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Do you think the car dealership would take my car back?

A:  If you could e-mail me about the issues you are having with your vehicle I would gladly do all that I can for you. Hope to hear from you soon. Jeff Morris, GM Customer Service The ''Speckles'' are probably on the outside and all cars with over 10,000 miles have at least a few and even more as you get more miles. They are from small stones etc, and many times you don''t even hear what hit your windshield causing it since at 55mph even sand can cause it. The windshield isn''t defective, this is just normal wear and ALL four of my cars have it. Lemon laws don''t cover used cars but this car is not a lemon as all cars...

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Can I Sue For Being Wrongly Accused and Put in The Local Newspaper False Information?

A:  Instead of asking here, you should be interviewing local attorneys that know all about the coverage, and facts of the case at their fingertips, and could instantly ( practically) answer your questions about the merit of your claims...

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do I have to pay taxes on accident claim?

A:  Generally not, since it is considered a replacement of money you lost and not actual income. But ask your lawyer to be sure. A search of this site would have found you this information, also. I have the same question but I live in Florida. My 14 year old daughter and I received separate Insurance checks as compensation from a car accident that we were in. The insurance company of the person who hit me is the one who sent us the checks. Do either of us have to pay taxes on this money or is it all ours? Thank you for your help! The answer is the same as above. I do believe you would have to pay taxes on any portion of your claim that represents lost income or wages (if applicable)....

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can i expect to win in small claims court over unpaid rent?

A:  Small claims court is informal. The judge will hear the case. Don't confuse "hearing the case" with winning the case. As you yourself seem to recognize, you are not in a very strong position here. You may be in a little better position than you think. My 2 cents worth: A roommate arrangement carries a presumption that the roommate contribute to the rent and utilities. "We had no formal verbal agreement" Verbal agreements by definition are not formal, but they are enforceable. How much you get depends on how well you can convince a judge as to what the living arrangements were as well as the money arrangements. Laymans take: You have...

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Denied By The Doctor Because Of An Slip And Fall accident

A:  No. But your doctor's biggest concern (presumably aside from your mother's good medical care) is how he's going to be paid for the services that he renders. A slip and fall case is generally difficult in terms of proving liablility and therefore the doc dosn't want to treat your mother unless she pays cash at each visit or her health coverage pays. Why hasn't her health coverage paid from the outset? Doctors never care that the injury was through the negligence of a third party--unless payment of their fee is jeopardized. Many health insurance companies have a very strict timelimit for filing claims. If the doctor doesn't file a claim within usually one year, the insurance company will...

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I am now faced with two citations. One for an expired tag and the other for no proof of insurance.What do i do

A:  Don''t worry about for when they catch you again, because each day the motor vehicle is uninsured, you will be billed $8.00 per day! Get it insured now! Usually if you go to court with the proof that you have both the tags and insurance, they will just dismiss your case. what the...where do people get these answers from? First of all, get insurance immediately. Also, get your tags or whatever...i know you have $200, but it''s probably going to cost you more to pay for all these things and pay for your ticket. Finally, call the court. See what they want you to do. If they ask you to make an appearance, go with proof that you''ve corrected any expired tags and that you now have insurance. they love it. Take the bus until you can afford to...

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Sold car to brother on lien: Should I take him to court?

A:  I wish to inform you that $150/month over 24 months would take the sale cost to $3,600 and not $3,000. Now, 6 installments have been paid back or $900. There is no interest and no late fees. So, the balance is $2,100 if the sale cost was $3,000. You may give a written notice to your brother to pay the balance amount. If he does not, you may rescind the contract. In this, you may pay back $900 and take back the car. Alternatively, you may file a lawsuit in the Small Claims Court for the balance amount. AFF We did agree to 20 payments of $150, but I told him I would give me a full 24 months if he needed it. I should have worded my statement a little better, I do apologize. We do have a contract. Upon completion of the deal we signed a bill of sale, odometer...

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What are my chances of winning in small claims court if I sue someone for putting a stop payment on a cheque?

A:  If there is no dispute about receipt of the goods or services from them, then you will very likely win the case. As long as you provided the service they were paying you for, you will win the amount of the check, plus the bounced check fees as well as court costs. You don''t say where you are, but in the US, local district attorney''s offices have offices that deal with bad checks and will help you recover the money. good chance of winning, but judging by the ''sort'' of person you are dealing with I would be ready to back up your claims that they where happy with your work and they did not stop the check for that reason. A lot of this answer is going to depend upon the amount involved. If...

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What is the best cause of action Jewellers have lost my ring after I put it in for repair.?

A:  If you can prove that you put your ring in there to get repared than you can take them to court, seek advice form a solicitor or a retail advice place my mother in law would go to the store and make a lot of noise until she got a ring. oh wait, she did that once! when does the 28 days expire it seems he as already offered to make you a new one so I dont see the problem however if you dont get any action go to trading standards in the area where you live Firstly, you should not have had to pay in full for the repair up front. You should make a claim for full replacement value from the jeweller, he should have been fully insured against the loss, he can claim from his insurers, Get an independent valuation from a different jeweller,( do not tell them that you are making...

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How''s the car movement affected by the position of the clutch pedal?

A:  You can hold the car still on slight hills with the clutch and no brake but you need to be used to the car first. To make it really simple there is a bar which when in gear is rotating which gives you forward motion and when you raise the clutch you engage it with the wheels so that the car moves forwards. This is why in heavy traffic you can raise your clutch a little with no accelerator and the car will move. If you hold it at just the right point on a hill, the forward motion will hold you still. Not high enough and you''ll roll back and if you raise it too much with no gas you will stall and the car will jolt forward a little. It''s another reason why when...