A Pennsylvania attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. It sounds like you're talking about a welding blanket. You could contact a Pennsylvania attorney to discuss - it would take investigation and possibly trial to make the determination of defectiveness. It could...Read more »
You should consult a lawyer in your home state to answer this question. The answer depends on a number of factors and the following list is not exhaustive: (1) does the offer fairly compensate you; (2) have you considered whether you will need future care and will you incur other medical expenses...Read more »
The important question in your situation is, "Did you suffer injury?" If you did, you could try to arrange a free initial consult with a Pennsylvania injury attorney to discuss what happened to you. If you were not injured, even if you could establish a case for the poor quality control...Read more »
So it's very immature, it's about one friend banging another friends mom. It's 52,000 words right now and I intend to make it longer. If my friends mom, who is very uptight, gets a hold of it, could I be sued? What if I don't sell it and just print some copies for me and my... Read more »
I'm not licensed in Pennsylvania but the likelihood of being sued it would depend on a number of things. First, it would depend on what Pennsylvania's laws are for defamation and right of publicity. If you publish a false statement of fact about a person to another person you could be...Read more »
We signed a contract with a window company. We filled out the credit application jointly (my husband and I). It was denied and the window company reapplied seperately to different companies to get us the financing. They did not check with us regarding this and it has now hit out credit report as... Read more »
Sorry to inform you but "hitting your credit rating twice" is not actionable at law because you cannot prove any damages. At best you can complain about the creditor to the credit reporting agency--who probably has a file on this same window company.
Better check in with JAG corps on this--sounds like potential multiple violations. You should know that access is for the specific purpose only. Can you hand out cards, or other items? Not sure of that but if someone is looking to burn you you're giving them a match it seems to me.
was flagged by Nissan and was to be sold at auction with "no engine warranty". The small dealer I bought it from never disclosed any issues or any flags to the engine warranty. Now I have a car that needs a new motor. Car was sold in New Jersey.
Specifically distribute as a health products to regular consumers who do not have a prescription or medical condition. Or are prescriptions only needed for cbd oil made from marijuana and not industrial hemp?
I had a Zimmer knee put in July of 2005. In sept 2, 2014 I had to have it replaced it came loose and I was in terrible pain. I believe this knee was recalled. Do I have any legal recourse to compensation for all the pain, expense and loose of work?
In a products liability case you need to have a duty, breach of the duty and damages. I’m not sure if pizza delivery gives rise to a duty. What are your damages? You would have to have damages in the six figure area to warrant the expense of litigation.
Returned the rug and was perfectly normal health prior to this,but after rug was bought I began feeling awful in the lungs and throat. Had a routine throat scope to find out there is yeast in my esophagus. Is this just a buyer beware? Or would Ollie’s be responsible for selling rugs with... Read more »
Your question went out to the family law attorneys. You should discuss this with a personal injury attorney. My thoughts are that, unless you actually suffered damages, there are no grounds for a lawsuit, but, as I said, you should check with a personal injury attorney.
Hope you told your credit card company the amount is in dispute. Did you have witnesses? Find out what they are claiming are the damages--if it's things like undercarriage likely you didn't cause them.
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