To summarize - I am a CA resident. On a trip to Wisconsin, my rental car was hit (while parked and unoccupied) by a driver for Loomis Armored. The company admitted fault and said they would reimburse the rental car company. I do not have collision insurance or insurance with the rental car company.... Read more »
Then I get a bill in the mail for the missing headrests. I panic and called the phone number on the paper. And they tell me that there is nothing they can do about it and that the dealership is the one in charge. so I got in contact with the dealership and the dealership isn’t taking any action... Read more »
Sorry for your issues. This shows just how important writings are. If you had this "pre-inspection" you could/should have seen the items marked as missing and made some noise there. If you took pictures (which are considered a writing) you have proof. If you have your drop off documents...Read more »
Your question is not very clear, you need to get to the point. Someone took advantage of YOU because YOU have a learning disability? You may possibly have a lawsuit against them, depending on more details about the circumstances. You should consult with a Personal Injury attorney in your area....Read more »
Your question raises two issues, first, did the roommate breach a duty of due care, and second, was that breach the cause of the limp? The mere fact that the indoor cat was in the care of the roommate does not provide enough proof to show the roommate breached a duty of care, because the roommate...Read more »
Hello my name is Gabe recently I was involved in a sticky situation, my ex girlfriends mom co signed on my vehicle , she was my co owner on my vehicle as an OR , she never spent a single dollar on the vehicle I covered insurance , car payments, oil changes, tires , and all aftermarket parts that... Read more »
how to approach a situation... On 8/21/2020 I gave Biker bail bonds $7000 cash to bail a friend out.. For whatever reason the DA would not except the money from me and therefore it was never used for the bond... When I requested to have my money returned, I was given the run around told that they... Read more »
Lot repaired. No one contacted me about repairs or tow. No one will give me details. Personal property Inside sold by towing company. So... car gone, can’t get any answers, now having to rent car to boot. Now what ?!?!
Review your rental agreement to see if Apt had a right to tow car. ?Exactly why was car towed? Suggest you file suit against everyone to recover value of your lost property, Apt., Security co., Towing Co, repair co.
People can sue you for anything, but that does not mean that they will win. If a lawsuit is filed against you, the first thing to do is to see if your renter's or HO insurance covers the claim, if not, you need to consult with and retain an attorney. You will be much better off with an...Read more »
I lost the case in small claim court for Money Damages of continued excessive noise irritating, annoying affecting emotional distress and Psychological harm violate our right to peaceful, comfortable of our home inspite my appeal in sc-108 form even the dependant didn't answer. The judge... Read more »
As the Plaintiff in Small Claims, you do not have the right to appeal the decision. You waive this by submitting the claim to Small Claims. If you file a second action on the same facts, same time period, the claim could be estopped by the prior decision, its "Res Adjudicata" (the thing...Read more »
You have the right to terminate any contract at any time for any reason BUT you cannot terminate all contracts without penalty. Meaning, if you terminate the contract without "good cause" you may have to pay the other party some damages. Now you say that they are not doing it...Read more »
Did this spray tanning salon employ you? Or did you just sell it some equipment as a third party vendor? Were you an employee when you sold it the equipment? You posted in employment law, which is usually reserved for employment questions. This is a question about a sale and financing. That would...Read more »
You sue the person or entity with whom you entered into the contract to sell the equipment, or with whom you have a financing agreement. This is more complicated than can be answered without much more information. You would be well served to consult with an attorney and provide that attorney with...Read more »
My preschool takes one month tuition while enrolling a new family which is refunded provided 30days written notice is given. I stopped charging tuition from April 2020, reopened my school in June 2020. This family never responded to any emails, didn’t pay their June and July tuition and now... Read more »
Excellent question, and one asked by many. There is no automatic forfeiture by the LL of any claims to the deposit, however, there is a part of that section that talks about a "Bad Faith Retention" of the security deposit. In that situation you can request and receive; "statutory...Read more »
Yes, she can type up the eviction notice, but they are usually available at a stationery store, or online. She has to include all the statutorily required language or it is not valid. This is how people get into legal problems, trying to be their own lawyers.
All vehicles are required to be registered while operating on the highways, or parked in California. The vehicle is required to be registered in the tow yard. You operated the vehicle for free for the last 6 months. Now you get to pay penalties and you find out what happens to unregistered...Read more »
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