If your vehicle is in a collision shop, property damage adjusters will sometimes revisit the vehicle to review the estimates of the shop against their own estimates after doing another walk-through of damages.
I am trying to purchase an ( a credenza) item via Facebook Marketplace. The seller agreed to my offers twice. Then her husband wants more is $$ for this item. Her's was listed Wed, March 3-20. I agreed to purchase it at the her asking price on 3-21. Then on 3-22 I received an alert through... Read more »
Unfortunately if she is not going to be cooperative you will not be in a position to purchase the item. I would back off and disappear for a bit. When she doesn't get any other offers she will attempt to contact you. By the way what is so special about this piece of furniture?
i have a property in Philadelphia and i was in the Agreement of the Sale with my buyer, he Could not Obtained the Mortgage to the Settlement Day Due to the $1100 Mortgage Lien is exist in my title, the settlement day was 11/30/2018, i was Hopping to terminate the deal and sent... Read more »
If that person was at fault? Or not? You aren't being clear.
If your vehicle was at fault, then your vehicle's insurance will pay for the driver's mistake. If the person was not authorized to drive that vehicle, the insurance may either a) not pay or b)pay under a...Read more »
Private seller---they probably sold it to you as-is. Unfortunately there is not much you can do? If you paid with a check you can try to stop payment. Try to repair the car as best you can. I am sorry this happened to you.
I had a vehicle. While it was in my possession I made payments. When the vehicle was obtained by the buyer he stopped payments and would not return the car to me (co-buyer). I made many attempts to get the car back. I made a couple attempts to get the buyer to refinance. I was in constant... Read more »
We paid the home inspection company additional fees to do a well flow test which needed to be done to obtain our FHA loan. They passed our house. After we purchased, we experienced issues with the well. The plumber/well driller we called failed our house for the well flow test and stated he worked... Read more »
In Pennsylvania. My husband came home from work and she bolted out the door when he opened it. The driver who hit her came back and asked "if someone had hit the cat" but then drove away again. No police were called, I rushed her to the animal hospital where she was later euthanized. I... Read more »
Not unless you can show he was careless in his driving, in which case you can recover the market value of the cat. Your husband knew what the cat would do and let him escape--it's not some driver's fault.
Contacted police when I got home. Asked them this question. They didn’t answer, seemed concerned about dog and said they would go check on the dog and scene and I should file a AA600 that’s about it. So basically file a report...then what? Are they going to find out who lives at the house and... Read more »
Everyone gets one space in our lot, and they know it. They had 3 vehicles parked there. 2 of them aren't even people who live with them, and my other neighbors had their vehicle parked there. I pulled in the lot not realizing they had three vehicles parked back there, and had no way to turn... Read more »
Generally you buy a used vehicle as is, unless the seller said the frame was good. You would have to show that it was something seller knew about and failed to tell you. If you want to do it, send him a request for refund of the payment, and you can then file in small claims for the area where he...Read more »
I have been giving my father my full tax return for the past 7 yrs under the pretense he would help me get my license and he keeps refusing yesterday he made it clear he never will help me and he has the right to my money cause he took me to work even though I paid him $200 every 2 weeks. Can I... Read more »
It would depend on the amount at issue. It's not clear what he promised to do. He doesn't have a right to take it under false pretenses. Before you sue, make sure you establish independence by getting drivers training and taking the test.
I found issues back in april I asked him to fix it april 18th and he never responded until 7 months later asking for final payment. I told him no and he never came back to finish the job back when I requested. He then asked for my key to my house to finish the work. I told him I don't trust... Read more »
When I went to jail for 9 months my daughter was to get my 9 yr old cat and keep him till I got out. My mom got him before she could and gave him to her friend telling that friend she could keep the cat. That friend knows me and also knows it was my cat, neither of them would tell my daughter or I... Read more »
Here is the problem, you are a parolee of some sort, if they report you, and can get the officers to take the case seriously (which won't be easy), you could end up getting violated for taking the cat. That means you could end up in jail if they call the police on you. You could always sue...Read more »
We are selling our house, and had a contingent agreement. During the home inspection, the buyers brought coffee in with them, and spilled it on our rug, leaving a very noticeable stain. They admit that they did it, but no one is willing to take responsibility for correcting the issue; neither the... Read more »
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