It's been a real hassle trying to get everything sorted out. I've called about ten different lines and multiple websites. I just don't feel like I've been treated fairly throughout. I paid extra for next day shipping and it's been 4 days. I want to keep both but not if it will fall on me legally
A Pennsylvania attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. As a general matter, yes, the customer does not usually get to keep two products while paying for one. No one could predict what a retailer would do, but if the product is something of value, there is a...Read more »
I brought my car for a battery (on warranty) change and also, asked to change oil, which they do for me regularly- Pep Boy has been my the only place for my car repair/ maintenance for the last 5 years.
Manager said I need a new alternator, and they did all that: new battery, new alternator... Read more »
Old cars, a dream and a scream. Only 16 years old, it is a pup. The problem with your description is that you do not identify the source of the oil leak. If they stripped the drain plug, they may owe you a new oil pan and plug, which is $$$. Topping off every week while oil pools below the car...Read more »
The new company could not insure me until 12:00 a.m., meaning the next day. The acknowledgement of cancellation from the prior company states my policy is cancelled at 12:01 a.m. the day I cancelled which is technically before I cancelled. My mortgage company is requiring proof of insurance for... Read more »
Unfortunately, the use of those figures alone, as a general practice, could leave too much open to interpretation. If possible, it might be best to have them clarify in writing what the last full day of coverage is and what the first full day of coverage is with the respective carriers, rather than...Read more »
I am getting married Oct 24th, and we asked a growing photographer who was a friend to take pics. No contract was signed, but I paid him. He is now moving out of state and lost the 2nd photographer and said he can't refund the money... We asked him to just photograph alongside new... Read more »
Your question remains open for five weeks - you could consider contacting auctioneers. They might be able to direct you to attorneys familiar with the law in this area. It's a narrow field and might not be something that the average general business law/contract attorney deals with. Good luck...Read more »
After bankruptcy we applied to modify our 1st and 2nd mortgage with Bank of America (originally with Countrywide). We completed packages over and over again. Finally Fannie Mae took our first mortgage away from Bank of America, placed it with Seterus and modified. They also informed us that... Read more »
This is impossible to answer on an online forum because a review of documents is necessary. Go see an attorney ASAP. Your best bet is to consult a consumer bankruptcy attorney because an experienced one will know about second mortgages that have questionable enforceability. In addition, loans held...Read more »
I visited a new subdivision & fell in love with a floor plan. The sales rep. was unengaged during my visit & any feedback I got concerning the community I had to ask for it. I went back a week later to view the home again and the same rep, told me I could not view it because it had sold. I... Read more »
It sounds like you have grounds for a complaint against the sales agency under the Federal and North Carolina's Fair Housing Act. You can do one of two things. File a complaint against the sales agency, or sue. I do not recommend suing on this kind of case without an attorney. A good place to...Read more »
The car had about $25000 worth of recent modifications. Mechanic had a history of doing bad work on car. Car caught on fire only 8 days, 600 miles after it was returned to me from mechanic. I have all receipts.
Do you have any evidence that negligent mechanical work caused the fire? If not, you have no case. You will need an expert mechanic/fire expert inspect the vehicle and maintenance records and give you an opinion as to what the cause of the fire is, and perhaps the value of the car pre-fire. You...Read more »
She paid $4000 up front and then changed her mind. She called within 24 hours and sent a certified letter (no signed return receipt received). My brother found out later the address given for the company was an empty lot. She did receive a letter from contractors attorney saying the contractor had... Read more »
From the facts, it sounds to me like you may be describing a breach of contract claim that your Mother would have against the contractor here. This link provides information on common Tennessee statutes of limitations...Read more »
I settled over an $800+ bill in court and paid it off. Now the same collection agency on behalf of the same hospital, is saying i owe another $1900+ from previous service dates before the aforemention $800+ bill. Is this even legal? What should i do?
Could be legal. Sounds like you only settled one bill. Without seeing the other bills, it's hard to say whether they can collection for various issues including statutes of limitations. Consult local counsel to best determine your options.
She took a loan out from a high interest loan company. She refuses to give me any details. The loan payback is now up to &10,000. She also put her car up as collateral. They have taken advantage of her disability. We live in Florida. What are the ADA laws against this?
The ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) has nothing to do with your wife's apparent mental condition. Nor am I aware of any other federal or state law that could help you stop your wife's uncontrollable behavior.
The person working the desk also the owner said he wasn't offering the posted weekly rates that are taped in the office window due to covid-19 which should have been $225. Instead he said I would have to pay the nightly rate and charged me $45 per night for 7 nights which totaled $315. He is... Read more »
A North Carolina attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. It might not necessarily be false advertising - it's possible it could be an oversight resulting from changes in day-to-day operations that the pandemic has forced upon small business owners. There could be...Read more »
I’ve researched and seems the format I am using wasn’t registered previously “as I have listed” and have processed the necessary paperwork to register at the state level and per fictitious name guidelines as well what can I do if they persist?
Your inquiry is a bit vague as to whether your corporate name and/or fictitious name are registered with the Fla. Division of Corporations exactly as you intended. That is - does the name appearing on Sunbiz.org match the name you are using? Only names that are registered are protected - that...Read more »
A Montana attorney could answer best, but your post remains open for two weeks. Don't risk trespass charges - check with a doctor if your condition is a medical excusal AND additionally if those establishments will accept it. Good luck
Trying to file a lawsuit as an individual against a company like Google is not going to be cost effective. You don't even know if your legal fees will be covered or not. Most litigants in a class action settlement get next to nothing. I personally, would take the $12.00 and move on.
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