Well, its your lucky day. The amount of check from the insurance was based upon an estimate of damage provided to them by their adjuster or an outside body shop. The fact that the body shop charged you less in the end should not change the amount of the check from the insurance. If the check is...Read more »
It is a long story, but basically I was selling an item through an app with a protection policy of as long as you buy through the app then you are safe, but recently I got tricked into thinking this guy used the app to purchase some items to me, but he didn't and sent a fake email as... Read more »
Nothing in your question makes any sense. Perhaps you are not fluent in English. I have used PayPal since 1999. When someone pays you through PayPal, you receive an email confirmation AND the funds are IN YOUR ACCOUNT. In the days before PayPal, when you won an auction on eBay and paid by...Read more »
I was quoted a price on a used vehicle from a dealership in Centralia, MO. The dealer quoted the vehicle at $21,905. I agreed to purchase the vehicle and the dealer sent over buyers order to my bank to secure funds. After funds were secured and the morning I was supposed to pick up the vehicle,... Read more »
Based upon your description the sales/transaction documents will need to be reviewed. Since the dealership is in Missouri, you should contact an attorney licensed in Missouri whose practice is concentrated in consumer law.
A few months ago, my car started showing me a warning that the front passenger restraint system has a problem with it, which could cause non-deployment of airbags in the case of a crash. I gave it to the dealer for repair, and they told us they fixed the problem. The warning continued after I got... Read more »
It sounds like the dealer has had the car multiple times for the same problem. If this car is relatively new, you may have a Lemon Law complaint. They probably didn't know that the car wasn't repaired the first couple of times they gave it back to you, so it would be hard to prove they...Read more »
I have been collaboration with a prominent US university for over a year, teaching a course that is part of a broader professional certificate program. I only created part of the materials, so I never asked for the rights to keep the course content.
This sounds like something more closely related to copyright law than product liability law. If you reposted your question in the Copyright section, there would be better chances for input from an attorney who would understand the issues before you. Good luck
Hopefully, you're all safe at this time. I have a question regarding who is responsible for paying for the maintenance cost in the buildings? For Example, we own the condo but the balcony ( which is what people use to enter their house) needs to ger repair on the second floor all over the... Read more »
You should review the Condo Declaration which should define the limited common elements.
The Act provides that the Association shall be responsible to maintain, repair and/or replace the common elements on the property. As the limited common elements are defined under the Act as a portion...Read more »
You could check with an Illinois attorney as to what the best way to proceed might be. Based on Illinois law, or the provisions of the storage contract, the facility could have legitimate reasons for not divulging the identity of the person. It's possible they have genuine concerns about being...Read more »
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.
there is a statute of limitations that runs from the date of injury. Some states have a statute of repose that runs from the date a product was made. Contact a member of the Ill. Trial Lawyers Assn--they give free consults.
The situation you explain is simply not possible. A glass bottle cannot explode any more than a water glass can explode. On the other hand, if a sealed milk bottle was in the sink, before it had been washed, it is certainly possible for back area growth to result in sufficient pressure to cause...Read more »
I don’t practice in Illinois but your question went unanswered for four weeks. It could be a case of a defective product and it could also be a case of an adverse reaction to a normal product. An attorney who examined the product, its constituents, your reaction to it, and supporting medical...Read more »
As you are aware, Beta testing is just a test to ensure software meets functional expectations. With regards to your question, if you want to protect your beta testing with others, you should have them sign either a:
1) Non Disclosure Agreement. This is a fairly standard business...Read more »
Based on the fact, that you know the product is not good, of course, you would be liable.
Generally speaking, if a retailer sells a product routinely, they as well as the manufacturer are liable for any defects. It is responsibility of the retailer to inspect the product before it is...Read more »
I was involved in an accident. I hit a parked car , however the entire vehicle flipped causing me to be hospitalized, I lost wages at work, etc. I later found out the car had frame damage which played a huge role in why the car flipped instead of staying upright.
It is certainly possible you have a viable cause of action, as well as the ability to recover for the personal injuries sustained. However, the chances of recovery are dependent on specific facts that are not provided here, such as the details around the collision and the applicability of various...Read more »
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