You should stop everything you are doing and consult with an attorney immediately. Do not contact the relevant parties or make any statements about the matter until you are represented. Also, I recommend acting quickly, as you have a limited amount of time to respond to a summons.
there is a statute of limitations that runs from the date of injury. Some states have a statute of repose that runs from the date a product was made. Contact a member of the Ill. Trial Lawyers Assn--they give free consults.
The glass milk bottle was sitting in the sink. Was being washed out and exploded
The situation you explain is simply not possible. A glass bottle cannot explode any more than a water glass can explode. On the other hand, if a sealed milk bottle was in the sink, before it had been washed, it is certainly possible for back area growth to result in sufficient pressure to cause...Read more »
I don’t practice in Illinois but your question went unanswered for four weeks. It could be a case of a defective product and it could also be a case of an adverse reaction to a normal product. An attorney who examined the product, its constituents, your reaction to it, and supporting medical...Read more »
As you are aware, Beta testing is just a test to ensure software meets functional expectations. With regards to your question, if you want to protect your beta testing with others, you should have them sign either a:
1) Non Disclosure Agreement. This is a fairly standard business...Read more »
Based on the fact, that you know the product is not good, of course, you would be liable.
Generally speaking, if a retailer sells a product routinely, they as well as the manufacturer are liable for any defects. It is responsibility of the retailer to inspect the product before it is...Read more »
I was involved in an accident. I hit a parked car , however the entire vehicle flipped causing me to be hospitalized, I lost wages at work, etc. I later found out the car had frame damage which played a huge role in why the car flipped instead of staying upright.
It is certainly possible you have a viable cause of action, as well as the ability to recover for the personal injuries sustained. However, the chances of recovery are dependent on specific facts that are not provided here, such as the details around the collision and the applicability of various...Read more »
It is impossible to know what a claim is worth without knowing a great deal of more facts surrounding the claim, including the nature of the defective product, and the damages sustained. That said, I recommend organizing everything you have in your possession relevant to this matter, including all...Read more »
It is possible, but one must have a great deal of additional information in order to provide you with a comprehensive answer to your question, as it is extremely fact specific. That being the case, I would recommend organizing all information you have in your possession related to this matter,...Read more »
It is very possible, but an attorney must know additional details about your situation to give you an answer with more certainty, as these are often difficult cases to prove. That said, I would recommend organizing all information you believe is relevant to this situation, including pictures,...Read more »
It is possible, but the likelihood of success on a lawsuit, and the viability of recovery is a very fact specific determination that cannot be made with confidence unless one has much more information than is provided in this question. Therefore, I would recommend organizing everything related to...Read more »
I went to chevy dealer ship for a oil change and the guy said we running a special get a oil change and tire rotation for 50 bucks! I said sound good! I was there and I knew my tire had a nail in my tire wall and they would ask if I wanted to change my tire but they never did! I Sat their from... Read more »
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