These types of cases can sometimes be difficult, since it appears that you paid out of pocket for services rendered. It would be easier to evaluate services submitted to insurance companies for reimbursement, where you could look line by line at each procedure and its code. The best you could do is...Read more »
I purchased a kellogg Eggo waffle products and to my surprise my wife found a huge bite on the waffle inside the new packaging this morning May 24. It is sealed packaging and we can see clearly huge bite on one of the waffle.
Don't know why you want to fight with them. You can make a claim with your insurer and get your car promptly fixed. If your insurer recovers from the trucking company, you will get your deductible back.
If you insist, get your car fixed, out of your own pocket, or at least get an...Read more »
I have a liftetime vehicle service contract for my 2012 Chrysler 300C with 130,780 miles. My shocks are a covered component but they are refusing to cover them stating normal wear and tear on the vehicle. If the suspension is considered normal wear and tear for 130,780 miles I would believe that... Read more »
Rented car. Smelled like weed and had half a tank of fuel. Rented to use with my small children. A few days in found a cocked and loaded gun. My children had been playing in that car. What action can I take?
I was selected in a program that has now deferred their start date due to CoVID. They requested a sizable deposit to secure my position in the program for their initial start date. The program no longer fits my timeline and they have refused to refund the deposit. What can I do in this situation?
I agree with Mr. Kaufman that you may need an attorney to sort this out. However, your question does not indicate whether you have contacted the university directly to find out what there policy is, and what writing is it based on. Some schools have a refund policy based upon a timeline that...Read more »
He needs the money that someone pays to pay off the car. He said that we could call the lienholder together, and they could send him documentation stating the balance is now 0 and that he is the legal owner. However, I do not know if that documentation is good enough. We then discussed he would... Read more »
When manufacturers buy back "lemon" vehicles, they often ask the consumer to get a payoff quote from the lender prior to the exchange. There's no real legal right for the manufacturer to do this written into the statute, but the car company has the money and the consumer has the...Read more »
Did the homeowner’s association know of the Asbestos prior to your purchase of Thr condominium? Was this fact disclosed to you in your closing documents? We’re you aware of the asbestos issue prior to construction? These and many more questions would be raised in a litigation against the...Read more »
Waited in line to enter store. Shopped. Needed to use restroom, but was denied access. Wrapped up her shopping because she needed to urinate. Begged employees to let her use facilities. Was advised to speak to a manager. No manager made themselves available. At check out, she begged cashier again... Read more »
I sent to my local 99 cent store to purchase battery and they had there security gaurd stop me from entering the store without a mask they said I could not enter and they will refuse service and that it was the law
The security guard was correct. It would be a violation of the law for the store to allow you to enter. Under current state and local county orders concerning the COVID-19 pandemic all patrons of grocery or other retail stores are required to wear masks for their own safety, for the safety of other...Read more »
My mother and I have the same name. Due to COVID-19 my mother fell behind on payments, including to a leasing agency. Today I noticed the same agency took money from my account. I never shared any of my information with this company, I’ve never dealt with this company. What can I do? How did... Read more »
I don't know what type of lawyer specialty deals with this, so it would be good to know so I can inquire further. I'm trying to figure out what is allowed and not allowed if I had a source of masks from abroad and am interested in making a modest profit (after manufacturing, shipping and... Read more »
airlines have already uploaded their may schedule with limited international flights, but still selling tickets of many routes that is not going to operate to collect cash. forcing travelers to buy multiple tickets hoping one of them works.
I was watching a YouTube video where a programmer created a cheat software, but instead of it helping the player cheat, it actually punishes the cheater instead. (I'll post the link below, if you're curious about watching it. Pretty entertaining if you play PUBG)
Nearly 13 years ago I created my first debate camp for homeschool kids at a private university in California, but recently forced to move locations two years ago because I was told campus space was no longer available (My brand is separate we simply rented space there). So you can imagine my... Read more »
Depending on what your underlying agreement with them said and how much advantage they actually took, like staff members, mailing lists, etc., you may have some leverage to go after them. Seems like this summer that's not gonna happen anyhow, so, in a way, this break is a blessing for you in...Read more »
If your lease specifies that laundry is part of your rental, then the landlord has a contractual obligation to perform. You might be entitled to offset your monthly rental payment as damages. Consult with a landlord tenant attorney or a tenant's rights advocacy group in your area....Read more »
At&t added a $30 charge for some remote IT protection. We have a person in our office who takes care of our technology so I do not need Att's $30 service. When I realized the charge I called them and asked for the service to be cancelled and my money refunded. They refused to refund the... Read more »
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