Can I bring a suit against a gas station for the pump not automatically turning off when the tank was full? My wife was pumping gas and the pump didn't turn off when the tank was full. She was sitting in the car when she noticed the gas spewing out of the side. When she went to remove the... Read more »
answered on Feb 2, 2023
A North Carolina attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. I hope your wife is okay. It sounds like it could be a difficult case because there's a possibility it could involve costly engineering examination and testing of the release mechanism in the nozzle,... Read more »
God did not lay the pipe! Utility vendor insurance carrier says not liable for damages as no work had been done that was faulty, just normal wear. But also claimed 100 year pipe, only been 50 years in. Another main burst 100 yards down road yesterday. My damage was 4 weeks ago. Should I file... Read more »
answered on Aug 3, 2021
A North Carolina attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for three weeks. You could continue to await a response, but you could also consider reaching out to local attorneys with experience in civil litigation and property & casualty losses. This has the makings of a complex,... Read more »
I just want some one to help me go through my power bills to explain to me I am 67 and I think they are taking advantage because I don't read well.
answered on Jul 29, 2020
This does not sound like a legal matter that you need to involve an attorney for. Considering the amount of ordinary household utility bills, attorney fees might not be justified. You could see if their customer service department could help explain your bill. If you aren't satisfied, you... Read more »
I have given him notice that I will be leaving, and shut off power. Is this somehow illegal for me to shut off the power as I am no longer stayin there, and I do not want to pay for him to live and I know that he will not pay be back as he is a junky.
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