I have a company filling suit against me n court for a supposed debt not paid.
Honestly, I never heard of them, and have no idea why they think I owe them anything.
Maybe my identity was stollen, I do not know.
My question is, What is the nature of the case I am facing ? Is it a tort or breach of contract or what, trying to figure out what I am being accused of so I can research it more.
If I knew what the issue against me was, my second question would be, what are all the necessary elements of such a violation.
Can anyone please help me ?
2 Answers from Attorneys
You should have an experienced Business Attorney review the documents and contact the Plaintiff's attorney for settlement or defense.
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Mr. Anderson is correct, you should have an experienced Business attorney review the documents, not just to contact opposing counsel, but to determine if the suit is even real. There are a number of "hokie lawsuits" out there these days, which amount to nothing more than scams. There are a few questions to determine whether the suit is real or otherwise: 1) Were you served with a Summons and Complaint?....generally meaning, were the documents handed to you or delivered to your home? 2) Are you named in the caption? 3) Is there a case number in the caption (sometimes there is not, meaning that it has not been filed with the court)? Etc., etc....
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