My mother and I were at Marshalls, my mom was looking at towels and all of a sudden multiple frames started falling on her toe. We did not inform management or associates because her toe looked fine. We got in the car and I asked if it was hurting...
Depending on the nature and severity of the injuries, maybe you should contact a personal injury lawyer near you to consult. It is always wise at the time of the incident to let management know of the problems. The problem later is whether you portray the event in a truthful manner in wrongly used wording that Marshalls will use against you to defend the case. Contact a personal injury lawyer today.See question
Husband left almost a year ago. He filed for divorce about June. I received divorce decree last Thursday.
Unclear about whether divorce decree has been entered or is a proposed one. Call an El Paso family lawyer to discuss. Should be several hundred dollars for a consultation.See question
My friend asked me to get a title loan for her so she can pay her rent. I've known the family since she was 5. She is now 28. So her and I went to the loan place and the manager knew that I was getting the loan for her. Now she doesn't wanna pay. ...
Yes. I would sue her in small claims court or call Judge Judy. Good luck.See question
I fell in the middle of the night. I finally called 2 months later and they knew nothing about it. I have a witness who heard me explain the whole situation to the MD. No one said a word. I just want my back and hip the way they were when I entere...
You should contact a medical malpractice lawyer in your area using the find a lawyer tab to discuss the details of your situation for free. Good luck.See question
Just trying to see if she can get money back for down payment
Generally, a deal is a deal. You need to look at the fine print but unless there was misrepresentation, then your friend maybe out of luck legally. There is no buyer's remorse laws or waiting period in Texas. Best to be nice and see if friend can make another deal.See question
I'm located in Texas. My land was stolen from my great grandparents about 100 years ago. I have the documentation to prove it. I was told by a lawyer that Texas has a statue of Limitations for fraud. Is that true? Can I take this case to a federa...
I am pretty confident that any claim to property not properly obtained over 100 years ago would be barred by limitations. Yet, if we are talking about the King Ranch, call a competent real estate lawyer for further advice.See question
I live in San Antonio. I am giving one of my cars to my daughter to use as she attends graduate school in Austin. I own the car, but she has bought her own auto policy which I am helping her pay. As long as she is driving it with my permission, an...
Liability is in the eyes of the beholder. Yes, you can be sued. Whether you maybe held liable or not is another question. It appears that you have the blessing of the insurer. Best avenue is to title the car in her name only to avoid any possible liability claim. Your other children's issues will have to be addressed by you as this a legal forum.See question
I was stuck on train tracks and called 911. The deputy, in turn, called for the next tow truck in rotation. The tower came out, winched me off the tracks onto his tilt-tray flatbed, then placed my car on the road. I am upset over the cost, which ...
Not worth messing with. You will incur additional storage fees if you don't deal with it now.See question
They were suppose to help me with a case but instead they seemed more worried about looking through my phone and trying to find what was being said between a partner and I.
Not unless you were damaged. Why would you give them your phone?See question
my ex-husband file a law suit for the 3 time against me . he wants full custody of my 14 yr old boy. knowing that my son will be alone all the time with no supervision . knowing the behavior of my son is not good at all.
You should consult with a family lawyer in your area for advice.See question