Your post says Texas. You first need to contact the attorney, find out the breakdown between wrongful death and survivorship. Find out if the Az tax people agreed to the split. Contact a CPA in your state.
After the dog got out she told me I am going to shoot your dog so I quickly tried to get my dog back in the yard but the dog ran across the street into a vacant lot I grabbed my keys drove in that direction saw the dog in rearview mirror headed back to the house turned around pulled into my drive... Read more »
my son passed and i already have a lawyer wanting to look into his case however my sons father and i are not together and we are on very bad terms, i just want to know am i allowed to pursue with the lawyer without involving my child's father?
My brother was hazed/bullied by Marines during a deployment to Iraq. The investigations confirm he called his commander for help 20 seconds before he died and his commander told him to go back to work and hung up. I have evidence that the investigators intentionally witheld witness statements,... Read more »
The estate would have a right to bring suit under the Federal Tort Claims Act. Contact a member of the Texas Trial Lawyers Assn who handles death cases involving the military. They give free consultations.
On March 24th of this year my son was hit and killed by a drunk driver. The drunk driver did have the minimum amount of insurance required by Texas state law. At this time there are two liens on record at the Nueces county clerk's office.Also I was sent a letter from the ins. company dated May 15,... Read more »
You have a lawyer. Sit down and meet with him. Find out if there was someone who supplied the drunk that can be sued. If the car your son was in was a recent model, ask him if there is a crashworthiness case.
You should contact a member of the Texas Trial Lawyers Asssn for the county where it happened--they give free consults. Reason is there may be culpability on whoever served the drunk or sold him alcohol if he was drunk already; there may be a "crashworthiness" case. Talk to a TTLA member.
he was on drugs and we had a domestic disturbance and Hpd told us he has to be separated for 24 hours so they asked him where he wanted to go, so my brother told them about his questionable friend and thats where they took him and we found next day dead(it was not overdose he was bleeding from his... Read more »
I don't see it under those circumstances. They aren't responsible for who your brother would tell them he should be dropped off at. But contact a member of the Texas Trial Lawyers Assn--they give free consults.
My mom even though she didn't want to let my aunt give away my dog, because he kept getting out. At the time he was a puppy and still in the learning process and we were trying to teach him not to, but my aunt was impatient and wanted to give him away and that's what happened. She never told us... Read more »
We we're told that she had head trauma and multiple deep wounds... She had to be put down.. Is there anything i can do so our neighbors get rid of their dog we hava a 2year old kid who sometimes is in the backyard with the pups it could've easily been her. Help!
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