I took out 2 loans while I was in a employment case, my attorney failed to contact the loan company to negotiate these loans now almost 2 years later the loan company is bringing a law suit against me and the attorney that neglected to contact loa...
You must finally answer the complete within 30 days of being served. If the attorney who represented you can get the matter resolved that would be preferable so you do not need to retain your own attorney and incur those expenses.
How much are you being sued for?See question
Credit report charged off now being sued for same amount same creditor.
Yes you certainly can. Retain an attorney to assist you in responding to the lawsuit.See question
I want to file a General Denial form for my limited civil court case in San Diego rather than an Answer. Form PLD-050 states that I cannot file this in response to a "verified complaint". In the complaint, there is a separate declaration where at ...
Take the complaint to an attorney in your area who is experienced with civil litigation. They will evaluate the best response to itSee question
I fully satisfied a judgment against me and the attorney agreed to have it set aside, however, it actually wasn't executed. The agreement signed by both parties stipulated that I'd fully satisfy the judgment and the case would be set aside. What s...
You need to follow up with your attorney if you had one or the other side if you didnt and ask them to take steps to satisfy the terms of the agreement on their end.See question
My father gave me a large sum of money years ago as a gift. No idea where he received it because he only worked a very short amount of time in his life. He didn't give it to me directly because it was kept in his brother's bank account in Puerto R...
yes they can sue you for breach of contract. The question in the litigation would be whether there was an agreement to repay or a gift. Also, assuming it was a loan there may be a statute of limitations issue since it has been a long time.
How long ago was the money given to you? Are there any emails, letters, text messages or anything concerning the money and whether it was a loan or gift?See question
i was in an accident. The other party has sued my insurance. The victim's attorney rejected my insurance companies offer and filed a lawsuit against us now. My insurance said they will handle the lawsuit. My question is: how long to this thing...
it really depends on the size of the case, the nature of liability, types of damages, etc. These factors weigh in terms of settlement. A case can settle obviously much earlier then a trial would take place.
A trial would probably be a minimum of 15 months out. let your insurance company handle it like they are obligated to do.See question
To whom it may concern, Hello, I was wondering if anyone could help me with my current situation. So about three years ago me (17 yo at the time) and my mother were involved in a car accident. A man driving a truck had a stroke and collided wi...
the statute of limitations for her is two years and it expired since she did not file a lawsuit.
You were a minor and it is a diffrerent statute but you better resolve your matter promptly before you squander your right to recover as well.See question
Person refuses to be served with a demand note to pay the note or face a default judgment.
your question is confusing. If you have served them and they do not respond within the required time you can then submit a default and default judgment to the court. talk to a local lawyer for help with this process.See question
I want to put in a notice of claim against an individual in a breach of contract. Do I have to file it with the court or do I just send it to him and his ins co which I happen to know? It is not a govt agency in any way. Do I need an atty? ...
contact an attorney in your area to evaluate your case and dtermine if an insurance claim can be made or whether a lawsuit will need to be filed.See question
I told them i was broke and i don't have any money will attorneys get called?
if the police were not called it is unlikely. if criminal charges do get filed san mateo county has the private defender program who will be assigned to you if you are indigent.See question