Vehicle went in for routine oil change to dealer. Was told I need a new engine. Dealer has no loaners. Car manufacturer customer service offered $60/day for rental but says I’m responsible for taxes and fees from the rental. For 9 month rental replacing a 6 passenger car costs $18k-$24k with... Read more »
answered on Mar 23, 2023
I suggest you contact an auto warranty lawyer to review your issue on more detail.
No minor in no way orders or consumes the beverage, but picks up the tab. IE a minor takes their parents out for dinner.
answered on Feb 13, 2023
Money is money. There would be no problem with the minor paying for the bill.
Seller said nothing wrong with vehicle. Said the trans was rebuilt and had a recent oil change. Upon further inspection AFTER the purchase, break lights don’t work, tailgate sticks/doesn’t stay up, battery needs to be replaced, needs O2 sensor, replace ABS control module, original VIN... Read more »
answered on Nov 28, 2022
Unlikely. Is this a private seller? This is a classic caveat emptor situation: until the point where money and title changed hands, you had the ability to investigate, and either negotiate for a lower price or walk away. Unless the seller warranted, guaranteed, or promised you something, I think... Read more »
I work at the rotisserie chicken section of a large supply chain grocery store. There is a restaurant that orders a large amount from us once or twice a week. As soon as the chicken comes out of the oven, it goes directly into the fridge until they eventually pick it up. They then reheat it and... Read more »
answered on Jul 26, 2022
It doesn't sound concerning by itself. I suppose tweaking the facts could render it problematic, but it sounds at least from this side of your post, that you are asking out of annoyance.
Repair service came out and agreed there was a problem. Supposedly they order a part. Nothing has been done as of January 17, 2022. Can we demand a refund?
answered on Jan 17, 2022
Likely depends on the purchase agreement, company policy, as well as the status of the part that was ordered. Demanding a refund and getting a refund are two different things, and being custom furniture, your question requires a much deeper than typical contract analysis to get a closer answer.... Read more »
I opened a bank account and was going to have my boyfriend added as a joint account. We got the paperwork filled out and went to go process it but it didn't process because he is in collections with his separate bank. We were told he needed to pay that debt of 1st before he could be added.... Read more »
answered on Dec 20, 2021
Do he clear up the debt with the other bank first? I would contact the bank, then the police to file a report.
She found out that it was a lie. They had nickle AND lead, and some have reported the lead is toxic. Now, I know MLMs are extremely hard to catch, but they tout these jewels, necklaces, bracelts, etc as LEAD AND NICKLE free to ALL consultants, AND customers. Is there ANYTHING my mom can do to sue... Read more »
answered on Nov 29, 2021
This sounds like a breach-of-contract claim. The devil is in the details, and there are more details than I can list in this format. Who would be the defendant? Is there a written warranty by the seller regarding the merchandise? Where is the defendant? Is there jurisdiction here in Michigan?... Read more »
They furniture place won’t go get the furniture instead they sent the account to their legal team what can I do
answered on Oct 8, 2021
Not much you can do except either 1) get the furniture back yourself and return it to the store, or 2) pay the bill. It's your name on the dotted line; your problem now.
When you signed for it, the store is holding you responsible for it. They don't care about who the furniture is... Read more »
Scalp issues, hair loss still going on. It has been a week since I quit using the shampoo and conditioner. I still have hair loss, my hair is my pride. If I bald from this I won’t be happy at all.
answered on Jul 12, 2021
You need to see a dermatologist. To be successful in a lawsuit, you will need to link the product to the condition through expert testimony.
Is there still a case? It was a Johnson and Johnson mesh she had put in her in 2012. She saw a Specialist in 2018 and he told her the quality of life she had now is the best it’s going to be and it couldn’t be removed. It had already broken down in her body by then and caused a fistula. Long... Read more »
answered on Jul 7, 2021
I'm very sorry for the loss of your mother. A Michigan attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for a week. You ask very good questions. Yes, there are product liability suits that do not necessarily involve recalls. And yes, you should try another lawyer. They may tell you the... Read more »
He was summons today for the remaining balance of the vehicle. It was sold after repossession at an auction. I am responsible for the debt and I want to take care of it. He has a family and I don't want to create a financial hardship on him. Can I respond to the summons asking the court to... Read more »
answered on Jun 1, 2021
He has to respond. He can ask to substitute you, but as you defaulted which is why they are going after him, they may say "naaaah--we want him!"
Now, they may agree to make a payment schedule but before he signs off, is the group coming after him the same people you signed a loan... Read more »
answered on Apr 21, 2021
Without a more specific question and subject matter it's really hard to say, but possibly and possibly not.
People of interest coming in my home damaging my funiture and spitting on my walls tempering with my gas is they a law for this
answered on Mar 11, 2021
I am unaware of any way alarm companies could be held liable for a person's criminal conduct. You may have a claim for if the alarm simply did not work, but your damages would be more limited than recovery for what someone actually did to your place.
To sign a release and indemnity and want my social security number i dont know if i should sign it
answered on Feb 25, 2021
You should contact a personal injury attorney, or any attorney really that can maybe help you understand what you are signing.
answered on Feb 23, 2021
Accutane has been the subject of much product liabiilty. A lot would depend on what your doctors attribute your mental health change to. Contact attorneys who advertise for Accutane adverse reactions.
Trying to prove the origin of a mental health condition can be quite difficult.
They have footage of who took it and we made a police report, but I want to file a lawsuit against their neglected security of my product after taking custody of it, am I in good standings?
answered on Jan 26, 2021
I'm not sure what you would gain from it economically. Generally, one party's liability ends upon another party's criminal action. If there is video footage of this, I'm unsure what other security measures Goodwill could be expected to take. Further, stores are usually not... Read more »
Im an AUDI enthusiast and also a custom jewelry designer and fabricator with a small LLC. Ive wanted to replace the metal AUDI symbol and vehicle badges (S4) that are in various locations on the vehicle with identical replicas in diamond encrusted gold/silver, but understand there are probably many... Read more »
answered on Jan 11, 2021
You can do it for yourself on your own vehicle, but you wouldn't be able to offer them for sale to others due to trademark issues. If you were to sell them at retail, you would need to obtain a license from Audi, otherwise you could be sued for trademark infringement.
I developed a severe gambling addiction while taking Mirapex long-term. It stopped after I quit taking the drug. This has placed me on the brink of bankruptcy. Is this a valid basis for suing the manufacturer? Do the existence of prior class action lawsuits to which I was not a party prevent me... Read more »
answered on Nov 21, 2020
A Michigan attorney could answer best, but your question remains open for a week. As a GENERAL matter, It seems like it would be a difficult case to establish. It could depend on what the warning label for Mirapex includes, but the drug is generally used to treat symptoms of Parkinson's... Read more »
Well I was living with a friend and I recently moved out but I was never on the lease, most of my things are there I wanted to get them back but the person is giving me tge run around to get them. Is there any way I could obtain them?
answered on Nov 12, 2020
Not easily. You might need to file a claim and delivery action in the local district court.
Saying it would just be a couple days all they had to do was replace a panel they forgot to but when the fire marshal returned when the panel was replaced he did a fuller inspection and found the dryer was so full of lint it was actually all the way up in the ceiling going about 40 feet back. This... Read more »
answered on Aug 28, 2020
Your question references a condition at the property which could've, but in actuality did not adversely affect you. In the eyes of the law, you lack standing to sue, because you have not suffered a particularized injury traceable to the hotel's conduct. Sure, you... Read more »
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