I lost my paper work that reference me in that division.
There is a class action going. Contact Lovey and Lovey.See question
Im a CDL truck driver, i drive local for a small company of about 20 trucks, once or twice a week i spend a night out i do about 11 to 14 hours a day about 64 to 66 hours a week excluding my lunch break i only get straight pay no overtime i been w...
A federal law (FLSA) requires overtime pay for work in excess of 40 hours in a week. There are stiff penalties for failing to pay overtime. Unfortunately, there are a lot of exceptions to the 40 hour work week rules. Generally drivers such as yourself are exempt from the FLSA as are lawyers.See question
A client of my company purchased my company's software and is now reselling its own product that very explicitly incorporates my company's software. This is in violation of the click-wrap agreement it entered with us. My company actually found out...
You have a case but it may not be worthwhile to hire a lawyer. It appears your goal is be made whole financially rather than punishing the offending party. Whether or not to hire an attorney depends on what the damages are and whether the offending party can afford to pay.
If the damages are significant (or the benefit received by the offending party) you may be able to find a lawyer who you can pay based on what you win.
My firm handles a lot of cases like this and offers several options on fees depending on the likelihood of success and potential recovery.
It's not worth hiring an attorney for something like this if the potential cost of winning is greater than the expenses of getting there.
Good luck!See question
Hired a contractor where per the contract, 50% down and 50% when the work was fully completed. Well, during the work, found an issue where the contractor needed to redo in order to correct. However, he still wanted me to pay him in full before ...
Tread carefully. The contractor has a potential counter claim for you.
It's important to document the breach of contract now.
I have two case just like this going right now, one where I represent the home owner and one where I represent the contractor. It's imperative to document what the contractor did to breach the contract. If it's not clear he will argue at trial that you breached and he is entitled to full payment.
If you can prove the contractor breached, you have a claim for the full cost of finishing the job, repairing any errors in the job done, and return of what you paid the failed contractor. You also have potential claim for attorney fees under the Consumer Protection Act or the contract with the contractor.
Good luck! Get a lawyer to help ASAP.See question
Same accountant since 1990. For nineteen consecutive years the deduction was taken, and then suddenly starting in 2009 it was not claimed. The statute of limitations for filing an amended return is three yrs. A CPA friend of mine thought he should...
You have a valid claim for accounting malpractice. My firm handles a lot of these.
It's up the accountant to ask the right questions and take the correct action with that information. You need to give the accountant correct information. It appears that based only what your wrote that he had the correct information and did not take the correct action based in that information. That appears to be below the standard of care for a reasonably well qualified accountant.
Good luck. Act fast because a statute of limitations applies.See question
CURRENTLY I HAVE A JUDGEMENT WITH FIRST MERIT FOR OVER $600K ON A DEFUNCT LAND DEAL BETWEEN MULTIPLE PARTNERS OF A LLC. THEY HAVE SLAPPED LIENS ON MULTIPLE PROPRIETIES OF MINE AND NOW ARE SEEKING CLAIMS AND SUBPOENAS OF FRAUDULENT CONVEYANCE CASE....
Time is money. Even if you cannot win and vacate a judgment the bank will make a deal when faced with the prospect of a long drawn out fight to get paid back. The wheels of justice move slow and it's very expensive for the bank to speed them up. Good luck.See question
Elance.com suspends accounts and then deletes them without an explanation as to why. Furthermore, these accounts have funds available to withdraw. Elance also suspends accounts for weeks at a time and continues to charge monthly subscription fees....
I have a case going now involving Elance. I'd need a lot more facts but if your claims amount to more than a simple breach of contract and you can show a pattern or practice of this conduct you may have something to go on. There are several consumer protection statutes that may apply here.
So a lot more info is necessary but yes you may have a viable consumer protection type claim that could lead to class or at least multi-plaintiff litigation.See question
I paid $40,897 to Premium Financial Training. This merchant violated applicable federal and state laws by not only misrepresenting their services, but failing to render said services after payment in full. I attended a real estate investment work...
My firm has a few cases going like this now. The key here is finding the money more so than proving liability.
Proving the fraud for a serial scam artist like this is easy the hard part is finding the money. If pled correctly we can find insurance coverage sometimes. Frequently these scam artists get involved with someone with significant assets and the trick is getting the money man implicated.
Are you working with any other victims of this fraud? It appears online that you are by no means alone in this.
One potential problem is that there are multiple judgments before yours which may make yours harder to collect.
Good luck!See question
property was added into recapture agreement, for storm, sewer and water system, but never was connected to it. it was done back 1987, however, previous owner never improved their property, so never paid for it. Does recapture agreement have a stat...
The question here turns on when breach occurred.
The statute of limitations runs 10 years from the breach of the agreement. This is a very fact intensive inquiry so work with an attorney in this. Most lawyers offer a free consultation so you have nothing to lose by sitting down with an attorney and exploring the facts.
My office is currently working on a breach of a similar agreement that was entered into nearly 40 years ago.
Good luck!See question
My apartment was burgled a month ago. Electronic door entry records show that when I was not home, someone entered my apartment via manual entry (meaning that my hotel style apartment door was opened with out a key). Looking back now, the door rec...
This is a common basis for a negligence suit. Landlords have a duty to secure the property. Frequently landlords are found liable when tenants are physically harmed by someone breaking in. The issue here is the cost of prosecuting compared to the potential return. Find a lawyer who works fast to help you with this!See question