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1 Answer | Asked in Consumer Law, Products Liability, Identity Theft and Small Claims for North Carolina on

Q: The equifax data breach can I sue in small claims for lifetime cost to protect myself class action won't cover 1 yr

The class action if lucky you'll get 500 dollars which is about 1 yr of protection actually defense can't protect now and it won't cover any time or aggravation or IRS protection from scammers but in small claims on and individual case could I ask for maximum pay out for local jurisdiction

Peter N. Munsing answered on Sep 11, 2017

You can try but they will likely fight it and the law is very complicated.

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Q: Can I sue a restaurant for a waitress forging my signature and adding extra gratuity after I have already given her cash

Melissa Averett answered on Dec 22, 2015

How much money are you talking about? The amount she took is the amount you would be entitled to recover. My guess is the filing fee for the lawsuit is more than the waitress stole from you. And unless you can prove that the restaurant knew or should have known and/or encouraged her to sign your... Read more »

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