answered on Mar 2, 2023
A certificate of service is filed with a court to show that documents related to the case have been mailed to the opposing party (or opposing counsel).
This is different than saying that a party has been properly served the summons to initiate the case. It could be different in your state,... Read more »
The broker stopped after the deposit and took $19000 off the top in Feb 2021and stopped working on my behalf, had to go to another dealer for help or to his boss , who is who I dealt with, but there is Money issues that I didn't get credit for said they would sell home if payment wasn't... Read more »
answered on Mar 23, 2022
You are buying a modular or manufactured home in Colorado. The law covering this purchase is a combination of contract law for the sale of goods and real estate law. Your purchase should have come with a sales agreement that clearly states the sales price and the delivery date. Even a statement... Read more »
answered on Nov 2, 2021
I suggest you contact a local attorney license in Colorado to discuss a possible case for defective equipment. By telling your story to the selected the training you will be able to establish a possibility of merits of your civil case.
I bought an electric Mtn-bike:
I attempted to return the bike within the allotted time (30-days), but the E-bike company kept avoiding my request and offered to send me out more brake pads.
The Ebike X-Treme return policy is clear. After you used the bike it... Read more »
answered on Mar 23, 2021
A Colorado attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. I hope your son is okay. In terms of your question, no one could answer that based on these facts alone. One would need more information in terms of why the bike couldn't stop, among other issues.... Read more »
And admits that the backpack is their’s but had no idea the vehicle was stolen can they search the backpack with the same warrant as the vehicle or do they need a whole Nother warrant for the backpack even though the passenger was willing to open it so they can take it with them but the officers... Read more »
answered on Feb 6, 2021
A Colorado attorney could advise best here, but your post remains open for four weeks. Your question was probably overlooked in the Products Liability category, which is more about injuries from dangerous or defective products. Your question looks like it's more along the lines of Fourth... Read more »
Time and material cost and possible of it changing was made clear from the start. Order was delayed and arrived wrong (this last monday). Lumber company was willing to except fault for mistake and meet us half way on materials cost increase. Homeowner eminently cancels and whole project and demands... Read more »
answered on Nov 22, 2020
You ask a lot of great questions. I suspect that you do not owe a full refund and I question the homeowners right to cancel. But, the answers to these questions are found in your contract. I recommend you bring your contract to an attorney to have it reviewed along with your facts and expenses.... Read more »
answered on Sep 20, 2020
Product liability is more about injuries from defective products. That could be why your question remained open for so long. You could repost in the Business Formation section, and if you don't receive a response again, you could reach out to Colorado attorneys in that category. Keep in mind... Read more »
I bought 2 cars on the 24th... They r turds upon further inspection and I don't want them... Do I have ANY recourse?
answered on Jul 21, 2020
A Colorado attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. As a GENERAL premise of contract law, the deal is sealed upon signing. SOME jurisdictions have provisions for rescission with certain types of contracts. But it would be best for you to contact a Colorado attorney... Read more »
answered on May 12, 2020
First, I practice in Colorado and not in Texas and I'm not your attorney, so this is intended as general advice and I would suggest you contact a Texas attorney if you determine you need one. However, you posted this in a Colorado forum. So I'm assuming you're in Colorado.... Read more »
Should I pursue with a compensation claim.
answered on Apr 28, 2020
Hopefully, the only damages were the destruction of the charger itself, with no injuries or surrounding property damage. If that is the case, you could contact the manufacturer and bring it to their attention. If you are interested in a refund or exchange and compensation for the damaged component,... Read more »
This happened on March 23, 2020. He hasnt been able to walk right since. He went to the ER where he was treated for his pain. He is waiting to get an appointment with a neurologist.
answered on Apr 10, 2020
Of course the matter should have been reported and recorded in the medical record. Get a copy and expect a call from Risk Management. Beware of quick settlements if there is possible long term disability and even future surgery. Settlements are final. You have 6 months to file a formal claim if a... Read more »
answered on Feb 29, 2020
As a first step, you could check whether they have any agreements or contracts that address property left for their safekeeping. You could also consult with Colorado attorneys familiar with bailments. Entities sometimes carry insurance for such losses - that's an individual decision on their... Read more »
The adhesive did not work, so after a few minutes I tried to rinse it off my eyelids but it did not come off. This morning I woke up with my eyelashes stubs or missing. It's going to cost me a lot of money and eyelash extensions and latisse plus the emotional harm of being a woman without... Read more »
answered on Sep 28, 2019
I'm sorry for your ordeal. As a starting point, you could consult with a Colorado attorney who handles injury cases. If there are any medical records for injuries, and I hope there were none, those would be relevant. Case or no case, if you have concerns about the impact of the toxic... Read more »
My mother used my fathers iPad and started playing freemium casino slots or free to play slots through face book. She got addicted to those “manipulated” games and with in a course of 2.5 years she spent over $75,000 dollars. The problem was she was taking it from my dads life savings without... Read more »
answered on Mar 26, 2018
Why not contact a member of the Colorado Assn for Justice as there may be a violation of the gaming laws if they take money from people in colorado while having a game that can be manipulated.
Warning label state's to keep out of eye and to rinse with water but the product ran into eye and flushing with water did not help which resulted in a severe chemical burn to cornea and injunctive sac.
answered on Mar 8, 2018
Talk to a member of the Colorado Assn for Justice--they give free consults. Argue that it was not of a consistency that you can avoid having it run into your eyes. Check with the FDA and CPSC to see if other complaints.
Above all save the tube/bottle, packaging, receipt. Get follow up... Read more »
specifically ages 15-17
answered on Jul 3, 2017
It is not illegal, but sales to minors may be voidable (meaning the minor may be able back out of the deal post-transfer for most non-"essential" goods).
and was born with my left leg being shorter than the right leg by 1/8 inch at birth. and I have paid for this every single day of my life and will until my death. I found out that In 2014 there was a new ruling on the case for the survivors of this drug. And I was tod that because I didn't... Read more »
answered on Feb 27, 2016
Have you contacted a lawyer? Try contacting a law firm that specialized in Thalidomide (you do not need to restrict your search to firms in Colorado). I do not think that the statute of limitations has run on your claim, but check with an attorney who has knowledge of Thalidomide litigation (this... Read more »
the Company Stryker has said that the hardware did not fail, but they have offered us compensation. We would like to know if we have a case against them.
answered on Oct 23, 2015
I think a helpful rule of thumb is that if a company is offering compensation and you have not filed a lawsuit, you have a reasonable cause... That said, you should contact a personally injury lawyer (ideally a lawyer who has experience with a Manadibular distraction failure cases). Here is an... Read more »
EVALECTRIC sells flat iron hair products at mall kiosks. They give you a demo on your hair. The flat iron works beautifully! Pretty pricey product! But it works so well you will never have to buy another one. Lifetime warranty is very expensive also. They tell you under their breath, so no one can... Read more »
answered on Oct 11, 2015
Talk to a consumer protection lawyer, a class action lawyer and/or file a compliant with the consumer protection division of your state's attorney general's office.
Please Take Notice: I am not your lawyer unless we enter into an engagement agreement in writing. This is only... Read more »
answered on Oct 11, 2015
It depends if it's new or used, state lemon laws, etc. Ask a local consumer protection or lemon law lawyer.
Please Take Notice: I am not your lawyer unless we enter into an engagement agreement in writing. This is only general information. It is NOT legal advice, and it may not work... Read more »
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