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Q: I ordered a tablet from an app called tophatter. It didnt work and inside I found tiny bugs. Could this be a lawsuit

They gave me a refund and told me to keep tablet

Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar answered on Feb 23, 2020

A judge could ask what your damages were. If the tablet didn't work and your money was refunded, a judge could hold that you were compensated for your damages. You could check if another attorney sees things differently. Good luck

Tim Akpinar

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Q: Am I responsible for water draining downhill from my bkyard to his bkyard when I water my lawn? More below:

My house is at the top of an incline, and his is at the bottom of it. He has now filed a police report against me and plans to file with the Environmental Protection Agency. I do not feel that I am over watering my yard. I am nearly 70 y/o, retired, and only on SS income. Any suggestions or advice... Read more »

Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar answered on Oct 27, 2019

Use less water and don't apply until the point that water starts draining onto your neighbor's yard. Tell your neighbor you'll take measures to prevent water draining into his yard. Tell him you'll work with him and ask him to let you know if you reach the point of water running... Read more »

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