Have been looking for a new 2021 Mazda Miata certain color certain make and there seems to be only this one that is available at a Mazda certified dealership and the person that takes pictures of the car disclosed the information that this car had been in an accident and that it did not need to be... Read more »
I'm a third party claimant in a Product Liability claim. My claim is not based on the product but the packaging of the product. My first email response from the insured was that they were going to reach out to their supplier to have the problem fixed. The Insured sent the claim over to his... Read more »
A California attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for a week. On my own cases, I generally request independent verification, testing, or inspection of important elements of a case. You could review the file with an attorney to identify your options, and whether litigation or...Read more »
I've been going through the claims process for a product liability claim. The problem is not the product but the packaging the product came in. The Claims Adjuster had me send the product back to the insured for them to investigate. Wouldn't the Claims Adjuster do this? My claim was... Read more »
A California attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. One could only guess why the adjuster had you send the product back to the insured. Some additional details would be helpful to assess the claim, in terms of the type of defect, injuries, and other factors. You...Read more »
I signed all contract paperwork for a vehicle at a dealership, I haven't signed the loan check yet to give to them yet though. They said I could pick the car up after they repaired it due to recalls. This was a few days ago and I haven't heard anything back, they gave me a rental for the... Read more »
As this question was written 6 days ago, I'm hoping this has been resolved by now. But short answer is, yes you should be able to back out of the deal if you haven't received the car yet. On top of there being some consumer protection laws, that give some room for a buyer to have...Read more »
I recently purchase a home and hired a home inspector and had the property inspected and decided to move on with the sale. After living in the property for almost a year I hired an electrician, so I could add an outlet for my TV when the contractor saw my panel he refused to work on my property. He... Read more »
The statute of limitations for negligence is 2 years, breach of contract 4 years, but sometimes different periods apply to certain professionals, such as home inspectors. IMO you need to get your electrical problem solved first, and RETAIN THE OLD PANEL AS EVIDENCE. Take lots of photos showing...Read more »
You need to serve the initial papers on the registered agent and then what usually happens is they appoint an attorney to handle the matter. From there forward you would serve all your documents on the attorney representing the Corporation or LLC.
Do Walmart employees have the right to take/steal your personal belongings that you 100% walked into the store with and that you personally own (and have all of the receipts proving that you have boughten them)...
It is very hard to analyze your case with the little bit of information provided. You should sit down with a personal injury attorney who can get all the information and explain what options are available.
It would be great to have a document for guest writers, regular contributors, and anyone that submits anything to my site (written or media) to allow me and my website to publish their name and work on the site. What kind of document do I need? A consent form, an agreement, or something with a... Read more »
I was not burned but suffered smoke inhalation. I had the truck for one hour. An auction employee drove the truck to the front of the lot for me to take delivery. I was told it was driveable. The Fire Dept had to come put out the fire.
Sorry to hear that. Virtually every auction I've ever seen has a disclaimer both on the bidding number issuance paper and on the bill of sale that says that you buy it, you take any and all risks, that the auctioneer doesn't test or examine the vehicles and makes absolutely no guarantee...Read more »
A California attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. There are the usually ways you probably are already aware of, in terms of online research tools. You could speak with an investigator. Some full-service process serving companies hold themselves for such work....Read more »
Dealer is blaming the DMV for no tags...it's getting an obvious lie. Dealer puts me off his tag title company and him leave me stranded with expired tags and have excuses "it's Covid" and "it's a gov van".
Long story short, I purchased a product that was not as advertised and does not hold up to the claims that the company makes on their website and they refuse to give me a refund. They have been investigated by the BBB because of how many claims other customers made against this company for doing... Read more »
Someone hit my roomate's parked vehicle a week ago. The police haven't released the insurance info of the woman who hit her car. They said it will be avail next week. My roomate is not making money for 2nd job because of this incident. She is an Instacart shopper. She plans to rent a very... Read more »
A California attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for three weeks. It's difficult to say, based on these brief facts. Aside from compliance with trade-related regulations, it could be helpful to know why they do not sell them overseas. Is it because of restrictive agreements...Read more »
So sorry to hear this. Yes, you can sue. Winning is always another matter, but, unlike criminal law, which requires a verdict "beyond a reasonable doubt" in civil law, you need only "more likely than not" or 50% plus a smidge. Still, they can admit fault and there be an...Read more »
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