i have asked him when it will be done and he just says that he will finish it when he is ready, i have asked for a refund but he will not do that either, i live in Missouri and the company is in Florida
We just purchased a used car in Missouri from a dealership. Within a couple hours after turning the car on, the light that says airbag failure is on. Is this something that the dealership should have disclosed or that they should have known based on the inspection laws in Missouri?
The challenge you might face is proving that the dealership knew of the problem and made a misrepresentation to you. If you can prove this, you might have a decent claim under Missouri's consumer fraud statute, the Merchandising Practices Act. Contact a local attorney to discuss.
I noticed a police officer and security guard speaking with the people at the front desk of the health club I was working out in. They were looking in my direction and pointing at me. The police officer left with something in what appeared to be a plastic bag. A man walked up and said something to... Read more »
My wife was garnished today. What we have found out is that it is from a 2009 judgment for a WAMU credit card. We never even knew there was a court date to begin with. In 09 we had lived at the same property for 8 years and she was a stay at home home and I had been at my job for 10 years. No... Read more »
Yikes. Bad situation. The first step is to take a look at the affidavit of service to see whom the plaintiff claims was served. If service was invalid, hire an attorney to seek to have it set aside as void.
I was seeking a personal loan to consolidate debt. I contacted personal lending group and a few hours later a group called MJM Lending (located in Florida) called and stated they were a partner of Personal Lending Group. They told me to call Compass Bank and apply for a loan because they did not... Read more »
"now final. We would certainly like to cooperate with you. The sooner you contact us, the sooner we can try to help you take care of this debt." I had no notice to come to court- will my wages get garnished or bank account be frozen? I owe $224 and I live in St. Louis.
In order for a money judgment to have been entered against you the plaintiff must have gotten you served. Go to the court and ask to view the return of service. It could be that a family member of yours over age 15 was served and that service was therefore valid.
Didn't have the money to go all the way through the patient process. Another company got a hold of our product for the intent to closely reputicate it. What can we do legally or can we start the patient process all over again to try and protect ourselves before they do ?
If you had a public sale of your product, then your public sale put the product into the public domain and you cannot start over to seek a patent on that product. You could continue with the patent process if you started the process before the first public sale and did not abandon the process or...Read more »
It may be that you are in a property that is uninhabitable. It may be that your lease requires the landlord to maintain the property. You need to speak to an attorney concerning the specific facts in your case.
The client was quoted a cost of ~$150 when the bill got changed it was ~$195. The company offered a $25 credit but could not match the cost that there representative quoted initially. Client has this in writing.
Missouri law provides, in the Merchandising Practices Act, that if someone suffers damage because of deception, that person is entitled to relief. Now, just because the law says you're entitled to it, doesn't mean you get it. That's where a smart attorney comes in. Now, what you're describing...Read more »
We recently bought a 2005 Chrysler Town and Country from Carmart August 31st. It has been nothing but problems. They knew our situation as we have a disabled father (in wheelchair) and we needed something reliable that he could get into & would fit his wheelchair. We paid 1500.00 down and 150... Read more »
You need to speak to an attorney quickly. They can best determine to what relief you may be entitled under the law. You may ask your attorney about Missouri's Lemon Law, Merchandising Practices Act, and other opportunities for relief available to you. But there's no easy yes-or-no answer to your...Read more »
I was putting a metal roof on our porch today and my ladder slid, when I caught myself my arm touched a service drop that runs to the meter loop, when it done so I was electrocuted causing a small burn on my arm and numbness and tingling in my hand and arm, when I looked at it I noticed it was... Read more »
I have reciepts from products I have purchased from The Honest Company. Due to a recall and a class-action lawsuit against false advertising and mold in wipes, I am entitled to my money back. When talking to a representative they told me I would only get a refund for my last 2 purchases. If I have... Read more »
For many types of debts and liabilities the statute of limitations is 10 years. Some are even longer. There are some shorter. You need to be more specific. However, Most consumer debts and contracts are 10 years from the date of the last payment.
The truck was at the shop to have the instrument cluster looked at as it had stopped working. While there and parked on the lot a truck that was parked behind mine caught fire and did significant damage to the rear of mine. Mine was paid for, and in excellent condition, no rust, did not burn oil.... Read more »
You have a technical breach of the specific representations. Problem is can you show what the damage to the car was and how that is diminished? Contact a member of www.naca.net in your area to see what they say.
I had a case in the consumer law area. The court motioned in my favor, and there was the second part which I lost track of the case because my lawyer in the case died. What I am supposed to do,and how can I find my case?.
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