I have a hyperbaric oxygen chamber. I required a prescription to get it (in addition to about $10k) but it was easy to get. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy does not claim any official benefits and is done at anti-aging clinics, among other places. Can I run a business where people rent my chamber by the... Read more »
A Washington attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. The responses on this Q & A board are limited to brief general formats. This could be something for which you'd want to consider a more thorough consult with an attorney to address various issues, such...Read more »
An Idaho attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Until you're able to arrange a meaningful consult with a local attorney, it's worth noting that nationwide, liability waivers are not a substitute for insurance. They can have limitations. You could...Read more »
This is a very well-published case and thousands of women have contacted us ..I am the mother and have handled it from day one as daughter was totally destroyed. Is there an Attorney who has the ability to stand up for the law,. I have all the evidence written evidence to change this but do not... Read more »
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for five weeks. I'm very sorry for what happened to your daughter. What you describe appears to be a product liability cause of action, which you already realize from your selection of categories. The burden is upon the...Read more »
While my now ex boyfriend and I was in jail. A friend got my car impounded. I could have sold it but I didn’t want to. My daughter’s grandma was even offering to get it out. To give to my daughter but she wanted to put it in her name. I didn’t want to sell it so my boyfriends mom said she... Read more »
Whether there is something you can do that would have very good odds in your favor depends on the powers you specifically gave her in the POA. Was the power strictly limited to removing the vehicle from impound in order to give it to you, or was it more general? Either way, a good first step...Read more »
Trying to buy a Service Vehicle: Car got loaned out while I am waiting to finish the purchase.
I went to buy a service vehicle from Annapolis Hyundai. I liked the car decided to continue with the purchase. I signed a printed paper with the cars VIN, price, and other details. No sentences... Read more »
Express your dissatisfaction to the sales manager; ask for a discount for the extra miles and wear and tear on the car; or cancel the purchase if whatever you signed allows you to cancel (it is unclear whether you signed a binding contract to purchase or not). Maybe ask to purchase a different car...Read more »
I am responsible for damage that occured after I returned a rental car outside of business hours, according to the California car rental agreement. There was no damage to the car when I returned it, so it must have occurred between the time I returned it and the time it was inspected. But according... Read more »
I'm struggling to find a home policy that will cover my liability during the builder lease back period as they say residence is being used for commercial purposes. In the tenant policy they have this but is that enough to protect me?
I'm sorry your question remains open for three weeks. This could be something that an insurance professional would be in a better position to advise on than an attorney. An insurance broker would probably want to discuss the situation more thoroughly than is possible in the brief question...Read more »
Only a California attorney could advise under applicable California laws, but your question remains open for four weeks. You ask to be directed to a law firm. This site doesn't operate like an attorney referral service. There are sites out there that do. If you're looking for a law firm,...Read more »
It’s a shampoo and conditioner company. I’ve looked into some of the ingredients to find out some are toxic and even cause cancer. Bedsides that I’m very upset about this product completely ruining and hurting my head. No warning on label that show possible dryness, irritant burning, or hair... Read more »
An Oregon attorney (or a class action attorney) could probably advise best, but your question remains open for a week. You describe a product liability cause of action. That means injury from a defective product. Here, you are alleging a defect based on "failure to warn."
I hope your grandson is okay and did not eat the corn, unless you meant "corn syrup" that such fruits sometimes come in. If you detected the corn and he did not eat it and there were no damages, it does not seem like there would be a case. But that is only one opinion. You could reach out...Read more »
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 »
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.
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 »
The consolidation motion will most likely need to be filed in federal court if the reason for federal jurisdiction still exists (e.g. diversity of citizenship of the parties) after the consolidation. Except in certain circumstances, state courts do not generally have jurisdiction over out-of-state...Read more »
I fell from a ladder at work, I believed the ladder to be defective due to the way it sprung and tipped over so easy. I hires an attorney and filed a comp claim. I was told by my attorney not to worry about the ladder right now lets focus on the comp case. I need neck surgery which I still have not... Read more »
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