Bruce Alexander Minnick's answer You may have sufficient legal reasons to allow you to get out of this lease; However, you should take the lease and all related documents to a local lawyer and ask for their assistance.
Timur Akpinar's answer A starting point could be to bring the underrated tires to the attention of the dealership. If they agree to the issue you raise and are willing to work with you to remedy the problem, that might be the most cost-effective solution.
Bruce Alexander Minnick's answer AVVO is a free online legal forum established to allow members of the public to ask general legal questions to experienced lawyers who volunteer their valuable time to do so. Your important small business question should be directed to your business lawyer. If you have not consulted or retained a business lawyer you are encouraged to do so--before you make mistakes adversely affecting the future of your valuable small business.
J. Brent Burney's answer Yes, you would have a claim for the property loss, medical bills, pain, and suffering. You could also recover your lost wages if you have proof that you missed work as a result of the injuries suffered in the accident. The property claim is separate from your bodily injury claim. Thus, you can settle your property claim before you settle the injury claim. However, I would advise you to speak with an attorney before you speak to the insurance company.
Daniel John Christensen's answer In general, if one driver has a traffic control device and the other does not, the driver without the traffic control device has the right of way. It is difficult for me to advise you on your specific situation with the facts given. Please call us and we can see if we can help you. 512-888-9999.
Bruce Alexander Minnick's answer This situation cannot be handled by asking for legal advice online. If the amount of money involved is substantial, you should consider hiring a lawyer experienced in Internet contracts and collections issues.
Kevin E. Flynn's answer You can do some preliminary patent searching using tips from this slide set -- http://bit.ly/Patent_Searching or to hire a patent attorney to conduct Freedom-to-Operate searches and clearance work see -- https://www.flynniplaw.com/services/legal-services/freedom-to-operate/opinions.
To the extent that you are buying a good that is very similar to a well-known brand, you can look at the packaging for the well-known brand and that packaging should include a list of patents that cover the...
Charles M. Baron's answer Yes, if your adult son has sole title to the vehicle, he, and he alone, is legally responsible for it and the use of it. Once your child turns 18, you are not responsible in any way for his acts or omissions for use of vehicles (or anything else) that are not owned by you, not shared with you, and not used for your employment of him. The registration and insurance as well should be in his name. Where he gets the money to pay for car expenses and insurance is not relevant to any issue of...
William John Light's answer To be honest, it seems pretty unlikely that every single piece of electronics was damaged so severely that they are all inoperable. Moreover, your stated value of the router is about $40 too high. Similar exaggerations for the value of the other equipment will be devastating to your credibility.
However, to pursue a claim, you would first make a written demand upon the manufacturer and retailer of the stand for compensation for your damages setting forth each damaged component by...
Timur Akpinar's answer It's not fully clear what took place here, in terms of what you agreed to, whether you were provided with an estimate, what amount you were charged, what the original problem with the car was, what the condition of the car is, what the mechanic did, among other issues. You could contact an attorney to ask if you could have a brief free consultation to discuss your rights here and the cost of pursuing them.
Adam Alexander's answer Michigan's Lemon has strict requirements regarding the number of repairs required to qualify as a "Lemon":
It shall be presumed that a reasonable number of attempts have been undertaken to repair a defect or condition if 1 of the following occurs:
a) The same defect or condition that substantially impairs the use or value of the new motor vehicle to the consumer has been subject to repair a total of 4 or more times by the manufacturer or new motor vehicle dealer within 2 years...
V. Jonas Urba's answer How do you know the sub was a non-employee. You can always contact the Department of Labor. That may not help you much but only the DOL can decide who is or who is not an employee. Even if everyone wanted to agree, in writing, that the unlicensed was independent. What both parties think is beside the point. The fact that you think they should have been licensed indicates that they probably did not have their own business nor other customers, probably did not decide how, how much, or when they...
Steve McCann's answer You should stop everything you are doing and consult with an attorney immediately. Do not contact the relevant parties or make any statements about the matter until you are represented. Also, I recommend acting quickly, as you have a limited amount of time to respond to a summons.
Many of us offer free consultations, so it will not cost you anything out of pocket to organize the complaint and other relevant documentation, and consult with an experienced attorney. After a review of...
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