Still experiencing hair loss
answered on Feb 26, 2022
Law firms handling cases for the shampoo you used could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. With product liability cases, law firms often hold themselves out for the specific products they handle. You could search online for product liability law firms (the Find-a-Lawyer tab... Read more »
How can I go about getting money for my damaged property.
answered on Aug 5, 2021
You would collect the money for the mopeds from the at-fault driver's insurance and or your father's comprehensive coverage.
answered on Jun 12, 2021
A South Carolina attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for four weeks. With some violations, intent is not a required element. If the standard is malice, negligence, or strict liability (depending on how defined in state penal codes), one's intent might not be important. One... Read more »
Rent me room in front but can rent same room in back. After I called cust Ser. She said guy then said I was banned from property bc of 1st stay. Stayed 1 night and he accused me of having high traffic to and from my room which wasn't true and that me and my girlfriend was sitting outside. I... Read more »
answered on Nov 13, 2020
A South Carolina attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. As a GENERAL matter, hotels are given leeway in terms of declining patrons. The most practical option might be to look into other hotels. You could consult with a South Carolina to ask if they see things... Read more »
I want to be released from current attorney and hire a new attorney. I signed a retainer agreement but no longer owe the attorney any money. Can I send the current attorney a letter of release or do I have to go through the courts and do a motion to be released?
answered on Dec 5, 2017
Ask the new attorney how it is best handled. You need to ask for your file, and you may discharge them.
Warranty doesn't cover the issue and salesman is not helpful at all
answered on Mar 18, 2017
If the warranty covers drive train it should. You want to find out what the problem was. If it'something they have to know about, then you can go after them. File a complaint with better business bureau, with the attorney General;s office of consumer affairs.
A friend of mine has a case against a manufacturer because she was hurt and she asked how her case was going and the secretary responded with the case is in settlement discussions but she is not sure what that means. I hate to tell her something and it be totally different.
answered on Jan 18, 2017
Depends on the situation. Means ususally that there are calls back and forth, and the pace is dictated by the parties willingness to cut to the chase. It means people are talking, but early stages from what I see. Product cases are complicated, the Republicans made it very difficult to sue... Read more »
answered on Sep 25, 2016
Dispensing medication is highly regulated as you likely understand. If you are thinking about including things like prepackaged ibuprofen or other OTC medicines and you provide them in packaging containing all of the manufacturer's labeling and warnings, then I think you'd be in fairly... Read more »
I am a veteran, have been on the drug for 5 years, yes my PSA is down but I suffer with depression, anxiety, insomnia, 24 hour sweats and apnea, is there a class action case against the pharmaceutical company or how do I go about this.
answered on Oct 15, 2014
I assume you mean Lupron. If that is the case, I haven't seen any cases where depression, anxiety, insomnia is one of the side effects. More importantly to your concern is that you should report this to your doctor(s) if you haven't already. There more than likely will be an... Read more »
answered on Mar 8, 2013
Of course you can hire any lawyer in your jurisdiction to handle your Yaz claim.
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