I have a brand new 15 foot trampoline still in the box that I bought from Walmart. If I sell the trampoline to someone, and if that person/family unfortunately suffers an injury while using the trampoline (on their property), can they sue me?
answered on Mar 20, 2021
Anyone retains the right to sue but given the details as you explained, the short answer is that the buyer would not prevail in a lawsuit for personal injury.
answered on Dec 27, 2020
Best suggestion is to hire an attorney. An attorney will help navigate that process, and either contact the restaurant with a settlement demand or a legal complaint filed as a civil lawsuit based upon justifiable damages that you sustained as a result of the fall. Our firm would be more than happy... Read more »
answered on Dec 11, 2020
The best option is to hire an attorney to draft a fixed income contract for your business. Please feel free to reach out to our law firm, Peace & Squires Law, at email@example.com or 919.617.4008. Please also see our firm's website whereupon you may schedule online an initial... Read more »
The contract was signed by both parties and had a specific payment plan, the business was being financed by the owner for two years. The balloon payment was to be made at the end of 2 years. The buyer made payments for 17 months but has paid nothing in the last 28 months.
answered on Nov 30, 2020
No. To be legally binding with respect to signatures alone, the referenced contract should simply be signed by those persons having authority to bind the listed parties to the contract.
I was in a accident and im try to sue for car damage, medical bills and pain and suffering
answered on Jun 20, 2020
We would need more information such as whether the other party has assumed fault, whether any citations were issued and to whom, etc.
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