A fortune 500 company charged me $800.00 for a cell phone I returned months ago. I returned my cell phone by going to one of their stores. The store manager who I gave my cell phone to lost or misplaced it.
I have since been harassed by that company for $800.00. The company caused me so... View More
I filed it on my taxes as income. Now that they car has been totaled in an accident, they refuse to release the title because of this $1000 in late charges. Per GM rep there is interest on late charges. I never heard of this. If they charged it off and I had to claim as income, why do I have to pay... View More
These CC accounts are approx. 2-3 years old and unfortunately, due to business challenges, I am considering closing down the business. I personally guaranteed these business CC. The business has been experiencing financial instability for a while now, and it has become increasingly difficult to... View More
If you are in CA, why are you asking for NJ? The State you live in determines where you would file bankruptcy if that is appropriate. Whether you will have to file both a business and personal attorney cannot be determined on these facts. Pick the best attorney you can find and remember one rule:...View More
This gym refuses to turn on the a/c in our small overcrowded fitness studio and we are miserable (I’m referring to Zumba class where 70+ of us generate a ridiculous amount of heat). At the least, it’s highly uncomfortable. At most, it’s a health hazard. I am especially worried that an elderly... View More
Hello I talked to a solar company over a year ago and never went through with a project. I just had the guy come out for the estimate. Project was canceled with no work done that was over 8 months ago. A couple weeks ago I get a letter in the mail to make first payment on a $38,000 loan they took... View More
Your situation can be resolved by an experienced civil litigation attorney. I have successfully handled a large number of these cases. This is a clear violation of the New Jersey Home Improvement Contractor Act, the New Jersey Statute of Frauds, and the New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act (which will...View More
You are not responsible for this and I would not pay them a cent more than the contract calls for. If they are stupid enough to sue you, it will not end well for them. Pick the best attorney you can find and remember one rule: a good attorney is generally never cheap, and a cheap attorney is...View More
I'm sorry about your fall. I hope you're okay. The denial could be any number of reasons. An attorney would need to see the paperwork to offer more definite guidance. If the denial is related to liability issues, it roughly means they don't feel their insured is responsible for your...View More
My Enterprise rental was returned July 3rd. After signing the contract, I noticed the rate was higher than in previous months ($30.40) instead of $22.50 (boyfriend is an employee). This amounts to being charged $110.60 more. What options if any, are available to recoup that money?
Yes, contracts may be invalidated or changed for a variety of reasons. For example, contracts may be subject to fraud, mistake, illegality, duress, undue influence, novation, etc. But rather than pursue a legal remedy, why not write a letter explaining what happened and see if you can resolve the...View More
My company is SaaS system provider, take care of customer's data, we have some bank customers in the US. but for saving money, we outsource database administrators, system engineers job to our China's branch, these engineers access the SaaS system and data remotely from China, is it legal?
I found a car I thought I liked at a used car lot, so I put a deposit on it with the intention of coming back the next day. When I got there I noticed some pretty bad frame rust that wasn’t mentioned in the listing online. I no longer want the car, however when I put the deposit down the dealer... View More
There is an insufficient amount of information to provide you with a definitive answer. However, retaining an experienced civil litigation attorney can probably rectify the problem quickly and may even be inexpensive.
The 6 years start when the debt goes into default, which is usually when one misses or makes their last payment. This does not invalidate the debt or stop the creditor from trying to collect and/or reporting it to the credit bureaus - it just prevents them from using the courts to help. Be careful...View More
much the bills came out to be. It includes medical bill, doctor bill, his whole outfit and lost wage for 1 day. But the question is that the most of the medical bill was paid off with customer's plan discount. Out of $2000, $1700 was plan discount, $300 was amount owed, and the copay was $100.... View More
There is no set rule for restaurants in the situation you describe. It sounds like you made a settlement with this customer in terms of a "plan discount". While it is honorable that you are taking care of the situation, there is nothing that you have described which gets you to a formal...View More
As the Defendant, I filed an "Answer to Compliant w/ Counterclaims" in an NJ Superior Court on 1/10/23 (the date the Answer to Complaint was due). How long does the Plaintiff have to submit a Reply to the Counterclaims? If Plaintiff does not file a Reply by the deadline, can I make a... View More
Plaintiff has no obligation to file a reply. There are several ways that a Plaintiff can respond if it so chooses. You cannot make a motion for Default against the Plaintiff. What you need to do is to retain an experienced civil litigation attorney because what you do not know can destroy your case...View More
I paid through paypal, he didnt send me a file for 48 hours so i filed a refund, he then proceeded to get annoyed and told me he was sending it, but i would need to cancel the refund, i was keen on getting the file and did so, ignored me again, and i lost my ability to refund through paypal
Yes, the New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act, which provides for triple damages plus attorneys fees has a very broad reach and can even be applied to businesses as well as people. Not only can plumbers and electricians be held in violation of the NJ Consumer Fraud Act, but also the New Jersey Home...View More
I'm a defendant in a small claims case (New Jersey - $3,000) with a plumber. I want to file a counter claim contesting the original issue, but also file a claim for separate issues for a higher $$ value of approximately $6,000. These additional issues include violations to the New Jersey... View More
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