I purchased a grocery store pitted olive salad that they process in the store and source the Olives from another company. They investigated it and said that in the ingredients small print on packaging it says may have small pieces of pit or pits. They said they would give be my initial dental... Read more »
answered on Sep 18, 2022
An Arizona attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. Unless you're being presented with the opportunity of going to arbitration, one option is looking into whether the matter falls within the limits of Arizona small claims court. Another option is reaching out... Read more »
Looking to have a legal review of a 1-2 page release authorization form I've drafted. Please let me know the best way to send a copy.
answered on Apr 8, 2022
An Arizona attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. The format here is limited to general legal questions. It isn't set up to handle review of documents or make attorneys referrals. To have a document reviewed, you could search attorneys on your own or use the... Read more »
Or the phone company ? It’s an iPhone XR and it’s damaged by falling out not more than a causal walk up a staircase.
answered on Mar 24, 2022
On many legal claims you have to prove that the company did something wrong. Did the company making the sweatpants tell you or market their product as being able to securely hold the iPhone XR without falling out? Is the iPhone XR advertised to be able to securely fit in these particular... Read more »
I was involved in a car accident the car was a total loss and I was wondering if I got position in the car or does the insurance company get possession of the car also does the insurance company have the right to pay the finance company while at the time of the accident the car was not registered... Read more »
answered on Jan 22, 2022
An Arizona attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks, and you may be in a position where you need to remove the vehicle from storage. This appears to be something you might need to coordinate with the finance company if they hold a lien and possessory interest in the... Read more »
I want to be able to advertise that I will return a percentage per year on the investment. No fees.
answered on Jun 9, 2021
It depends on the type of business you have. You will need a license and registration with agencies.
Consult with an attorney.
The product is dangerous, if u would have had my ignition source in range it would have blew my face off, burned me and anyone close. First time it pelted my chest bruising it and second it grazed along the ends if my finger tips leaving a slick friction burn and almost shot my gf in her face. I... Read more »
answered on Apr 27, 2021
An Arizona attorney could answer best, but your question remains open for a week. As a general premise, an injury victim would not usually be able to base damages on injuries that "could have" been. The standard would be "actual" damages. Those types of damages generally need to... Read more »
answered on Mar 6, 2021
you can turn in the rental--and may want to. If you have your own coverage, ask about it from your insurer. However, the big issue is property damage and if you paid for that you want to know you are covered.
I was told by an endocrinologist that the gynecomastia was likely caused the nootropic I was prescribed.
I really don’t care about the money, I just want to be able to afford the surgery so I can be comfortable in my own skin again.
Thanks for your help!
answered on Feb 23, 2021
It depends on the law of the state where you live. If you have a "discovery date" it can be extended. If you were under 18 when you took it, most states give you until you are 21.
I would contact the Arizona Trial Lawyers Assn and ask for attorneys who handle pharmaceutical... Read more »
consent when they realized herage they proceeded to continue giving her the vaccine and gave her a date to return for the 2nd vaccine but took back her copies of the paper work
answered on Feb 23, 2021
You may have a technical claim, but as the vaccine has been used on millions with few side effects, you may want to consider if you don't want her to have the second dose which would be highly beneficial to her.
For advice on a claim contact the Arizona Trial Lawyers Association... Read more »
answered on Feb 14, 2021
An Arizona attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. You are describing a setting where the applicable legal theory would be based on products liability. That means the claimant tries to show a connection between use of a potentially dangerous product and a resulting... Read more »
My wife consumed a food item purchased at Frys Food and Drug store yesterday and is now feeling ill. After checking the container, we discovered the expiration date of the product is for three months prior to purchase. We have both the receipt and the container to prove time of purchase and the... Read more »
answered on Sep 13, 2019
I'm sorry about your wife's illness and the ordeal this has created for the both of you. It's difficult to say whether you have a case at this point. It would depend on what the medical determination is and what investigation of the product reveals. I hope your wife is okay and... Read more »
My son was in the Army and got hurt and had to have his whole left hip replaced. Because he was on so many pain meds he lost his life. Can I receive money from these law suits and from all the pain of losing my son and what he had do indure. Gary Phillips firstname.lastname@example.org
answered on May 23, 2019
First please ask Justia to take down your email address. You'll get all types of unwanted attention.
Second, as to your question, you need to contact the person at the Attorney General's office to see if they are filing on behalf of the state or on behalf of people in your... Read more »
answered on Feb 19, 2019
You could check with the law firm Kohn Swift & Graft to learn if a suit they are handling is the same suit you are thinking about. Their lawsuit is captioned Bianchi v. Samsung Electronics America, Inc., District of New Jersey, Civil Case No. 2:17-cv-01263.
We were married for 27 years and she was virtually a daily user of J&J Baby powder as a feminine hygiene product. What are my next steps in pursuing a case?
answered on Dec 29, 2017
Contact a member of the AzTrial Lawyers Assn who handles product liability law, or get a hold of one of the firms that has been successful in the Talcum Powder litigation.
Our catering company was hired by a client to provide food and service for 200 people. On the day of the event, our shipping company provided us the incorrect order for china dinnerware. It was in our contract to provide china and about 12 staff - Only 5 of the 12 showed up. We provided disposables... Read more »
answered on Dec 8, 2017
Seems that if you provided service, food was served, you have offered more than enough. If sued you can bring in the other company.
I'm not clear if you were to provide the staff or if someone else was. However, you've given them a meal at over 50% off so ......one of those live... Read more »
A medical office billed for two types of visits on one day, which they didn't perform. I got the bill and have sent them the dispute, called and left messages and then sent check for the one visit, writing pd in full on the check. They cashed it and now sent me a bill adding 32.00 for late... Read more »
answered on Aug 13, 2017
Your best bet, on such an insignificant claim, is to either sue in small claims court, or turn over the matter to your State consumer protection agency. Double billing can also be a crime, in certain circumstances.
Heparin was used during a triple by-pass which was very successful. Heparin caused injury to foot, blood clots throughout my body, shut down kidneys and I was put on a defibrillator to breath and almost lost my life. Everything is back to normal pretty much except left foot and tip of second toe on... Read more »
answered on Jul 18, 2017
Assuming you have a lawyer ask them. Clots are a known byproduct of surgery. Heparin is supposed to help avoid that. Suggest you consult immediately a member of the Az Trial Lawyers Assn who hanles malpractice --they give free consults ASAP if you don't have an attorney.
New tires 1yr ago as advertized are 4yrs old. Gas ignotor on fridge doesnt work. Plumbing leaks..hide snake for pipes..found it later...roof antenna is cominf off..motor in awning is bent..7prong wire for trailer is rotted..a/c doesnt get below 90 even at night. Slide out isnt square-she didnt put... Read more »
answered on Jul 13, 2017
Date stamp means date of manufacture--person could conceivably have purchased them before. I don't see a case as you buy it as is. "Excellent condition" is that person's opinion.
Do we need a certain email server? i.e., gmail, godaddy, office 365... which servers are supposed to be used?
What would be required? A tobacco license? Age validation? What steps and legal protections would be necessary in order to (safely) deliver tobacco products to users using a courier service (imagine Postmates).
answered on Oct 4, 2016
You have to be licensed by the state, have a good accounting system for tax collection. Selling out of state? May run into laws on that. Start by contacting the secretary of State's office to see what would be required from the state.
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