Can I sue Duke Energy?
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Not sure what you expect lawyers to do about such a situation. At BEST you have some speculation about an ex's daughter you think might could possibly be messing with you, assuming she had that capacity, the utility says its nothing on thier end (where they should easily see the account changes) and the LL says not their problem. In the meantime since your bill is $380-400.00 a month - consistently - then fact that there is a "balance" of $44.86 suggests that added to the mix is that you aren't paying your charges on time. That might account for a $500.00 even amount due as this may be a required security deposit based on your payment history - you need to ask DE about the basis for that charge. Other than that you might just use a lot of electricity or be in an inefficient unit. Most utilities offer free inspections to find things to lower your energy bill so you might want to ask about that.
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