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 »
You should contact a Texas personal injury attorney without delay. Two weeks have elapsed and you shouldn't lose further time, because you must first determine (1.) if your injuries are covered by insurance (hopefully they are), (2.) what type of insurance coverage they would fall under if...Read more »
I was working as a DOD Civilian had a stroke that was said to related from head injury at work . Then I was left in attended in ICU fell out of bed cracked and bruised some ribs. I couldn't swallow so they had me with no fluids for seven days at that time they finally ran a swallow study that... Read more »
A Texas attorney could best advise here, but your question remains open for a month. As a general premise, if you were paid workers' comp benefits and this was related to a third-party accident, workers' comp can assert a lien on the personal injury case. From your description,...Read more »
A Texas attorney is qualified to answer your question, as statutes of limitations are generally governed by state law. However, your post remains open for two weeks. Until you are able to arrange a consult with a Texas attorney, keep in mind that as a general matter, statutes of limitations can be...Read more »
Not necessarily just because the driver is a known alcoholic, but whether the driver is known to the owner of the vehicle as an incompetent or reckless driver and there is a record to prove it. Of course alcohol could play a big part of that, but it's a case by case fact intensive analysis. I...Read more »
You should speak with a Texas attorney to learn exactly what would happen. But you wait three weeks for a response. Until a Texas attorney could meaningfully advise you of exactly what would happen and exactly what charges could possibly result, keep in mind that as a general matter, it could be...Read more »
I was visiting a friend in Dallas & got a serious injury. The wood floor in the apartment kitchen had water damage where the wood splintered up in sharp spikes. The maintenance man came to fix it, took a look at it, left & didn’t return the entire week I was there. My friend & his... Read more »
This is something on which a Texas attorney must advise you, as it involves Texas law pertaining to statutes of limitations. However, your question remains open for three weeks and you patiently await an answer. If you run a couple of quick internet searches, you will probably see for yourself that...Read more »
I made a mistake of cheating on an exam and my professors gave me a 0 now in order to pass the class 100% are needed on the rest of the exams. The amount of anxiety I’m am experiencing is ridiculous I can never seem to calm myself down due to all the pressure I am under and I am thinking of suing... Read more »
You most likely do not have a case. The infliction of emotional distress would need to be intentional. Here it sounds like you violated a course and/or university policy and were punished for it. I hope this semester ends on a more positive note.
A Texas attorney could answer your question best, but your post remains open for a week, and could possibly involve notice of claim issues if it was not a private trash collection company. This is different from statutes of limitations, which generally provide claimants considerable to file suit....Read more »
My brother was extremely over served at a bar in Texas. He left and, approximately 12 minutes later, had an accident resulting in his death. Could my mother and I file a civil suit against the establishment that over served him?
Quite possibly. The type of case you are describing is called a “dram shop” case. They are typically hard cases to win only because you would have to prove that the victim was over-served after being obviously intoxicated. So, all the evidence and witnesses tend to be within the bar’s...Read more »
The other side sent new evidence out to my Attorney about my Statement I made on my injury at work which I forgot about. I was working the night shift removing some bolts using wrenches wearing a slicker suit and full PPE with Neoprene Gloves taped around the cuffs of the rubber jacket and gloves... Read more »
I doubt any lawyer will advise that you "just move on", particularly if you feel you legitimately have a valid claim. You claim seems to be mor eof an occupational disease or repetitive injury than one caused by "pulling, pushing, twisting" so I would not worry about the...Read more »
Both of my parents (aged 85 and 87) currently have active Texas licenses and auto insurance. Their physician tested and diagnosed them both with mild dementia Nov 5, 2019. They are both still able to dress, bathe, shop, etc. for themselves, just getting a little confused, weaker, repeating... Read more »
You are liable for negligence. Whether a jury will rule that you were negligent in continuing payments for car insurance and gas and not taking away the keys or disabling the car cannot be accurately predicted.
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