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Thomas R. Beauvais

Thomas Beauvais’s Legal Cases

8 total

  • Budget Rent-A-Car v. [Client]

    Practice Area:
    Debt Collection
    Date:
    Jul 27, 2011
    Outcome:
    The defendant (my client) won at trial
    Description:
    Case was based on an automobile rental agreement that unfairly put all the risk of loss on the customer. There was an accident and the rental company declared the vehicle a total loss. The customer could not pay that amount and believed it to be unfair. So we went to trial.
  • Capital One v. [Client]

    Practice Area:
    Debt Collection
    Outcome:
    Case Dismissed
    Description:
    Successfully obtained a dismissal of credit card debt claim against client.
  • LVNV Funding, LLC v. [Client]

    Practice Area:
    Debt Collection
    Date:
    Oct 19, 2011
    Outcome:
    Case Dismissed
    Description:
    (not available)
  • [Client] v. Allstate Insurance Company

    Practice Area:
    Debt Collection
    Outcome:
    Settlement in favor of Client
    Description:
    Client had significant increases to insurance premium months after signing the policy. Resulted in Allstate cancelling the policy and seeking a collection. Sued under 93A.
  • [Client] v. CACH, LLC

    Practice Area:
    Debt Collection
    Outcome:
    Favorable Settlement
    Description:
    Defendant tried to sue my client after he had filed bankruptcy. Sued them for violation of the automatic stay.
  • Midland Funding LLC v. [Client]

    Practice Area:
    Debt Collection
    Outcome:
    Dismissed
    Description:
    Client was sued to collect a debt. Counterclaimed for debt collection violations
  • [Client] v. E&S A1 Auto Service

    Practice Area:
    Lemon Law
    Date:
    Jul 11, 2014
    Outcome:
    Judgment in favor of client
    Description:
    Client bought used Land Rover from dealer. Had it inspected and found significant rust. During the lawsuit, it was also discovered that the dealer did not have proper title when the car was sold. Case was taken to trial and court entered judgment in favor of my client, finding that the dealer had committed unfair and deceptive acts. The court further awarded triple damages as well as attorney fees.
  • [Client] v. Advanced Auto Sales

    Practice Area:
    Lemon Law
    Date:
    Oct 09, 2014
    Outcome:
    Judgment in favor of client
    Description:
    Client bought 2001 Chrysler Sebring from dealer. Car broke down. Dealer refused to make repairs. It turned out that the car had a cracked engine header at the time of sale. The dealer also deceptively neglected to inform my client of his rights under Massachusetts Law regarding implied warranties. After trial, a jury found that the dealer had sold a defective car and had committed fraud.