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Robert Andre Fleury Jr.

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  • What would a likely settlement be from my car accident?

    I was involved in a car accident, where the driver ran a red light and tboned my car. The driver had a revoked license and tried to leave the scene, but was caught. There are about 5 witnesses that spoke to police.Both cars are totaled. I was at ...

    Robert’s Answer

    Let me first say that I'm very sorry you're having to deal with this. You now know how upsetting and difficult a car wreck can be, and you're the one stuck with the pain and inconvenience of it all. I agree with several of my colleagues who have replied about determining the extent of the damage to that disc. Hopefully you recover from physical therapy with little residual pain, but that is not always the case. Another factor to consider is which insurance company is responsible for paying. All insurance companies are not equal, believe me, and many of them will try to pay you less if you're unrepresented. If they don't pay enough, you may have to file a lawsuit. Be careful, and if you have further questions, get a consultation with a lawyer. Most personal injury lawyers will be glad to speak with you with no strings attached, and without requiring payment up front.

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  • Any attorneys in Colorado Springs for property loss of vehicle?

    I was in an auto accident on 1/29/15 and the other driver was cited and at fault. I have an attorney for my personal injury but they are not helping with my property loss. The insurance company of the at fault driver is offering me much less th...

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    I would call the McDivitt firm, they are friends of ours and could surely send you to the right person if they' can't take your case. I hope that helps!

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  • What can i do if my apartment is infested with cockroaches?

    Ive told the leasing office to take care of it but they just send a exterminator and he does nothing but put poison on cabinet hinges. They do come every other week but there method is not getting rid of them. Also I have asked them 4x to calk al...

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    I agree with the other poster about forming a group to complain together. There must be a source for these bugs, and it might be one of the tenant's apartments. It may require finding the source before you're going to get any relief.

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  • Can I evict my roomate for doing illegal activities and not paying rent without going thru the normal eviction process?

    My roomate hasnt paid rent there is no rental agreement, (verbal only) and she is an escort girl (prostitute) she has an add on an agency web site. there is a lot people going in and out of the place, her boyfriend is a high risk parolle on probat...

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    If you call the cops, it might speed things along.

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  • Is a rental agreement legal. If the landlord only typed their name on it and did not physical sign it.

    On our rental agreement. I have notice that my landlord only wrote in the date by they name and they name was typed on the document and not hand written is this legal binding.

    Robert’s Answer

    It may not be as cut and dry as whether it's valid or not because it's typed. Often courts consider other factors than just that to determine if a contract is valid.

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  • Building inspections to convert illegal basement

    I purchased a house (single family/owner occupied) with a finished basement, but there was never a permit taken to have the work done. As per the Dept of Buildings request I applied for a permit to covert the space into a legal basement. Now, I...

    Robert’s Answer

    It might be a good idea to get a GC to come in first, look it over, and if he/she thinks it's going to pass, ask them to talk with the inspector. Often those folks have good relationships and can get things passed through quickly. It you're not a licensed contractor, you might miss something that the inspector is concerned about.

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  • Can the Association remove a member of the board by majority vote?

    We are are small condo building (12 units) & the majority of the unit owners want to remove a board member. This board member slows down everything that the board tries to do to repair issues & or address issues that Unit owners are having & we ar...

    Robert’s Answer

    Often, the actual by-laws or constitution of the HOA will govern that process. Get a copy of those to start with, and see if they give you guidance.

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  • WHAT IS ADVERSE POSSESSION ON A PROPERTY TO OWN IT (FLORIDA)

    I've recently seen on the news that a "squatter" thought he had legal right to a property because of "adverse possession". Also a city council member was on the news stating that he owns 4 houses using this technique but use it place homeless vete...

    Robert’s Answer

    In most states, there is a process for adverse possession. It will vary by jurisdiction, sometimes taking as long as 21 years of open and notorious occupancy. Generally, if the owner of the land gives some type of approval to the squatter, it resets the time clock. If you're interested, contact a property law teacher at a local law school and they'll tell you all about it for your state.

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  • I went to my court date and the date had been changed. She gave me the wrong date.I have written proof When I discovered this I

    webt to court to rectify the problem. I was never heard , arrested for fta and spent 6 hours in jail can i sue

    Robert’s Answer

    I agree with the other poster... This is something you should consult a local attorney to discuss.

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  • Switching lawyers???

    I was in two automobile accidents in the past month the first one i was dealing with a lawyer that i had dealt with in the past. When I was involved in my second accident I decided to go with this lawyer that my brother and mother was telling me I...

    Robert’s Answer

    While I'm not familiar with your situation or your lawyer, the folks at Hughes and Coleman are good guys, and could give you some guidance.

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