I signed all contract paperwork for a vehicle at a dealership, I haven't signed the loan check yet to give to them yet though. They said I could pick the car up after they repaired it due to recalls. This was a few days ago and I haven't heard anything back, they gave me a rental for the... Read more »
As this question was written 6 days ago, I'm hoping this has been resolved by now. But short answer is, yes you should be able to back out of the deal if you haven't received the car yet. On top of there being some consumer protection laws, that give some room for a buyer to have...Read more »
No. "Truth in Lending" is a well-used financial phrase used to remind people that the government requires lenders to disclose all the interest, fees and other costs related to each lending transaction.
However, it does not apply to every kind of lender there is out there; for...Read more »
You could ask your firm directly. It's a fairly straightforward inquiry. If you filed the case, then you already have an index number. If you had the law firm file (which is generally more common), you should be able to determine that an action is pending on your behalf through an index...Read more »
Before someone pays the law says you have to be able to show 1) it was their cause and 2) they were careless. With fuel, the issue tends to be that some engines don't like ethanol, or if you are using diesel, some newer engines have issues with low sulphur.
You could check to see if there are any ongoing actions involving the products you used. When law firms handle product liability-based cases, some firms specialize in certain areas or certain product lines. You could also search attorneys independently on your own, or use the Find-a-Lawyer tab...Read more »
I recently purchase a home and hired a home inspector and had the property inspected and decided to move on with the sale. After living in the property for almost a year I hired an electrician, so I could add an outlet for my TV when the contractor saw my panel he refused to work on my property. He... Read more »
The statute of limitations for negligence is 2 years, breach of contract 4 years, but sometimes different periods apply to certain professionals, such as home inspectors. IMO you need to get your electrical problem solved first, and RETAIN THE OLD PANEL AS EVIDENCE. Take lots of photos showing...Read more »
I'm very sorry for the loss of your brother. A South Dakota attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. The best way to answer your question could be to reach out to law firms that are affiliated with the lawsuits. I don't know what the current disposition...Read more »
You need to serve the initial papers on the registered agent and then what usually happens is they appoint an attorney to handle the matter. From there forward you would serve all your documents on the attorney representing the Corporation or LLC.
as I was unlocking drug for her,woman said it was for her son with chronic bronchitis. I told her everything we sell in store medical wise is for animals only. She wanted a manager. He without questions gave it to her. I was terminated 2 months later (after Christmas rush) he said she complained I... Read more »
If you believe you were fired for complaining about an unlawful practice then you may file a charge of discrimination with the EEOC at eeoc.gov or with the Missouri Commission of Human Rights at https://labor.mo.gov/mohumanrights/File_Complaint. They will investigate. Although they can sue on...Read more »
I made sure both directions was clear of any on coming traffic. I was in process of still backing out Had trailer completely on the highway was getting truck straightened out then seen a truck coming fastly towards me he wasn't slowing down i hurried got truck back into driveway but other... Read more »
An Indiana attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. Unfortunately, the scenario you describe places the primary blame on you. In virtually any jurisdiction, entering the main roadway from a driveway gives right of way to drivers already proceeding in the main...Read more »
I have done a lot of research on my family's behalf and we all feel that my father was a victim of unethical practice that led to his untimely passing at only 58 years of age. We would like to discuss our situation and hopefully pursue a favorable plan of action to give my father the proper... Read more »
A Missouri attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. I'm very sorry for your family's loss. In terms of steps you could take, the most productive would be to see if you could set up a consult with a law firm. If you have medical records, those would be helpful....Read more »
The answer is, "it depends." In some situations, such as refiling printer cartridges, the rule of "patent exhaustion" may apply. This rule is that a patent owner uses up their rights when they first sell a product.
However, the patent owner may also have engaged in...Read more »
A Virginia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. As a starting point, you could research online whether there are any law firms handling cases for the products that were involved. With some product liability law firms, this can change from month to month - the...Read more »
I purchased a Lexus hybrid 5yrs ago and only gotten my car serviced with them.Without any warning or signal of distress, it just started make a rattling sound and my CE light came on.Took it immediately to Lexus dealership who callously told me that my gas cover had a “hairline fracture” that... Read more »
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