There is only a 5 day unilateral right of rescission for the purchase of South Carolina timeshares under the SC Timeshare Act. However, you should consult with a Timeshare Attorney regarding exit options, as there may be options that exist to assist you in divesting yourself of your timeshare...View More
No contract for job. Incomplete and shoddy work. Taking too long to complete. Asking for money and has never presented us with an invoice or an accounting of what has been paid. Now asking for $10k. This may turn into a civil lit/contract law situation
Although you do not have a written contract, presumably you do have a verbal contract, which is the verbal agreement for the work to be done and the compensation to be paid. It would be a good idea to preserve all of your evidence now, as you noted, it may turn into a civil litigation/contract...View More
A 46-year-old female with a disability, I believe my rights have been violated, and I am seeking justice for the mistreatment I have endured. I am on a team of 6; same job different territories. Issues: Bullied by my boss and it is always done in front of an audience. Favoritism is shown to... View More
Certainly document everything and contact a Plaintiff's employment lawyer, sooner than later because there are statutes of limitations on your claims, and if you do not pursue them timely you may lose them forever. Some employment lawyers offer free consultations, I always offer free...View More
My neighbor and my mom were chatting in the street near our house. My son, 8-year-old, was riding a bike. When he was around 5 ft away from my neighbor, he stopped and turned his head to talk to his sister, then he pressed down on his pedal while still looking backward at his sister. Then quickly... View More
Your neighbor can ask for any amount of money for anything such as pain and suffering, but that does not mean that your neighbor would be entitled to anything for same, or the $5,000.00 being requested. If you are going to make an effort to resolve this dispute, or not, you should consult with an...View More
In South Carolina, the insurance company chooses your providers, but a second opinion (either through the insurance company or a doctor of your own choosing at your own expense) may enable you to make a direct appeal to the insurance company for additional treatment/ratings/restrictions, and/or...View More
My mother has dementia, we are doing paperwork while she is still mentally here but no money for an attorney. Will, living will, dual power of attorney. I know we can file at the court house, we just wanna make sure we have the paperwork done right.
You should consult with an attorney. If your mother has dementia, she may not have capacity to execute the documents. You may need to pursue a guardianship. You should consult with an elder law attorney.
This may be a claim that could be pursued as a Workers' Compensation Act claim if you are injured or become sick as a result of the bugs at your job. I am unsure, but I do not believe it is illegal to be a bad employer and fail to keep your employment premises bug free, so it may be a case...View More
There is not enough information here to fully analyze your situation, so I must recommend that you consult with an attorney. I am wondering about the relationship, if any, between Company X and Company Y, and how the information from Company X came to be stored with Company Y. I am also wondering...View More
So long as you were not denied for an illegal reason, it would not appear that you would have any recourse. For example, if the person renting the home selected a more highly qualified applicant, or maybe another applicant offered to pay the full rent up front, or some other arrangement.
Depending on all the details, your situation is likely governed by the SC Landlord-Tenant Act and your Lease. Without more information, I cannot provide much more insight, but I would recommend reading the Act and your Lease and highlighting or underlining everything relevant to your issue, and...View More
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