So, I loaned my ex boyfriend $4500 back in October 2021 and he promised he would pay me back monthly but has not. He has made false promises(I have text messages) month after month that he would pay me but then he doesn't. This has screwed up my credit and put a financial burden on me. The... Read more »
If your car is worth $10,00 or less, you can sue her in Small Claims Court, which does not allow lawyers. It's somewhat like "Judge Judy" in that people answer judge's questions without a lawyer present. Most courts have a self-help section on their websites and self-help...Read more »
I am pursuing a California professional state license that requires a credit check and might need to clear up some old judgments from 10 and 14 years ago. I can pay the amounts originally owed, but adding on the interest pushes beyond what I can afford. Is it possible to make this type of deal with... Read more »
A bankruptcy lawyer should be able to provide you with legal advice and representation for this matter. In fact, both of those judgments may have expired and become unenforceable due to the passage of time, unless they were timely renewed.
His scheme to play victim and try to retaliate again. He has cases such as this since 2000. Lost truck, collections asking for $38.675 calling it eviction aftermath and Mayhem. Despites and fixed. I have tons of evidence that I didn't get to show because my SC case heard 11/20. UD was... Read more »
His relative Michael is willing to take over the debt through installments, and he wants to do an agreement which guarantees that John’s debt is transferred to him, so John is no longer owes me(creditor) anything.... Read more »
You can assign debt from one debtor to another, but the problem is if you cannot find the one willing to take on John's debt you won't be able to get the assignment completed/signed. You might need to hire an investigator/skip tracer to find Michael first.
I was at a drive through coffee shop in Flagstaff, Arizona. It was warming up that morning and the ice and snow melted and slid off the business’ roof which ended up landing on top of my hood causing damage.
I filed a claim with their insurance (Chubb) and they came back and denied my... Read more »
You may have a bad faith claim for denial of your claim, but it will likely depend on the terms in the business insurance policy. However, even if the insurance policy won't cover your loss, you may still be able to sue the business for negligence for your damages, but you will likely need to...Read more »
I was involved in accident in CA with no injuries,the street where the accident occurred is has a middle lane the two yellow lanes.I was inside the middle lane when the accident occurred.I was there with the other driver and a person across the street with 0% visibility of the accident site which I... Read more »
I just recently picked up mail from my boyfriends grandma from time to time I still get mail there since I used to live there. I honestly don’t go there after usually just Christmas and thanksgiving and a random couple times a year. Well I haven’t been there since Christmas 2021. Apparently... Read more »
What is called "Substitute Service" in CA is legal. Basically it says that if a process server goes to your home or your work in an effort to serve you personally but is not successful, after at least 2 attempts, they can give it to a "substitute" (person must be at least 18...Read more »
On may of 2019, i was struck by a dodge challenger who failed to stop at a stop sign in a 2way intersection. Driver fled on foot and my insurance had to foot the bill for my vehicle. I was traveling northbound in my infiniti when i was hit on my front right passenger door which made my vehicle... Read more »
You need to turn the papers over to your insurance company immediately. You, as an individual, are the correct party to be sued, but your insurance is there to protect you. Because you have been served court papers, you must act right away.
I sent an email last week to the insurance company asking for the full testimony/statement of the witness and what he exactly said with the specific time and specific and date of the testimony after the insurance company closed the case based on that statement and ignored... Read more »
My friend ( so I thought) said I could keep my horses at her house. I told her I would provide hay I just need a day in advance notice. Well she never said a word to me and went and bought 10 bales of hay and wants me to pay her for them or she won't let me remove my horses. She knows that I... Read more »
He hasn't live in the home since end of December of 2019. I told him he needs to get his stuff out of the garage and he is wanting to get half of the property in the house. I believe that it's been abandoned and that I am being nice letting him get stuff from the garage. I told him he... Read more »
Please discuss with an attorney. The answer depends on the details in your MSA. An attorney must review your agreement in order to properly advise you of your rights and obligations. In general, as soon as practicable after the effective date of this agreement, the parties will meet for the purpose...Read more »
My business has gone down hill because I DO NOT HAVE TRANSPORTATION. I paid for the highest package and never received one ounce of what their contract stated. This is fraud and I need an attorney asap. I am in San Diego but my insurance agent is in Beverly Hills.
I suspect there is more to the story, but basically you have probably have an insurance bad faith claim against the insurance company, not the agent. I would contact the adjuster and/or the adjuster's supervisor and find out why they have not settled your claim. Sometimes, the resolution of...Read more »
If you are hurt, see a doctor. Then contact an attorney. If you don't need medical attention, you probably don't have a case worth pursuing. You have 6 months to file a Tort Claim with the City, which is a requirement before filing a lawsuit. When you talk to an attorney, be prepared....Read more »
The car was at tow yard. The tow yard had a lien sale the car was sold to a lady the lady never registered it in her name. She sold the car to her nephew a couple days after she bought it from the tow yard.he never registered it in his name either.. I bought it from the nephew a couple days later.... Read more »
I wish to hire an attorney to help with preparing an "opposition to motion to deem matters admitted". Is it possible to hire for only that, or will attorneys require they represent me throughout the entire case?
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