Mount Hermon, KY asked in Contracts, Civil Litigation, Federal Crimes and Insurance Bad Faith for Tennessee

Q: Breach of finalized settlement! This 1 case if you fight you will win more then you make yearly! TN Yes I'll contact.

Heres the case in a nut shell. Breach of settlement contract. I finally have all evidence including,Contract and terms, proof of breach. In their own words known recordings and understood that they were being recorded, proof of negligence bordering criminal. Admitted criminal negligence during breach. Continual proof of breach. Proof to cover up case or breach of settlement. Proof of gross misconduct.Proof of badgering Plainiff and trying to hide the fact the law was broke. Intimidation and mockery of the Tennessee judicial system and Chauncey court. Disrespect of the people and laws of tennessee. Americans with Disabilities Act violations repetitively solution is file the breach of contract. TCLA states the judge will hear the breach and make it as it was predicted to NEVER HAD breach. So a few millions owed just to scratch the surface!Proof of breach to lifetime settlement.


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James L. Arrasmith
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A: If you believe there has been a breach of a finalized settlement agreement, gathering all pertinent evidence, such as the original contract, proof of the breach, and any relevant communications or recordings, is crucial. Documentation that clearly demonstrates the breach, especially if it includes admissions of negligence or misconduct, can significantly strengthen your case. It's also important to understand how these actions have violated the terms of the agreement and potentially the law, including specific aspects like the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Consulting with an attorney who has experience in contract law and the specific legal standards applicable in Tennessee is an essential next step. They can offer guidance based on the specifics of your case, the evidence you've gathered, and the applicable laws, including the Tennessee Consumer Lawyer Act (TCLA) if relevant. An experienced lawyer can also advise on the best course of action, whether it's negotiating a new settlement or pursuing legal action in court.

Remember, legal proceedings can be complex and time-consuming, but having a comprehensive understanding of your rights and the legal process, combined with professional legal support, can aid in navigating this challenging situation. Taking timely action is important to protect your interests and seek the resolution you deserve based on the terms of the original agreement and the extent of the breach.

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