Well, the evidence is gone or mostly gone, because you smoked it. Also, claiming you threw up isn't evidence of damages. For that, you need medical care, including a diagnosis, lab tests showing the presence of some bacteria, virus, chemical, poison, etc. that can be traced to the cigarette,...Read more »
I recently purchased pet insurance. When I filled in my information online and all of my pets information, I was quoted $555 for the year. I elected to pay the year balance instead of the monthly payments, and pressed the 'Complete' button (the number $555 had not changed). I am reviewing... Read more »
You can contest the excess charges with your credit card company.
You can file a lawsuit against the insurance company for fraud, bad faith (possibly), and other consumer rights remedies. It is unclear whether this would be financially worth it. Small Claims is also an option. Consult...Read more »
I bred my dog and agreed with a friend that I would receive pick of the litter and she would keep the rest. Once the dogs were born she asked if I would sell her my dog which I agreed to do. I waited for her to pay me and when she didn’t I texted to ask her when she would. She asked the price... Read more »
Your agreement is a contract that was fully performed by you and is enforceable. Contracts do not have to be in writing. You can sue in Small Claims Court for Specific Performance (an Order of the Court that she perform), or for breach of contract (monetary damages that you incurred as a result...Read more »
A successful lawsuit requires that you have been harmed. I assume that your divorce has been delayed. If that is the extent of your "harm" it would not be sufficient to justify a lawsuit, in my opinion.
She lives in a homeless shelter at the moment and our relationship ended because she’s manipulative. He had anxiety when she had him and was overweight. He is noticeably happier. If she takes him back he will live with in hoarders house and would not receive the attention he does here nor the... Read more »
I have a roommate, he put shock collars on my dogs and claims they're for "training" purposes. They don't bark often, and don't bother anyone. But I don't feel like he has a right todo something so cruel to my pets.
It is a trespass to your personal property, which is a civil wrong, not criminal (at least in California. You appear to be in Ohio). It might be animal cruelty, depending on what he does with the shock collar. You should talk to the police and make a complaint, or get a restraining order, if...Read more »
I flew across the floor landing on my knee. I am a computer consultant and now can't sit for long periods of time. An MRI showed bursitis in that knee. Essentially I'm not out medical cost but I am out employment and it's been two years.
I was involved in a car accident that i was not at fault. However, my auto insurance has not taken responsibility of my claim. It has been a while and I've tried contacting them but thus far i haven't gotten a response. I want them to pay for my totaled car and my ignored injuries. They... Read more »
You will have to call PI attorneys, or email them, directly. Attorneys are not allowed to contact you or solicit your business. If anyone responds to your post in this manner, run in the other direction. You do not want attorneys who break rules representing you.
I plan on purchasing a truck used primarily for work, but also for personal use. In order to utilize tax benefits such as "bonus depreciation" the vehicle has to be titled in the company name. I fear that if myself or my spouse are driving the vehicle and are sued in the event of an... Read more »
He had no light, admitted fault, refused medical treatment, I received no ticket of any kind, was told “ to go home” I was the driver but the car is registered to my daughter in law, because I am buying the car but haven’t completely paid for it yet, we filed a release of liability, but the... Read more »
My fiancee was arrested for something receiving known stolen property but he didn't know it was stolen but because the cops found the stolen stuff in his house they are claiming he knew it was stolen. They're trying to give him 3 years but I legitimately can't go a day without him.... Read more »
There is no such thing as a legal registration for support animals. Someone on the internet will sell it to you, but it means nothing. There is also no such thing as a "support person." Even if there was such a thing, and your boyfriend qualified to be one, that would not be a defense...Read more »
She would bend over directly and front of my friends so they can get a good view I guess When she's gane undressed or dressing in a Room the door be partially open she does have any curtains on Her bedroom windows so and it's a real low window directly by the carport
My superficial injury healed up from the accident, it was minor actually, impact on ankle. But I'm a hemophiliac and joint injuries never go away for us, they evolve and become chronic years from now, potentially. Should I even be settling? I really don't want to be drawn out in court but... Read more »
It depends on your medical treatment, medical expenses, future medical treatment, your comparative fault, your permanent disability, the available insurance limits, etc. No one can tell you what your case might be worth without a lot more information.
I have received this email and I want to know if it is legitimate, I emailed asking what it was in regards to and they sent an email with minimal information and told me to pay a certain amount of money to close it. They could not tell me when where or how they got my information, but that they... Read more »
I adopted this dog from a local breeder and signed a document proving that he is now mine. I had him at my house for about 2 weeks and my dad got mad because he kept him up one night and my dad was already getting bad sleep he made a rash choice and told me to get the dog out for the night. I found... Read more »
There is no requirement that you "sign" your dog to someone in order to transfer ownership. If you gave your dog away, then it is no longer yours, writing or no writing. I suspect that the persons in custody of the dog will have a story that is different from yours.
I can prove they altered them. The result has been denial for SSDI benefits and a severe deterioration in my quality of life and has endangered my overall health permanently. I don't know what to do to fix this?
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