I have a car to a person as a gift for helping my mom. That person never transferred the title. He had tried to sell the car And had also been arrested on drug charges while in the car
If you gave the car to this person and have proof of that gift (which a title transfer would have been good or a bill of sale or an admission that it was "his" car), then you should be absolved of responsibility. But, if you loaned the car to him and he is a bad driver or an irresponsible person (drug user, etc.), and you knew it, you can be held responsible under a theory of negligent entrustment. Did you have insurance on the car? Did he? If so, the insurance company covering the vehicle will likely provide a lawyer for both of you, on a negligence claim, if needed.See question
We were driving on Woodmen road headed to 25 South. We were in the left lane at the red light and another car ran into the back of us while we were still stopped... My husband and I are going to seek medical attention for our neck and back due to...
Not only YES, but HELL YES! Don't try to handle this yourself. Statistics show that getting a good Personal Injury lawyer to help you with your claim will increase your recover by an average of 250%. Insurance companies will try to settle with you below the value of your claim. Plus, depending on your situation, you may need a lawyer to help you find a good doctor or chiropractor that will work with payment options or health insurance so you can get well.See question
I am moving to Wyoming the storage in Colorado has a gate lock out time of 9pm I was moving and had some selfs collapse at 830.pm couldn't get everything loaded and had no lock to secure the unit. Went to Wyoming and didn't make it back until Frid...
Sorry to hear that. Sounds like theft to me. The rental unit was yours until the end of the month and if the maintenance guy removed property from it before then, he was stealing. You can sue in small claims court under a replevin theory to get the property back or under a theory of civil theft to get compensated for it. You could also contact the police and see if charges could be filed. Better than trying to handle it yourself, you should contact an attorney in the area who practices in general civil litigation and get some help.See question
In may of this year I shared an apartment with my soon to be ex husband. We got into an altercation and him and I know have a no contact order. I asked my leasing office repeatedly to take me off of the lease and they said no. I started staying wi...
Obviously, you need to seek out a good lawyer who has landlord-tenant knowledge and experience, especially if your landlord starts an eviction action against your boyfriend. But, in my opinion, your landlord will not do that because from what you say, it has no grounds with which to evict your boyfriend. As for you, I suspect you were named in the eviction action along with your ex, so you need to defend against that. Do not delay in getting a good lawyer out of the Denver area.See question
We purchased a home with cash from husbands inheritance both our names on home does he automatically get it
He will probably get most of the equity in the house because inheritance is not something you earned together as husband and wife, but something he received independent of the marriage, and you were together in the house such a short time.See question
want to know if I can get my check?
You need to submit more information or consult an AVVO recommended landlord tenant attorney.See question
About three weeks ago, another vehicle collided with mine in a parking lot and this other party cracked my strut, and they damaged the fender, and passenger side door. After sending his insurance pictures of the damage, photos of the intersection,...
In my opinion, yes. Anytime you have to deal with an insurance company on an issue of contested liability, you need an advocate on your side who knows what she is doing. Insurance companies will try to strongarm you into a low settlement when, if it really isn't your fault, you should not agree to discounted justice. You can also claim loss of use of your vehicle, which is what your vehicle may be worth to you on a daily basis, like a rental car. You may even need a rental car to get back and forth to work while you are litigating the property damage settlement.See question
I have in my possession a letter from my landlord where he promises to pay the rent where he has chosen for me to live after he evicts me. is that letter binding in court. thanx
A contract is enforceable, a illusory promise is not. The difference is whether you gave up anything to offset your landlord paying your rent elsewhere. If you choose to move out early for example, because he wants to convert the building into a business, then yes. You should see an attorney for an analysis of this issue with all relevant facts.See question
workers Comp Claim because of the extent of the case and has been denied other medical benefits I myself felt that I needed to as well as the Doctor who referred me was question and was denied benefits by the insurance co to see a Psychiatric doctor
Work comp carriers can deny a referral. It happens all the time. They are not supposed to direct medical care, but can deny a particular evaluation or procedure if their medical advisors have a good reason for the denial. You could file for a hearing on the issue and possibly get them to pay for the referred care. You could also get the care yourself, but you will pay for it yourself too. You need to hire a good WC attorney asap to help with this issue.See question