I read article 39 14-313 under the distribution of tobacco products and you would think it would be no however with the new technology of vending machines being able to use age verification, Would there be a way to get around this legislation and put these vending machines anywhere?
Unless the state permits that machine you would not be able to get the proper license to sell the product. It is unlikely, for many reasons, for that permission to be granted but you can always contact something like the American Enterprise Foundation to see if their legal arm is willing to...Read more »
Anyone can sue anyone for anything. Your suing would not be as much a stretch as this one, but you’ll either need to pay an attorney potentially tens of thousands of dollars or secure contingency representation....Read more »
I have created several car scavenger hunts that people can pay and download a digital copy of the clues. The clues will send them around town to find different locations and do different tasks. Once they pay for the digital copy they can do it at anytime they please with whoever they decide to... Read more »
A North Carolina attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for four weeks. Before offering guidance on waivers, disclaimers, or other notices to the public, as a general matter, an attorney might need to know more about the digital service. It's possible a consult could be needed...Read more »
There was a recall on the clutch and we fixed that issue before the recall and are trying to get reimbursed. The same issue has happened though on top of other issues. The car is used to and from work and normal use. It is only about 18 months old and we have sunk about $6,000 repairs on a brand... Read more »
I talked to a brewery about buying their WHO 80% Alcohol Formula in bulk and selling it to businesses within the triangle area in NC. I want to see what legal issues there may be and how to avoid getting into trouble.
A North Carolina attorney could advise you best, as state law issues could be applicable, but your post remains open for a week. One issue that you could consider is posing this question to a trademark attorney, as that category is not included in the selections made. You are selling someone...Read more »
There wasn't a question here, but if you're wondering if this creates the basis for a lawsuit, it would depend on damages. A court would look at what you suffered in terms of damages by taking one less pill as a standard dosage. Based on these brief facts, I don't see it as a case...Read more »
Ask for the 13,000. I assume you filed a police report and can document the value? Note that the value you'd get in court would be the value as they were. Tell them you expect the 13. Chances are they are trying to avoid an insurance claim.
Husband out of work for 4 and a half months due to injury not sustained at work. Work said he had 40 hrs PTO he can use, but broken down to maintain insurance needed for operations , Dr appts, etc. Returns to work, employer hand him document that is not notrawarized and typed up in a Microsoft word... Read more »
Whether the document is notarized or not does not matter. This is a simple internal payroll issue. It sounds like the employer has allowed your husband to return to work but is also docking your husband's pay because he used more than 40 hours of PTO while tending to his medical needs. This...Read more »
My longtime partner, diagnosed with Acute Leukemia after working with Benzene products for 21 years. He tool all the precautions(mask, ventilation, etc.)In March 2018, After extensive research, experts at Harborview Medicine Environment and Occupational have determined benzene flipped the genetic... Read more »
May have an occupational disease or similar claim. Look for a member of the NC Assn for Justice who handles workers compensation and toxic exposure cases--they give free consults and could best advise your partner.
You may be able to sue to enforce the clear terms of the contract. If the roof repairs were described in that contract, you should contact a local real estate attorney to learn what action you may be able to take to seek relief.
The class action if lucky you'll get 500 dollars which is about 1 yr of protection actually defense can't protect now and it won't cover any time or aggravation or IRS protection from scammers but in small claims on and individual case could I ask for maximum pay out for local jurisdiction
I purchased ~$6k worth of the product, and subsequently found that it does not provide the protection that the manufacturer (a North Carolina entity) claimed. They have ignored my request to return the product, but I cannot sell something that I know doesn't work. In light of their refusal to... Read more »
Breach of express and implied warranties or if you talked to them, warranties of fitness for a particular person. If you purchased because they advertised over there, you may be able to sue over there. Otherwise, you have to come here. You don't get travel expenses.
I walked outside my home two days ago to find my car gone. Towed because the HOA contracted a towing company to come by periodically to check for registered tags. But I got no notice for the tow. I went to pick up the car today and they would not let my friend pay for me even though we were both... Read more »
You question makes no sense - the Court does not do what you are asking about. Are you saying your mother has subpoenaed your your cell phone records as part of a current court action and you are wondering how long it will take for her to receive them? If so - assuming the cell phone company...Read more »
Look at my discussion on the posts about xarelto.In addition to those facts, understand that birth cases are extremely difficult when the fallout is health issues that can occur without any adverse reaction--you can have a premature baby, miscarriage with no drug being involved. To try to prove it...Read more »
When I contacted the company and told them I know I didn't suffering massive injuries other than cut up mouth and MD appt. to get the bone out of my throat,but I was more lending to the fact they meet all the criteria for the stirct liability claim
not sure what you are asking. If what you mean is just for having a product claim do you get something--no. You get money for your pain and suffering --significant--and your medical bills, and any future problems a doctor says you will have, and any wage loss. If you mean do you get punitive...Read more »
and got a piece stuck in my tonsil that was removed by MD.The company stated to me there is no way what was in the bag was a "bone"So I had UNC Hosp. do a exam and Yes it was a "bone" I had a large and small piece.The company wants me to settle for 500$ since my injuries were... Read more »
check with a couple of members of the NC Assn for Justice--they give free consults. The company may be right--that the problem is with their supplier--but it's their supplier. The law says there is a high degree of responsibility--strict liability --for food. It's on them. They should be...Read more »
The.company plan on suing her for the money but she doesnt have it. We offered to give them back their product but they refuse to take it. We keep getting phone calls from a lawyer who has not provided us his name but is always threatening my mom. What should we do
I was boiling water in a pan last night. I just bought a new cheap cookware set a while ago. I was making some tea before going to bed. However, when I lifted up the pot, the handle was to hot for me to lift up. It had caused me to reactively drop it quickly. Though luckily the pot didn't fall... Read more »
You can send your medical bills to the manufacturer but don't hold your breath. File a complaint with the CPSC. However, high heat safe means that it won't melt, not that it won't get so hot that you don't need a kitchen mit to handle.
If you are packaging it from bulk for resale, probably. If you are just reselling a sealed package you have, I don't believe so but if you are a business why not contact your lawyer or insurance company.
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