answered on May 31, 2022
If the child is not 18, then the child's tutor can sue on behalf of the child. Usually the tutor is the parent of the child, but if there is no parent, then the guardian, however one might have to legally qualify ask obtain the right from the Court to sue on behalf of the child---it's... Read more »
Oil change part was cracked, oil spilled out and oil engine light came on. They only will rreimburse service to fix car and tow. They will not compensate for time without vehicle or the factory took nine months to settle.
answered on Apr 7, 2022
Punitive damages are allowed in Louisiana ONLY under specific circumstances and the circumstances you described is not one of those. You are entitled to general damages and special damages if proven although it is extremely rare to recover general damages as a result of damage to property. You... Read more »
answered on Mar 9, 2022
Criminal law: A crime to knowingly transmit AIDS
Civil law: Liable for knowingly transmitting SDT. Have to prove prior diagnosis, no other source of transmission, and damages.
I was told the limitations is ten yrs and he should not have been arrested he was arrested 2 wks ago in Evangeline parish for a warrenton worthless checks
answered on Jan 24, 2022
First thing you need to do is hire a criminal defense attorney in your area as an attorney would be in the best position to assist you in this matter and to help you get the best result possible. In this instance you indicate that you were arrested on a warrant----was that a warrant from a... Read more »
also after picked up my truck, the electrical system was messed up. none of gauges was working
answered on Dec 8, 2021
Get written estimates and file a claim with the Justice of the Peace.
answered on Nov 17, 2021
Anyone can always sue but the real question is whether or not you have a good chance to recover. You do not indicate whether or not you have filed a claim against the homeowner insurance, but if not, I recommend you do that first (and immediately) and see what position the homeowner insurance... Read more »
Ex husband house has electricity and running water , its safe and secure , my grandson has asthma and my daughter and i have health conditions
answered on Sep 7, 2021
If your ex husband bought the house before you were married or after you were divorced you have no right to squat in his home. However, if the home was purchased during the marriage, you are a co-owner.
microchip in my name, vet records and registration papers in my name. sheriff's office refused to intervene despite paperwork, stating civil matter.
*I filed suit with justice of peace.
answered on Jun 16, 2021
File for civil conversion with the justice of the peace.
No written contract only verbal agreement. Financial records text messages emails to support claim
answered on May 7, 2021
You (anyone) has a right to file a lawsuit----you go to the Clerk's office, present them the suit and pay the fees and you have sued. The more important issue is whether or not you are able to obtain a judgment against the defendant? In order to do so, you have to show that the law is on... Read more »
Some more details of it is I purchased a vehicle from a man I got title and registration under my name but everytime I try to get in touch with this individual for him to give me the car he hangs up on me he's done he ducking and dodging my phone calls I do not know another way to go about... Read more »
I am the primary account holder on the said account. I added him just recently. I live in Kentwood Louisiana he lives across state line in Ms
answered on Apr 16, 2020
File a claim in Justice of the Peace Court, close your checking account and open a new one in just your name.
The car was in a single car accident. The mechanic advised we file an insurance claim so they can pay for most of it. We did. He said he fixed the car and we paid the deductible and left. After leaving the car broke down again not far from his shop. Brought it back and he said that the car is now... Read more »
answered on Jan 30, 2020
No one can really say with any degree of certainty which way something like this would go. While there is little to hold anyone back from commencing a lawsuit as a general rule, the course it takes could be another matter. Would a judge ask what steps were taken to mitigate damages? Would the first... Read more »
Can they use this reciept to file criminal charges. Even though it was ordered in civil court
answered on Oct 3, 2019
Yes that is fraud and you can be charged. You are advised to get a loan and make good on the judgment.
I had a protection order placed on me. During the po and divorce time frame my now ex-wife sold my tools, tool box, air compressor, golf cart, boat and my father's boat. All these items value is close to 12000 US Dollars. Can I press charges on her since I could not while she had po in place?... Read more »
answered on Sep 13, 2019
Protective Order on you did not prohibit her from selling your property. But a TRO against alienation against her in divorce would have. Call your divorce lawyer to file contempt.
I haven’t paid it off because we were dealing with custody battle, my husband was laid off and we just haven’t had the money. We know both have jobs and are going to pay either the guy back or the bank, whichever I guess at this point. But I just was told he is going after me for theft. I... Read more »
I went to get a oil change and the mechanic told me he changed my oil and it would last me three months. When I tried to go to work the next morning I couldn’t. I had to turn my car off all of the oil leaked out. I had to catch a Uber to work. When I got off I had my car towed to Walmart.They... Read more »
answered on Jun 29, 2018
If you have a receipt make several copies. Never give the original. Get an estimate from a mechanic as to what is needed to fix it.
He only paid 1 month of half the rent and utilities and he has stayed in my house for 3 1/2 months. He broke up with me and i told him he had a month to get a new place. Now he is telling me he won't leave till he finds a place. Mind you he broke up with me in the beginning of November, and it... Read more »
answered on Dec 21, 2017
If he is not on the lease, then he does not have a right to be there. However, without the Lessor cooperating, it may be difficult to force him to leave, as the landlord is the one with ownership rights and can force an eviction. So, check to see if the lease shows him as tenant also and if the... Read more »
The storage was responsible for my belongings, I've lost everything I own for me and my three kids. I'm mentally out of it right now. I just lost my mom and brother which is hard enough, now this. I need help as to how to proceed with a law suit.
answered on Jul 16, 2017
First, I am very sorry to hear of your circumstances. My condolences to your family during such a difficult time. As to the storage facility, the lease you signed will govern your available remedies. Most, contain waivers and require you to sign a waiver releasing the facility from liability.... Read more »
Can I sue in small claims court?
answered on Feb 11, 2017
Yes. "An individual may file any money claim under the amount of $3,000 on the Clerks Docket; all other claims are filed under the Civil Suits." https://www.lincolnparish.org/clerkofcourt/pages/civil.html
answered on Aug 19, 2016
It usually depends on the amount you are being sued for and the court in which you are being sued. It can be as low as $600.00 and as high as $2,000 or more not including the court costs. Every attorney has a different fee structure. Some will charge a fixed fee and some will charge an hourly... Read more »
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