We owned him 4 months. Lady only 2 days. Oregon state.
answered on Mar 28, 2023
Once you sell the dog, the dog is theirs. You could offer to buy it back for a higher price. Or you could buy a replacement dog. That is about all you can do. I feel sorry for both the dog and the kid as neither of them had anything to do with the transaction and they are the ones that suffer.
Had to remove everything from room. Residents cannot be left unattended. Must empty buckets constantly. So doesn’t go to lower level. He won’t reduce rent. He actually raised my rent wife and I have been sick more . We has a mold guy here we have mold.
answered on Mar 15, 2023
Our firm practices this area of the law. Your landlord has a duty to maintain the premises in a habitable condition for a residential lease, assuming Oregon law applies. However, you refer to "residents" which implies this may be a commercial lease. In a commercial lease, you will need... Read more »
answered on Jan 6, 2023
I am not aware of any laws requiring veterinarian hospitals to accept animal patients on an emergency basis. I understand hospitals must accept humans as patients on an emergency basis.
My dog needed emergency services I had to call around to find an opening after Dove Lewis informed... Read more »
My landlord s worker caused real damage to my classic vehicle that I was restoring and has no intention on paying for any of the damages
answered on Dec 15, 2022
Under the doctrine of respondeat superior your landlord is responsible for the actions of his employees and/or agents in the course and scope of their employment and/or agency. If you need an attorney to assist you, there is an attorney fee provision under ORS 90.255 if a lawsuit is filed and you... Read more »
I was a live in girlfriend and care provider to him while he battled cancer and seizures for 8 years
answered on Dec 5, 2022
You must be in a rough state of mind losing your boyfriend and your dogs. If you have title to the dogs or other documentation of ownership of the dogs, you should be able to get your dogs back. Unfortunately, the cost of hiring an attorney would likely exceed the value of the dogs. You might... Read more »
I cannot find any reputable shop to perform this job.
The gas tank is plastic and not metal.
I have expressed my concerns and have been overruled by management and instructed to proceed.
We have found a non-certified individual to work as a 1099 to perform the repairs... Read more »
answered on Dec 4, 2022
I am not a mechanical expert. But it sounds like you are being instructed to make repairs to vehicles in a negligent manner that could lead to harm. Your employer is responsible for your actions under the doctrine of respondeat superior. Theoretically, if someone were harmed they could hire a... Read more »
I was spraying electronic cleaner on my navi screen and plugged in my car vacuum and all the sudden my car exploded and caught on fire with me in it. All my windows were shattered including my windshield and sunroof. My doors that were shut and locked were all blow open and bent in half. I was... Read more »
answered on Nov 1, 2022
I agree with the answer of Mr. Holbrook. However, I need to add more:
The filing must also be within any applicable statute of ultimate repose under ORS 30.905(2), usually 10 years from when the car was originally purchased. Note: These rules may not apply to products manufactured... Read more »
For 11 months the Property Manager where I. Own my trailer has commited vacarious acts towards my person, my company property and my company income along with many other actions
answered on Oct 26, 2022
Assuming that the LLC is set up properly, you wouldn't be able to go after the owner's personal assets such as their personal home. However, the LLC is responsible for it's employees under the doctrine of Respondeat Superior. The owner of the property is responsible for the manager... Read more »
answered on Oct 12, 2022
Both. You need to get in tort claim notice within 180 days. You need a civil attorney to assist you.
It's been two weeks. Do I call the police? What do I need to do to compel her to take care of this? I obtained estimates and damage is $2500
answered on Oct 8, 2022
Your roommate as a duty to give you a copy of her driver's license and insurance. If she refuses to do so, I would make a non-emergency police report, DMV report and also let your insurance know if you have full coverage. They can pay for the damage and then they can collect from her... Read more »
I have no license nor insurance I was in front of my van when he hit it and it hit me .I film his truck and him apologizing to me for doing it and admitting it.
