Can the adjuster set up a claim & authorize the Release of Personal Health Information without the insureds written consent? I was advised the insurance company can create a claim & process payments without notifying the insured. Specifically, the insured is not required to complete &... Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Until you're able to consult with a local attorney about specific state practices, consent is generally required nationwide. However, given the tight timeframes nationwide in filing for PIP benefits, it's...Read more »
Left home in fear for my life. Wife very abusive. I needed to get into home for wound care on my amputations of my toes. No orders on me at that time. Police told me to leave, I has to live in jeep, infection set in on rt ft. Lack of wound care. Lost limb was outcome from wife lying to police. My... Read more »
If your wife’s assault proximately caused the injury to your foot that resulted in the infection, you may be able to sue her for battery and recover your past and future medical expenses as well as any past and future lost earning capacity.
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks and you may be losing valuable time if a public carrier is involved in an injury claim. At this point, consider reaching out to Texas accident attorneys to try to arrange a free initial consult - municipal carriers...Read more »
Usually, in the event of a fire like this, you would submit a claim under your own renter’s insurance policy to your insurance company. Most such policies provide for both temporary living arrangements as well as replacing your personal property.
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. It could depend on the severity of the burns. If they are temporary, with no serious permanent damage or disfigurement, it does not sound like a case that many injury law firms would handle on a contingency basis. This...Read more »
It is unlikely you could successfully sue Starbucks.
Although it is possible to test positive for opioids on a drug test as a result of consuming poppy seeds, it is rare. But this is also widely known. This is why individuals are cautioned to avoid eating poppy seeds prior to submitting...Read more »
330 lbs. and Police Officers treat me "excessively cautiously". I'm worried that with the C.O.P.D. and a severe heart condition etc. I'm worried I could possibly die from mace and/or a taser. Do I carry a couple Doctors notes... Pfff! I don't know what to do. Thanks Either Way
Could you please help me find out we're my check is my mother had signed me up when I was a little child but ever since I have been lost not knowing who to talk to about this matter I would really appreciate it if you could help me find out we're my law suit settlement money.That I never received?
I am an individual who is now struggling with a crippling gambling addiction that has ruined my life in every way imaginable in the past 6 months. I was first exposed to this online crypto casino via a live stream on a website where I watched entertainers stream themselves live playing video games,... Read more »
It depends on whether they intentionally damaged the tile floor or were negligent in damaging it. Negligence is the doing something that a reasonably prudent person would not do under the same or similar circumstances, or not doing something that a reasonably prudent person would do under the same...Read more »
The management has been here a week last week it was someone else but I say this because they're saying none of my money orders can be found and I have not paid rent which taxes went really funded me and I have proof which is an approval letter. I think now they're just trying to listen... Read more »
There are a number of licensed mold remediation companies that can remediate mold in a dwelling. The procedure to notify a landlord to make necessary repairs is described in detail in Section 92.051-92.062 of the Texas Property Code. It's a few pages of reading, but too long to post here....Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. I'm sorry for your painful situation. Reach out to Social Security disability attorneys and try to arrange a free initial consult. That's the norm in the industry. I hope things turn around for the better...Read more »
I plan to expose those who are corrupt in the Law Enforcement and Justice Department. Corruption will not be committed on my watch as an American Veteran and Advocate for those who can’t defend themselves… They are putting innocent individuals in jail and in prison…
My boyfriend was driving my car and in order to avoid a car coming into our lane, my car's auto-lane assist pulled the car to the left; we then hit a stationary barrier that was protruding into the roadway (there was NO shoulder on this highway).
Dropped vehicle w/repair facility 18 mos ago. Signed Invoice #1. Received 4 unauthorized invoices since. 5th invoice sent to the Tax Assessor-Collector w/INTENT TO LIEN petition. It contains my signature, forged. Advised to file suit in JP Court and did so. The Tax Assessor-Collector’s office... Read more »
I had a case that I recently worked on that involved a similar situation. I think you should hire an attorney to represent you. Work with the attorney you choose to develop a legal strategy and execute the strategy effectively.
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