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i have an hospital bill from the birth of my baby girl. the hospital keep calling me. Today one lady called my husband to tell him that if the hospital send that bill to collection when i apply for my green card, my application will be denied. ...
It sounds like they are trying to pressure you into paying them. If the caller is a third party debt collector (a company other than the hospital), you may have a claim against them under the FDCPA.See question
I was hired to do some new construction work as a painter/carpenter. I completed the first house and wasn't paid in full. They told me to finish second house and I would be paid in full for everything thus far. Both jobs were completed minus the p...
You may be able to file a viable materialman's lien if there is still an unpaid balance between the owner and general contractor.. There is a specific procedure you have to follow so you will need to contact a attorney in order to do it properlySee question
United Healthcare paid between $20,000-$30,000 to Cumberland Heihgts in Nashville. My balance was a little above $1,000. Which has now ballooned to $1900. I have not been able to pay this because I am still struggling with this disease yet tonight...
The most important step right now is to make sure you answer the complaint within the allocated timeframe to keep the hospital from obtaining a default judgement against you. A collector can't directly garnish your wife's wages but there are several other ways it can try to collect.See question
Breaking lease cant afford to pay my rent must move
It's probably not automatically going to show up on your credit reports, but there is a chance that the landlord reports non-payment. Also, if the landlord files a lawsuit and obtains a judgement against you, it will probably show up.See question
OK I was served a eviction notice to pay rent $200, I paid what I could at the time $100. That same day a guy came to my door and gave me some paperwork and said he was the landlord's attorney (which I question). So first I would like to know wher...
If the landlord accepted the $100, he probably waived the right to evict you during that lease term.See question
I bought a 2004 Ford F650 tow truck with 146,000 Miles turns out it has 354,000 Miles do I have any options
Yes, there are federal and state laws that you should be able to file a claim under.See question
I purchased a Lexus rx300 from a used car dealer last month. Just stopped running and had towed to shop. Shop says engine seized. Only drove 2000 miles. Had no issues until this
You may be covered under the warranty if it has one. If you bought it "as is" then you may still have some remedies but they are going to be much harder to prove -- especially after driving it 2000 miles.See question
We have a year lease until June. We had a house built and it got done early. We gave a month notice and paid a "break lease fee" of $275.00. They have made no attempt to rent our apt. Do I have to continue to pay monthly rent and if so why did I h...
It depends on what the "break lease fee" was for. Normally you could be liable for the rest of the lease term, but you and the landlord could have agreed on a set price in order to mitigate the damages under the break lease fee.See question
What court in Birmingham Alabama do I go to file for an eviction?
District Civil. There are notices you have to make before filing though.See question
We are a new Off Road vehicle dealership in Alabama. I'm just wondering if the Alabama Lemon Law also covers Off Road vehicles.
The lemon laws do not apply to ATVs because they are not intended for use on public roads but you should still be covered under contract, warranty, ucc, and other related laws.See question