The unit was not being used or turned on but was plugged into a gfci outlet. It was on my patio that is covered. Insurance agent is not returning calls and in the estimate it does not include replacing the unit. The breaker went in the the electric panel. Which leads me to believe the fire was... Read more »
You may want to consult with a Missouri attorney before moving forward further. Any advice you receive here would be without the benefit of a detailed review of the situation. If the matter moves to trial, statements made at such fact-finding inquiries could be brought in as admissible evidence....Read more »
And now they are tring to take it and day we stole it when i added up at least 1092.00 on a 700.00 bill how is that right please help me out in getting swindled im lower income have 4 daughters just tring to get by
Just to start before I get a lawyer I want to represent myself and get treated as an attorney, which I will and act upon. I want to obtain records and video from a hospital, a state counseling organization, and a state probation and parole center, this includes all records and vvideo I am involved... Read more »
You have the right to represent yourself, but unless you comply with the local court rules, rules of civil procedure, and relevant statutes, you will quickly find the experience to be a frustrating one. It might cost you more in the long run not to have hired a good attorney at the outset.
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.
My dad was a vet exposed to agent orange (seems like it may be relevant eventually) . I also knew the risks of the drug (I read the detailed folded up papers attached to the bottles). My dr was liable by not returning my call around the time of conception while titrating off depakote (for seizures)... 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 »
I'm not quite sure about your question. But if has to do with a class action, state action or a case in the federal multi-district litigation (MDL) you should be able to follow the status if you have the caption of the case.
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.
A friend is being held in Nodaway County Jail on a Class C or Class B felony drug charge stemming from someone givint the police information on my friend so they would not get stealing charges against them. My friend has no know money or access to funds to hire an attorney for her defense. She is... Read more »
This is a criminal law question, not products liability. You may want to re-post.
Please Take Notice: I am not your lawyer unless we enter into an engagement agreement in writing. This is only general information. It is NOT legal advice, and it may not work for your specific situation. It...Read more »
The answer to your question depends on what the evidence is that you were acting disorderly. The facts of your situation and the evidence the prosecutor intends to rely on should be compared with the language in the specific ordinance or statute you are accused of violating.
There is absolutely no set answer. Typically, if you are one of the first people to file suit against a company for a defective product, the company may resist the claim and your lawyer will have to file suit and it can be quite a lengthy process. If a company has lost a few similar claims it may...Read more »
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