I worked for a home health care agency that is under investigation for forgery. Documents with my name and a fake signature was used to commit medicaid fraud when i was on a medical leave. this is only the beginning of the many things that this company did to me. would i have a case and what can... Read more »
Sure, you can sue. Is there anyone available to pay damages? One of the problems with fly by night companies is they tend to up and vanish. A court order for you to be paid is far from you actually getting paid.
Broken wire underground. Electric company informed us that it was the responsibility of the owner of the trailer park. They were told to get a certified electrician to come here and fix it. Instead, they had their maintinence people fix it and it took 17 days for them to get it approved and turned... Read more »
They had bought the car from an auction and sold it to me for $3600 with no warranty with temporary tag. Then engine showed damage a week later. I thought my only option was to sell car as is to get something back. However dealer could not get me a title for the car! I called them and because of... Read more »
Paid rent to my mom sharing her home (also child), oral agreement, she, on whim changed;living arrangements, unrealistic expectations, cash only payments, refused receipt, which she would constantly manipulate, pleas for more money because she can’t pay bills/mortgage, then acting as though... Read more »
If you do not have a written lease, then if an eviction action is filed, the court will likely evict you. All that other past history is irrelevant. If the court orders the eviction, it typically gives tenant only 7 days to vacate. So try to work it our, or look for new living accommodations.
My husband to be was battling a DV case for about a year, he has now Been found not guilty. His ex has been living in his house the entire time while he has been paying the bills of course. The house is solely in his name, the deed and the mortgage. How do we get her out, we keep asking his lawyer... Read more »
I am not a joint card holder. My name is no where on the account. They just helped me out when I was having money issues and I agreed to pay a monthly amount until the balance was paid off. Now, there is no balance and they keep taking my money even though they no longer owe the amount.
I'm sorry, your question it's a little vague so this might not be what you're asking. If you're a joint account holder on the card, your liability isn't discharged by your co-debtor's bankruptcy. This means that they can come after you if you stop paying.
I signed over car to daughter with agreement for her to make monthly payments for the car. She took car never paid. She’s currently in jail and her husband refuses to give car back. How do I get the car back.
After reading paperwork from probate court it’s saying it has to be placed in an account with solely my sons name and be held. I was wondering why because the lawyer said I could get it early if I went to probate court and pay and apply. I did that and the check has been sent out.
If he refuses to pay, you could sue him in small claims court. But even if you win, that merely gives you a judgment. Then you have to try to collect on the judgment by going to court again. The court filing fees for all that probably exceed what he owes.
If owners knew about it and failed to disclose it, that would be a basis to sue the owners. But it depends on all the facts. Contact the local board of health and use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local attorney to review the facts and advise you.
air bnb wants to keep $400, 1st they said the host fees applied. the host let us cancel with no fees or charges. air bnb said then that they were keeping the money since they did their job as an online travel arrangement site. tho i have pictures from the host saying we were cleared & invited us... Read more »
Technically, your contract was with Airbnb. If you utilized Airbnb's extensive (and costly) international booking system and paid the booking fee, and if Airbnb did everything they promised to do then--unless the contract allows some percentage refund--they should be entitled to keep your booking...Read more »
They have breached the contract completely to buy a small business, business and taxes are in good standing, the purchase agreement has been signed, and they are still promising they will pay even after the extension we gave past closing date. They have caused a lot of damage, the contract does not... Read more »
I was not given the opportunity to look at property before I moved in due to landlord not being available. My move in date was 8/16 and I received my keys and spent 2 hrs on walk thru on 8/15 @ 7pm going over things that needed to get done and unfortunately I had movers set up the next morning at... Read more »
We initially left the issues unsettled because of illnesses and the deaths of parents. Since March, however, we’ve been in contact with the contractor regularly - I have copies of all communications. He has made promises to “have someone out there next week” several times but they don’t... Read more »
I replaced a part in their furnace the next day to restore their heat and billed them for it. No answer to any invoices I found out the couple filed for divorce I contacted the husband initially and he said the wife is responsible for the billing. I continued billing both via us mail until... Read more »
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