A Texas attorney could a answer best but your post remains open for two weeks. I'm sorry for your sister's ordeal. She could contact an attorney to discuss in more detail, as to the duration and reason for not administering. Attorneys who practice in this area generally offer free initial...Read more »
He claimed he was injured but denied medical attention at the scene and then days later claimed he had injuries but never showed any medical information and I talked to his insurance company and I never heard anything back from them he never showed me any incident report for these damages he... Read more »
You need to consult a civil defense attorney for advice on what to do. Because you did not have insurance at the time, your current insurance company will not provide him with an attorney. You have to hire one yourself.
My girlfriend & I hired a trainer (P) from Thumbtack because our dog was showing signs of aggression. Our dog would bark at strangers & other dogs; he had snapped at my girlfriend a few times but had never caused any injuries.
We hired P, and she told us it will get better but... Read more »
My bf was involved in a car accident two years ago. It was his fault. No injuries to either party. The other driver actually cancelled his police call, but we called them anyways. The insurance paid for the car. He was sued by them 6 months ago right before everything closed down . From what I have... Read more »
I had a question and wanted to get your opinion on it. I found mold in my apartment complex about two months ago and it damaged over $19K worth of stuff and affected me and my family health wise. We’ve been going back and forth with my the apartments insurance company and I finally decided to... Read more »
No. More likely than not, if they were to settle this can be done by the adjuster without the insurance company having to incur the added expense of counsel. Hire legal counsel as soon as possible if you have not already done so.
In Texas if you have already sued a person or company for damages arising from an accident then you are usually barred from suing the same person and company again. In your case, if your case is still pending then you can amend your petition and add other damages. However, if you case has been...Read more »
Consider building a "Faraday Cage" around your electronics to prevent unwanted interference from outside electromagnetic waves. A modern approach is to use EMF shielding paint... it is even available on Amazon.
Warning: Totally blocking external electromagnetic waves in your...Read more »
A family member had a car accident. He had major injuries/loss that will require ongoing surgeries. There was a settlement and subrogation is over. Will his health insurance deny coverage of future surgeries and come after the settlement money? He is also going to be switching insurance due to... Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, as these types of claims could involve state law, but your post remains open for two weeks. As a general matter, the question of whether they would come after settlement money could depend on the wording of any releases, and other terms and conditions of the...Read more »
He lied about fees and charges until he made up an advance pay that I never received or requested or signed for. I have all emails and texts where he had payroll and HR involved in the scam. All the time knowing I have a medical condition where stress is not recommend. He is out of state Indiana
Federal law requires an employer pay its employees at least the minimum wage for all hours worked. However, certain advances may be taken out of an employees' check and not result in a minimum wage violation. I would reach out to an employment law attorney in your state for a consultation and...Read more »
A few years back there was a cop who slammed into my brother in order to keep him from getting away. My brother didnt file a lawsuit because he was afraid they would keep him incarcerated longer. But now he suffers from really bad headaches and was recently diagnosed with arthritis in his neck and... Read more »
I was hurt late last summer as I fell/thrown off the side of a goose neck trailer. I was taken to a Concentra for a drug test not for my injury. I never went to the doctor thinking I was just bruised and also having no insurance. I also never said that my back was still hurting because of the... Read more »
I'm sorry for your ordeal. Unfortunately, it wouldn't be treated as a personal injury case because it looks like it took place in the course of employment. In terms of no insurance, if there was workers' comp if effect, that might have covered medical expenses. A WC attorney could...Read more »
Some additional information would need to be known about this situation. For instance, how do you know that staying at the hotel caused the scabies? Are there others who stayed at the hotel and also contracted scabies? Also, if you immediately saw a doctor after the incident it, what did he say? It...Read more »
He filed the motion to withdraw within 30 days when I asked for more time.
The motion to withdraw date was March of this year and nobody in their right mind was traveling, I was def not going to get on an airplane and go back to that state during early February and into... Read more »
As a general matter, attorneys can withdraw from a case and clients can dismiss their attorneys. One option you could explore is to obtain digital copies of your records and see what you could learn or accomplish in contacting other attorneys. Good luck
Because of the complexity of your research, it could be difficult for a Texas attorney to advise in the brief format of this Q & A Board. That could be why the post remains open for three weeks. One option is to contact Texas attorneys directly. Although many offices are closed or not seeing...Read more »
I'm very sorry for your loss, and the way it was further compounded by the handling of this matter. It looks like the person who could best help you clear things up before they get further out of hand with your father's property being improperly distributed to strangers would be a Texas...Read more »
This may not necessarily be codified in the form of state or municipal laws. But as a GENERAL legal premise throughout the nation, it is an issue that would likely be raised by a plaintiff attorney in terms of the liability of the owner or operator of the premises - emergency response training for...Read more »
I'm sorry for your rough situation. A Texas attorney would be able to advise best, but your post remains open for a week. This could be the type of thing that eats up money in investigating, with no guaranteed results - maybe you could see if the Texas Health & Human Services Vital...Read more »
You see I had a fire they knew I was going to save the last quarter of the house to rebuild a tiny home the the manager came of the bobcat tore it down and put it in the trash do I have any recourse for that
I'm sorry for your ordeal. It could depend on the park's polices, and the extent of fire damages in the remaining portion of the structure. One option is to see if a Texas attorney would offer a free or brief, low-cost consult to assess the matter. Before starting to shell out money to...Read more »
I was in a bicycle accident recently involving a car who ran a red light, hitting me on my side and sending me to the emergency room. The police placed ME at fault. This guy had no license, and just recently texted me admitting fault.. Weeks later after the police had already filed their report.... Read more »
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