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  • What can I sue them for?

    I paid for car repairs, and the car still isn't running properly. I've reached out via text and phone calls to the auto repair shop. They haven't made an attempt to correct the issue. I've also checked with another mechanic, and it was confirme...

    Zebulon’s Answer

    I agree with Attny Shaughnessy. It is just a very difficult situation, you might first find a new mechanic who will do the work under the warranty. After getting the car with someone else, you might file a claim in small claims court but it will be difficult to receive compensation for lost wages, etc. Good Luck.

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  • Is this grounds for a case?? And if so is there any 24/7 lawyer phone consultation service to call and speak to someone?

    My car was hit two nights ago and totaled and the person responsible fled the scene and we were unable to identify anyone responsible. A police report was filed. Today the man responsible came to our house and admitted fault and left his informat...

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    All you have to do is look at any billboard ! Just kidding, not really though. But that aside, sorry to hear about the accident involving your vehicle. You should contact an attorney you deem trustworthy, capable, and can communicate with. Good Luck resolving the issue.

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  • What options do I have?

    I purchased a hybrid vehicle new in 2013. I have taken it to the dealership for all scheduled maintenance. The dealership offered at the time of purchase an extended warranty as well that would last up to 100,000 miles. At about 57,000 miles the c...

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    This is a serious issue, and thankfully you avoided an accident. It sounds like if there is a recalled component that they are failing to replace then they should be liable for the car's replacement under the warranty. You should highly consider contacting an attorney in your vicinity to better evaluate your options. If you find the right counsel and build the right case you may be able to successfully resolve the issue. Good Luck.

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  • So my question is recently the defendant in my case or the person I'm seeing has hired a lawyer what should I do

    I am suing someone that has committed a fraudulent activity on the vehicle that I have purchased from the individual. This individual had roll back the miles on my vehicle, also remove the check engine light bulb out of the vehicle so during the t...

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    I agree, in most cases only represented parties are taken seriously, so you should consider finding an attorney or looking for help from a legal aid organization. It sounds like you should contact a "Lemon Law" attorney or someone who practices in consumer protection. Good Luck resolving the dispute.

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  • Is there anything I can do? Will I be able to sue or what?

    So I was cheated outta 1.00 at the store we watch it on camera it's like they stealing from me over charging me for thing when I tell them it ain't right they send me out the store and tell me wait till the owner come and dat when we watch it on t...

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    If you had the money stolen you could consider filing a police report if there were witnesses. Good Luck

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  • How do I create a customer/business contract?

    I have a website where my customers will order specific services. Can I just make a note under the "submit" button that by clicking they are agreeing to our terms and conditions and have a separate page with the terms and conditions? Would I need ...

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    I depends on the type of transaction and agreement you want to make with the customers. Attorneys will often consult a reasonable price to quickly review or draft up these digital agreements. It is usually worth the time to find a lawyer you are comfortable with and confident in to help in this regard. Good Luck.

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  • Can I sue an unlicensed day trader that lost my husband's entire retirement (as well as my entitlement via the divorce)?

    My husband gave control of his 30 year retirement account to a day trader that was not licensed to trade for anyone. After increasing the value by $100k, over 2 years he lost all of it. I wanted to know if I could sue this day trader for my shar...

    Zebulon’s Answer

    You should contact a securities attorney, and investigate your situation deeper. This will hinge on the agreements that were signed and it anyone made any misrepresentations or if the risks and credentials were fully and properly disclosed. A consultation with a litigation attorney may prove valuable for you. Good Luck.

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  • One take in studio, made up song while recording

    Recording studio stole my coperite both sides of 45

    Zebulon’s Answer

    Try and restate the question with more details if you hope to receive useful feedback. In the meantime, consider if you have any important proof you want to preserve like calls, texts, photos, or video of the studio time. Good Luck.

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  • How do legal age laws coincide with entertainment law in a situation without legal consent by a guardian?

    I was a minor in a musical group for 2 years (from age 15 to 17). During the time, no informed consent was ever given by a legal guardian for my intellectual property to be used, photographs and videos to be taken with and without my knowing by an...

    Zebulon’s Answer

    This is a critical question that needs to be discussed with a qualified attorney in private. It is a good example of the limitations of the avvo forums. An attorney cannot give you a definitive answer to such a delicate and sensitive question here. I suggest you use the find a lawyer tool and find an attorney in your area. Call around and find someone you can talk to and feel comfortable with. Good Luck resolving the situation.

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  • Can I approve sync deals if my co-writer gave me a written permission to try out the song for any, all purposes for profit?

    hello my co-writer/vocalist signed a cowriter agreement that includes a clause saying that "you(the cowriter) acknowledges permission is given to me to try out the song for any, all purposes whether or not for profit.." I wanna pitch the song for...

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    This line in your agreement probably is not clear enough to grant you a power of attorney (a power to sign for a co-writer), however you may be able to sign on behalf of all co-writers with their approval. But considering your co-writer is in disagreement over the use and release of the song, you might be advised to be careful about trying to license it without their consent. Your best bet is to search for an attorney to consult in private and have them review your co-writer agreement in it's entirety, this is your safest best course of action, because many other factors in the contract may influence whether or not you have full control over the song commercially. Good Luck.

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