I won twice on appeal with Allegheny Valley Transfer Moving Company in the amount of $913.00 in damages. After the court awarded me the amount, I sent a certified letter giving the business 30 days to pay. The 30 days are up, and no check in the mail. I have been Pro Se and so was the company. Now do I turn the award into a judgment against the company. That's the case so far.
If you won in court, THAT was the judgment. You are now in the land of collections work. I will mark the practice area accordingly to get you some concrete answers from people who know the field better.
Most courts have additional procedures that govern how you collect on a judgment, but you have the judgment already. You can try and seize assets, freeze bank accounts, or place liens on property. All of this is governed by rules of procedure unless you can get them to cooperate, so you are likely to need a lawyer. You may want to save the attorney money by offering to take $600 or $500 to make settle everything.
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