A lawyer would need to review what exactly you did and then determine whether it complied with the rules and regulations of the town to answer your question. Although it may cost you a few bucks for an attorney to review this for you, it could save you thousands or tens of thousands in fines...Read more »
You could check to see if there are any ongoing actions involving the products you used. When law firms handle product liability-based cases, some firms specialize in certain areas or certain product lines. You could also search attorneys independently on your own, or use the Find-a-Lawyer tab...Read more »
The answer is, "it depends." In some situations, such as refiling printer cartridges, the rule of "patent exhaustion" may apply. This rule is that a patent owner uses up their rights when they first sell a product.
However, the patent owner may also have engaged in...Read more »
One option is to go online and look into whether there are firms currently handling actions involving the products. Product-based litigation is less generic than ordinary motor vehicle or premises cases, where law firms that pursue such cases often invest considerable resources in research and...Read more »
A New Jersey attorney with experience with the New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act (CFA) would be able to speak with you regarding any defects in the sunroom you experienced. The CFA protects consumers and the acts and omissions of home improvement contractors are within its reach. To bring a claim under...Read more »
I’ve been having excruciating pains in my lower back ever since I had my spinal stenosis surgery in 2015. My doctors advised me that with proper physical therapy and epidural injections I would feel back to normal. On 6/14/2019 I had a Ct scan and last week the doctors compared it to a 2018 CT... Read more »
It's hard to evaluate some cases without a more thorough review of all of the facts involved in the potential case. Though personal injury is not my main area of specialty, I work with an attorney who has extensive experience in helping people recover money in personal injury actions. He would...Read more »
I have very serious injuries that have at times made me question why I even want to go on. My medical care is expensive and I need money for treatment. A number of people were injured similarly and my case was put in the MDL. My lawyer wants me to agree to dismiss the case without prejudice. He... Read more »
Without knowing all the facts about your case it would be improper for a lawyer to tell you what to do does it sound a little different than normal yst but your lawyer could have a good reason. As for taking less today to avoid a trial 5 years from today that is common.
It could be handled as a property damage claim against the bus company. Or it could possibly be handled as a first-party claim through your own carrier, depending on your policy. However, if it is a minor matter (you describe it as a scratch), it's possible it might not pass the threshold for...Read more »
Plu the Akc for fraud .she is not registered as a breeder for taxes and breeds in a residential area. she gave me fraudulent papers to register with the AKC that do not belong to my dog. My dog was born with horrible genetic health issues . She... Read more »
I was told by ford in area im on list but have to wait longer,possibly august before more info is avail. its been a couple yrs and i feel its being pushed away in a file, Also told not to have a passenger in front,i can reach the airbag from drivers side so danger shifts to me. now i have my wife... Read more »
Side of our house needs new siding, our home is historic- they destroyed an historic well on our property, new landscaping needs to be done. We have stress cracks in the inside where the car hit the outside of the house
Get an estimate for restoring the well using the origninal materials. Run it through your homeowners they will go after the guy, get back your deductible is the easiest way. Make a calim against him. Questions? Contact a member of the NJ Assn for Justice.
The easiest recourse is against the person who used the gun, but generally they don't have any money to pay you. That being said you don't know until you try and other parties may have also been responsible.
Girlfriend was ready to go, we all carpool. My brother who car we used that night told me to take the car and take my girlfriend home he was going to get a ride home from someone else.. on my way home I had an accident with the car, nobody car was hit only damages to his car. After police reports... Read more »
You can have law suits but you all at some point may want to sit down to dinner again so I think it makes sense to see if there is someone that can mediate the dispute.Did you or did someone's insurance pay for the damage to the car you damaged.That's what you have to pay.
I want to commercialize a tennis ball mower that collects balls directly into a basket at an elevated height, so that one does not have to ever bend down to pick up any balls. This patent seems like that is what they are describing, but I am uncertain. Currently on the market there is a tennis ball... Read more »
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