Your question went out to the family law attorneys. You should discuss this with a personal injury attorney. My thoughts are that, unless you actually suffered damages, there are no grounds for a lawsuit, but, as I said, you should check with a personal injury attorney.
Hope you told your credit card company the amount is in dispute. Did you have witnesses? Find out what they are claiming are the damages--if it's things like undercarriage likely you didn't cause them.
I had ordered a college essay from an online website. When it was emailed to me.I checked for the references that the writer had used.He had put wrong authors name. Before ordering I had called their cust service and was told how high standards they use - review/ quality check before sending to... Read more »
So you want to sue because you wanted to submit someone else's work as yours to a college--this is called plagiarism--and you don't think the author of the work did a good job. First, if the citation was proper but someone made an error in the author's name it's a tad sloppy but...Read more »
You can only sue if something bad happened--an injury. You don't sue because something might have happened. Assuming the weapon got to you safely then I don't see anything . If you were charged because of the shipping issue you would have a defense that you had no control over how it was shipped.
of me as I was going 35-40 mph. there was no airbag deployment I called Chrysler they sent someone to the shop it was in and said there was no problem I traded the vehicle off after the damage was repaired due to being afraid to put my family in it with no airbags today two years later I received a... Read more »
If there had been air bag deployment your vehicle may have been totaled anyway--have to add to the damages cost of replacing the airbag(s). Your fear of that didn't make it unusable. Also, if the hit was not dead center or within 7 degrees of top dead center, the airbag may not deploy. So...Read more »
Last year I traded a car for a motorcycle. I had full plans on just selling it so the guy that owned it before signed the title over, at the notery, but I did not put it in my name because I was just going to sell it and didn't want to waste the money. Well I didn't sell it last year.... Read more »
Possibly take a small claims court case, for whether the costs are to verify your ownership, and get a replacement title. This is a big pain in the ass, but you set yourself up for it, by circumventing the law that the document needed to be completely filled out. Plus, you should have taken...Read more »
I never refused to pay however every here and there money from work is short and they just never satisfied. I'm due to 60 a week however I had to skip 2 weeks and today I made a $80 payment I know is not a lot but I'm not refusing my responsibilities. I was a sucka and now I have to pay... Read more »
Why are you paying? If spouse used your name but signed for it, that's something they must have known. Problem is if your payments are considered to be adoption by you of the debt. Suggest you contact the Attorney General office of Consumer Affairs in Harrisburg for starters. Send them a note...Read more »
I own a house that my son lives in. On June 13th a branch took out the power lines. My neighbors n I called and a couple hours later it was back on. My son never told me they left the line in the yard. Went down today with my boyfriend and saw the line. Instead of removing the branch and lifting... Read more »
So the day we got it, we loaded it up & it didn't work at all. We brought it home and got it working and its been running fine (we put money in it) Now he's saying that he just let us use it if we got it fixed and he wants it back. The original plan was if we got it off the property... Read more »
I'd try to work it out if it's a friend. Friends sometimes get petty and you first evaluate what you put in, what he did, what use you got out of it and decide. Generally, there isn' t the presumption of a gift that can happen with family members. If the we is you and he not clear...Read more »
When she received the settlement (on a Mastercard! Not a check!) she only received 25,000.00. The attorney's fees totaled $64,000.00. How can fees be over 70%? Is this legal? She never signed an agreement.
I already answered this, I believe. Was it only fees? Fees, costs, and medicare reimbursement? She should have received 1) a fee agreement and 2) a disbursdment sheet showing how things would be apportioned.
Most attorneys have the client sign these. If none of the above happened, as I...Read more »
She must have signed something. She should ask for a statement. Usual fee is 1/3 which would be 29,333. Plus costs which may or may not be much in her case, but should be documented and itemized. The attorney doesn't give her the information, then she should contact the fee dispute committee...Read more »
No work has been done to the basement or to the yard out front where the well pump is and only happens when it rains. The problem started last year. I have contacted the developer to have someone look at it and was told that they would ask the owner. Also, the representative I spoke too said it... Read more »
Please Take Notice: I am not your lawyer unless we enter into an engagement agreement in writing. This is only general information. It is NOT legal advice, and it may not work for your specific situation. It is impossible to evaluate a legal problem...Read more »
Certain contraceptives have been linked to blood clots. Blood clots can result in events such as heart attacks and strokes, which can be deadly. There are a number of lawyers who are handling cases like this against certain birth control manufacturers. If...Read more »
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