cracked a tooth, dentist filed it down, put a crown on it, couldn't eat on that side of my mouth due to the pressure on the tooth aggravated the nerve, might need a root canal. Don't have dental insurance. Already gave dentist $750 for the crown.
Based on these brief facts, there is no general, universal answer. It could depend on a number of factors, some of which include dentist's conformity to requisite standard of care, condition of patient's teeth, communications between dentist and patient, patient's understanding of risks of...Read more »
Boyfriend and I bought house and deed has both names on it when we sell is it a Florida law that the proceeds will be split between parties Can separate checks be made out as he feels I should not get anything I have made all the mortgage payments and he put a small amount down on home
I purchased a vehicle from a used car dealer, I asked prior to the purchase if there were any mechanical issues that needed to be addressed sooner rather than later, I was told no the car is perfect. I’ve fixed everything that needed to be repaired. I paid the $3,000 and I drove the car off the... Read more »
You need to consult an attorney handling consumer protection matters in person, in order to show the purchase agreement and go through the whole story. One issue is whether you signed an "AS IS" contract (an unwise thing to do). If you did, that would present an obstacle to recovery, though in...Read more »
I attended a Christmas party hosted by someone and during the party, I stood on the pool table for a few seconds. The owner of the house the host had his event at has a picture of me on the table and is trying to charge for damages to the table. The party was hosted by someone else. It was his... Read more »
my son almost died from infection in his heart from the implant . now he has tried to say my sons valve should be repaired but nothing about taking the device out that has made him sick and is recalled. I feel the dr is lying and has lied to cover up mistakes such as implanted the wrong size as... Read more »
You say that your son is now an adult so your son will need to be the person that seeks additional medical advice or who contacts an Attorney if he feels that there was medical malpractice. You should talk to your son and encourage him to seek medical advice from another heart surgeon....Read more »
Based on these facts, it's difficult to determine who is liable for the clogging. You could repost in the Landlord-Tenant section, where an attorney with the best insight into these types of situations would have a better chance of picking up your question. As a practical matter, even if you are in...Read more »
anyway the mattress place said i must of took the cover off...I never have even tho it says u can,,,it has been used very little..i want to file a lawsuit to recover money for clean up and replace all the bed and clothes and carpet and stress from this and the health problems
I'm sorry for your ordeal. Unfortunately, the passage of so much time could present some serious challenges here. If you were able to arrange a free, or brief limited-fee initial consult, a Texas attorney should be able to outline some of these for you in greater detail. Good luck
There is some imaginary case from my lecturer and i need to answer it with WTO viewpoint. But i'm so confused because the product is not causing damages, only the factory. Does one of WTO agreement has relation to the factory? As far as i know it is only related to the product
I cannot speak for the requirements of the World Trade Organization, but you should be aware that countries can ban products for whatever reason they want as a general policy matter. Some of the substances banned in the United States that used to be used as insulating materials and transformer...Read more »
If you look at the matter in terms of a contract situation, food spoilage could be a foreseeable loss resulting from such a mechanical failure. But for a three month old unit, it's likelier that this is a warranty matter (the category Product Liability is more about injuries from defective...Read more »
I went to my local mall to get lashes extensions, they glue burned and infected my eyes and face, I told the technician that it was burning really bad when she applied it but she said that was normal, the next day my eyes was still hurting I called and if she could remove them because I couldn't... Read more »
Recently bought a car for 3500. The previous owner had the transmission rebuilt (this was disclosed to me) for 3500 and the warranty for it was 30 days which the shop told me would transfer after sale. I purchased the car and before I even got home the same problem happened. The shop worked on it... Read more »
I'm sorry for your friend's ordeal. Unless the possessions are very valuable, he is probably better off just getting stuff out for safekeeping as quickly as possible before further damage instead of losing time from work or school in court. Good luck
I'm not sure what you mean, but generally it would have to comply with the laws for sale of the country where it was sold as they were in 2011. However the US has few laws for computers in terms of what they must have.
if your son was under age, technically your brother committed an assault. You need to take the youth to a dermatologist for starters. You can also sue him but if he doesn't own much that may not get you anywhere.
I had sciolioisis surgery in 2000. The pins and rods used to repair my back have been recalled as of this year 2019, due to faulty materials and i need details on how to open a case pretaining to my situation. Please help
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.
My cup ashtray caught on fire, nearly giving my husband a heart attack, and burning both our fingers. he is on ssi for a panic disorder. We called dollar tree who said their claim department would contact us. I was wondering with a fire and a mental disorder involved how much should I ask for?
I'm sorry for your injuries; I hope you and your child are recovering. It's possible you could sue. But an attorney would need more information about the product and the manner in which you used it to make that determination. It's not enough that the product simply caused injury, as is the case...Read more »
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