In your situation, the first step is to thoroughly review the warranty provided by the foundation company. Understand the terms and conditions, especially those related to drought conditions and the requirement for additional piers.
If you believe the company is not honoring their warranty...View More
Like wouldn't that be using influence (i.e. it's "social investment platform") to promote something that itself is going to profit off of while selling to these individuals it's actively promoting too?
Edit:1 how is it imaginary and not the dollar as well? As it is... View More
I shipped, has receipt, tracking updated I dropped off. On expected delivery date tracking said will delivery by 7pm but never delivered and no more update. Customer doesn't want to wait for me to claim with ups but want to sue me. Tricked me when call talk about issued took picture of me and... View More
The answer to your question depends on the terms and conditions of the sale, the terms and conditions of the delivery service you used, and, if applicable, the terms and conditions of any platform you may have used to market and sell the product online.
I have a Discover checking account as well as a Discover CC. In September of this year, I electronically transferred (from the discover website) my rewards from my checking to my CC. This would have paid off my CC before the bill was due. The amount was deducted from my rewards. I received an email... View More
It sounds like you may have a valid claim against Discover for breach of contract. Breach of contract is when a party to a contract fails to perform their obligations under the contract. In this case, Discover's contract with you may require them to transfer your rewards to your credit card...View More
Got less than 25%of the loan amount from the insurance settlement. I do not have gap insurance. I reported this to the lender but they are not ready to negotiate. I have been continuing to pay the monthly EMI all through just to maintain my credit. But now they added $4600( to my loan amount) as... View More
Legally, you owe the lender whatever the balance is on your loan. Almost all auto loans also require you to maintain full coverage insurance on the vehicle and give the lender the authority to buy insurance and add the premium to your loan amount if you do not timely furnish proof of insurance to...View More
I am preparing a summary judgment motion of which I am making citation to excerpts of the deposition. I will be including the excerpts in the appendix to the summary judgment motion. The court reporter will be filing the depositions in the Record but not for another 2 weeks. I want to go ahead and... View More
Typically, the entire deposition transcript is not file in the court records. A party wishing to use a portion of a deposition as evidence for a pretrial motion typically includes an appendix, such as your intended appendix to a summary judgment motion, attaching only those excerpt which are...View More
I applied for credit for dental work, only to find out that my promissory note had been shopped around to different bank who denied credit based on an inaccurate consumer report. However, I know the application is being securitized without any consideration to myself.
In Texas, if you've been denied credit based on information from a consumer report, you should address your adverse action notice to both the bank that denied your credit and the consumer reporting agency. The Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) entitles you to a notice from the lender explaining...View More
I wanted to see how much my truck was worth today and found out it has an accident on it and value is significantly lower because of this. Is this something that I could hold the dealership legally responsible for?
It depends upon the facts. You will need to show that the dealer knew that the truck had been in an accident and that you did not know that fact, and could not have discovered it through the exercise of reasonable diligence like obtaining a CarFax report or having the vehicle inspected by a...View More
Bought solar panels on the promise and I have it in writing, that my electric bill from our provider would be 5 dollars and that was just a connection fee, then this summer I was getting 90 and 150 dollars bills, would of never signed a contract if I new the whole truth. Thank you
If you have written promises from the solar company that were not fulfilled, you may have grounds for legal action based on misrepresentation. It would be advisable to collect all documentation of the representations made, including any contracts, advertisements, and communications. This evidence...View More
If you find your insurance premiums unaffordable, you should review your policy to understand the terms regarding cancellation. Some policies may have specific conditions under which you can cancel, such as proving that you have obtained alternative coverage or are experiencing a qualifying life...View More
If the amount in a consumer contract is not feasible, I recommend that you not sign the contract and shop around for whatever it is you are trying to purchase. Signing the contract creates a legal obligation. Knowing in advance that you cannot pay the amount set forth in the contract could lift...View More
COVID hit the man shut down his shop I could not get in touch with him called phone was off basically my car vanished until about 3 months ago the shop is open my car is sitting there blocked in every way possible,now my grandmother has dementia bad my aunt can't find the title paid had the... View More
To address the situation with your car, you should first request a written invoice or accounting for the $3,000 storage fee the mechanic is claiming. Verify the charges against any contractual agreement or posted notices regarding storage fees that may have been in place when you left the car with...View More
Scribe Media LLC just filed for bankruptcy. Their assets were previously sold to a second business named Enduring Ventures, which has since been operating under the Scribe Media name. As a client that has not received services paid for under contract with Scribe Media LLC, is this "new"... View More
The responsibility of the new entity (Enduring Ventures operating as Scribe Media) to honor contracts from Scribe Media LLC depends on the specifics of the bankruptcy case and the asset purchase agreement. If Enduring Ventures purchased the assets of Scribe Media LLC free and clear of its...View More
In Texas, if you believe your personal information was mishandled or inadequately protected by a company, you may have grounds to sue. However, proving negligence or a breach of duty on the part of Careerbuilder or any similar platform would be crucial. Additionally, you'd have to show that...View More
A card was reported stolen for a couple thousand of dollars. I completed the work and never received the money on top of that the CRM/Payment I use is taking the money from my incoming payments to pay back the debt. They were incharge of disputing the case on my behalf with the information I sent... View More
If there has already been a lawsuit which you have lost, you have 30 days from the date the final judgment was signed to file an appeal. On appeal, you will be limited to the evidence and legal arguments contained in the appellate record. You should retain an experienced appellate lawyer to...View More
In light of Scribe Media filing for bankruptcy, you retain the right to file a claim for any prepayment or deposit that was not returned to you for services not rendered. Once the bankruptcy process commences, you should receive a notice from the bankruptcy court, at which point you will have the...View More
They made me sign some documents electronically that they're going to refund me but now their telephone lines are not working. They deleted their agents assistance website. They're not responding to emails. I need help to recover my funds.
If you believe you've been scammed by Extreme Marketing Alliance LLC, also known as Done4ubiz An Arizona LLC, it's essential to take immediate steps to protect your interests. Start by gathering all relevant documents and communication with the company, and try to contact them through...View More
Having an account in litigation does not automatically guarantee that the item will be removed from your credit report under the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) or the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA). The fact that an account is in litigation is not typically a sole reason for removing...View More
I thought Texas had a Timely Billing law that states:
"A health care service provider shall bill a patient or other responsible person for services provided to the patient not later than the first day of the 11th month after the date the services are provided."
Yes. Chapter 146.002 of the Texas Civil Practice and Remedies Code applies. Walgreens cannot collect any amount that you would have been entitled to receive as payment or reimbursement under your health benefit plan.
Our truck was stolen in Johnson County, Texas with a significant amount of property in it because we were actually in the middle of a move. Well, apparently the truck was recovered by Dallas County police and we were never contacted that the truck had been recovered. we were never contacted that it... View More
You are correct that you should have received notice that your vehicle was impounded. They are required to send notice to the registered owner of the truck at the address on the vehicle's most recent registration. Before anything else, be sure your names are listed as the registered owners...View More
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