The short answer is no. Because first, it's not clear that you have any damages, second, you've given no indication of why the city should be responsible for what the man did, and third, it's extremely difficult to sue government for anything, even the things they Are responsible for.
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for four weeks. Only a local attorney could advise meaningfully as to the operation of first-party benefits and the type of jurisdiction Texas is in terms of such benefits, but as a general premise, a number of different forms of money...Read more »
It's not clear that you have a question. However as it involves some serious issues, and this is a public site, I suggest you contact an attorney who handles criminal defense in the states where you are charged or where you have concerns and do not discuss these issues on any social media.
I let someone use my car and they damaged the whole driver side. They said theyd pay for damages, but now they are giving me a hard time with getting it fixed. Refusing to pay. I have text messages stating they would pay for the damages but no other proof that they were driving.
Do you have collision insurance? As a general rule, auto insurance follows the vehicle rather than the driver. If you do have collision coverage, your best bet may be to file a claim, pay the deductible, and work out a deal (in writing) with this person to pay you back anything you had to pay out...Read more »
Well, you have been sued, so I guess they can sue you. What you really want to know is whether you have any liability for the damages. Typically, if you weren't the one driving, the answer is no - you're not liable, unless they can show that you allowed someone you knew to be dangerous...Read more »
Can a insurance claiming company claim more than a cars worth?
Back in january of 2020 I got into a wreck with no insurance, the lady's insurance company came after me for a dent in her door and a dent in the door frame. Her car was a 1998 toyota. The insurance company is trying to... Read more »
Her insurance company can't "charge" you at all, but they can sue you for the damages they had to pay, whatever that is. Typically, if the cost to repair the damages are more than the car is worth, they pay the value of the car. I suggest you get a release in exchange for your...Read more »
A Texas attorney could answer best, but you await a response for two weeks. Hospitals might not have up-to-date lien information. If an attorney is representing you in this accident, it's possible they could have been placed on notice by the agency(s) asserting rights from the proceeds of your...Read more »
Her lawyer advised it would be better to plea to Agg Assault w/ Deadly Weapon (a 2nd degree felony). Is there any sense to pleading to a higher degree felony? Probation is offered in both cases by the prosecutor.
As a general rule, a second-degree felony is more serious than a third degree. However, nobody on this forum is in any position to second guess your wife's attorney. There are reasons why this could make sense, so your wife should simply ask her attorney for an explanation.
We were rear ended at about 50 mph. I was a passenger and wife was driving. I was injured with severe pre-existing back injury 10 been ated discs from last rear-ended and was listed as inoperable back then!
Girl that hit us was driving mommies car and listed as excluded from policy and was... Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Are you certain the driver was listed as excluded from policy, or was it that she was not included? Was she in the same household? What you describe is a severe accident if your approximation of speed is accurate. The...Read more »
I was in an accident where they had it closed down to one lane of traffic and the concrete arm off of a Mack truck swing out in front of us and busted through the windshield it could have killed us if we had been going fast enough which I feel like is a major mess up on their end the guys already... Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. Your post raises many issues and could be too involved for a simple response such as "do this," or "do that." As a GENERAL matter, it is possible that what you describe could result in a lien on your...Read more »
I attend a small private school and they have the students park in a parking garage. However, whenever it rains they sometimes move the gym class and will have it take place in the garage. Normally there is not issues but today, they decided that it was going to be a good idea to play dodge ball... Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. It could depend on whether there are property damage disclaimers the school has in effect for staff cars parked on the premises. Good luck
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 three weeks. As a general premise in such finance plans, the debtor (you in this case) usually remains liable for continuing to make monthly payments. In most jurisdictions, one possibility is that they could repossess the...Read more »
A Texas attorney could answer best, but your question remains open for a month. One possibility is that the facility had entered into a different type of agreement with the other person than they did with you. Another possibility is that the program was good for a set period of time - your program...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 »
A Texas attorney should advise, but your question remains open for two weeks. Until you are able to consult with a Texas attorney with time looming, you could check with the judge's clerk on your case. Based on your description, it sounds like a note of issue has been filed and that you may be...Read more »
I was involved in my car accident. Other truck driver with trailer was on phone and came in front of my car suddenly without any flasher or other sign/indicator. It has resulted more damage to my car. Other truck trailer got minor damage. Driver was fine, no visual injury. Insurance parties had... Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks, and time is of the essence in your response to the summons and complaint. I hope you are okay. Without knowing more details, as a general premise, you should contact your insurance carrier and turn over all...Read more »
But they are not offering us what we feel is right. If we take their offer we will still have to come up with $200 to pay off our loan. We feel that they should at least pay off the old car and give us enough for a down payment on another car. Do we have any recourse here?
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. Unfortunately, this is a common situation in total loss declarations. A local attorney might be able to identify additional options under state law. But as a general premise applied in these settings nationwide,...Read more »
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