A Texas attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for four weeks. When you say you are going through identity theft, it isn't fully clear whether you were the victim... or whether you are being accused of committing identity theft by authorities. If you were a victim and had your...Read more »
I was driving through a parking lot and a driver backed out whilst I was behind his vehicle and dented my fender. He claimed that he did not hit me to his insurance so they said it was a he said/she said since there was no damage to his vehicle. I have a third party witness that saw the incident... Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for three weeks. As a general matter, it sounds like you prepared extensively to make your case. You took the effort to obtain the statement of a witness. Something to think about (if it is still available) could be an surveillance...Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. From the brief description, it isn't clear whether you're a victim of identity theft or you're a defendant facing identity theft charges. If you are the victim, carefully review your banking, credit...Read more »
Per our signed agreement my employee end date was 10/7/20. Per the agreement the severance pay can only be forfeited if I am offered a position BEFORE this end date of 10/7/20. I was offered a position on 10/16/20. At this time they went into the system without my knowledge or consent and changed... Read more »
Driver was not the registered owner. A claim was then filed against her insurance company after the accident. She provided her insurance information to me. Her insurance declined the claim. The Insurance do not provide liability coverage for any person for that person's liability arising... Read more »
I have a friend who was sued in small claims court by a debt buyer for "account stated" cause of action. I helped him with his defense and he required the debt buyer to prove the four elements needed to show "account stated" cause of action. But the judge totally ignored the... Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. You are correct; a plaintiff must establish the elements of their cause of action in any forum, whether supreme court or small claims. It's difficult to say exactly what happened without seeing your file, but the...Read more »
We have had our roof replaced which was covered in our insurance. He came and we agreed on a color and he gave us the packet with a brochure with our selected shingle color and style. When he filled out the contract he did not put down the same style as the brochure we had agreed to. The specific... Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. I can't speak for the state court system in Texas, but as a GENERAL matter in many jurisdictions, what can typically happen if a counterclaim exceeds the court's limit is that the matter can be removed to...Read more »
Hello, I received a $1000 water bill for 2 weeks only at my vacant house. I did not use any water because I locked the exterior water faucets and interior water shut off valves. When a city private contractor installed a smart point on the water meter, the software went wrong. Then the data... Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. From your question, it sounds like you're under the impression this is a law firm, because you ask for representation. This is only a question and answer board. Before pouring money into exploring the possibility of...Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best here, but your question remains open for two weeks. As a GENERAL matter in most any jurisdiction, the answer is generally yes. Such facilities, as a policy, do not suspend accrual of storage fees on Saturdays and Sundays. A Texas attorney could advise more...Read more »
While it is not the best practice for a loan company to grant a loan with only one of the married couple's signature on the documents, there is nothing illegal about it. Unless a divorce was currently pending and the County in which it was filed had instituted Standing Orders preventing the...Read more »
A couple wants to take us to Small claims court over a cat we sold to them. We gave them paperwork we received from the past owner and all her things. They say the cat was not spayed and all the paperwork we gave them was fake. We did not know the paperwork was fake when we sold it to them and also... Read more »
First, IMO it is unlikely that the police will get involved in this based on the facts you presented. You had no reason to doubt the papers you received from the first owner. Is the couple also going to sue the CAT? Lots of people do that these days. If they really want to go to Small Claims over...Read more »
they claimed to know what to do. a local handyman service. found them on facebook marketplace. they didn't do the job right. i paid for materials and paid 500 for work. it was the underneath of the belly of my trailer. now the insulation is hanging down and the belly is on the ground- what... Read more »
A Texas attorney who handles smalls claims work could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. Before going through with the expense and time in moving ahead with a lawsuit, look into whether the complex has insurance that would cover the damages. At this point, it's possible you...Read more »
After failing a driving test, the DPS tester got out of the car, and instructed my daughter to drive around and park the car, while I was waiting in the designated area. While doing so, she hit another car. As a result my insurance premium got significantly higher. I am pretty sure that the tester... Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best here, but your questions remain open for four weeks. It looks like a case where the defense could possibly ask jurors to question why student driver's operation of motor vehicle was not supervised by licensed family member, if that was feasible. At this...Read more »
But no luck! I wanna sue them, cause this has been going on for a long time and every time I call them, they say they are sorry and they are going to refund it and all! But nothing... Even local shops just would refund in a day or two, but every time I call them, they say it is in the process and... Read more »
A Texas attorney who deals with consumer rights issues could advise in the most meaningful manner here. But your question remains open for four weeks. Keep in mind that in pursuing a lawsuit, your time lost from work/school in going to court, handling paperwork, etc. could run you more than the...Read more »
Your post remains open for three weeks, and is an issue which state legislators, city council members, or other local government officials might know better than attorneys would, even real estate attorneys who deal with property rights matters. You could consult with a Texas attorney who deals with...Read more »
Transmission went out, shop picked it up and towed it to their location. Tore it down and diagnosed it. The contract says it’s $599 for tow and tear down. He told us $1480 to repair it. We said okay. He then jacked the price up to $2480 saying “there was more problems”. Fast forward a year... Read more »
One day I was carrying her in my arms and her phone (which was in her jacket pocket, easy for something to fall out of) fell out. Note we're both minors. Both me and my mom refused to pay for damages, and so my friends considering suing my mom, because she thinks that since she has legal... Read more »
Rental insurance cause they're renting from a relative, I had no way to avoid the dog, is it worth going after the person to get my $501 deductible back I'm having to pay for my insurance to fix my car?
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