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Do I need an attorney in small claims court? I've been sued over a tree job I did for a lady. She says she deserves a refund because we didn't remove all the debris. We (my business partner and I) say that we never told her we would remove the debris, only put it out by the road for the regular trash pickup.
by Tracy, G.
I need to sue my ex roommate for some money. Its only 2000 dollars so its not a lot of money. I was wondering if you could help me find the forms I would need in small claims court in Putnam County Florida? Also do you know where they are downloadable possibly for free and in fillable form?
Small Claims Discovery
I filed a suit in Small Claims Court for payment of medical services under s PIP policy. The Defendant insurance company's attorney responded with 34 pages of discovery questions inquiring about family history, my educational and work background, and numerous other items not related to the case. Is there a way I can legally not answer these questions?
Filing small claims against Tire Kingdom
Lack of enough oil the tech put into my van caused engine to die. Should the local Tire Kingdom be the Defendant or go to the HQ? If the HQ is in another city, do i file in SRQ or that other city?
If I can not afford to pay to file this law suit, is there a form to file to ask for the cost to be waived? Where to find/print this file?
Palm Beach County Civil Court Small Claims filing a subpoena duces tecum
I am suing a corporation in small claims court in Palm Beach County, Florida, and I believe that I need to file a subpoena duces tecum and am unsure how to go about doing this for my court case. I want to be able to get information for my court hearing concerning the names of some of the employees who worked for the corporation that I am suing and consequently damaged my vehicle in the course of doing so. The problem is that some of these individuals I only know by "first name" and as you know you cannot subpoena someone to testify and have them properly served by the court if you do not even know their full name. I cannot get this information from the company itself as they do not want to assist me in my case against them.
Can I, With a Limited POA, represent plaintiffs in a small claims trial?
I have a Limited POA to represent the plaintiffs in a small claims complaint in Collier County, Florida. Today, neither plaintiffs or defendants could reach resolution so the Judge is scheduling a trial date; can I continue to represent plaintiffs in this trial or do they need to appear, in person, at trial?