I’ve had to replace my transmission now 2 different times in 10 months of owning my 2018 Ford Expedition. My first replacement was $5,200 and then 1 1/2 months later the transmission went out and now they are working on it again
Yes, you can sue a dealership if you have had to replace your transmission 2 times within a year. Whether you will be successful depends on the facts and your presentation. You don't mention anything about any written agreements.
Allowing an attorney to evaluate, organize and draft...View More
if you want to be more sure that your invention will not be stolen, there is an option to sign non-disclosure agreement with your business partner/company you are talking to about your idea. Always inform such company that you insist on signing this before you talk about...View More
If someone hits another person with a golf club in the leg it seems reasonable he would be responsible for the medical expenses. Without more information, I don't know how the fight would affect the case.
Does this mean that no one is never allowed to make a bio degradeble lure other than this company? If one would be able to create something, they wouldn't be able to sell it? Not quite sure I understand how this patent works. Or is the patent designed to protect their formula, meaning if one... View More
To understand what exclusive right is possessed by the patent owner, it is necessary to read the claims of the patent. The patent only provides the exclusive right to practice what is specified in the claims. Claims 1, 21, and 22 in this patent are independent claims. Unless a possible infringer...View More
I of course informed the local store and filed a complaint with corporate. The manager contacted me to tell me he found no evidence of an injured employee. But today an insurance adjuster for the food chain contacted me. While speaking of my concern due to a number of pec including an immune system... View More
A Minnesota attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. As a starting point, you could ask them if they would recognize your position if you provided a physician's note or narrative. You could also reach out to a Minnesota attorney to discuss in greater detail....View More
I wish to sell a roller brush for a small robot vacuum, however, mine would be made out of rubber and won't need to be replaced. While the company that makes the robot vacuum already sells a brush but it's not made from rubber and needs to be replaced periodically. Is it legal for me to... View More
Hi, it appears that consumers are being deceived, including myself, by the purity/freshness of the Earthly Grains "Ready to Serve" microwave squeeze pouches. The front label listing & instructions indicate that it "Cooks in 90 seconds", when in fact the contents have... View More
I am 52-year-old male with COPD who has spent thousands of dollars to self quarantine during this time of COVID-19. Now I feel violated after finding a hair from who knows what person that has who knows what. It was in my mouth. And I did save it, and also took pictures
A Minnesota attorney could advise best, but you await a response for a week. I'm sorry for your ordeal, but I believe your case could be a difficult one. Without tangible damages of permanence or a significant duration that are clear-cut to a jury, law firms could be reluctant to contemplate...View More
If you have evidence of a crime and know who committed the crime, it would be a good idea to contact the police so that they can pursue criminal charges and if the person is convicted, you could get restitution for the value of the stolen part.
Yes, and perhaps you will not have to sue and just settle out of court. Of course McDonalds may contest what happened and if so it is your burden to prove that is how you broke your tooth. You should consult an atty to help you.
I am only 24 and have always had perfect oral health and have nwver had a cavity or any other oral problems before this medication. I researched and found hundreds of other people filing lawsuits for the company not listing this as a side effect. It has greatly effected my life and if I would have... View More
First you would have to show that it was the medicine and nothing else that caused receeding gums, which can come from a number of factors. This is extremely difficult to prove. Either way you need to see an endodontist, so why not let them tell you what they think caused it.
I have heard that if I create a web page for a licensed business, say an auto repair business or a limo service I must either have a license for that industry OR I must have a disclaimer saying "This is a third party webpage" otherwise I can get fined by some federal agency. Is this true... View More
I'm unaware of any federal rule that says you, the creator has to do something. Many web services work off of templates. However you could have liability if you are viewed as enabling a business that is fraudulent. You may want to learn the business and reframe it to avoid issues.
Your question is unclear. The plaintiff is the party that files the suit. The defendant must then respond. Typically, in federal court, the defendant has 20 days to file an answer to the complaint.
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