Member of Travel Company
I joined a company as a member with membership dues and all. I was promised a commission for services and did not receive them. Now the company has changed names several times. Can I sue an individual like the owners of the company at that time? I did file using an old name which they had changed within days before they were attempted to be served. How do I get what is owed?
1 Answer from Attorneys
Re: Member of Travel Company
You can file listing them as d.b.a. but you can only realistically litigate without an attorney if you are in small claims court.
Related Questions & Answers
Product Protection I am in possession of the recipes to produce a line of skin care... Asked 4/21/09, 6:43 pm in United States Texas Business Law
How to file in small claims court My company allowed the sales force to hire... Asked 4/20/09, 11:08 pm in United States Texas Business Law
Incorporation which state? I want to incorporate and live in Texas. Should I choose... Asked 4/18/09, 3:10 pm in United States Texas Business Law
Fax Confirmation Record(s) In January, we received a demand letter from an attorney... Asked 4/14/09, 9:44 pm in United States Texas Business Law
Business My business was taken over by the person that I was buying it from and the... Asked 4/14/09, 9:36 am in United States Texas Business Law