my ex-boyfriend bought me a house in 2009. He was married at the time but was separated. He had been living with and supporting me for 2 years prior to purchasing the home. He came into a large amount of money from his family oil lease inher...
Ask the gentleman to fund your defense. Get a lawyer ASAP.See question
I was recently involved in a head on car collision and suffered a comminuted fracture to my calcaneus. The wreck wasn't my fault at all as stated in the police report. She failed to yield when turning left into the interaction we were in. The poli...
It depends on so many factors... first and foremost the quality of your lawyer. Seek an experienced trial lawyer. Avvo rates lawyers and has a search function. Also look at the lawyer's Peer Review Rating™ in the Martindale Hubbell Legal Directory. You can also look for board certified trial lawyers at http://tbls.org.See question
My criminal DWI case is getting completely dismissed, but I lost the case against the DMV in Texas . My license will be suspended for 90 days. Do I only need the sr22 insurance for the 90 day suspension period? Lawyer told me that I only needed th...
Insurance is definitely going up. Ask your lawyer and your agent these questions.See question
Hi, My mom was receiving benefits from social security she's 65+ . Sometime last year her benefits were stopped. What would be the next process for us to do to appeal for this. Is there a certain type of lawyer that specializes in this type of i...
You need an elder care lawyer or a Social Security lawyer. Avvo rates lawyers and has a search function. Also look at the lawyer's Peer Review Rating™ in the Martindale Hubbell Legal Directory. You can also look for board certified lawyers at http://tbls.org.See question
existing executor is honest but is extremely slow in getting things done(procrastinator). The idea here is to enjoin the other sibling as co executor and make them "independent" administrators as the estate is very simple, 2 pieces of property, no...
If the executor is willing to resign, and all heirs will consent in writing to an independent administration without bond, that would be ideal. If the existing executor is not willing to step down, it will be more complex. The kids should talk to a probate lawyer.
As for serving as co-executors, they may be counseled to have one instead. In my experience, two cooks is one too many in the kitchen.See question
I was involved in a car accident with my two kids where we were hit by a semi truck. I call the police and thankfully a witness stop to talk to the police because he had saw everything and because the semi truck after it hit us tried to leave and ...
Stop talking to the trucking company and its insurer. Let a Texas personal injury trial lawyer do the talking for you. Avvo rates lawyers and has a search function. Also look at the lawyer's Peer Review Rating™ in the Martindale Hubbell Legal Directory. You can also look for board certified trial lawyers at http://tbls.org.See question
After the wreck im having neck and back problems and my knees hurt some have i waited to long to seek medical attention
Every day that passes makes the defense stronger. If you hurt, seek medical attention regardless of whether or not you intend to pursue legal claims. Then seek an experienced trial lawyer. Avvo rates lawyers and has a search function. Also look at the lawyer's Peer Review Rating™ in the Martindale Hubbell Legal Directory. You can also look for board certified trial lawyers at http://tbls.org.See question
I have a bill of sale for a truck and the owner has filed for a misplaced title but I had the truck parked at a friends house and before I had it towed to be repaired he got it fixed, went and filed for a bonded title and got insurance on it and i...
Try Temple PD or the Bell County DA. You can also sue for damages in a civil suitSee question
Received letter from insurance that they settled property damage and want to understand what it means
Texas liability insurers rarely obtain a release when settling a property damage claim. People often get sued for personal injuries after their liability insurer has settled a related property damage claim.
Texas law requires a liability insurer to send a statutory notice to the insured after a claim is settled. That may be what you received, but I couldn't say without reviewing it.
If a person is sued for a potentially covered claim, that person should promptly notify his or her liability insurer, in writing, sending a copy of the lawsuit under a cover letter demanding that the liability insurer hire a lawyer to defend the lawsuit and that the liability insurer indemnify its insured for any judgment (this is why we buy liability insurance). The insured should obtain confirmation that the liability insurer actually received the letter and the lawsuit papers (e.g. certified mail receipt, fax transmission receipt, e-mail acknowledging receipt). If the insurer refuses to defend the case, or ignores the demand, the insured needs to promptly hire his or her own lawyer to defend the lawsuit and investigate potential claims against the liability insurer.See question
I am one of 7 owners on a single family residence-long story short-the owners cannot agree to sell and I am forced to file a lawsuit to compel a sale of the property. The house is vacant and I am paying the taxes and insurance-
Depending on how the you hold your share of the property, you may be able to represent yourself. But why would you? This is a complex area of the law.
The timeframe from start to finish is subject to many variable. Almost undoubtedly, it will go faster with an experienced lawyer on your side.
Seek an experienced real estate lawyer. Avvo rates lawyers and has a search function. Also look at the lawyer's Peer Review Rating™ in the Martindale Hubbell Legal Directory.See question