer. it was a negative experience. his answer to my questions were short. he even told me to go to another dealer to test drive the car and see it from the inside. In addition he said they didn't have that model when in fact I saw... Read more »
You should get an attorney. Truth is a defense; if what you reported was true such a suit would not succeed. And, by the way, you would have to be served with process, normally in person. An email won't work.
I loaned my brother money, and after I caught him stealing from me he refused to pay me back. He's now writing false sexually degrading, and violent things on facebook towards me. All while claiming I'm only angry with him for not particiating in a fight "over $50". Can I sue... Read more »
Wife is being held in jail for a writ of signed affidavit for mental health or instability but has passed ber drug screening and her mental evaluation and has been detained for over 72 hours and cannot be visited nor released until the next court date two weeks from now. Is there anything that we... Read more »
There is no way to help here online. You will need to consult with a criminal defense attorney in your area, as getting her released early will require some type of motion to be filed with the court and then likely get an expedited hearing.
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