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Zipcar (aka PV Adding Corp) and I are being sued by a woman whose car I hit (at about 3mph). I thought Zipcar had handled it but I've received two letters in the last 6 months from her legal team saying that I'm defaulting. I had taken my foot off...
if you were named in the suit (and served) then you must respond and defend the case.
ZipCar may also have been named but do not assume they are defending you or are even on your side.See question
Can a plaintiff get and take to the court hearing, an audio recording of a discussion between the plaintiff and the defendant which can serve as evidence that the defendant said something, even though the defendant did not know that the conversati...
I am assuming that you made the recording and that the recording was made in New York. In that case, it is perfectly legal to record a conversation. That is because New York is what they call a "one party" state meaning only one part of the conversation must consent to it being recorded.See question
I am the defendant in a divorce action. Plaintiff is represented by an attorney. I filed an Order To Show Cause for Contempt. The OTSC was filled out and faxed back to me by the court with a return date and a service date. HOWEVER, in addition to ...
Definitely get the Attempted Affidavit of Service. On the return date, you will present the affidavit of attempted service and also the affidavit showing the attorney was served.See question
Or is it possible for all pro se defendants to sign one single answer?
A pro se party cannot represent anybody else because they are not an attorney. Accordingly, each pro se party must file their own answer. However, if one attorney represents all of the pro se parties that attorney can file a joint answer for all of the parties.See question
I served Notice of Appeal by the process server and soon will need to serve a brief. But my process server goes on vacation and I am reluctant to use any other server. Can I serve the defendant with the brief by myslef and use a affidavit of se...
There appears to be some confusion in the answers that you have been given.
You do not need a process server to serve these papers.
The papers must be served by someone who is 18 years of age or older and not a party to the litigation. That person will need to complete an affidavit of service.
You can get a friend who is 18 years of age or older to mail the papers for you and they can complete an affidavit of service in front of a notary public swearing that they served the papers in the manner and to the person served at the address where they served them.See question
I bought a car from a dealer and the finance company sent me a copy of my contract stating how much the car was finiance. however i decide to check my original contract to ensure that the contract was correct, come to find out that the original wa...
That is not uncommon. The lack of a signature should not affect anything particularly if the terms of the transaction are correct.See question
Was not informed of this charge
Typically, you can cancel the service contract/extended warranty. The amount that will be refunded depends on how soon after you bought the warranty/service contract that you cancel. The sooner you cancel the larger your refund would be. You should understand that the refund usually goes to pay down your loan and not directly into your pocket. Pay attention to whatever rules the warranty company has for canceling. It may be that you have to go to the dealership to cancel or it may be that you have to put it in writing and send it to the warranty/service contract company.See question
Had to merg onto bridge truck wouldn't let me and swiped my new challenger left rear panal
This is something you should address through your insurance. Hopefully, you got a police accident report.See question
The attorney representing me for the one motion refused to send me a copy of my retainer or an itemized bill. Six mos later when the 81 was filed again, my attorney lumped them into ONE motion whereas I believe there were TWO. My contract was o...
Without question, you are entitled to a copy of the retainer agreement. Additionally, if there is a billing dispute, you are entitled to Fee Arbitration. You can check with your local Bar Association to see what you need to do to request the arbitration.See question
Can the ask question about how much money you make
it is unclear from your question in what context this is coming up. However, if you are talking about a deposition, generally, you can be asked almost anything. This would be especially true if financial questions are relevant to the case.See question