Back in 2020 a friend asked me if I would co-sign for her to get a car. When I went to the dealership the employee asked for my information for the car she was purchasing. This included my Insurance and when I asked why they stated that it was because the associate stated they needed it for their... Read more »
We were promised “Will not receive bill from electric company”. Panels sat for 6 months before learning still need electric company and solar plan. Started solar plan with TXU. Then lights and all appliances started arching. Turning off and on. Burning out everything. No one assumes... Read more »
I am not even aware if he put me on my own suit or lumped me into a class action. Only communication ever is me emailing a inquiry once a year to them and usually the same reply. Waiting for negotiation. How many years does this take and shouldn't I hear about this from the attorney? Be... Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. These cases could take longer than other types of injury cases, such as less complex car accident cases. An individual case could become one of hundreds in ongoing multidistrict litigation. Cases could be reassigned from...Read more »
I recently suffered a fractured radius (radial head fracture), persistent painful nerve damage, and deep tissue bruising in my arm, and lower leg. (calf/ankle area). I have been treated by the ER, and referred to an orthopedic specialist by my PC. I'm hesitant to go because I'm worried... Read more »
Unfortunately, although scooters are fun and convenient, I've seen a number of these claims where riders are thrown from scooters due to various faulty designs. At this point, (and this is probably easier said than done) your top priority should be your health. However, please understand that...Read more »
There's always a possibility that you have a case. However, you will want to consider a two key questions: damages and causation. First, as to damages, many personal injury suits have damages such as medical bills, lost income, etc. Therefore, the key question is whether your injury, presuming...Read more »
That sounds about right. Your auto policy probably covers damage to the vehicle itself (collision or comprehensive coverage) and damage that you cause to other people’s property (liability/property damage coverage). While your home policy covers damage to the home itself and may cover injuries to...Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. You could go online to find out whether there are current and pending actions involving the product(s), and whether law firms are accepting clients. Good luck
Before someone pays the law says you have to be able to show 1) it was their cause and 2) they were careless. With fuel, the issue tends to be that some engines don't like ethanol, or if you are using diesel, some newer engines have issues with low sulphur.
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for a week. There was not a question included in the post, but you might be wondering about your rights here? I hope you weren't injured, but if you were, you could reach out to attorneys to discuss in greater detail. Most...Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. I'm sorry for your ordeal. You could reach out to the law firm(s) involved in such suit(s) - it appears you did some research and determined a current suit is pending. Keep in mind that if the matter involves...Read more »
An experts opinion that this was the reason and the only reason would be needed. You would likely want to speak with a doctor anyway. Don't say you are interested in a claim or the doctor will clam up--they are worried about being "dragged into a legal case."
I paid full price for a puppy. I bought it as a pet with the intention of breeding. When I took her for the first vet appointment I learned of a disability and my vet said she shouldn’t breed. I asked the breeder for a refund and she refused. She said I could return the puppy and be on a waiting... Read more »
The question is was it the type of deformation that a breeder should have been able to spot--not all such deformations are able to be detected without specialized knowledge. As the person claiming, it's on you to show through expert testimony that the breeder had to have known about that....Read more »
Accident on NB IH35 in Hays Cty Tires were bought & installed in San Antonio My car was the only one involved in the accident I was headed home after installation I had a blowout on driverside rear tire which spun me around and I landed against retaining wall smashed into my front passenger... Read more »
It certainly sounds like you have a valid claim against either Discount Tire, the tire manufacturer, or both. The real question in my mind is whether there were significant injuries from the crash, as these can be expensive cases to pursue.
Ok so my attorney said he wants me to list off all my back issues with like l1 l2 l3 l4 l5 c2 c3 c4 and t1 t2 t3 t4 t5 n neck and my torn shoulders he said you have tooth pain that's your new fav word look at a nerve diagram and follow these nerves n be like cause l5 is messed up on pauper... Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. Regardless of what state you're in, it sounds like you have an attorney representing and advising you. So that must be respected. But as a general note, it sounds like you are going to an IME (independent medical...Read more »
Think about the person who led you to this "understanding" about Fauci's patents. That person is either ignorant or deliberately manipulating you. They are either stupid or evil. Either way, that person is not a reliable source of information. Stop listening to that person....Read more »
On the back it says it’s a violation of Federal Law to use this product inconsistent with its labeling. It kills only 4 viruses being Herpes Simplex Virus Type 2, Influenza A2/Japan, HBV, and HIV-1. None of these are Coronavirus/COVID-19 related. Therefore being a violation of Federal Law and... Read more »
I wrk for a large transportation company my manager says I am not allowed to manage or control the amount of beer I serve in a trip. That if they want 4 beers an hour per person to sell them the 4 beers. When I was hired decades ago I was taught that I was legally responsible and in control of... Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. You are astute to recognize the possible applicability of dram shop statutes in such settings. These statutes are not universal across the nation - although the general premise of assigning liability to an establishment...Read more »
I wasnt aware this product could cause this to happen because I'm either the first one to go through this, or others have not made this information and possibility known to the general public . If the company is aware of this from other silent families and have done nothing differently to... Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for three weeks. I'm sorry for your family's ordeal. Without knowing more about the product or its effects on you and your family, I'd suggest you reach out to Texas attorneys who handle product-related injury cases. The...Read more »
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