A friend of mine ordered chicken tacos at a restaurant in Illinois and was served fish tacos instead. He has a seafood allergy but did not alert the staff. He had an allergic reaction which required use of his epi-pen and about 4 hours in the hospital. He was only seeking reimbursement for $145 in... Read more »
My phone keep over heating and i have had vascular burning and ear ringing, now ear aches coming from the phone. Dec. 2,2015. I suffered a brain stroke and burst blood vessel after complaining of the phone over heating problem to T-mobile and Samsung. Please let me know because my health has... Read more »
If your health is worsening, I highly recommend seeking medical attention first and foremost. Next, consult with a personal injury attorney. Do not make any statements until you do. A knowledgeable personal injury attorney will review the details of your situation, and advise as to the best...Read more »
Purchased a 2017 electric scooter from amazon on 4/4/17 and it exploded 6/25/17 causing serious damage to our camper ,car, Plus damage to our harley , as well as 100% loss of scooter that is under warranty. I sent pics to manufacture through Amazon and never got a response
Iwas involved in a rear end collision (not at fault) the car behind me swerved out of the way and luckily did not hit me. But the second car behind me unfortunately struck my right backside tail light. After the accident she stated that when she realized she was coming straight at me it was too... Read more »
Youi get the book value of the car. Under the books addition should be made if in great condition. Unfortuantely if book value is low about all you get. However you may have an injury case if you haven't given statements that hurt such a case. Time you got a consult with a member of the Illinois...Read more »
Not unless you suffered substantial damages as a result of the bones being inside of the package, for example if you ate and choked on the bones. Without damages, you do not have a case worth pursuing.
I was driving through an intersection with a green light and this idiot ran through his red light and T boned me. Lucky for me the intersection had cameras and so obviously all the tickets were written out to him, but the thing is I've put in thousands of dollars in to my car after I bought it and... Read more »
The short answer is yes you can. If an Illinois resident were to sue a foreign based company, there may be a need to check out whether the country of the foreign company is a signatory of an international treaty with the US. In just about every case that I have been involved with where a foreign...Read more »
The title doesnt match the trailer and in Fl when you purchase something from out of state it needs a VIN check. We have been arguing with the seller since 3/17/17. My husband makes 900-1000 a day and is unable to work this trailer. Looking for loss wages and to expedite the fix of the title which... Read more »
You need an attorney that deals with consumer protection. Is the seller located in Illinois? In any event, I would recommend organizing all information relevant to this situation, including the sales contract and any written communications you have had with the seller, and consult with a consumer...Read more »
If you are conducting business in the US, I highly suggest you obtain a lawyer from the US. Many of us offer free consultations, so it will not cost you anything to obtain a professional's opinion that is tailored to the specific facts of your case.
You can sue the product manufacturer, distributor and component part maker independent of any class action if you sustained an injury. Many times cases that are pending with numerous party plaintiffs, if federal jurisdiction, the cases may be consolidated for discovery purposes only in a...Read more »
2014 (1)The company forced me into an upgrade two-year contract under duress because it changed its network service; (2)Sprint sold me a defective phone without proper warning of its defects and refused to fix, return, or exchange the device, even though the company knew of its defects at the time;... Read more »
There are many issues present in the facts provided, and you should absolutely consult with an attorney individually so you can obtain a comprehensive assessment of your case. It is apparent that the company is not taking you seriously, and likely will not until you obtain legal representation....Read more »
The answer to your question is highly technical, and is dependent on very specific facts that are not provided here. There are very specific requirements for a class action, and your recovery may be much less if you opt into a class. In any event, if you were injured by a defective product, I...Read more »
If the title shows no possessory interest, then they may not be able to repossess. I suggest you contact a consumer attorney who s a member of www.naca.net--they give free consultations. If you /your husband is getting notice of an intent to reposess he needs to draw the clean title and receipt to...Read more »
The product manufacturer who has published the recall should notify owners of the product with such notice. If the product is a car for example, that notice may be an actual mailed notice of the recall. If the recall is any variety of products out in circulation, it depends. For example, a home...Read more »
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