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  1. Collection and Enforcement: Re: Demand Letter Ignored Post Judgment Now What

    Some updates:

    My friend filed the lien on the other lawsuit. No easy task mind you. The half-witted clerk at the window send him on a wild goose chase downtown to the main court house saying that...
  2. Collection and Enforcement: Re: Demand Letter Ignored Post Judgment Now What

    I also haven't been able to find how things would proceed post judgment in the 2nd case. Thank you for the reference on the book. I will look the book up.




    I am sorry I should have been more...
  3. Collection and Enforcement: Re: Demand Letter Ignored Post Judgment Now What

    It is but after all the time and energy I have put in to this I am feeling vested and want to hold this guy accountable as well. Online stuff is not my friend's forte hence why I scour for info. I...
  4. Collection and Enforcement: Re: Demand Letter Ignored Post Judgment Now What

    Do you mean form ej-001? EJ-100 is for Acknowledgment of Satisfaction of Judgment.



    Can you just walkup to the clerk's window and ask for a certified copy? I am guessing there is a cost...
  5. Collection and Enforcement: Re: Demand Letter Ignored Post Judgment Now What

    Hello,

    Once again thank you for your detailed and thoughtful answers. I was wondering if you are familiar with the process of placing a lien on a Lawsuit a Debtor has against someone else. I...
  6. Collection and Enforcement: Re: Demand Letter Ignored Post Judgment Now What

    While I do not dispute your experience I see contractor's regularly working without a proper license, advertising with an expired license, or very commonly using someone else's license (e.g. a...
  7. Collection and Enforcement: Re: Demand Letter Ignored Post Judgment Now What

    Well, he is going to try the SC-108 as a hail marry but it may come down to trying to collect from the electrician which is of course much harder. So, how best to go about this? He will file notice...
  8. Collection and Enforcement: Re: Demand Letter Ignored Post Judgment Now What

    pg1067,

    First off thank you for your detailed and patient explanations.

    Please see this PDF here on the second page under naming the surety company (BTW I think my friend has met the three...
  9. Collection and Enforcement: Re: Demand Letter Ignored Post Judgment Now What

    I will have him check but I am sure when he did the paper work the bond company was the correct one.

    So I am confused:

    1. The SC FAQs from the court indicate that the bond company needs to be...
  10. Collection and Enforcement: Re: Demand Letter Ignored Post Judgment Now What

    O.k. Hot off the press weird stuff: My friend just showed me the actual ruling. Previously he had told me he had simply won.

    So per the requirement of SC court the bond company was named in the...
  11. Retailers: Re: Lost Return

    Exactly. I've had this save my bacon a few times. Specially if the seller paid/provided for the return label. This makes it completely on them as the shipper (i.e. the carrier will only deal with the...
  12. Collection and Enforcement: Re: Demand Letter Ignored Post Judgment Now What

    Thanks. Again I am aware of the options from the court. My question is more to how to best proceed. I.E. should he file for a Debtor's Examination hearing as the next step? Or should he approach the...
  13. Collection and Enforcement: Re: Demand Letter Ignored Post Judgment Now What

    That is exactly my thinking as well. So anything else to do in the mean time?
  14. Collection and Enforcement: Re: Demand Letter Ignored Post Judgment Now What

    Yes, a licensed contractor. The 90 days are not up yet for the contractor to be able to suspend his license.

    The way I read the info from the licensing board was that if within the first 90 days...
  15. Collection and Enforcement: How to Collect Money Once You Obtain a Judgment

    My question involves court procedures for the state of: California

    Hello All,

    So I am looking for "best practice" type of advice here:

    My friend (detailed in other relevant posts) won his SC...
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    Re: Liability Trivia - Truck Driver Collides with Dangerously Low Hanging Wire

    Here is one I found in less the n2 minutes of searching half heartedly offering 60K to 80K based on experience. Show a real improvement in collection rates/amounts and I am sure you could make $100K....
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    Re: Liability Trivia - Truck Driver Collides with Dangerously Low Hanging Wire

    100% agree with in house vs. out sourcing. 20% is an estimate average of the total cost of collections for an in house setup (i.e. salaries, benefits, follow up, mailing, collection agency, etc. cost...
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    Re: Liability Trivia - Truck Driver Collides with Dangerously Low Hanging Wire

    Huh? Where did you come up with that? Billing and coding is one of the most expensive overheads/costs in a medical office. Like I said a good biller/coder makes $100K a year or more. Yes, for one...
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    Re: Liability Trivia - Truck Driver Collides with Dangerously Low Hanging Wire

    Nothing is universal and although your cryptic one line response to a paragraph worth of information is hard to decipher (i.e. what makes it not correct) I'd wager good money that it will hold true...
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    Re: Liability Trivia - Truck Driver Collides with Dangerously Low Hanging Wire

    Brian,

    All doctors are willing to negotiate a better price for cash pay upfront (not check or CC but cold hard cash). The average practice pays any where from 5.5% to 20% of their billed accounts...
  21. Mental Health: Re: Can a Doctor Charge You Extra to Fill Out FMLA Papers

    1. It is perfectly legal
    2. Insurance does not cover this (not medical care)
    3. In the past when doctor's did not have so many forms to fill out, paperwork for insurance, and were generally...
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    Re: Liability Trivia - Truck Driver Collides with Dangerously Low Hanging Wire

    You really don't understand how non-profit works, do you?

    Even going by your views it is very easy: Hospitals have lots of real losses. Every time a homeless patient walks into the ER and needs...
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    Re: Liability Trivia - Truck Driver Collides with Dangerously Low Hanging Wire

    Right and as I said totally non-pertinent info to the discussion of tradesman charging more just because it is after hours.


    I also checked with a couple (yes as in two so no not a...
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    Re: Liability Trivia - Truck Driver Collides with Dangerously Low Hanging Wire

    I don't work with too many hand surgeons but of the one's I have worked with NONE have ever billed $28K for carpal tunnel and certainly never been paid $9K just for the surgeons fee. I will post back...
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    Re: Liability Trivia - Truck Driver Collides with Dangerously Low Hanging Wire

    Please don't try ridiculous number games. What did your surgeon charge you? Or your anesthesiologist? Those are the doctor's rates. Most of the $5000/hr (which seems real high specially for a cash...
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