Theft of Services
As a Bail Bonds Company, can I file a theft of services charge on a client that never paid on the payment agreement once they were released from jail? multiple calls, and written letters were sent but to no avail; and again no payment from defendant or co-signer has been made.
2 Answers from Attorneys
you hire me and i go after them.
I would need to review the payment agreement before I can provide a strategy but if you use a typical agreement your clients most likely breached the agreement. I would also need to determine on your behalf if the client has assets of value. The above should not be relied upon as legal advice as there is more information I will need but feel free to call for an appointment to discuss the matter. Keith Singer, Esq. 732-749-3700
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