You may have already taken care of this by now. But it remains open for four weeks, and many offices are on reduced service. You could contact offices that remain open to directly to discuss the handling of the matter. Good luck
I wouldn't be using the entire paper label from a used beer bottle that has been discarded. Portions of a trademarked logo or word maybe visible on some pieces but not others. It is all based on what I can and cannot use from the beer bottle paper label that is not damaged. I am unable to find... Read more »
Your question touches on several intellectual property issues, most notably trademark and copyright. Whoever owns the copyright rights in the label's design does not loose them simply because the bottle it was attached to has been discarded or the label ripped. Similarly, if the portion of...Read more »
But no luck! I wanna sue them, cause this has been going on for a long time and every time I call them, they say they are sorry and they are going to refund it and all! But nothing... Even local shops just would refund in a day or two, but every time I call them, they say it is in the process and... Read more »
A Texas attorney who deals with consumer rights issues could advise in the most meaningful manner here. But your question remains open for four weeks. Keep in mind that in pursuing a lawsuit, your time lost from work/school in going to court, handling paperwork, etc. could run you more than the...Read more »
anyway the mattress place said i must of took the cover off...I never have even tho it says u can,,,it has been used very little..i want to file a lawsuit to recover money for clean up and replace all the bed and clothes and carpet and stress from this and the health problems
I'm sorry for your ordeal. Unfortunately, the passage of so much time could present some serious challenges here. If you were able to arrange a free, or brief limited-fee initial consult, a Texas attorney should be able to outline some of these for you in greater detail. Good luck
'Sorry that your question was not picked up in four weeks. At this point, you could contact a Texas lemon law attorney and go through your folder in detail with them, bringing to their attention your information involving the class actions. Good luck
I am getting into the baby teether and pacifier clip business and every body is throwing around cease and desist letters like candy on color combos and claiming they have the rights to them so I would like to confirm that
What kind of lawyer? It sounds like contacting a trademark attorney or patent attorney could be a good place to start. Once you tell them what the cease and desist letters are about, hopefully they could better evaluate your situation. If you're getting such letters, it might be good to speak...Read more »
But they are not the ones that are in pain and I have a law firm that is very rude to me when I call to cheek on the status of my case and no I call maybe every other month and I have never seen or talked to a lawyer only a case manager I feel like they are not handling my case propperly I have... Read more »
My truck caught fire while I was driving. Firefighters informed me the cause of fire began from weed eater Ryobi 18v lithium battery in the bed of my truck. I purchased from Home Depot. I have been advised by Ryobi employee to file an insurance claim with my car insurance. I would prefer not to do... Read more »
I signed into a least contract that was deceptive at viewing I learned too late. all windows were open at showing, I thought to show off the many windows in the unit. It was a look and lease and after signing and paying, the finally gave me keys. when windows closed smells of death. previous tenant... Read more »
I recently worked as a subcontractor, staining a concrete floor that was covered in mortar, paint, glue, and holes & the house was being fixed from hurricane Harvey flooding. We had only communicated with the contractor & have recordings of us telling them how the patching wasn't... Read more »
AVVO is a free online legal forum established to allow members of the public to ask general legal questions to experienced lawyers who volunteer their valuable time to do so. Your important small business question should be directed to your business lawyer. If you have not consulted or retained a...Read more »
In general, if one driver has a traffic control device and the other does not, the driver without the traffic control device has the right of way. It is difficult for me to advise you on your specific situation with the facts given. Please call us and we can see if we can help you. 512-888-9999.
I do not practice in Texas but your question hasn’t been picked up in four weeks. Naturally, having the product available for examination would be preferable. But in general, that doesn’t necessarily preclude a plaintiff’s rights in a claim, particularly if the item is something of a generic...Read more »
The client and Geico has taken full responsibility from day one. Flexdrive has not been cooperative to this fact seeing that I still have a hold on my account through Lyft. They have ruined my life. Got in the way of my potential earnings. Lyft was my main source of income. I have also not been... Read more »
Classic problem with any rental institution. You are on the hook so it's easiest to keep busting your chops. As they are involved with lyft you may want to look for an attorney who handles employment cases and insurance "bad faith" cases and is a member of the Texas Trial Lawyers Association
In most states, a borrower of a product is able to bring a product liability action. Notably, this has not always been the case. The law used to require a contractual relationship of some sort between the injured individual and supplier of the product in order for the injured person to bring a...Read more »
This answer is somewhat complicated, but generally speaking, a drug manufacturer may be liable if they manufactured the drug incorrectly, concealed dangerous side effects of the drug, or failed to provide proper warnings about the drug. For example, a manufacturer of a blood thinner medication may...Read more »
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