My son age 24 yrs. Was killed in a motorcycle accident involing a police officer. My son was helping a girl that was having car trouble and during that time was assaulted by 2 males with a baton. Someone heard the fight and called police. The 2 ma...
Certainly is a case to get with someone on right away. The time limits are no joke. They are absolute. There are many of us here who might be able to help you with more information. Sharing the identity of your former attorney with womever you soeak when in person with someone (NOT here please) would also be wise.See question
Piggy back on unsigned contract I'm being sued for breach of contract in an unenforceable contract case.
Respectfully, the question as presented is unable to be answered. I respectfully can't figure out what is going on in your situation enough to even consider what advice to provide. That being said, you may consider getting into an attorney to discuss your situation and learn what your options are and how much each may cost you. I recommend doing that over resubmitting. There are lots of litigation attorneys here on AVVO and I am sure one of them would be happy to assist. Peace and wellness, Mike TroncellitoSee question
I have a contract never signed by either party that I'm not getting paid for because the contract was Never signed
This is a facts and circumstances question. If both parties performed, there may be a claim that a contract actually exists despite a written document not being signed. If you were directed to start, despite the lack of signatures on contract, and did so, you may have a claim to payment for the work performed under another theory called quantum meruit or even under the theory of unjust enrichment to the other party. You should take your contract (not signed) with you to see a contracts attorney, discuss your situation, and learn your options and the costs associated with the same. There are many of us contracts lawyers here on AVVO. But, you will need to get with a professional to hash out the particulars in order to make a fully informed decision. I hope this is helpful. Peace and wellness, Mike TroncellitoSee question
6 yr old burned on deli case at safeway. 2 n 3rd degree burns which they tried to blame him. I filled out an accident report and hav not been called,back Juanita Holmes
A store has a duty to keep it premises safe and free from known hazards. There is an argument that the failure to post a warning or to close the case is an attractive nuisance; i.e., something kids would be interested in at a food store. There also seems to be a straight negligence case where they had a duty to maintain safety, breached said duty, and the breach caused injuries to the boy. You should sit down with an attorney to discuss this further and learn all of your options. Forma there, you and your family can make a fully informed decision. There are many of us available on Avvo.
I hope you find this helpful and am sorry the little fella is dealing with this.
Peace and wellness,
Mike TroncellitoSee question
I manufacture sewn goods. A company ordered and contracted us to build a product and has failed to pay as agreed. They are now ten months behind and have received approximately 20 percent of the ordered product. I have stopped producing the produc...
The considerations presented by all of the above answers are wise. You should take this information and sit down with your contract and an attorney. There are lots of contract and litigation attorneys here on Avvo. To spend an hour or two with one to have YOUR situation diagnosed, and be shown YOUR options to achieve YOUR desired goals, will enable you to make fully informed decisions. Get the lesson. It will pay for years to come. Peace and wellness, Mike TroncellitoSee question
Hi We are about to start an business. Lets say we file "A" LLC and we want to operate our business by name "B". We also thinking to operate food business, can we operate under same llc as name "C". If yes what documents we need to fill for that ...
Putting various activities, with various potentials for liabilities, under the same LLC is to risk all the benefits of both ideas/ventures each time you participate in one. If both are "under the same roof", then they are both exposed. You should consider separating out the entities based on considerations of revenues generated by each and risks associated with each. There are many of us here who can help you with that. I hope this is helpful. Peace and wellness, Mike TroncellitoSee question
Get my house back car and my money
It appears that you may have an action for theft by deception as well as a claim under the vulnerable adult statute. This is more of a litigation matter than a "debt/agreements" matter. FYI. You should speak with a litigation attorney. There are many of us here. I hope you find this helpful. Peace and wellness, Mike TroncellitoSee question
My ex friend took my social security money out of our joint account and spent it. Which it was to be used to pay rent which she didnt and now I lost my house. I was told this was a civil matter. I dont have extra money for an attorney. So can I fi...
Yes you can. However, as the account is said to be a joint account, the owners of all the funds in said account are the joint account holders and I do not know if you will be successful based on the information you provided. I do, however, wish you well and much success. Sorry you are dealing with this. Peace and wellness, Mike TroncellitoSee question
Its sad I have to do this. But I am receiving awful, harassing robo calls from a telemarketing team.. Calls start as early as 5am, I have spoken to someone dozens of times to complain and tell them to stop calling me and every single time the numb...
The TCPA has a provision in it that charges several thousand dollars per violation (i.e., per call after being requesting to be removed). It also has a provision to allow for a class action, which means that you, as the class representative, can exact some real financial challenges for the defendant corporation. You should not have to change your phone number, and that is one of the reasons we have the TCPA. I just had a corporate client who was exposed to the statute for its service provider's mistakes. Settled the case last week.
There are many of us here who can help. I hope this info is helpful to you. Peace and wellness, Mike TroncellitoSee question
T-Mobile opened an account in my name after I went to buy a phone but never actually got a phone with them. They said it would be about 100 dollars and then 120 a month so I started to fill out the paperwork, then the story changed to it will cos...
You want to get that off your record so that it does not cause a credit issue. THAT is where you would incur damages; by and through having to pay higher interest on a purchase due to a lower credit score as a result of any shenanigans here. Without actual money damages, you cannot sue directly. However, you may want to check the internet to see if there are any class actions against T-Mobile for this type of commission scam. There was just recently one against Wells Fargo for bankers opening accounts without authorization to get commissions for starting new accounts. Check into the same re: T-Mobile online. Hope this is helpful. Peace and wellness, Mike TroncellitoSee question