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A dead judgment...?

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  • sarriiance
    Hello - I ve been a member of this group for awhile now but never actually posted to it yet. Anyway - I was wondering what everyone thought about this
    Message 1 of 2 , Oct 20, 2008
      Hello -

      I've been a member of this group for awhile now but never actually
      posted to it yet. Anyway - I was wondering what everyone thought
      about this situation and whether or not there might be any hope for a
      collection...

      I have a judgment against a car dealership that has altered the way
      they do business to the point of seemingly being untouchable now...

      Basically - I was in an accident back in the day - passenger of a
      rented car. The driver hit some parked cars - airbag goes off -
      injures my hand. I get a lawyer (Anthony Kalikas) and he takes up
      the case, gets a $15K settlement, does some legal stuff and gets me
      $7K of that settlement by hitting the bank account - I get about $3K
      after the bank and hospital take their share...

      Afterwards - the owner of the companies changes the business name,
      closes the bank account, does all sorts of things to hide the fact
      that he is still in business...

      Since then - the lawyer was never able and/or too un-motivated to do
      the work to make anything happen. I have and actually had a few of
      those judgment collector guys look into it but it was a hassle to get
      it ever signed back into my name, and they were never able to make
      anything happen on it... Waste of time basically - but I know the
      owner of the company is still there, I know the company is still
      running (maybe under the Hertz Rent-a-Car franchise now is the last
      rumor I heard about it) etc etc...

      I wonder - it's been so long now - I wonder if there is any hope left
      to ever collect on the judgment? Well - I'm not too excited about
      the idea of signing the judgment over to someone else again to
      collect because it was such a hassle getting the paperwork to sign it
      back over but the judgment is over $10K now with interest and such -
      is there anyone that might be interested out there for that amount to
      take a look into it?

      This is a southern CA area judgment - LA area FYI. If someone might
      be interested - let me know and I can give much more detailed
      information - this was just a quick 'here's the situation' post...

      Thanks.
    • Vicki Siedow
      Sure, post to me privately and I will try to help you sort it out. You don t have a sig line. Vicki Siedow Siedow & Associates Investigations 2629 Foothill
      Message 2 of 2 , Oct 20, 2008
        Sure, post to me privately and I will try to help you sort it out. You
        don't have a sig line.





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        Subject: [infoguys-list] A dead judgment...?



        Hello -

        I've been a member of this group for awhile now but never actually
        posted to it yet. Anyway - I was wondering what everyone thought
        about this situation and whether or not there might be any hope for a
        collection...

        I have a judgment against a car dealership that has altered the way
        they do business to the point of seemingly being untouchable now...

        Basically - I was in an accident back in the day - passenger of a
        rented car. The driver hit some parked cars - airbag goes off -
        injures my hand. I get a lawyer (Anthony Kalikas) and he takes up
        the case, gets a $15K settlement, does some legal stuff and gets me
        $7K of that settlement by hitting the bank account - I get about $3K
        after the bank and hospital take their share...

        Afterwards - the owner of the companies changes the business name,
        closes the bank account, does all sorts of things to hide the fact
        that he is still in business...

        Since then - the lawyer was never able and/or too un-motivated to do
        the work to make anything happen. I have and actually had a few of
        those judgment collector guys look into it but it was a hassle to get
        it ever signed back into my name, and they were never able to make
        anything happen on it... Waste of time basically - but I know the
        owner of the company is still there, I know the company is still
        running (maybe under the Hertz Rent-a-Car franchise now is the last
        rumor I heard about it) etc etc...

        I wonder - it's been so long now - I wonder if there is any hope left
        to ever collect on the judgment? Well - I'm not too excited about
        the idea of signing the judgment over to someone else again to
        collect because it was such a hassle getting the paperwork to sign it
        back over but the judgment is over $10K now with interest and such -
        is there anyone that might be interested out there for that amount to
        take a look into it?

        This is a southern CA area judgment - LA area FYI. If someone might
        be interested - let me know and I can give much more detailed
        information - this was just a quick 'here's the situation' post...

        Thanks.





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