At the window I gave money to cashier. The cashier/manager took the money and did not place it in drawer. He then said that he was not going to give us the food and was not going to give us our money back. He then claimed that the money was fake and told us to leave. This cashier then proceeded to... Read more »
The insurance person says i have to send them my bills,shouldnt they have to do this on their own,they are the liable one right? I was injured by the driver of a van company hired to bring me to the doctor. He rammed my leg into he backseat of the van while loading me in,causeing a silverdollar... Read more »
Since it sounds like the insurance company is not your health insurance company, you will need to send the bills (or copies) to the driver's insurance company. This is because the driver's insurance company does not have access to your medical records. You are not required to send the bills to the...Read more »
Contact the CO DMV to see what was the cause for the license suspension. First you must clear the cause of the suspension. There is usually a wait time and you have to take the written test (and occasionally the driving test) again.
I assume this is for payment. If it is, yes you can. Similarly if wish to cease co-ownership (which may not exist if you are the sole party listed on title) via a forced sale, this is also likely an option.
The company shipped to me freight delivery that I never have bought from them. After long dialog with different departments of this company I received promises from Claims Department to resolve this problem and they are working on it. They are ordered pickup of their merchandise. But they did not... Read more »
You may have grounds for a case. You should continue to try to seek an agreement between you and the seller (not UPS), but if this does not work litigation is your best choice. You likely qualify for small claims court. You may need an attorney for assistance, but you are not required to have an...Read more »
Review the insurance agreement for guidance. Even if you are not required, refusal may result in a more though review of your claim (read: delay). That said, if the agreement does not require disclosure, it is your choice.
me that I have a Federal Pacific circuit breaker panel with Stab-Lok circuit breakers, which are faulty and a fire hazard. FP was the subject of a class action lawsuit in NJ I discovered and are considered faulty. The electrician also informed me no homeowners insurance policy would cover damage... Read more »
If only one person can open the lock and there is not a pre-arrange usage agreement when the vehicle is exchanged, the lock arguably unreasonably restricts the possessory right of the other owner. That said, the totality of the circumstances define whether the restraint is unreasonable or not.
Hi, I recently got solar panels last year that is going to cost $24,360, at the end of the year they will give are me an invoice, which they did, then when i go and do my tax\ I am suppose to receive 30%. But when I went to go do my tax I owed tax so I didn't get any money back but did save $2000... Read more »
You can contact an attorney directly to review the specifics of the agreement you signed. I would assume that the solar panel company disclaimed any assertions for a specific savings related to the install, but you never know. The phone recording may be material, but oral statements are usually...Read more »
Review the license agreement for the software. Most licenses discourage or prevent reverse engineering, decompiling, etc. If you are making changes to the OS, this is not an issue for the 3rd party software, but the OS license (i.e. Windows, Linux, Apple, etc.). As a general rule, if the OS lets...Read more »
Each state has a statute of limitations on debts (Colorado is 6 years--most are less, but the highest is Kentucky with 15 years). That said, it is possible that even though a debt has passed the SoL, it can be revived by the debtor (usually by acknowledging the debt). There is another possibility,...Read more »
Before buying a used car from private seller, a Toyota Prius, I took it to Toyota dealership service for used car inspection. They said the car was in excellent condition with no problems at all. One day later I am driving and three warning lights come one. Took it back to the service department ,... Read more »
You may have a claim against the dealership or the seller, but this turns on the purchase agreement and the scope of the car inspection. In other words, you will need to talk to a lawyer directly. The lawyer can review your materials and provide an accurate assessment of the merits of your case.
If you intend to introduce evidence and have testimony about the agreement/estimate, it is recommended that both people attend. It is not certain from your facts if your husband is required (a reasonable arguement can be made that he is not required), but it is always safer to prepare for...Read more »
Items shipped by UPS last October were damaged but, because I didn't save the huge box that took up 1/3 of living room, UPS denied the claim but gave me store owner's email and phone #. I have the email stream between him and me between October 2016 and January 3, 2017 where he promised to... Read more »
This relates to jurisdiction. Without getting into all the details, both Colorado and New York should have jurisdiction over the case. I assume for your convenience you would like to sue in Colorado. This is fine, but be aware that the company can raise a jurisdictional challenge (whether this will...Read more »
Please help me understand what steps I need to take.
I pulled out a auto loan through wells fargo with my sister and had to sign a notarized agreement between us. I paid every month of payments directly to her account which I have statements of every deposit made to her account After that... Read more »
I have bad news... If you are listed on the loan/lease agreement your sister and you are jointly and separately liable for the payment of the loan. That is, you were both obligated to pay 100% of the loan whether the other party did or did not pay. As a result a default and repo will impact both of...Read more »
All crimes can be sealed in Colorado provided that certain conditions are met. Here is a link to sealing records: http://www.intotolegal.com/upcoming%20Events/Forms.html (select Judicial branch and then "Sealing Records"). If you meet the requirements, you can begin the process to seal your...Read more »
I bought a car from the dealer in 2012 with odometer 36xxx with the loan. In 2017 I cleared my loan and tried to sell my car. Meantime I checked the carfax which shows 100xxx potential odometer rollback done by the dealer.
For most criminal felony fraud charges the statute of limitations is 3 years. Under some circumstances the SoL can be extended. For civil claims, the exact end date of the fraud could be argued as a continuing matter. Be aware a Carfax "potential" rollback flag does not prove that fraud did in fact...Read more »
IE; the year occurred, who owed to, original amount owed, any $ pd towards already. They are planning on collecting close to $10000.00 from me for this "mystery debt" I supposedly occurred 24 YEARS ago (the lawyer has been going to court every 6 years on it, unbeknownst to me). I am a single mom... Read more »
Lenders can make mistakes, but if there are court orders there is a better likelihood that there is some merit to the lender's claim. Bankruptcy is an option. You will need to contact a bankruptcy attorney for a full review of your situation (also mention the vagueness of the debt). Unrelated, it...Read more »
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