answered on Feb 9, 2023
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. It could depend on what type of matter you have. If an attorney is willing to handle things on a contingency basis, that usually means the legal fee is a percentage of recovery, paid at the end. There is also small... Read more »
answered on Dec 29, 2022
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for five weeks. Depending on the amount, you could look into small claims court. Nationwide, most civil courts have small claims sections designed for do-it-yourself claimants. Good luck
I called today as I still have not received any payment confirmation, court documentation, such as satisfaction of judgement, etc. and was trying to figure out why. The day payment was made I was told by this company my wire transfer was successful and applied to account.
Today though,... Read more »
It was during DragonCon and I had only been there for 10 minutes. I was going up to the room and the elevator went down and stop real hard. One guy in the elevator said this was the second time it happened he was on it the first time. We were stuck in between floors. It was extremely hot in there... Read more »
answered on Sep 21, 2022
You may have a claim for negligent infliction of emotional distress. Some states have the impact rule which requires that there be a physical injury in order to recover for emotional distress. You should retain counsel to investigate if you have a viable claim.
I am getting divorced. I want to take the air conditioner but they are refusing because it was bought under their credit but I paid for it in full. Would I be legally allowed to take the item?
answered on Aug 30, 2022
This is personal property that is marital property and must be determine in the terms of your divorce, either by agreement or by a judge's order.
I have a CS order that state medical cost are to be split 50/50. I am looking for a judgement for repayment.
answered on May 2, 2022
You may be able to do that. Contact your local court to inquire about the process.
The attendant said that they are not liable for damage to vehicles over ten years in age. Some solid device smashed into the side of the car and busted the driver's side outside mirror assembly. They even stopped the automatic conveyor machine because they heard the loud "POP" sound... Read more »
answered on Apr 8, 2022
If the car wash had warning signs (essentially liability waivers) in reasonable view, then you likely assumed the risk of damage to your vehicle by using the car wash. Thus, the car wash is not liable.
The prosecutors have no evidence besides the fact that I knew where the key was. (Under the front door mat)
They said I pawned it off. I have never been to any pawn shops ever.
Can I ask the detective to swab for fingerprints because I know I never touched it?
The... Read more »
Ex is suing me for items of furniture that belongs to me claiming it belongs to him and for items that have never been in my home and even a cat that he took me to adopt because I rejected him the other day when he came back to my house and I told him to leave or I would call the police
answered on Oct 13, 2021
Most people in your situation meet with an attorney who can defend them against the lawsuit.
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The woman charged was tricked into using it under instruction of her boyfriend who was responsible for finding my wallet
answered on Oct 3, 2021
This depends on several factors. However, contacting the prosecutor's office and letting them know that you don't want her to be charged is a first step. You can request to fill out a non-prosecution affidavit, but ultimately it is up to the prosecution to determine if they will dismiss... Read more »
Property management company currently managing apartment complex in Marietta GA is in violation of tenant lease agreement. Principal address of the business is listed in UT; registered agent is a corporation by the name C T Corporation System in Lawrenceville GA. Gwinnett County sheriff is said to... Read more »
answered on Aug 24, 2021
CT Corporation is a company that acts as registered agent for thousands of companies throughout the country. The deputy certainly knows how to serve CT Corp. You are likely drafting your lawsuit pleadings incorrectly. You do not sue CT Corp, you sue the company and serve CT Corp which then gets... Read more »
When we were married we shared a phone plan. He made all the payments. When I left I took the phone I had and switched my number over to a new phone. Now he threatens me with suing me because I took the phone and also won’t pay him $659 for the phone itself. Can he do that?
answered on Jul 25, 2021
This issue should have been resolved through the divorce.
How can I collect my small claims settlement properly? This was a from a car accident in 2019 was put on continuance due to my being ill and then the courts were closed due to COVID19.
I won my case in court (finally) and have not heard from the defendant's insurance company or lawyer... Read more »
answered on May 28, 2021
Congratulations on your success in Magistrate Court. Winning is one thing. Collecting is another. Unfortunately, you have found this to be the situation in your case. Worse, there is no way at all any of us can provide any assistance to you. We always have to adapt our actions to the needs of... Read more »
Due to the store manager's negligence or carelessness they actually gave my machine to another customer and claim they can't get that customer to bring it back. Evidently we both took our matching machines in to be serviced at the same time. They refuse to replace my machine with a new... Read more »
answered on May 1, 2021
Make sure that you are actually dealing with a c o r p o r a t i o n and not simply a "business." Corporations are actual legal entities that have been registered with the GA Secretary of State. Note that OCGA 14-2-510 addresses actual corporations. Registered with the state. Not just... Read more »
Hello I put in a claim with at fault insurance for damages to my car, they deny me in 2 days. Almost 2 months later they change it to 60%, I reject it because their client was fully at fault. A year later the person that was driving my car wins his personal injury claim for $25k, six months after I... Read more »
My boyfriend was incarcerated and wanted me to bail him out. So he gave me his account info to route to my account. His grandfather actually got him out the day before the money posted and he immediately went and used heroin. Which he promised he wouldn't. So now the money has cleared and is... Read more »
answered on Feb 25, 2021
The phrase "If it walks like a duck; it's a duck." certainly applies here. If you truly believed it is okay to keep the money entrusted to you for another purpose, you would not be online asking your question. Of course it doesn't belong to you. What would justify you keeping the money?
answered on Feb 20, 2021
It is often the case that should an uninsured driver appear in Court and show proof that subsequent to the accident he obtained insurance, the solicitor will drop the no insurance charge. Of course, it is purely within the discretion of the solicitor if he wishes to drop the charges. The... Read more »
The bank has my name and phone number that I took 300 dollar out of a disable person account but I did not do it but they have my name and phone number she called the law on me and they are investigating it what are the chargers for it I need help
answered on Feb 16, 2021
At this point you haven’t been charged with anything, correct? See what their investigation turns up and if it still points to you and there are charges involved then you could seek the advice of an attorney for your case.
I was asked to paint a sign by my now former employer. I said I thought I could do it for less than a quarter of what the job was worth but it took a lot longer and was much harder. Then she fired me so I billed her a fair amount. She says I already agreed to the low amount. Did I? She knows the... Read more »
answered on Dec 31, 2020
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. This sounds like it would be a difficult matter to resolve in court. As a general premise, contracts have been challenged on the grounds of fairness, raising such issues as unjust enrichment and others. But by and... Read more »
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