answered on Oct 4, 2022
Normally, you are precluded from getting non-economic damages if you are driving without insurance and have not been insured within the last 6 months. However, it this case, you were not driving. You are allowed to own a car you do not drive. Even if you were driving you would be entitled to... Read more »
We have been racking up rental car fees while our car has been in the shop for several months (No rental coverage and repair shops are very backed up/short handed right now). Total of 4 cars in the accident and the uninsured driver at the back was found at fault. Thankfully we were physically fine... Read more »
answered on Sep 29, 2022
You could file against the at-fault driver. However, the at-fault driver may be judgment proof. Hopefully, you have full coverage insurance to cover your property damage. It is my understanding that approximately 1 in 5 drivers drives without insurance, which is why you need adequate... Read more »
answered on Sep 27, 2022
I am not sure if I understand your question. I understand it to mean that people with hazmat suits recommended closing all or part of a building and management did not follow the recommendation. I am not aware of any laws that require obedience to people wearing hazmat suits. However, if someone... Read more »
Right off the bat I had to sign a huge stack of papers which I was kind of unsure signing to begin with, but it was a relinquishing my the information from all bank accounts all of my person to person pay apps that. my call log on my phone all any phone records. I also had to provide phone numbers... Read more »
answered on Sep 21, 2022
You must have a basis to sue your insurance company. You cannot sue your car company merely for asking for documentation to support a claim you are making. To answer this question, more context is needed. What is the underlying claim you are making that would entitle you to insurance coverage?... Read more »
I live in oregon and my son recently moved in with me and got his learner’s permit. I left town for the weekend and he took my car without my knowing and crashed into another vehicle (everyone is okay). He is not listed on my insurance. I just forgot. I listed my other child the moment they got... Read more »
answered on Sep 18, 2022
This answer cannot be answered without fully reviewing your insurance policy. That said, most insurance policies require that you have someone on the policy if that person lives with you and drives the car. If you had reported it stolen before it got in an accident, I think you would have been... Read more »
The first time we bred she didn't take so we had to wait she went behind my back bred her again had puppy's never told me and won't pay me
answered on Sep 11, 2022
Legally she owes you based upon your verbal agreement. However, it may difficult to prove a verbal agreement and impractical to collect even if you do. If the agreement is in writing and the person is a home owner, the agreement will be much easier to enforce.
If I don’t evict will I be at risk of getting in trouble with the state for the animals neglected in my home?
answered on Aug 10, 2022
Any attorney would need to know more to fully answer your question. For instance, does the tenant claim the animals a service animals? Can the tenants be given a no-cause eviction under the new laws limiting no-cause evictions? Do the tenants have any potential counterclaims? Can you prove a... Read more »
She was stolen by my ex just to hurt me. She’s filed false papers claiming my cat is her “companion cat”. I have all the proof & witnesses to support the truth in this matter.
answered on Jun 28, 2022
You might want to consider small claims court in light of the fact that most attorneys charge $300-$400 per hour. You cannot have an attorney in small claims court. If you obtain a judicial order for in junctive relief for the return of the cat, she would be in contempt of court if she does not... Read more »
I have a 60 day warranty. I brought it back after one week and told them we’re where issues, they said I’d have to pay 180 for diagnostic even though on paper it said 60 days DEALERSHIP PAYS for labor, parts used, diagnostics, etc. still tried to make me pay, decided whatever, power steering... Read more »
answered on Jun 27, 2022
It sounds like you may have enough evidence for a potential lawsuit. Of course, an attorney would need to verify the content of the contract and the diagnostic tests. This is a malpractice case and a breach of contract case. It is a breach of contract because they are not honoring the warranty... Read more »
7.005.129 - Possession of a Stolen Animal.
A. A person commits the offense of possession of a stolen animal if a person has in his/her care, custody, possession or control an animal not owned by that person and not placed by the owner/caretaker of that animal, in the persons care, custody... Read more »
answered on Jun 21, 2022
Only non attorneys can appear in small claims court. If you know who has your cat and you can prove you own the cat, you could file a case in small claims court and ask for injunctive relief for the return of your cat. You could also hire an attorney on an hourly basis to file a civil suit for... Read more »
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