I bought a car and in order for me to complete the new owner transfer and needed to pass smog. It didn't pass smog and actually 2.5 weeks into having it.it has done nothing but cost money to put new parts in it. And still is over heating And won't...
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3 weeks ago, I purchased a Certified Pre-Owned 2016 Mercedes Benz C 300 from Fletcher Jones Mercedes Benz in Newport Beach. At 7:45a morning, I was driving to work and about 8 LAPD units pulled me over with their guns drawn (I had about 4-6 guns...
Sure, sounds like you could sue them. B.C we need 35 characters, I am writing this nothing sentence as well.See question
I signed a consign contract with a firm to help sell my car. We agreed on a price and they firm agreed to buy the car with a certain amount if they cannot sell in 45 days. Now the date has passed and they still can't sell the car but when I inquir...
This sounds like a straight breach of contract matter. My concern is that I've seen contracts, over the years, that give them "other" rights, like the right to lower the asking price. If I were you I'd have your contract reviewed NOW by an attorney and I'd ONLY communicate with these folks in writing going forward, so you have a record. Here are two short videos on the importance of writings.
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I appreciate the feedback. My girlfriend has been fighting a case for the past year. She was just offered a settlement on the case and we were shocked that it doesn't even cover the cost of the legal fees she has incurred to get this far. The who...
1- The client always has the power to accept/reject a settlement offer;
2- The other side always tries to put a wedge between client and attorney and rarely offers full fees;
3- Owing your lawyer, depending on the actual agreement you signed, makes little sense to me. I see no "benefit to the lawyer" here, as it is highly unlikely any manufacturer would offer good money to the lawyer and cheap out on the consumer. It's almost always the reverse. Of course, in 2-3 sentences posted, it's hard to know what is really going on here.
4- Usually, the cost of a case is born by the attorney as well and of course s/he would not have taken the case unless s/he thought it was a winner, so, what changed?
5- I'd get it ALL in writing so you can review it. I'd want to precise offer from manufacturer, not some relayed offer, to evaluate. I'd want to see the original (actually ALL) offers, the attorney's reasoning on why it should settle now and not go to trial and I would have that retainer agreement she signed reviewed by independent counsel.
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I always thought Lawyers get 33% not %50, which it comes out to be & when I asked him about it he started talking about a lot of miscellaneous stuff they had to get, I think one of the things was stationery?...
First READ the agreement you signed with the firm.
Once you know what is says (and you should prior to signing) you will get a better idea if this is a legitimate split or not. The other "things" are likely costs associated with the lawsuit, which are traditionally bore by the client even if fronted by the atty. I'm changing this to profesional ethics where you will get more enlightened responses.
The kids and parents have been asked multiple times to stop playing next to our cars and all the parents say is that "they're kids" till this day they keep hitting mine and my family's cars.
The parents are right, they're kids. BUT, if the kids are damaging your vehicle, then the parents need to pay for the damage. I'd politely agree with them and tell them you "get it" but, that does not mean they can hurt your car, so, assuming there is no way for you to protect your car, (by say, parking it somewhere else?) then further explain to them that it is their responsibility to teach the kids it is not OK to harm someone else's property and therefore, IF they damage the property, you will seek compensation from the parents who allow this to go on. .See question
Rented a cottage from a private person who wrote up a "contract" for the rental. All it said was that I would pay the rent xxx amount on the first of the month and that I would give 30 days notice to move out. The problem is this person is an ex...
Assuming all facts to be true, you have what we call a "constructive eviction." Pack up, get out, deal with the rest later. Your safety is paramount.See question
Samsung is recalling the Note 7 again for a second time. This has set me back as Im sure it has with a lot of other people. They are offering a full refund for the phone but where does that leave me as I do not have an old phone to use. Therefore ...
1- You are entitled to get your money back. That appears to be happening.
2- No one is forcing you to buy another expensive phone. You can even buy a less expensive one. I find the HOT phones of the moment are plenty hot a year later and a LOT cheaper. I just paid less than $500.00 for a brand new iPhone 6+ which retailed for over $750.00 and got my teenager a iphone 5c for $175.00 brand new in the box. My own Samsung Note 3 is now less than $300.00 for a brand new one, unused in the box. YOU choose what to buy.
3- As for accessories, return them. IF you cannot for some odd reason, sue Samsung for those funds.
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Less than two months ago, I bought used 2008 Honda Element from a Ford Dealership. When I got home, I realized that the back seat belts were chewed off, and I found them hidden in the car. As the car smelled strongly of dog, I'm assuming a dog che...
Maybe? Sorry for your troubles. The sooner you act, the sooner you get a result. Make sure to get in writing the issue(s). If they will not write, YOU write. Tell them exactly what happened, what you said, what they said and how they stopped returning your calls. Do this IN WRITING, to make a record for what later may be a court date. Your post does not indicate that you got a warranty and generally a used Honda from a Ford dealer will not come with a warranty. Your documents may show some other fraud, not related to your complaints, so, get in touch with a consumer protection attorney. Most will review your documents at no charge to you or for a modest charge, to see if there is anything that can be done. Here for you and other folks who may read this are a few videos on the importance of writings:
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