Do we need to make a disclaimer for both outgoing and incoming calls? or let the person know they're on a recorded line during outgoing phone calls? or both? If so, Is there a specific disclaimer that is best for legality purposes?
Wow. I am surprised you had to ask this question in August 2020, what with all the calls being made to and from all kinds of banks, credit card companies, insurance companies, police departments and government agencies and many other entities that routinely tell people that the call is being...Read more »
He was named in a class action suit that was settled after he died and at the time all the children were minors and we never married. How can they find out what happened to this money that they should be entitled too.
I'm very sorry for your loss and your family's loss. This is something that the military law attorneys or veteran's benefit's attorneys here would know the most about. But you await a response for two weeks. There is a nonprofit organization that deals with veteran's rights...Read more »
My upstairs neighbor neglected To fix his leak and over the course of six months has been flooding me with poop water. He ruined my Venetian paint with yellow stains. In March he said he will fix it and I have been waiting ever since and today he told me he is only responsible to paint with regular... Read more »
I have a legal DBA to sell jerseys,shoes,hoodies, etc. I would be getting the products from China but reselling them in U.S. is that legal. Also they look real but is there a difference if they are not. Thank you
to their cars. If they sue how can they prove this? At least 3 others nearby shot off fireworks too. They sent a pic but it doesn't show scratches or anything and the cars are a few years old. Should I ask to see estimates?
Yes, and ask for their proof that you, and not someone else, caused the damage. For only $1,200, it is doubtful that an attorney will want to spend that much time on what I'm guessing would be a small claims case, so it might not go beyond the demand letter. Contact your homeowner's...Read more »
If an app advertises winning real money, and they really don’t pay out to anybody, would that be a good reason to sue for false advertising. Especially if someone spent money on in game purchases and got nothing out of it?
You are speaking of two different legal theories here. The reason your question remains open for two weeks could be that the matter suggests something more complex than one where a Florida attorney could offer a quick turnkey answer. Product liability lawsuits, to oversimplify, are based on...Read more »
My daughter recently had a major repair done to her car in Colorado. They also did an oil change. She drove to Florida with no problems. During some in-town driving in Florida, her car suddenly lost power, the door locks and radio controls were not working properly and it seemed to be an electrical... Read more »
The person can be charged with fraudulent use of credit card. You should immediately notify your credit card company if your card was fraudulently used. In addition, you can contact the local authorities if you desire prosecuting this person.
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,...Read more »
You might be better off reposting in the Business Formation & Business Law categories. Personal injury is for accident-injury cases and Products Liability is for people who have been injured by dangerous/defective products. Good luck
No, not live, based on your question and topic a Florida Licensed Attorney may or may not answer your question as it is all basically volunteer time from attorneys in order to point you in the right direction, if you want more details or specifics you will have to follow-up with an attorney and...Read more »
My child was diagnosed with pneumonia 9/9/19. The prescription of Azithromycin was filled at a CVS pharmacy. I gave her a dose Monday and Tuesday. When I went to give her a dose today I noticed the expiration date was 5/19. I had been giving my 6 year old child an expired drug for 2 days. How... Read more »
I Rented some tires from a place left their shop jumped on the expressway herd a clanking noise slowed down until the next exit got off and my tire flew clean threw the intersection and into the woods! Simply put i called the proper people got towed back to their shop and the guy got mad cause i... Read more »
Rental of tires is something I've never heard of. But I suppose that, if they put the tires on your rims and mounted the rims on your truck, they should have made sure the lug nuts were properly torqued.
If you are making something that has been around 20+ years, then you very likely will not infringe any patents. After all, that is the idea behind patents: after a patent expires (currently 20 years from the filing date of the patent application), then anyone can use whatever is disclosed in the...Read more »
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