I hired a subcontractor to do work for me in NY state. He hired an uninsured, unlicensed guy to do the actual work. This person he hired went outside the scope of instructed work and started pulling wires, cutting wires, and shutting off breakers in my clients facility. Once this was discovered, he... Read more »
How do you know the sub was a non-employee. You can always contact the Department of Labor. That may not help you much but only the DOL can decide who is or who is not an employee. Even if everyone wanted to agree, in writing, that the unlicensed was independent. What both parties think is beside...Read more »
In these cases, the damages are generally related to the severity of the harm. In that vein, similar to negligence-based personal injury cases, a court would examine the nature of injuries and disabilities, with a major factor being whether they are temporary or permanent.
Night of 10/14/18 once we arrived home from Mc'Donalds my son put his drink in the refrigerator before bed he went to grab his drink by the time he was finishing his drink he was screamy due to somthing slimy on his tongue pulled it out his straw and it was a large worm. I contacted the... Read more »
Acorns withdrew $1,000 from my checking account. Said it was a "one-time investment", but i never withdrew anything manually or agreed to anything. I need an explanation for this. There's nowhere in the terms & conditions that state that this would happen. Is there any legal... Read more »
I am now 64 years old and at the age of 58 was diagnosed with severe Osteoporosis (i was told i have the bones of an 80 year old. I have seen several specialists who have no idea why I should have such a severe case. I do not smoke and i rarely drink. However, Scotia does fluoridate its water... Read more »
These types of cases could be complex, because of the level of scientific and medical expertise required. If you yourself are contemplating legal action, a consultation with an attorney could enable you to learn, at the very least, time tables, deadlines, statutes of limitations, and notices of...Read more »
Maybe the best place to start here would be to contact the manufacturer or dealer. I didn’t see anything in the facts as to what the product was, but if the recall was related to safety or an issue involving risk of injury, reputable companies would likely be interested in addressing the matter.
If you prevail, in addition to recovering a financial award for pain and suffering, medical expenses, as well as lost earnings, are generally recoverable in products liability actions under New York law. However, to prove lost earnings a plaintiff will be required to demonstrate that the...Read more »
I bought several computers from a person in NJ. He assured me over the phone and over text that 3 of the 4 computers were fully functional. After receiving them...none of the computers worked and they looked like they had come out of the garbage. I paid him $850. I live in NYC.
She sent me texts complaining about not having money and needing a phone so I offered to help and she said she would pay her half of the bill then went to Verizon and bought a new phone with me there. Then lost her phone and went and bought another brand new iPhone and raised the bill to well over... Read more »
My suggestion is to call the Attorney General's office. If the dealer is too sleazy to pay, then you can bet this has happened before. You were sold a NEW vehicle, not one that had been damaged and repaired.
This happened at school and she is trying to make me buy her a new one. I offered to have it fixed but she wants me to buy her A new laptop. When I was passing through I said excuse me and her laptop was on the edge of the desk. Im currently in a very tough situation and cant pay for a $1000... Read more »
It depends on her own measure of fault, e.g., was the laptop too far out in the aisle? More details are necessary to provide a professional analysis of your issue. The best first step is an Initial Consultation with an Attorney such as myself. You can read more about me, my credentials, awards,...Read more »
You'll need to prove causation, and an expert witness may be necessary to your case. More details are necessary to provide a professional analysis of your issue. The best first step is an Initial Consultation with an Attorney such as myself. You can read more about me, my credentials, awards,...Read more »
The opposition is entitled to know about all requests and filings. They may also want a copy of the transcript. More details are necessary to provide a professional analysis of your issue. The best first step is an Initial Consultation with an Attorney. You can read more about me, my credentials,...Read more »
I want them to buy my car back because it's been in the garage more than I've had it and this time the garage can't figure out what is wrong with it they've tried everything they can and I don't want to keep paying for a car I can't even drive.
Is it a new or used car? Was there a warranty with the car? More details are necessary to provide a professional analysis of your issue. The best first step is an Initial Consultation with an Attorney. You can read more about me, my credentials, awards, honors, testimonials, and media appearances/...Read more »
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