While flossing my teeth with a flossing pick my floss got caught between my teeth on the way down on what I later found out was a piece of my tooth filling, there was no way of sliding the floss out since it's attached to the pick and when I pulled down to pull the pick out it broke and pulled... Read more »
The previous answer is most likely what happened. You could sue either but I don't think you would get any attorneys to help. Call some and discuss it if you feel strongly but if the first 3 tell you that they can't help then you most likely will have to do it on your own. You will need a...Read more »
Your equipment? You own it. Unless you attached it to the walls/floors, it is yours to do with what you please. Sue owner in Small Claims for value of the property he is keeping. It is called "Conversion." Go to small claims.
I requested dirt dumpsters from Republic Service. It is ~$500 per bin. The contract also mentioned the limit is 2 tons. Extra tonnage is $130/ton. I did not pay attention to the limit because I thought if this dumpster was for dirt, if I filled up, it should be around 2 tons. But when I received... Read more »
I am a defendant on small claims. I recently had a phone call with the plaintiff(former housemate). I wanted to record the call for my records, so I let him know the start of the call about (but not anytime before the call). He did not decline to talk to me after learning this. At the end of the... Read more »
First, if you notify the other party, the recording is not unlawful, in most circumstances. In small claims there is no pre-trial discovery, so you do not need to provide him a copy of the sound recording. I would anticipate difficulty in getting the judge to allow you to use the recording, so...Read more »
The guard said he was going to get my deposit taken and me kicked out the room. The hotel also,on three occasions tried to take the deposit without informing me. Management will not speak to me,concerning my qualms.
By law Ithe vets cant keep me from being with my pet at they exam yeah well the did and they did not want to give her back and called police on me his my witness he was shocked how they treated me and was very worry about me driving home
Wen he realised they just killed my dog and by law... Read more »
I've never heard of the law that says that you cannot be excluded while the vet is examining your dog. As far as the ashes, if you paid for them, and are otherwise current in your account with the vet, you are entitled to your property. This would be a Small Claims case as the ashes are...Read more »
I have everything in writing and there's nowhere at the time i was handed over the vehicle that said I have to pay at a certain time and date. I have already given the guy $1200, $500 the night we made a deal where he'd let me pay him $2000 in installments, $200 like 3 days later when he... Read more »
Hi! I'm in a dispute with an affiliate marketing trainer with whom I purchased a program for $3000. The program contract we signed listed about 5-6 things specifically included. I feel several of them have not been delivered, but one in particular he doesn't even dispute denying me.... Read more »
an item was sold to a friend with written agreement that he would pay an amount for it on a certain date. he agreed to buy the item in the current condition it was in. come the date of payment, he says that he had to hire someone to clean the item and that i am to pay for it. i have not received... Read more »
The buyer is responsible to pay according to the terms of the written agreement. I assume his "agreement" to take the item "as is" was in the written agreement. Even if not, he does not have much to say if the need for cleaning was obvious from a visual inspection, versus...Read more »
Placed $2000 down-payment for them to hold puppy w/o contract. Puppy is ready to be picked up this week but told them need a little more time, they said they are going to sell puppy and I lose the deposit. Is this allowed in California?
The law abhors a forfeiture. But, you put up $2000 without any kind of written agreement? Apparently it was not very important to you to secure your rights to that money if the deal fell through. They cannot keep the money, particularly if they sell the dog to someone else. Small claims is...Read more »
I have my cat who I took over care of for when my grandmother died four years ago. Previous to that it was bought for my cousin as a kitten. My cousin left him behind when he moved out of our grandmother's house. Two years later my grandmother died and I moved into the house to take care of... Read more »
This meth addict is taking you to court so he can keep a cat? And his primary witnesses are meth addicts? You might consider getting a restraining order against them for domestic violence in the form of threats. You can choose your friends but you cannot choose your family.
To summarize - I am a CA resident. On a trip to Wisconsin, my rental car was hit (while parked and unoccupied) by a driver for Loomis Armored. The company admitted fault and said they would reimburse the rental car company. I do not have collision insurance or insurance with the rental car company.... Read more »
Then I get a bill in the mail for the missing headrests. I panic and called the phone number on the paper. And they tell me that there is nothing they can do about it and that the dealership is the one in charge. so I got in contact with the dealership and the dealership isn’t taking any action... Read more »
Sorry for your issues. This shows just how important writings are. If you had this "pre-inspection" you could/should have seen the items marked as missing and made some noise there. If you took pictures (which are considered a writing) you have proof. If you have your drop off documents...Read more »
Your question is not very clear, you need to get to the point. Someone took advantage of YOU because YOU have a learning disability? You may possibly have a lawsuit against them, depending on more details about the circumstances. You should consult with a Personal Injury attorney in your area....Read more »
Your question raises two issues, first, did the roommate breach a duty of due care, and second, was that breach the cause of the limp? The mere fact that the indoor cat was in the care of the roommate does not provide enough proof to show the roommate breached a duty of care, because the roommate...Read more »
Hello my name is Gabe recently I was involved in a sticky situation, my ex girlfriends mom co signed on my vehicle , she was my co owner on my vehicle as an OR , she never spent a single dollar on the vehicle I covered insurance , car payments, oil changes, tires , and all aftermarket parts that... Read more »
how to approach a situation... On 8/21/2020 I gave Biker bail bonds $7000 cash to bail a friend out.. For whatever reason the DA would not except the money from me and therefore it was never used for the bond... When I requested to have my money returned, I was given the run around told that they... Read more »
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