The theft should be covered by your comprehensive motor vehicle insurance coverage. If there is any potential theory of recovery against Camping World, your insurance company will be subrogated and may potentially bring such claim on your behalf to recoup what it has to pay you under your policy.
I live in the rural area of caddo County Oklahoma. Someone of my ex family keeps harassing my family. They stopped at the end of my driveway and sat for a few minutes with the window rolled down and left as soon I went outside. What can I legally do?
Contact the sheriff office and report them. Beyond that you can pursue a VPO against them if you feel threatened. Other than that you may have some elements of stalking but you need to contact an attorney in your area to assist you.
Because, in a lot of cases it is better for you to seek counsel. What often appears like "common sense" may in fact be the opposite of what years of case law and statutes have said. This is where the lawyer and judges may, not always, be more capable in actual knowledge of the law. I...View More
My 16 year old left his dad and came to my house. His dad has been threatening to kick him out for at least 6 months. His dad has text me two different times about him coming to stay with me. I am more than willing and happy to have my son come live with me because I understand the living... View More
There was an incident at my house where my bests friends aunt wouldnt leave and she backed into my friends car, they broke out her windows then she gunned it out my driveway I ended up on the hood till the end of driveway. The sheriff arrested 3 of us and we sat in jail from Friday till Tuesday... View More
There can be civil remedies for destruction of property that you could, depending on the value of what this person damaged/destroyed, bring in Small Claims court. If it's more than $10,000.00, then you could file a CS or CJ action.
The answer depends on the wording in the deed and the factual circumstances. It's not clear from your description who are the joint tenants on your deed. You should take the deed to a real estate attorney for review and advice concerning how to get the deed corrected.
You will have to pay it back. They will eventually discover it. However, a better course would be to call the loan company and let them know of their mistake. You can ask them to reimburse you for your wire fees.
The Articles of Organization form can be found on the Oklahoma Secretary of State's website. You should also have an Operating Agreement and will need to obtain an Employer's ID number. Most business law firms provide all of the properly completed forms for a fixed price. You can file...View More
I mistakenly sent bankruptcy correspondence to the district insurance coordinator instead of my insurance forms. Can I legally ask her not to share that information throughout her office to her colleagues?
If threats are being made to you, regardless of where it is a group of protestors or a single individual, and you feel the threats are legitimate (as in you truly believe the threat is real and they are capable of enacting the threat) -- then call 9-1-1 and let law enforcement resolve the...View More
An Oklahoma attorney could advise best, as state laws can differ regarding abandoned or lost property. But your question remains open for a week. As a general matter, from your brief description, it does not sound like you did anything wrong. It sounds like you did a good deed by returning the...View More
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