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How Much is Too Much? Tips for Making an Initial Contractor Deposit or Down-Payment

Over the past year, one of the most common situations we encountered was when homeowners paid a large amount of money up-front to a contractor, only to be left in a lurch when the contractor delayed, made up excuses, and ultimately never completed or even began the work.  1,560 more words

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Special Announcement to all Clients, Colleagues, and Friends -- Accomplishments, Changes, and Goals

Dear Clients, Colleagues, and Friends:

I am writing to you today about two things. First, our associate attorney Samantha Vajskop will be leaving Myers Law to join an education/school law firm later this month (June 2018). 2,174 more words

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Six Year Recap on Business Cure Offers: The More Things Changed, the More They Stayed the Same

In 2012, Ohio changed its decades-old consumer protection law to allow businesses the right to make a cure offer, or offer to settle.  The idea was  a dispute quickly, after a lawsuit is filed.  1,260 more words

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Consumer Guide to Making a Home or Utility Warranty Claim

We’ve seen a sudden increase in consumers with legitimate home warranty claims that are being denied by warranty companies after long delays, or no investigation whatsoever.  2,149 more words

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ShieldConsumers.com: New Myers Law Website; Same Consumer Law Focus

Here at Myers Law, we have been working diligently to bring better consumer rights content and more useful legal information to our clients, our readers, and other consumers throughout Ohio. 180 more words

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Lawsuit Alleges Huntington Bank Violated Court Order, Sent Disabled Garfield Heights Woman to the Hospital

Update:  Hear/read more about this from WEWS News Channel 5’s report by Amanda VanAllen.

Huntington Bank violated a court order so that it could rush the eviction of a disabled Garfield Heights woman, resulting in her hospitalization, according to the allegations in a complaint filed with the Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas.  780 more words

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