I’m a general contractor and did concrete driveway/sidewalk resurfacing. Work came with 5 year warranty materials/labor. After resurfacing, hairline cracks developed in the resurfacer in 3 areas. I and my conc. sub attempted multiple times to repair said cracks under warranty, but cracks... View More
HIRE AN ATTORNEY - there are a number of overlapping issues. What is the actual warranty? Did the Customer's action improperly and tortiously interfere with your contractual relationship with Thumbtack? What liability if any does the manufacturer have? etc.
I'm sorry your question remains open for three weeks. At this point, you could consider reaching out to product liability attorneys. In terms of your use of the product being linked to trigeminal neuralgia, an attorney isn't really qualified to make that determination. That would involve...View More
A Virginia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. As a starting point, you could research online whether there are any law firms handling cases for the products that were involved. With some product liability law firms, this can change from month to month - the...View More
Hello, can you kindly please let me know how the SOL is considered in Viriginia. If the problem occured on April 15 but you did not discover the issue until May 15 , is this the date you can use to determine when the SOL ends ? I am having a challenging time finding an attorney due to complex issue... View More
We have heard of multiple settlements, with substantial payouts, related to the Round up Litigation. My Mom continues to get emails from the Firm handling her case telling her to be patient " they are working on it". Mom is becoming increasingly ill and cancer is spreading. What should... View More
A Virginia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. What you are describing sounds like a matter for a survival action, involving continuation of a lawsuit in such circumstances. These are governed by state law, if Virginia has such provisions, and only a Virginia...View More
I bought a dark grey sofa and immediately had issues. The color wasn't as advertised and the required cover to velcroes on didn’t fit. I couldn’t get anyone on the phone bc they had tech issues. I reached them via Twitter and they send me a replacement cover. This one was even smaller.... View More
I think there are some details that need to be considered before determining what you can do. You said your lease is up, but it's unclear as to whether the lease for the property you own is up. If it is not, you will have to wait until the end of the lease period unless she fails to pay rent...View More
I had a house guest that overstayed their welcome. They signed a 30 day eviction notice and left without argument. However, they left items in my house that take up space I need to use. I made arrangements to be home for them to pick up the items and they didn't come. I've given them a... View More
A guest who was offered to come to pick up their belongings and did not show up at the appointed time has abandoned their property and the owner of the house/premises can dispose of them as he/she sees fit.
The answer depends on who the "we" is that broke up. If the intended groom terminated the engagement, the intended bride keeps the gift. If it was the intended bride terminated the engagement, or the engagement was terminated by mutual decision, the gift should be returned to the groom.
I'm sorry for your friend's ordeal. Unless the possessions are very valuable, he is probably better off just getting stuff out for safekeeping as quickly as possible before further damage instead of losing time from work or school in court. Good luck
I'm sorry for your injuries; I hope you and your child are recovering. It's possible you could sue. But an attorney would need more information about the product and the manner in which you used it to make that determination. It's not enough that the product simply caused injury, as...View More
The insurance company said that since they were unable to get a statement from their insured that the claim was denied. However I have a police report with the report number that I already submitted to the company
Depending on the practices of the claim examiner and/or insurance carrier, they may be waiting for all information to come in before reviewing and considering the claim for payment. Hopefully, their insured will cooperate in a timely manner and this will enable processing your claim.
My car failed VA state inspection due to a faulty sensor that is currently under recall by Jeep. However, the replacement part for the recall will not be available until April of 2018 which leaves me paying a car payment for 5 months with a car I cannot legally drive and also adds additional... View More
Contact a reputable licensed home inspector --it'd be a good idea to have them look through the entire house as that gives you some protection and also a heads up as to what the purchaser's home inspection may find.
You possibly have a claim against the chair manufacturer. However, the chair may not have been defective. It may just have been worn out. In Virginia a personal injury claim has to be filed within two (2) years from the date of the accident or else it will be time-barred. It is very important to...View More
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