My car was towed from a Parking lot. It was towed b/c the police knocked on the window after hours to get a signature from employee to tow my car b/c it was "stolen". It was not stolen nor did the police do this. I have proof from HPD to that affect. Furthermore the tow cost me my job, as I could not afford the tow charge. ALSO statelaw requires signs posted warning that towing was enforced. There were no signs posted. This is reason I won the tow hearing,and the defense used about the police involvement got the judge riled. She told them that the police do not need permission to tow a stolen car. I calculate damages at 2k: 1. loss of use of car 2. Lost wages. And that is low low. This type case allows Att. to collect hourlly rates. I filled the lawsuit. D'fendent wont pay to stop copy cat
Trucking Accident Lawyer
the best source for you to find an attorney would the the local county bar association. most have referral lists.
Personal Injury Lawyer
The laws are specific on towing in Texas. They have to have the signs on either side of ALL entrances. They have to be conspicuous.
The first step is to ask for a tow hearing, which is cheap and easy. The second step is a civil suit, which is much more work, but can wind up rewarding you with a $1000 plus 3x the fees.
Find an attorney who is knowledgeable in this field of the law as soon as you can. As you already know, the law is very specific on this matter and you seem to be already half way home.
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Sexual Harassment Attorney
I found two resources for you:
http://www.texastowingcompliance.com/ Pat Johnson non-attorney expert on towing?
Hope this helps.
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