This question is quite vague and without more, an appropriate response can't be given. However, many contracts have contingencies, so if there was one related to the down payment, then that could cause it to change. For instance, if a car lot agrees to a down payment of $5,000, so long as you...Read more »
I’m glad to hear they found the hit and run driver. There should be an amended accident report from the resulting arrest with the driver’s information and their insurance company. You can file a claim against their auto insurance carrier to get compensated for your vehicle and injuries as a...Read more »
He has been taking them for his headache and he has been so sleepy barely keep his eyes open and when he sits down hes out he works on machinery and welds this could have been turned into an accident if not had realized it was differnt meds he took one yesterday and couldnt get up and go to work... Read more »
A Georgia attorney could answer best, but your post remains open for two weeks. From the description here, it isn't fully clear how the zolpiden tartrate and aspirin got mixed up. I'm glad your boyfriend is okay and nothing serious came of the mix-up. You could reach out to a Georgia...Read more »
I'm sorry to hear about your car. If you were injured while working, then you have a workers' compensation claim. If the injury was serious, you should speak with a lawyer to bring your claim immediately. If you were not working, but you were seriously injured, then you will need a...Read more »
They replaced my pipes about 10 months ago and said they couldn't get to one area, so they just tied into the existing pipe. I discovered a leak about a week ago and they came to fix the problem yesterday. The fitting from where they connected to the old pipe burst and caused water damage and... Read more »
No way to know online and without an inspection. However, it would seem that the problem was the pressure brought in by the new line was too much for the old line to handle. Professionals should know this. Yet, it appears that you knew about it and gave your consent to proceed.
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. As a general matter, the least costly route is usually to try to resolve the matter with the company's customer service. If that isn't possible, then you have a few options, such as hiring an attorney to...Read more »
I am going to purchase the lift from a dealer. Have it professionally installed and enclose it. This will be for a 2 story residential dwelling. I will get it inspected. The question really is do I still have a stair requirement?
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. If you are unable to consult with an attorney on this, a Georgia architect could possibly offer guidance about where to research building codes, fire safety codes, or other applicable statutory authority. Good luck...Read more »
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for three weeks. It would be difficult for an attorney to advise based on these brief facts. An attorney might need to see any denials of claims, the written warranty, repair(s) or defect(s) that form the basis of your company's...Read more »
I sold a car to a friend but the deal was the title would remain in my name until he paid it off. I just found out he has been driving the vehicle uninsured and he has had an at-fault wreck involving other vehicles with injuries. Can I be sued?
I attended a Christmas party hosted by someone and during the party, I stood on the pool table for a few seconds. The owner of the house the host had his event at has a picture of me on the table and is trying to charge for damages to the table. The party was hosted by someone else. It was his... Read more »
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. As a general matter, you should not be held liable, unless you did something out of the ordinary to break the floor. From the sound of it, it appears to be a structural failure that would under most any circumstances...Read more »
My Mom suffered through year's of multiples Doctor's induced illnesses/injuries that resulted in her Death. She was systematically medically murdered. Motive Medical Exploitation for False Claims Act and Retaliations, and Doctors covering for doctors against my Elderly Mother, Minnie L... Read more »
Whose name is the title in? The Registration in? You have got yourself in an awkward situation --best outcome is that you get to sue her for the payments. You need to notify her that she is responsible for maintaining the car, making the payments, and if she doesn't you may make the payments...Read more »
I took pictures and got there information myself. So the police werent called. When I filed the claim they couldn't find an active policy. My insurance is asking for the police report saying it may be required. But if they presented insurance at the time of the accident I wouldn't have... Read more »
You are required to file a report within 30-60 days under most policies. If it's not over that file one. Second, ask DMV to have the guy's license & tags suspended. If he has a policy that should do it. Last but not least contact a member of the Md. Assn for Justice-they give free consults.
I currently have a St. Jude defibrillator that is part of their recall for faulty batteries (my 2nd faulty St Jude). There are multiple law firms organizing class action suits. Are they all the same or are there important things that I need to know before choosing one to represent me?
You need to see what they have handled so far. Some have a solid reputation for product liability work and some are just hangers on, hoping to scoop up clients who they'll then have someone else take care of. Are the attorneys members of the Ga. Trial Lawyers Assn and the American Association...Read more »
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