At the end of the Is transact they asked if I could put $500 down. I said not for awhile since this was an unexpected purchase. They also have the title for a broken down trade in an have not picked it up in over a month. They call me about the $500 and I can't yet. I also asked when are they... Read more »
An Ohio attorney could answer best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Across the nation in general, the homeowner would usually be liable in such a setting. If you have homeowner's insurance, look into whether the loss would be covered under your policy. Good luck
An Ohio attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. You could reach out to local attorneys to see if it would be possible to arrange a free initial consult to discuss. One option might be public health agencies. Another is that if an attorney identified the basis for a...Read more »
Yesterday, I went to the mall and bought a pair of used Jordan’s. I was only able to try on the shoe that was on display. When I got home and put my feet in my shoes I felt something at the tip of my feet. When I pulled it out it was a broken used glass pipe.
An Ohio attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. The answer to your question could depend on the extent of injury. I hope you were not hurt. The best way to answer your question could be to reach out to Ohio law firms. If you have medical records, such as hospital...Read more »
I have noticed this clause in many end user agreements such as computer and phone software, product and service warranty terms, various financial applications, etc. It is always one-sided (written by the provider) and directed at the buyer. Sometimes these terms include mandatory use of a (or... Read more »
Right to a jury applies to criminal matters, not civil cases like business contracts. Rights to a jury in civil cases depend on state law, and can usually be waived as a matter of contract. That's why those waivers appear in so many business contracts.
I swallowed a broken piece of a clear plastic fork. Being that the fork was clear. I could not see the broken piece in the bowl of spaghetti sauce. It caused a tear and hole in my esophagus. Which then caused severe sepsis. I spent 19 days in the hospital. Had 2 surgeries in 4 days that saved my... Read more »
It's difficult to say. I think it unlikely that the fact that the fork was translucent will support a viable cause of action. There may have been other issues in the manufacturing process whereby the fork was not as sturdy as it should be. It could also be a QA issue. For a clearer answer...Read more »
Yes. You can have whomever you like along with you for the meeting with your attorney. The lawyer may want you to acknowledge that you are waiving attorney client privilege for subjects discussed at the meeting.
I contacted the seller and they said I am allowed to resell them and I will put a warning label on the package stating that there is dry ice inside but should there be any other things I should be concerned about legally? I don want to be sued or get in trouble so could you state some precautions... Read more »
If there is a problem you can bet people will look at you. Check with your state health department/department of agriculture. You may be required to have certain licenses and refridgeration if you are going to sell frozen food products, particularly meats.
Assuming they did not get your consent to a transfustion, you technically have a claim for battery. However there are many legal issues, and you should 1) not ask or tell medstaff you are thinking of a claim but ask general open ended questions if you are asking them , 2) get legal advice from a...Read more »
Paid $600 for car I have title and keys. Also paid $300 for a trailer no title. Now the trailer is impounded and the person on the title doesn't want to sell it to me but her boyfriend already took my money
An Ohio attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. It could depend on your capacity and role in the matter. If you are insured by a carrier, you may want to consult with their examiner or attorney for guidance. Good luck
An Ohio attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. If it involves a claim against you stemming from a motor vehicle accident, one option is to determine if your insurance carrier covers the loss or provides a defense. The description here is brief - based on what...Read more »
The other driver was found at fault by his insurance company, his insurance company paid for the damages to my car, but now he is trying to sue me because my insurance company refused to pay for his damages due to it being his fault
lets say that Company A messed up a product, the value of the product is around $1750, they admitted that the product was not correctly manufactured over the phone, and they said that they would re-manufacture the product and send the correct product back to me in about 5 weeks, they also mentioned... Read more »
An Ohio attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for a week. As a GENERAL premise in such situations, the manufacturer/retailer generally enjoys an opportunity to remedy or replace the goods, and the buyer is generally required to cooperate with manufacturer's requests for return...Read more »
A friend hit a deer and only had liability insurance, but everyone we talk to says that she shouldn’t have even had the option to get liability when she had a loan on the car. My question is, is there grounds for a lawsuit since she was given liability insurance with an active loan? I know this... Read more »
An ex-gf of mine is trying to sue my in small court for around 2,000 dollars for damage of her car. When we were together I was driving her car and backed into a pole. She said it was fine. I messaged her telling her I was sorry, I’d help her with it, and all of that, which she has messages... Read more »
Since she had and didn’t use insurance, she has failed to mitigate her damages and could should have some trouble if you argue that in court. From a practical stand point, is $1500 a fair estimate of the damage? Can you afford it reasonably easily? Because it’s probably both the right thing to...Read more »
You are likely barred from bringing a claim against the supplier because you did not include them in the first lawsuit. Ohio litigants are required to sue all necessary parties to a suit. If they don't, then future cases can be barred. This is to encourage efficient litigation and discourage...Read more »
I purchased a instrumental directly from a seller. I found the instrumental on YouTube and contacted the person who made it. He doesn’t sell through a trusted site because he said it takes a good portion from his sales and does it directly. He also informed me that he will take it down from... Read more »
It sounds like the real reason the seller does not use trusted sites to market his stuff is because he can sell the same stuff over and over and over to many trusting people like you if he uses his own site to bilk unsuspecting people. You might want to hire a lawyer to investigate this dude and...Read more »
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