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?
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.
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 »
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 safe...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.
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 alternative to this...Read more »
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