Q: Can hyundai withdraw a settlement offer after it is sent to me, accepted, signed and returned?
The settlement offer is for the rental car, tow bill and hotel rental due to not being able to get a rental car for 31 days. After sending me the settlement offer and it being accepted, signed and returned the case worker has now decided that she will only pay me $1369.00 instead of the proposed offer of $3329.00. She has threatened to close my case and deny my claims if I don't accept her new offer. If I do that then I will be out of pocket an additional $2463.00 for the hotel charges. I am a front line employee at the hospital which is 35 miles from my home. If I hadn't stayed there I wouldn't have a job. I would have been fired because it was 31 days before I received a rental car approval. Is this something I should agree to? I have the settlement offer that she sent and also a copy of the signed offer which states it is good for 60 days. What can I do?
A: Hopefully the Settlement Contract does not have a condition which allowed the Company to dishonor its agreement. You will have to hire an attorney to enforce the Settlement in General Sessions Court for Breach of Contract, and possibly execute upon some property of them. It is doubtful you will come out with much recovery, and they know this.
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