An Oklahoma attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. You could reach out to attorneys who handle such cases and try to arrange a free initial consult. Preserve all the material you have from the explosion. This could be a tough case as a general matter, without...Read more »
What you should do would depend on whether you sustained any injuries. I hope you did not. But if you did, it's possible you could have the grounds for a claim. If you were injured, you should speak with an Oklahoma attorney and preserve the cookie(s) containing glass and remainder of the...Read more »
You can file a provisional patent application and say patent pending for a year but that may not be a long-term fix. In order for the patent process to be valuable to you, you need to get claims in a non-provisional application through the examination process. You will need to show that what you...Read more »
In January I slipped and fell on the job and severed my patellar tendon. The injury required surgical reattachment and for two days after surgery I was told not to move from my bed. I wasn't not sent home on any type of anticoagulants or with an exercise machine and I developed a DVT which led... Read more »
Hello, I was wondering if an animal vaccine manufacturer can be sued over the death of an animal. We had to put our dog down today because of distemper, even though she had been vaccinated. The vet has the records and is checking to see if the manufacturer will pay the veterinarian bill for having... Read more »
If its a recurrent problem, possibly a class action. The law treats pets like objects.They have a certain retail value, and the value of your pet based on resales for dogs of that age, variety, condition is what youi get--what it meant to you, you don't get.
If you were injured, seek medical care and talk to an injury lawyer. If not, you can ask for a refund and/or report it to the manufacturer -- they may send you vouchers for free green beans.
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