Edward J. Kazaleh
STRONG & EFFECTIVE LEGAL WORK
About Edward J. KazalehEDWARD J. KAZALEH is an Attorney, Mediator and Arbitrator who offers tremendous business, legal and real world expertise to his clients. KAZALEH & ASSOCIATES, LLP provides Legal Representation of BUSINESSES and INDIVIDUALS for REAL ESTATE, COMMERCIAL, PERSONAL INJURY, LITIGATION, CONSTRUCTION, OIL & GAS, PIPELINE, INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY and certain IMMIGRATION LEGAL MATTERS. Our Clients are in the United States and International. GO TO OUR WEB SITE: www.BizLaw.Pro Our particular strengths are: CONSTRUCTION DISPUTES AND DEFECT LAW & ARBITRATION- REAL ESTATE & PROPERTY LAW - COMMERCIAL & BUSINESS LAW - INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY, TRADEMARKS & PATENTS - MEDIATION,ARBITRATION & DISPUTE RESOLUTION - ENGINEERING & CONSTRUCTION LAW - U.S. IMMIGRATION LAW - Investors EB-5 Investors Green Card BANKRUPTCY - Chapter 11 & Chapter 7 OIL & GAS LAW - US FOREIGN CORRUPT PRACTICES ACT -
Directory Practice Areas
- Arbitration & Mediation
- Broker Fraud
- Business Law
- Construction Law
- Consumer Law
- Energy, Oil and Gas
- Intellectual Property
- International Law
- Medical Malpractice
- Personal Injury
- Products Liability
- Real Estate Law
Additional Practice Areas
- Car Accidents
- Insurance Bad Faith
- Credit Cards Accepted
- Contingent Fees
- We handle all INJURY and some Commercial / Collections Matters on a Contingency Fee Basis. No Fee if No Recovery!
- Free Consultation
- ALWAYS ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS!!! Just Call to Set up a FREE CONSULT or EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org - ONLY A REAL LAWYER WILL RESPOND -
- Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
- OUR FEES ARE VERY REASONABLE; EITHER HOURLY, CONTINGENCY (PERCENTAGE), OR, FLAT FIXED-FEE ; WE ARE FLEXIBLE!
|Principal Partner, KAZALEH & ASSOCIATES|
|South Texas College of Law||J.D.|
|University of Texas - Austin||B.S.||CIVIL ENGINEERING|
|Honors: Construction Management - Environmental - Geotechnical|
|Appointed||TEXAS SUPREME COURT UNAUTHORIZED PRACTICE OF LAW SUBCOMMITTEE D-4||2012-Current|
|Network Attorney, Texas Legal Protection Plan|
|Plan Network Attorney - Texas, US LAW LEGAL SERVICES|
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- Last 30 Days: 5th
- Last 7 Days: 4th
- Overall: 30 Answers
- This Year: 30 Answers
- Last 30 Days: 30 Answers
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Q: I won a wrongful termination suit against a texas company. i never recieved any payment and was told they filed bankrupt
A: Please note: according to the State of Texas Mr. Bres.... is not licensed as an Attorney at Law and can not lawful give advice or assist in legal work here. Please consult a Texas lawyer... You need to contact the Attorney who represented you in the termination case in Texas in writing asking them if they are enforcing the Judgment or if not, why not? They have a likely legally assigned ownership interest in a potential Judgment and you have to respect that contract if they worked on a contingency fee. If another Attorney steps into this matter without them releasing their potential claims/interest, that attorney and your could be sued. If you can't reach the Attorney who did the case for you after trying repeatedly in writing, then have a licensed Texas Attorney send them a letter asking if they are waiving their claimed interest from the case. If so, then with that written release, you can proceed with getting a new TEXAS lawyer. If your asked to sign anything giving a percentage of anything to a non-Texas and as such non-licensed lawyer, please file a complaint with the State Bar of Texas Unauthorized Practice of Law committee. I very much doubt that contract could be lawfully enforced since such an action is a potential crime.
