We got pulled over last December and my boyfriend doesn't have a license.. he got a ticket for no insurance even though I had insurance, the officer just didn't wait for me to pull it up and wrote the ticket, then said we could just show the insu...
Probably not. I'd recommend that he take care of the warrant.See question
The principal deceased with a will leaving the property to his spouse, which she disable by the doctors mentally, then leaving the property to his grandson after both of them pass away. The executor with the universal power of attorney is the fath...
This all sounds very questionable to me. I would have an attorney look into this without delay. I would be concerned about statutes of limitation on this, which can affect the ability to pursue an issue or case if too much time has elapsed.See question
My grandparents had 5 children (lets just say J, B ,L, G, R) 3 of which are deceased. Both grandparents are deceased as well with no will. J -still living B - still living L - deceased no children G- deceased 6 children R - dece...
J gets a bunch
B gets a bunch
G's Children get some
R's Children get a little
That said, I would make sure I got my share before J sells the property and the land becomes money, which has a way of disappearing.
The estate should probably be divided up "Per Stirpes". You need to speak to a lawyer that knows what that means.See question
Own 14% of stock in a NY corporation. State Dept say Corporation has been dissolved. Company still holds valuable real estate and has generated over 1,500,000 from 1999 to present. No dividends have been paid to me. Majority shareholders have loot...
My firm has handled many cases like this and do take some cases on contingency. You should speak with attorneys and find one with whom you feel comfortable. I would not waste time because the money gets harder to track down over time.See question
In 2007 my daughter was born 15 months later we found out my daughter had brain damage after she had a seizure and was told it was inutero stroke that it happen before she was born we didn't understand all of this and about 1 month ago i seen a co...
Wow. That sounds like a very good case. As an attorney, I would have to have my medical experts review everything but if the injury was caused by the lack of Vitamin K that they should have had then your daughter and family might have a great case.
Don't waste time. Statute of Limitation might be an issue in your case but there are potentially ways around that.See question
I have been charged with embezzlement the amount is over 37,000 dollars. I have not been found guilty but I did admit my wrong for my part of it. I have never been any kind of trouble at all this will be my first offense.
Shhh.... keep quiet on the internet and in real life and find the best defense attorney you can afford.See question
My 1 year old grabbed my coffee that I had just poured myself at our hotel lobbies breakfast bar. We spent 6 days in a hospital for 2-3 degree burns on her face, arm, chest, and leg. We are now at home but still taking care of the burns just as we...
Almost certainly, no. If the coffee was within a legal temperature, I can't think of anything that the hotel did wrong.
Still, talk to an attorney in your jurisdiction.See question
I began my maternity leave the week of Christmas 2015. At that time I was to be paid for the remainder of 2015, along with two unused sick days due to be paid out. I was then to receive 3 weeks and 6 sick days paid for 2016. I have not been paid s...
You should talk to a lawyer. It sounds like you are very likely to have a solid case but without reviewing everything no attorney would be able to say definitively. In the past in similar cases we have been able to get not only what the individual employee was cheated out of but also more in terms of exemplary or punitive damages or liquidated damages that are available for this type of case. Generally, attorneys that handle these kind of cases will work on a contingency agreement where they don't get paid unless you do.
There is absolutely no harm in talking to an attorney and discussing your rights and claims.See question
I was hit by a drunk driver. They were going 67 and I was going 35.
It sounds like you are entitled to a sizable amount. There are many factors that might increase or decrease the amount. You have one of the unusual cases in Texas where there might not be a limit on exemplary damages. Still, there might be issues with collectability. These questions should be addressed to your lawyer. If you do not have one, you need to start speaking to attorneys immediately. There are many potentially complicated issues in your case related to exemplary damages, damage caps, collectability, Stower's demands and other technical issues.
Make sure that you are careful with the attorney that you choose on your case because there are many very specific and technical issues related to your case.See question
A woman slammed into the back of my car while me and my daughter were in it. I saw a doctor and was treated. My daughter saw a doctor as well. My car sustained damage, I got an estimate but have not done the repairs yet. The insurance company mail...
If you have a claim for injuries (and possibly even just property) you need a lawyer. The answer to your question is that they are PROBABLY overreaching but unless you are familiar with the proper objections and Texas Code of Civil Procedure you likely will not know what to say or do to prevent it. I would talk to an attorney before your case is compromised.See question