They have not done anything about it and i have a seven year old. it comes from the bathrooms and all in the apartment.. it seems to be coming from the venting system. i spray light candles ect. What can i do about this? im worried about my child and myself
I am sorry to hear that you are experiencing these problems. As for ensuring the landlord does something, the first place you should check is in your lease. I would not be able to tell you whether you have the right to enforce certain prohibitions in your lease, such as a smell penetrating your...Read more »
A North Carolina attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. You could consult with an attorney who could investigate the accident and evaluate your injuries. If they determine that your injuries arose as a result of the store's negligence, they could advise you...Read more »
They do not require the wearing of masks even though it is state mandated. They also do not have hand sanitizer for the works at the cash registers. Although there is 6 feet apart labeled, people are invading the space of the employees and most aren't wearing masks
A North Carolina attorney could best advise, but your question remains open for a week. A workers' comp attorney could probably answer your question more meaningfully than a personal injury attorney, as you're describing something arising in the course of employment. You could reach out...Read more »
I'm afraid I can't help you very well as I don't understand the various relationships and don't think I comprehend what you are asking. That said, you are unfortunately only 16 and don't seem to have a lot of legal options at this point. Perhaps things would be different...Read more »
I had put in several work orders for them to be replaced because they were old rusted, and had missing pieces. Well I fell through the vent in had to go to the hospital which further injured and injury I already had. I reported this to them and nothing was done and I didn't know what steps to... Read more »
So sorry this happened to you! These types of cases can be surprisingly difficult under North Carolina law. Whether or not there is a remedy available to you at law is very fact specific. You should seek a consultation from an experienced personal injury lawyer to review the facts of your case...Read more »
The person working the desk also the owner said he wasn't offering the posted weekly rates that are taped in the office window due to covid-19 which should have been $225. Instead he said I would have to pay the nightly rate and charged me $45 per night for 7 nights which totaled $315. He is... Read more »
A North Carolina attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. It might not necessarily be false advertising - it's possible it could be an oversight resulting from changes in day-to-day operations that the pandemic has forced upon small business owners. There could be...Read more »
I talked to a brewery about buying their WHO 80% Alcohol Formula in bulk and selling it to businesses within the triangle area in NC. I want to see what legal issues there may be and how to avoid getting into trouble.
A North Carolina attorney could advise you best, as state law issues could be applicable, but your post remains open for a week. One issue that you could consider is posing this question to a trademark attorney, as that category is not included in the selections made. You are selling someone...Read more »
I was completely functional prior to a torn meniscus in October 2019. Had a normal X-ray in the ER, followed by an ortho appointment, MRI, then surgery to ”remove the torn edges” of the medial meniscus. In February I was still having considerable pain and swelling, a 2nd MRI revealed bone... Read more »
I'm sorry for your ordeal with your pain. A North Carolina attorney should advise you, but your post remains open for three weeks. It isn't fully clear what the question is, but it looks like you suspect something was done wrong in your medical care. If that's the case, you could try...Read more »
Send a letter to the other party's attorney telling them you need the answer within a certain period for example 10 days or two weeks of the date of your letter to them. Offer to talk about the information and why you need it. See if you can work out a deal to get all the information or your...Read more »
Telling you that you can not come in is not 'abuse' and if she is your girlfriend - you are not 'family'. Even if you were family - the hospital likely has a right to exclude you if they deem it prudent (especially now due to the virus situation). They very likely told you...Read more »
In 2016, he did something similar and admitted digging a trench because his yard was too wet. What can I do? My yard is a mess and I am becoming ill over this level of harassment. I need the offending party to cease the assault on my property and pay for tree and lawn repair. What category of law... Read more »
An attorney is going to need much more information than this to provide you with solid legal advice. I would gather up as much information as possible regarding your car accident (crash report, crash photos, medical records, medical bills etc.) and contact a local personal injury attorney. You want...Read more »
There are two different interactions with the law in this situation. The first is the criminal side which you mentioned. The state is in control of what charges to bring and the prosecution. It does seem like thet may have undercharged given then information provided.
I was in an accident (not at fault) and I am wanting to settle with the other person's insurance company. But i am under the impression that I can't do so until my passenger finishes treatment. Then and only then will the insurance company pay me.
No. But the decision will still be up to the liability examiner (together with carrier's counsel if your matter is in suit). If they have a bead on the injuries you and your passenger sustained in relationship to the limits of the policy and the reserves they set for the claim, they have...Read more »
You should not have to pay for anything if you had nothing to do with the installation of the wire. You posted this under personal injury. If that means you sustained injury and incurred medical expenses as a result of the fire, you could have certain rights, which you could discuss with a North...Read more »
A North Carolina could provide you with the most thorough answer, but your question remains open for two weeks. As a general matter in all jurisdictions, negligence per se arises when the tort involves a violation of some law or regulation intended to protect the public. As an example, exceeding a...Read more »
I suggest that you contact the attorney who filed your case. They will provide you with the right answer depending on when the case was filed, and whether the case is a class action or not a class action. Many factors play a role regarding the timeline for cases to resolve.
When having surgery I was given a spinal and I was never told about it. When giving the injection the anesthesiologist hit a nerve. When I awoke my feet and legs were numb and on fire. I have delt with this constant pain and burning in my legs and feet and have been told the nerve is never going... Read more »
You must really check with a North Carolina attorney. However, your question remains open for three weeks. As a general matter, it's unlikely you would have been admitted to surgery without signing a host of forms consenting to procedures to be performed upon you, and acknowledging that you...Read more »
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