Q: I owe by dentist a balance on previous dental work, is he required to send copies of my records to new dentist.
A: The prior Attorney does not show as licensed in Texas and as such can not lawfully give anyone legal advice related to Texas laws. You are by law to be provided with the medical or dental records for a small fee as set out by State law. A dentist can not withhold records or refuse to give them unless paid. Report him or her to the State Board of Dental Examiners, and if it persists, sue them. Records provided to another Dentist by law are FREE. Have the new dentist request it and keep tract if the first one defames you!
Q: My company I worked for is out of business or bankrupct and I need my w2s phones are disconnected.
A: You can contact the Trustee in the bankruptcy in writing and ask about that. Whoever is administering the bankrupt co. estate (usually bankruptcy trustee appointed by court) will have to handle that. You can also file with estimates to get things moving and amend later. Figure out which bankruptcy federal court is handling that and get the name of the trustee from there. Look for District Clerk, US bankruptcy court in the one closest to you.
Q: How do you come up with a dollar amount for a personal injury case?
A: You don't... overwhelming most cases filed in Court never succeed in getting a recovery with the pro-insurance system in place in Texas. Ask your lawyer IF you have a case. Then depending on the case type, a general rule of thumb MAY be the looking at amount of damages, lost work, impairments, medical treatment costs and future medical. Many auto cases are simply getting only a few hundred dollars in settlement offers unless there is an attorney. Then, ask the Attorney to evaluate the specific matter. If it has gone on this long, I hope you got it solved already !!
Q: I won a psersonal injury lawsuit. my attorney keep telling me that they have appealed. where can i find info on case
A: From your own attorney is a written letter, fax or email... You are owed that information and copies of all documents including any notice of appeal filed. The rest of the answer depends on which type or court you are in and where... No other attorney can ethically communicate with you about the specifics of your case if you have active legal representation. Go to your own attorney... in writing!
Q: I had a civil case scheduled before the judge on January 31st. I found out that my attorney didn't file a dispute nor
A: Wow, that sounds pretty strange. I'm sorry you are having to deal with all of this. Surely there was some communication with your along the way? I just saw this question and it is outside of your time frame you cited. Did you file a motion to reconsider or notice of appeal or get another lawyer? I hope so. If not, you may have a possible claim against your own attorney for negligence/malpractice. If you have no attorney now and the potential deadline has passed, I'd like to discuss this further. Please email me: email@example.com
Q: Certificate of Naturalization based on 1 parent who is US Citizen
A: Your question can have multiple answers. He may already be a US Citizen if the following is true: If born abroad to ONE U.S. citizen, if all of the following are true: He is under 18 and never married... • One parent was a U.S. citizen when he was born; • You lived at least 5 years in the United States before he was born; and • At least 2 of those 5 years in the United States were after age 14. The record of birth abroad, if registered with a U.S. consulate or embassy, is proof of your citizenship. You may also apply for a passport to have his citizenship recognized. OR ALTERNATIVE, If you were not a US Citizen when he was born, or other terms are not me, there are other ways to go... I have a partner who does immigration law and we would be glad to assist you for a low flat fee if you wish to go forward. Please just email me... We work on Sundays too!!! Edward
Q: Is the Lien holder liable for property taxes if the buyer fails to pay them?
A: Generally, No. That is not saying that the contracts among the parties could not make them liable if it was all agreed to. If you are asking if the taxing entity will go after you, they will only go after the property itself if it remains unpaid long enough to become a tax lawsuit.
Q: By law, how long does a Real Estate company have to deposit rent into the Mortgage owners account?
A: I hope you got this answered already since it has been a while... Generally Real Estate licensed persons or companies have to deposit the funds in the account of their client, a special trust or escrow account or with their principal's written permission and direct instruction, elsewhere. Mostly, payments go into Trust accounts and must be deposited in 48 hours. If you have problem with these issues, please call the Texas Real Estate Commission or go online to their website. www.trec.texas.gov