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    Angry Statute Of Limitations And Money Owed

    i worked for a company in florida in 2005 as a 1099 subcontractor. i never signed a contract. it was a commission only sales job. the way they paid was as follows... the subcontractor did not get paid until the material was installed and the customer paid the balance in full. the time frame from the sale of the job till the instalation of the materials was approximately two months. after i quit the job for moral reasons, all of the jobs that i sold were installed and paid but the company refused to pay me my commissions totaling around 10,000. is there any way that i can sue for what they owe me? i have all the customers names and addresses but have since destroyed all the customer contracts. with a little research, the customers could be contacted or subpeona to court to testify that they paid the company and that i sold them the material.

    Please help

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    Default Re: Statute Of Limitations And Money Owed

    The limitations period for oral contracts in Florida is generally four years.

    You didn't help yourself by destroying key evidence, but it appears that you can try to sue if you wish.

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