I recognized signs of minor animal abuse. I Do not want to continue the sale. Do I have the right to go take him? She still owes 500. And I will give her back the payments she has paid. We live in Salem,Oregon. We do not have a formal contract. I think this is time sensitive. Can anyone please... Read more »
Assuming you keep the dog and issue a refund, what is the worst they buyer can legally do? The buyer could issue a demand under ORS 20.082 for breach of contract, wait 30 days, and sue for specific performance and demand attorney fees and costs and prevail. In this case, the buyer would get the...Read more »
my sister and I had a verbal agreement where I would become the final owner of her two dogs (she was not able to home them and didn't want them to be with my grandmother) i promised she could take them camping but they were becoming my children's emotional support animals so I would not... Read more »
Theoretically, you would have a claim against your sister for the tort of conversion. You could have an attorney send a demand under OS 20.080 for a return of the dog and give her 30 days to return the dog without incurring attorney fees or costs. Then you could file a lawsuit for injunctive...Read more »
My dog pushed his way under the fence a second time she took her dog to the vet he got 1 staple and wants us to pay the bill. I'm I leagaly bind to? They interagate my dog with broom sticks throwing appels using sticks to push at him where do I stand with this situation?
If I am understanding the facts correctly, your dog trespassed onto the neighbor's property. You stated this was the 2nd time your dog had done this, so an argument could be made that you knew there was a risk of your dog trespassing and the issues should have been previously addressed, by...Read more »
Assuming the person who put the restraining order on you has your dog, you should promptly challenge the restraining order within the statutory period noted on your paperwork. You can challenge all or a portion of a restraining order.
I would look to your rental agreement to see if the issue of dog neutering is addressed. Landlords can have a policy of no dogs or only neutered dogs. If your dog is a service dog, then the landlord will need to accommodate your disability. I am not sure if the neutered status of your dog affects...Read more »
Even though you were at-fault for the accident, you are entitled to get your vehicle fixed. However, you may be precluded from receiving non-economic damages for your pain and suffering if you were injured if you have not been insured within the last 6 months, assuming the accident was in Oregon.
May, 2020: Our neighbor had people visiting, and they were about to leave, and my dog heard them talking loudly and ran outside. We ran outside to get her and this woman told me that my dog had bitten her. She showed me her bite mark, and it was not bleeding; it looked like teeth marks in the skin,... Read more »
She is partially right because the dog could be considered an attractive nuisance for a child who may not appreciate the danger. She, on the other hand, is an adult. Arguably, she trespassed on your property when she should have been aware of the danger and was bitten. If she is requesting...Read more »
I assume your dog was on your property and not your neighbor's property. You won't be able to sue your neighbor unless you could prove your neighbor was somehow negligent or had trespassed. You could sue your neighbor's friend for negligence and trespass. Under trespass theory,...Read more »
I was in an accident were liability was determined to be completely the other drivers fault. Both of us have the same insurance carrier (Progressive). The insurance company forced me to use my own PIP to pay my medical bills. I would have rather not used my own policy (PIP) and filed a third... Read more »
PIP is no-fault. It is a standard operating procedure for your PIP to cover regardless of fault. The policy reason behind this is that people should be able to obtain treatment without having to argue about the fault of the involved drivers, as liability can get...Read more »
To answer this question, further questions need to be asked. State law could affect the answer. If I had to guess, you have personal injury protection, PIP. In addition to policy limits, there is usually 10-15k of PIP depending on whether you live in Oregon or Washington or whatever state you...Read more »
That fact that a dog is chipped, is a piece of evidence for ownership among other potential evidence. For instance, there may be other evidence of ownership, such as a bill of sale, vet bills paid, aka registration etcetera. Obviously, if you come across an animal...Read more »
my son almost died from infection in his heart from the implant . now he has tried to say my sons valve should be repaired but nothing about taking the device out that has made him sick and is recalled. I feel the dr is lying and has lied to cover up mistakes such as implanted the wrong size as... Read more »
For a medical malpractice claim, you will need a qualified doctor to be able to testify that your current doctor did not meet the standard of care. It sounds like you are still seeking the services of the doctor whom you claim failed to meet the standard of care. First, I would get him to a good...Read more »
full insurance coverage on it even though it's old. It's still licensed in Oregon under our name. The son-in-law had a head on in it in CA. We don't know who was at fault yet. Are we liable for anything???
They live in CA and their insurance policy is in CA.
To go talk to the apartment complex about them covering my bills from when i broke my leg in there parking lot due to snow and ice on the street. what is the best way to go about this? Do i call their insurance or the manager of the complex. Do i need to ask or say anything in particular?
You also may have a claim under the landlord/tenant act ORS if your fall was a result of failing to keep the common areas safe. Claims under the landlord/tenant act have reciprocal attorney fees, meaning the loser pays the winner's attorney fees. You have a one year statute of limitations...Read more »
I slipped in a apartment complex parking lot where their was a lot of snow and ice. I broke my leg and had to have surgery. This happened in janurary I have been unable to work since then and have no income. My bills are piling up from the accident. I am wondering if i have a case on suing the... Read more »
Depending on your relationship to the apartment complex and the circumstances, you may have a claim under the landlord/tenant act if you are within the one year statute of limitations, which is 1 year from the incident date. The landlord tenant act allows for reciprocal attorney fees under ORS...Read more »
So I took my car to another shop to have the repair work done. The first shop charged me a fee for me to take my car out of their shop. I feel this is wrong. I need to know if I have a mall claims case against the first body shop
I would need some follow up information in order to answer this question. Did you have a written or verbal contract with the original body shop? Was there an agreement of a time period to fix your car? Did they do any diagnostic work that was contracted for. What is the body shop's...Read more »
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