I have all the details-and a video of my fall. This was all due to LSSI Prairie Ridge Senior Apartment ownership and management. There is mental and physical strain on everyone here..I have had a rash and (4 others) since January 2019 when pipes broke in the building. Making it so difficult to... Read more »
Certainly. It is in your best interest to first and foremost seek all of the medical attention necessary to address your injuries and concerns. Next, you should organize everything in your possession that is relevant to this matter, including the video you describe, and consult with an attorney...Read more »
If a buyer makes an offer on a home that is contingent on selling their existing home and the seller accepts the offer, but then receives a second offer can they accept the second offer? If so, what happens with the buyer who had the first accepted contingent offer?
It depends on the specific language of the contract, and the duration of the contingency periods you describe. That being the case, I recommend you ask the attorney that is representing you in this matter, as he or she is most familiar with the transaction and is in the best position to provide...Read more »
The previous owners paid a contractor $1550 to install 14 footings and leveling jacks in the crawlspace. I have the receipt for the work completed 5/16/2014. The center of my house is sagging into the crawlspace. I went down into the crawlspace to visually inspect. One of the support beams used by... Read more »
You may have a couple of options based on the facts provided. Your best option would likely be if the previous owners of the home had knowledge of the material defects you describe. If so, they may have violated various Illinois statutes if they did not disclose the defects to you when you...Read more »
It is certainly possible, but an attorney will need to review additional facts in order to provide you with a more definitive answer, such as the circumstances surrounding the cause of death. That being the case, I recommend you organize everything in your possession that is relevant to this...Read more »
I told him I would redo the floor to his liking and give him 1000$ discount for the inconvience, he returned with a value of the work I performed of 7000.00 when the original contract was 13000, saying his guys could have done it and that’s all he is paying! He also stated he was box expecting a... Read more »
There are a few issues based on the facts presented. That being the case, I recommend you organize everything in your possession that is relevant to this matter, including the governing contract, and consult with an attorney individually to explore your options.
The table was inside of the room, it had wheels on it, no locking mechanism visible, my son was listed on my itinerary. He did have injuries, he received five stitches above his right eye due to this incident.
It is certainly possible that you have a case based on the facts provided. However, an attorney will need additional facts in order to provide you with a comprehensive evaluation of the viability of recovering on such an action, such as the reason the table fell etc...
If you are seeking a lawyer to sue an auto repair shop for fraud, I recommend hiring an attorney with experience in civil litigation, specifically with experience with the Illinois Consumer Fraud and Deceptive Business Practices Act. That said, I recommend you organize everything in your...Read more »
You should stop everything you are doing and consult with an attorney immediately. Do not contact the relevant parties or make any statements about the matter until you are represented. Also, I recommend acting quickly, as you have a limited amount of time to respond to a summons.
I signed an offer letter with a staffing agency to work as their account manager and the owner of the agency had multiple verbal agreements that he retracted after I signed the letter. I have evidences of witnesses, emails, calls and text proving this matter. Can I sue him for damages for... Read more »
You may be entitled to a remedy based on the facts provided, but the viability of recovering on such an action is dependent on specific facts that are not provided here, such as the details around the statements made, as well as the terms of the offer letter you reference. That being the case, I...Read more »
We rejected a less than the asking price offer and the buyer is asking us to sign Lines 555-557 on the IL MULTI-BOARD RESIDENTIAL REAL ESTATE CONTRACT 7.0 contract. Is there a legal requirement for us to sign it? What are the implications if we don't do it?
We were supposed to close on a home last week but night before close we are informed that the title company pulled the zoning certificate from the city and the home is zoned as a 3-unit building, not a single family home. The seller who purchased the home 10 years ago has a cert. that says... Read more »
It is not in your best interest to assume re-zoning will be "easy to do." In fact, they usually aren't very easy at all, and can end up costing a tremendous amount of money. That being the case, I certainly would not close until you have more details and costs surrounding the re-zoning. I...Read more »
Do tenants in the city of Chicago have the legal right to break their lease if the unit heat keeps breaking down in winter, & the landlord is only offering temporary fixes? The unit has heat in only living room and no heating unit in the kitchen. It is extremely cold in the apartment. What legal... Read more »
Yes, it is certainly possible to break the lease and/or receive compensation based on the facts provided. That said, the viability of such a course of action depends on specific facts that are not provided here, such as whether or not the apartment you are renting is subject to the Chicago...Read more »
It depends on the nature of your claims against the psychologist. That being the case, I recommend organizing everything in your possession related to this matter, including your medical records, and consulting with civil litigation attorney immediately. Many of us offer free consultations, and...Read more »
You are likely entitled to a remedy, but the best course of action is dependent on specific facts that are not provided here, such as the location of the apartment, and whether or not it is subject to the RLTO.
In any event, I recommend organizing everything in your possession relevant to...Read more »
We hired a contractor almost 2 years ago to do work within our home, they did the work and within 3 months the same issues came back. We’ve reached out and they do patches, we’ve requested a refund and they said they’d send someone out to do the work. They’re no longer responding to our... Read more »
Your legal rights are dependent on specific facts that are not provided here, such as the precise terms of the contract and the nature of the issues you are having with your home. That being the case, I recommend you organize everything in your possession related to this matter, including the...Read more »
My mother in law sold her house on a contract for deed sale in Coles Co. Illinois. It was signed in June of 2015 and wrote out as monthly payments for 48 months and then a lump sum balloon payment. The girl who helped her write the Contract did it like crap.
There are several issues based on the facts presented. Illinois has very strict requirements when it comes to contracts for deed, or installment land contracts. If all of the requirements are not met, it can be deemed voidable by the court, which could entitle the previous buyer to all funds paid...Read more »
Neighbors cattle fence to the N, W, and S are on my property 3-4 feet in places. Survey was done. This farmer has seen the stakes and survey, but says survey is not clear. I have spent over $2000 already to make a clear point. Really don't want to drag this to court. He will no longer talk to me... Read more »
Assuming the survey clearly shows the fence is on your property, you have every right to remove it off of your property. That said, there are practical considerations to take into account when dealing with a neighbor. Thus, I recommend organizing everything in your possession relevant to this...Read more »
Yes, you can certainly sue for damages based on depression so long as your attorney can prove it is proximately caused by the accident in question. Therefore, I recommend seeking treatment related to the depression if you have not done so already.
On 10/19/2018 I was driving down Butterfield Rd at approximately 50Mph (Road speed limit 50) this road is a 2 way only with cars being able to pull out from right hand side to make either a left or a right hand turn. I was reaching dupage Pkwy when a car decided to fail to yield to a stop sign and... Read more »
I am terribly sorry to hear this. First and foremost, you and all of the passengers in the vehicle should seek all necessary medical attention immediately. Next, you should consult with a personal injury attorney to discuss details surrounding this matter. An attorney would have to view far more...Read more »
You wife can certainly be sued, but the estate's chances of recovery is very slim if your wife was not negligent. If your wife was not negligent, and still sustained injuries as the result of an accident, I suggest you consult with a personal injury attorney immediately to discuss her options...Read more »
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