Lawrenceville, GA asked in Consumer Law and Small Claims for Georgia

Q: I filed BK-7 to protect my vehicle from repossession, the BK-7 was discharged but I filed an Adversary and need to sue.

First American Title of Georgia will not release my vehicle because I filed an Adversary to the BK-7 and I was informed by the judge that I need an attorney and I may be in the wrong court to file a lawsuit against First American Title to have my car returned and the missing valuables that were stolen from the vehicle at the time of repossession. I have sustained substantial injury or unwarranted health and safety risks, I have liver cancer and 100% disabled veteran who has been unable to make vital appointments due to lack of transportation; Uber and Lyft cost 50.00 for a round trip, I have bulging discs in back and neck where walking has caused more damage. The FTC is aware of the situation and the company is under investigation for violating RE:14019321 Docket No. C4259 (First American Title Lending of Georgia) 15 U.S.C. 45(n); see also FTC Policy Statement on Unfairness, appended to Int'l Harvester Co., 104 FTC 949, 1070-76 (1984). Do I have a lawsuit?

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1 Lawyer Answer
Seth Meyerson
Seth Meyerson
  • Sharpsburg, GA
  • Licensed in Georgia

A: Probably not.

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