The drunk driver, not the driver's insurer, is responsible for the injuries that the driver caused. Until you sue the driver and secure a judgment against the driver, you cannot proceed against the driver's insurer.
The statute of limitations for negligence is two years. So, if you wait more than two years to sue the driver, the insurer will be off the hook.
Word to the wise, get yourself an attorney to write a demand letter to the driver, and copy the insurer.
The legal analysis will start with the agreement. An agreement like what you describe may or may not be valid and may or may not cover your off hours intellectual property. Give the agreement to an attorney in Houston. You can consult with a Houston attorney by visiting the Houston Bar Association at the following web link:
If through your own negligence, your car is totaled, why should your employer pay anything? For you to establish liability on your employer's part, you would have to show that your employer was somehow at fault for the accident. Simply because your employer asked that you use your own car does not obligate your employer to pay for your negligence.
You need to specify more facts that show that your employer is somehow at fault, aside from simply asking that you use your own car. Your...
You don't explain what the issues are. But, keep in mind that your boyfriend's attorney owes fiduciary and ethical obligations to your boyfriend, and no fiduciary and not so much ethical obligations to you.
That is why an attorney cannot represent multiple parties unless their interests are aligned, and they waive potential conflicts.
Get your own attorney to review whatever the transaction is or whatever is proposed.
Retain an attorney ASAP. The landlord owes implied obligations as to the habitability of the premises. The landlord's general liability insurance likely covers the damages. But, you (preferably the attorney that you retain) have to write to the landlord to set out the facts and to request that the landlord put its insurer on notice.
There may be a defense that your boyfriend was somehow contributorily negligent or that somehow you were negligent or responsible. The attorney that you...
Theoretically, your father could be subject to penalties for perjury, but you are probably better served by winning the war instead of focusing on a particular battle. If you father has stated as fact things which are not true, focus on proving that your father's statements are not true. Get admissible records from the CPS, police, etc., to disprove the statements. You will need a transcription of the hearing with your father's misstatements under oath, so check with the court reporter....
You can file suit in small claims court as long as the amount that you seek is less than $10,000. For rental claims, each month is a new claim, so you don't have to seek more than will fit within the small claims court jurisdiction.
I assume that your property management company had the tenants sign standard form Texas Apartment Association leases. You can review a standard form TAA lease at the following web address:
I strongly suggest that you have one attorney represent you for everything. Otherwise, things will fall through the cracks and coordination problems will happen. The defendants will invariably blame injuries or your damages on another accident or contend that they were pre-existing. One attorney with knowledge about all three accidents will help to avoid those problems.
If you are not satisfied with your current attorney, retain one in whom you have trust. But, you will have to resolve...
The statute of limitations for negligence is two years from the date of the injury. If the injury occurred less than two years ago, go see a personal injury attorney immediately to advise you of your rights. If the injury occurred more than two years ago, the statute of limitations may have lapsed on certain claims. If the day care center committed misrepresentation or fraud concerning the cause of the injury, the statute of limitations is four years for those causes of action.