The officer's report said I misjudged distance but a vehicle was next to me an was as close over as I could get I never hit the barrel's so what's to misjudge the lane should have been closed if to narrow to pass
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for four weeks. It could be a situation where fault is seen by a court on both sides. A Georgia attorney might be able to offer deeper insight in terms of the construction site and its practices in stacking barrels and buckets in that...Read more »
I was working for pool company Cool Pools for 3 years was friends with owner for 12 years started a pool and enclosure build with him. Pool got finished mostly but now he won't do the enclosure and has been ignoring my calls for months without a response. I lost my job with with them after... Read more »
Car owner parked in a parking lot next to a building. The 30 foot tall downspout had ice accumulation due to the fact it was clogged and did not allow proper water drainage. While away, a large section of ice sheared away from the downspout hitting the car and causing major damage. Ice was large... Read more »
An Ohio attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for three weeks. It could depend on a number of factors, including condition/maintenance of the waterspout, conditions for use of the lot, warning signs or disclaimers, and other possible factors. An Ohio attorney could offer better...Read more »
I'm a commercial tenant in a mall struggling to open a small business in the midst of this pandemic. A neighboring shop owner in the mall hired or asked a vendor/contractor to remove some equipment from her shop and he took a piece of my equipment valued at $1,300. When he returned it, it was... Read more »
were taken and a 2k deposit given. the owner told my husband that the parts would not be at their warehouse until end of jan or first couple weeks in feb. my husband subsequently became deceased on 12/10 .i phoned and advised the owner of my husband's death and that i wished to cancel his... Read more »
Chairlift Cancellation: We always first start with analyzing the contract language, and so in this instance would be interested in examining any sort of "cancellation" provisions. If none, then we would need to look to case law, and the focus is on "impossibility to perform"...Read more »
According to contract terms, if payment is made after the 15th, a 10% penalty is due with payment. All (7) payments have been made and accepted. Lender/Inspector stated on "April 19th" he will not inspect the project to fund the draw because the loan is in default. There is a 15 day... Read more »
Go back to the signed loan agreement. You may find language that spells out that a certain number of delinquent payments will result in a default status. Another phrase to watch for is one which allows the Lender to call the loan in default whenever the Lender "... in good faith deems itself...Read more »
Hire a competent attorney to conduct a title search. That may tell of the City's right of way rights. A survey may be needed also. Eminent Domain is always a possibility, but usually condemnation occurs prior to construction and usage. You may have a suit for damages, but SOL's run...Read more »
last night april 15 , 2021 i saw the news is investigating this pool company olympus pools for many complaints and unfinished projects. since we are not all the way in financially a down payment given on credit card for 5,000/ can i back out with the reason extremely leery, worried that they will... Read more »
Why would a insurance company breach a settlement agreement?? I settled a property damage claim with an insurance company. Property damage 60k Personal property also 60k. Under the settlement agreement they had to do work on my condo to make the condo watertight, hiring an engineer for... Read more »
If you do not have an attorney, then I certainly recommend that you hire one at this time to assist your in either enforcing the settlement agreement and/or reaching an alternate resolution-----a lot of times the insurance company will not proceed accordingly without an attorney on the other side.
Lowes sent an unlicensed installer to our house to rip out and install new kitchen cabinets and hood vent system. Various breaches of contract including massively subpar work, theft from our home, dangerous living conditions, multiple violations of code, all needs be ripped out and start over . It... Read more »
This could be difficult to address in the brief format of this Q & A board. If you consulted with an attorney, they would likely want to see the contract in its entirety. Without more context, one could only speculate on what the term means, such as in fill material, aggregate material,...Read more »
Either you’re there with her permission or you’re not. If you’re there with her permission, you won’t get into trouble. If you’re there without her permission or against her wishes, you could get into trouble. End of story.
Whether / and/or when the developer must turn over the development to the owners is set forth in the initial declaration of covenants and restrictions (C&R). As long as the declaration was recorded properly on the deed records of the county, the owners are deemed to have purchased with full...Read more »
We had a home built and finished in July of 2019 and when we moved in we talked to the builder a bout this and they sent a rep from the siding company and they said it needed to be replaced due to not being installed the right way. Well the builder keeps sending people out to look at it but nothing... Read more »
If your builder is failing to perform the warranty work then you will need to bring a lawsuit to protect your investment. This will be a construction defect type of suit. I recommend contacting an attorney familiar with suing builders under the Construction Defect Act as it is a somewhat...Read more »
My insurance company denied my claim stating "While the field adjuster’s inspection did reveal evidence of water intrusion to the interior of your home, the policy will not provide coverage for interior water intrusion unless a peril created opening is present to allow for coverage of the... Read more »
Unless this is your own house, YES, you need a license. All improvements to a residence that you perform for a homeowner for money requires an MHIC license, and you are also solely responsible for obtaining all building permits for the job. A general construction license is not sufficient, and...Read more »
I hired Bella Concepts Remodeling to do work in a bathroom. The shoddy workmanship resulted in a pinched gasket and leaks, which subsequently saturated/rotted the floor underneath linoleum. When I reached out to the contractor, a year and a half after the work was completed, he rushed out, told me... Read more »
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