While my now ex boyfriend and I was in jail. A friend got my car impounded. I could have sold it but I didn’t want to. My daughter’s grandma was even offering to get it out. To give to my daughter but she wanted to put it in her name. I didn’t want to sell it so my boyfriends mom said she... Read more »
Whether there is something you can do that would have very good odds in your favor depends on the powers you specifically gave her in the POA. Was the power strictly limited to removing the vehicle from impound in order to give it to you, or was it more general? Either way, a good first step...Read more »
I'm struggling to find a home policy that will cover my liability during the builder lease back period as they say residence is being used for commercial purposes. In the tenant policy they have this but is that enough to protect me?
I'm sorry your question remains open for three weeks. This could be something that an insurance professional would be in a better position to advise on than an attorney. An insurance broker would probably want to discuss the situation more thoroughly than is possible in the brief question...Read more »
A Florida attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for five weeks. One of the issues that could confront a claimant in a situation like this is the element of damages compared to the cost of litigation. But that's only a generality. For a more meaningful assessment of the...Read more »
Easier to explain on phone. Insurance company was wanting me to give then phone logs bank statements and all. The truck was stolen and wrecked not able to drive insurance company didn't send an adjuster and tow yard auctioned while husband was incarcerated. Extra keys were taken in first break... Read more »
I'm sorry this happened to you and your husband. A Florida attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. It looks like you want to explain your situation on the phone, but this forum doesn't work like a referral service. Attorneys can't reach out to you -...Read more »
Feb 2nd I was doing the speed limit of 65mph around 7pm which was dark out. Upon reaching the top of a hill instantly saw a vehicle stopped in my lane w/out hazards on and rear ended them. I Driving 2010 Buick Enclave w/zero open recalls.but upon impact my seatbelt didn’t lockup nor did a single... Read more »
Firstly, do you have your own car insurance? If so, you need to report this accident to them immediately. If you have car insurance, hopefully they can pay the cost to replace your vehicle, although, I'm sure, it won't be much considering the year of the vehicle. Did the police come to...Read more »
After having complications and surgery from the mesh for my bladder my doctor used a product called macroplastique (Pfizer ) which is a filler that is supposed to last forever. Afew years I started having constant pain and bleeding, which at first the dr thought were bladder infections and kidney... Read more »
A Florida attorney could advise most meaningfully with regard to state law elements, but your post remains open for two weeks. But as a general matter, it could be difficult for an attorney in ANY jurisdiction to advise based on these facts alone, despite your description offering meaningful facts....Read more »
Their prices?.. I paid for a plastic surgery procedure and decided to do the procedure at a later date when the date arrive the plastic surgery place stated that the price of the procedure have increased but I have already paid it in full at an earlier time do they have the right to charge me an... Read more »
A Florida attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. A basic doctrine of contract law that holds true nationwide is that the terms of a valid contract agreed upon by both sides will apply. But that is a general textbook principle. A Florida attorney who reviewed the...Read more »
We have a product that we would like dropship from a supplier here in the US. The product is a 20ft aluminum flagpole kit. The question is, are we going to be liable for any damages incurred from the use of the product? If so, what would be the best way or ways to protect ourselves? We're... Read more »
This is a product liability question. Vendors and manufacturers have joint and several liability when it comes to damage caused by the products. That is to say, you, as the supplier, will stay liable for your product after you have shipped them. The only way to avoid product liability is to make...Read more »
I ordered kitchen cabinets online from a dealer in another state. The first delivery (of 2) was supposed to be delivered with prior notice to my contractor. The freight company just dropped the pallets in front of the garage where they stayed for 2 days in constant rain. Nobody was... Read more »
No. "Truth in Lending" is a well-used financial phrase used to remind people that the government requires lenders to disclose all the interest, fees and other costs related to each lending transaction.
However, it does not apply to every kind of lender there is out there; for...Read more »
I had an issue with a torque converter and was told by 2 different mechanics that I might as well get a whole rebuilt transmission. In a matter of 2 weeks, I had to take my car to the mechanics 4 times. First to replace my bad transmission with a rebuilt one, then to service it, the to replace it... Read more »
You need to find a couple of experienced mechanics to give you expert opinions as to there has been any foul play. Let them put their opinions in writing. After that, you can bring it to a commercial litigation attorney for a consultation as to whether it pays to sue them.
A Florida attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. It's difficult to say, based on this brief description. If there were underlying conditions in your building that caused the rot, it could be difficult to attribute rot to new siding materials. But that could...Read more »
You should hire an attorney licensed in the state where the probate case is. Theoretically you could find an attorney near you who is also licensed in the state where the probate is. For example, I live and work in Tennessee and am also licensed in Arizona and California and three other states.
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